You can’t swing a kettlebell these days without hitting an ad for “toning clothing” – fancy workout duds that claim to activate more muscles, burn extra calories, improve posture and make you look better while doing it. Sounds great, right? Who wouldn’t want a workout in their underwear?? (I can’t even keep a straight face typing that.) But the (multi)million dollar question for this burgeoning industry is: Do they work? While the toning shoes have been thoroughly discredited
– not only do they not work your muscles but they also put you at a higher risk of injury- you might be surprised by what I discovered about the clothing.