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It’s no secret that women in the UK are getting a lot of flack for their fitness-wear choices.
Some have been accused of wearing too many shirts and jeans, or failing to do their own stretches and core exercises.
But the truth is that a lot women aren’t doing anything wrong, according to a new study by UK fitness retailer Skechers.
According to the research, women who look like this are actually doing a lot more exercise and are much more likely to stick to a strict diet.
The study, which involved over 10,000 women aged between 16 and 50, found that the more women had a healthy and balanced diet, the more likely they were to maintain a healthy weight.
The Skechers brand is a “health and fitness brand that inspires people to achieve their fitness goals,” said spokesperson and founder and head of product and marketing, Katie Treadwell.
The brand aims to “give women an affordable, high-quality, affordable product that helps them achieve their health and fitness goals, with all the benefits of that,” she said.
For women who are looking for a more structured fitness plan, the brand has a range of different products in its range.
For example, the Skechers P90 Plus, which is a slimmed down version of the P90 that includes the addition of a breath-holding device, also comes with a yoga mat and a range a yoga poses for women to use while they workout.
The company is currently in a pilot program for women aged 50 and over to try the products.
“Our aim is to make women more aware of the benefits they can have from the Skecher brand and offer a more affordable alternative to traditional fitness products,” Treadweld said.
Skechers’ founder and CEO, Katie Prentice, has previously talked about the need for women in their 20s and 30s to start taking their health seriously.
“Women need to be confident that the quality of their physical and mental health can be protected if they’re doing something healthy,” she told The Huffington Post UK in 2015.
Prentice told the Huffington Post that the brand’s products are aimed at women of all ages, and that the products are more affordable than similar brands in the US.
“We are not selling any expensive fitness products.
We are offering the best quality and most affordable products that will make you feel good about yourself,” she added.
Skeptchers is also targeting the UK’s young people, who tend to be the least active in their lives, according the company.
“Our product line is geared towards a generation that is starting to feel confident enough to go out and exercise and look a bit better,” Prentice said.
While Skechers’ products are geared towards the young, the company’s approach to advertising will hopefully appeal to those who aren’t already following the trend.
“This is a brand that really understands that young people are looking to take on their fitness and they really know how to get that message across,” Pyle said.
The research has been published in the journal Human Relations.