Jay Michael Head
New Book “Cathy Lang’s Wardrobe Workouts: Bye Bye Bra Fat” Offers New Approach to Fitness Women can Relate to
Cathy Lang, a fitness trainer who teaches how to tailor a workout according to desired wardrobe, has recently identified the five categories of clothing in a woman’s closet based on 14 years of feedback from her female personal training clients.
According to Lang, there are five categories of clothing that women must chose from, often with frustration, every time they open their closet, including:
For over a decade, Cathy Lang has taught women how to customize their workout for the variety of styles each woman wants to wear. Recently, the former trainer of NFL and NBA athletes brought this straight-forward, highly individualized and personally relevant fashion-based approach to fitness to the masses in her book, Cathy Lang’s Wardrobe Workouts: Bye Bye Bra Fat (Nightengale Press, 2004).
“I understand why women workout because I too think about workouts in terms of what I want to wear, and this book can help you look and feel your best in any style, whether an open back dress or low-rise jeans,” explained Lang. “You choose the garment, this book will show you the exercises to look better in it.”
Cathy Lang’s Wardrobe Workouts addresses the need for both variety and customization to individual need. Spiral bound to stay open at the gym and split horizontally, the book is formatted in such a way to mix and match outfits and the associated exercises to look better in them. It is available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, borders.com or through request at your local bookstore.