The 80s were all about sweatbands, leg warmers, and spandex so tight that it was essentially a second skin. There was this intense workout craze that exploded in popularity, and all of our moms were watching videos or listening to records in the living rooms doing leg lifts and step kicks to some upbeat music.
We all remember it, whether we were kids watching our moms or actually the ones doing them ourselves, those 80s workout videos and records were absolutely iconic. If you lived through it, you remember exactly what it was really like.
1. You needed the perfect leotard, preferably one that was so shiny that it was almost reflective
You want to get a full workout, but it's ideal if no one has to watch you struggle. The best solution is to make yourself so reflective that no one can stand to look at you! Problem solved!
2. You need the tightest spandex leggings or snuggest tights to go under the leotard, the colors can range from just slightly off of your skin color to any florescent shade imaginable
It doesn't matter what color they are, as long as they are tight and keep your skin from breathing while you sweat buckets while stepping up and down.
3. Make sure you are wearing a belt because they are a high-value item
Because what you want when you are running around is to have something pressing on you tightly. I mean, you wouldn't want that leotard to fall down right?
4. Your ankles might get cold, so you need to get yourself a pair of legwarmers, ideally ones that match a part of your outfit in some way
If you were really stylish you probably had a pair of legwarmers for every day of the week, in every color imaginable!