You can tell a lot about a person by his or her workout gear. Some people's gym clothes seem worn to hide the body -- baggy sweats, oversized, long-sleeved T. I've seen people wearing what looks like regular work clothes on the treadmill. Like maybe they couldn't change before they came to the gym? Maybe they didn't want to? And then there are the people who go all out with the sexy -- butt-hugging Spandex shorts, cropped bust-hugging Spandex half-tops. Not to mention full-makeup, hair, and earrings. But I don't think I've ever seen anyone sexy up her workout quite as much as Courtney Stodden. You have to take a gander at her workout outfit. Tell me your jaw doesn't drop. You're lying.
This is what Courtney wore when she supposedly went jogging with her much (MUCH) older husband, Doug Hutchison. But how does anyone -- especially anyone with quadruple D boobs -- manage to jog with that bikini top? There's absolutely nothing to hold it up. Not to mention the hair -- how do you work up a sweat with your hair all down like that?
Courtney's abs look great -- and obviously she wanted everyone to know this. But the whole "I'm going to show off my abs while I work out" thing is a bit much if you ask me. On the one hand, it might spur you on to work harder if you're staring at your own abs in the mirror. On the other, working out usually means moving around in ways that crunch your abs all up into some fat rolls, and I don't want to show that off. And, really, are you here to work out or to get picked up?
But back to Courtney -- I can't imagine what it's like feeling like you have to look sexy all the time. This chick wears a miniskirt, bra, and stilettos to take a crap. Drag queen makeup to bed. How much pressure is that? I don't get it.
But Courtney must have known that regular workout gear wasn't going to get the paparazzi too excited. Girlfriend knows what she's doing. Even if the rest of us don't.
Do you dress sexy to work out?
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