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5 Things You Should Never Do After a Workout

Showing up for that spin class and pushing yourself through tough intervals is the most important aspect of your fitness regimen—but what you do after you sweat can have a major impact on how your body responds to the work you put in.

These Aren't Your Average Animal Print Leggings

Goat Leggings

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If you thought goat yoga was brilliant, these goat yoga leggings will put you over the edge. ($96;

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Shark Leggings

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Just yes. Hammerhead sharks and great whites may be the ultimate animal print ($25;

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Elephant Leggings

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They aren't just elephant leggings. They're elephants-wearing-flower-crowns leggings. ($72;

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Beagle Leggings

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Leggings with beagles practicing their down dog? Sold. Dog lovers will line up to compliment you after class. ($34;

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English Bulldog Leggings

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Name your favorite dog breed, and there's probably a pair of leggings for you. At a lower price point, these still offer moisture wicking and antimicrobial fabric with an adjustable waistline. ($34;

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Flamingo Leggings

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The flamingos create a vibrant color combo that is so on point. Bonus: There's a matching sports bra. ($129;

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Leopard legging

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Will the real cheetah print please stand up? The Serengeti legging is hand-printed with a high waistband ($129;

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Swallow Leggings

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Swallows symbolize affection and love. What could be better when you're saying namaste? The fabric dries fast and regulates moisture, so you can get your sweat on no matter what kind of workout. ($129;

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Lion Leggings

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Maybe it's race day, or maybe you just need a mood boost. These lion leggings will make you feel extra fierce when you need it. ($129;

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Giraffe Leggings

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Look closely and you'll see two giraffes with their heads in the clouds. ($38;

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Cat Leggings

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For all the cat people out there, these funky cat face leggings are purrfect for yoga or just showing off while your run errands. ($51;

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10 Spinning Instructors with Amazing Workout Style

Charlee Atkins, SoulCycle, NYC

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Like many SoulCycle instructors, Charlee is often seen sporting Soul-branded gear, but sometimes she opts for trendy up-and-coming brands like Outdoor Voices. Graffiti is the perfect backdrop for her fun and funky style. (Here, tips from a SoulCycle instructor to take to your next spin class.) 

Photo: Instagram @charleeatkins

Tara Lyn Emerson, Revolution Fitness, Los Angeles

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Red, white, and yes please! Emerson's K-Deer leggings come in tons of vibrant colorways. Check out her account for more super inventive outfits and workout tips too.

Photo: Instagram @wonderwomzen

Robin Arzon, Peloton, NYC

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Robin is a totally badass instructor at Peloton, who gave up her former life as a lawyer to sweat it out on the reg. Pretty much every snap on her account features a new, chic outfit and some serious fitspiration.

Photo: Instagram @robinnyc

Lindsay Bucci, Recyle Studio, Boston

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Neutrals don't have to be boring—just ask Lindsay Bucci of Recycle Studio. This snakeskin plus solid combo is perfectly paired and anything but inconspicuous. (For more fierce patterns, check out these Animal-Print Workout Clothes That Are Anything But Tame.) 

Photo: Instagram/@boochiewallie

Bree Banks, IMAXShift, Brooklyn

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IMAXShift instructor Bree Banks's moto leggings and loose tee outfit is perfect for the gym but also for running errands pretty much any day of the week. Plus, her pastel hair is on point.

Photo: Instagram @breebanks

Shannon Decker, AuraCycle, Los Angeles

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Shannon's page is filled with outfit inspo, and she's always up to something new and active (besides teaching at AuraCycle). We love how she paired a pair of simple black crops with a long sleeved top and way-cool sneaks for a look that's casual but still put together. (Psst: Check out these abs exercises that will help you crush your next spin class.) 

Photo: Instagram @shannon_decker_

Emily Burkhardt, Flywheel Sports, NYC

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Who says activewear is only for working out? Take a cue from Flywheel instructor Emily Burkhardt and sport your workout crop top and printed leggings to a music festival, tailgate, or house party.

Photo: Instagram @thehealthyhustle

Nichelle Hines, Cycle House, Los Angeles

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If anyone can rock short shorts, it's Nichelle. We hear her Cycle House class is tough, so her shirt makes total sense. (Next, see 12 Things All Avid Spinners Will Related To.) 

Photo: Instagram @spingalnichelle

Christine Abramo, Cyc Fitness, NYC

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If you're looking for fun, bright, and creative athleisure outfit ideas, check out Cyc Fitness instructor Chrisine's feed ASAP. There are even more gems like this neutral outfit plus neon kicks combo.

Photo: Instagram @christineabramo

Caitlin Jane Williams, Ride Republic, London

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Take a cue from this fashionable Brit from London's Ride Republic and tie a sweatshirt or long-sleeved top around your waist. It adds a little coverage when you're sweating it out on the bike and you don't have to worry about accidentally leaving it at the studio.

Photo: Instagram @caitlinjanewilliams