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Five Ways To Sweat It Out On National Orange Day

By Fitfulfocus @fitfulfocus
Five Ways To Sweat It Out On National Orange Day

Orange is my favorite color. It's bright and fun, and it's also Syracuse University's (my alma mater) school color. When I found out today was National Orange Day (in honor of Syracuse's founding date), I knew I had to put together a fun little orange-themed post.

I did a little online shopping and picked out some of my favorite fit & fashionable pieces that come in, you guessed it, ORANGE! Check out my favorite ways you can sweat it out, orange-style:

Five Ways To Sweat It Out On National Orange Day

I have about 500 quite a few Syracuse Hats, but here's a classic in honor of the good ol' Orange. Put this baby on during your outdoor workouts to protect your face and eyes from the spring sun.

I love the back of this Athleta Tank. It's bright and loud but still sleek and fashionable. I'd be doing all my outdoor runs in this mamajamma since all the cars would be sure to see me in the dark morning hours (thanks, daylight savings).

How fun are these? I totally want to rock these colorful leggings at a yoga class. OOOOMMMMMMM look-how-awesome-my-leggings-areOOOOMMMMMMM.

Get in some low-intensity steady state exercise with these super comfy kicks. A nice walk with your dog, perhaps?

After a good sweat sesh, hit up this orange foam roller. It'll hurt your muscles so good, but you won't be able to help but smile at the color.

I'm not suggesting you wear/use all of these things at once, but hey, I'm not saying you should either. Whatever floats your orange boat!

Now off you go to wear some orange and join the Fit & Fashionable Friday Link Up (full rules here). Be sure to wish Syracuse "happy birthday" while you're at it!

Five Ways To Sweat It Out On National Orange Day

Let's Chat:
How will you celebrate National Orange Day?
What's your alma mater?

Five Ways To Sweat It Out On National Orange Day

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