Drops of sweat and messy hair are the physical representation of a strong workout. But even so, we want to show you how to do it with more style. How about learning gym hairstyles?
Not only can your body look amazing after many hours of effort, but we can make every minute you dedicate in the gym to slay and capture looks.
Scroll down to look at each of our proposals of gym hairstyles that you could adjust according to the length or type of hair. We have included a tutorial too so we hope you can get the most out of the benefits!
TWO MESSY BUNS
For a light training session like shoulders, that does not require so many movements of the whole body, you can use this hairstyle that keeps your neck free of hair.
Quite popular for being so useful, you got the boxer braids. They tie all the hair to your head, preventing wicks from clogging when you least need them.
And if you need to learn how to do them, we leave you with this tutorial of a variation of this type of braids that lets you glimpse a little more the natural shape of your hair. You can keep the hairstyle as semi boxer braids or braid it to the end. Learn how to do it!
For girls who practice heavier sports such as crossfit, this option is yours. The long hair is harder to keep in place at the time of a workout, so it is better that you braid every possible part.
BASIC LOW TAIL
Tie your hair in this way will always be practical but try not to adjust the hair to your skull and use a tail that does not tighten much because this way you will avoid all the hair getting wet by sweat. So when you release it and take a breath it will be easy to dry.
FRENCH FISHTAIL BUN
The end of this type of braids in people who have short hair looks ugly. We recommend that you finish it with a bun.
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Let’s avoid the simple tail! Practice some kind of simple braid at the beginning and then tie it. The intention is just to put a little volume at the beginning and make a difference.
TWO BRAIDS INTO A BUN
If the case is that it bothers you the end of the braids or you want to avoid that it is sweat, tie it very simple. It will be easier for you if you keep that braided part and do not release it.
This is the most classic way to tie your hair for a workout that requires a lot of movement. It is one of the hairstyles that you can not stop doing on days when you are short of time to get ready.
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I didn’t have as much time in the gym today as usual but I made the most of it – I went lighter on weight AND on rep volume to make sure I could crank out supersets that could get a good pump and muscle burn. And it was a great session! . Plus my bun made me feel like a gym ballerina 😂 💃 🎀
DOUBLE DUTCH INTO ONE BRAID
If you want to get more creative and learn more to manage your hair you can try to section it more than twice and get this hairstyle.