A new study published in the journal Science suggests that the pants you wear for work might be the ones that don’t work for your daily life.
“The results support the idea that wearing a skirt that’s a bit too high is probably not going to make a huge difference for your physical performance,” lead author Andrea F. Rizzo of the University of Pittsburgh tells The Verge.
“But if you do wear it, it’s better to put it in a pocket or something like that.”
It’s the same reason you wear the pants in the office — if you have a good balance between height and width, you’ll be able to fit them on your body without getting too high or low.
“There’s some evidence that people can do a better job of balancing the amount of fabric on their legs,” Rizzom tells The Washington Post.
“If you wear pants that are a little bit too big or too small, the fabric just kind of falls apart.”
Rizzoc’s study focused on two types of pants, with the second, the more comfortable and less restrictive, being the best choice.
Rizoc found that women who wore skirts that were a bit higher on their thighs and hips were able to achieve the most athletic results, while those who wore pants that were more low on their hips and legs had the least.
The research found that the skirts had the greatest impact on women’s legs because they kept their leg muscles loose, while the pants did not.
Women who wear the skirts also reported having less pain when they moved their legs.
“I don’t think that skirts are the only thing that is affecting your body,” Rizom tells us.
“We’ve also found that when you are standing in a gym, you get the most out of skirts.
It helps you stay more upright.
I think that’s the best reason to wear a skirt.”
We’ve been wearing skirts for a few years now, and they’re definitely a staple of our daily wear.
We’ve always liked them because they’re short and flatter, and since they can also be worn with shorts, they’re perfect for working out in the gym.
We’re happy to report that they are also great for when you’re trying to feel sexy and athletic, or for when your legs feel like they’re constantly giving out.
Razzoc is a professor of kinesiology at the University College London and a senior researcher in the Sports Science and Exercise department.
In the paper, she explains how the skirt is a good way to “build” the lower body for the day, because the skirt provides a natural way to maintain the correct shape for the lower legs.
For the researchers, the skirt also helps the legs relax during exercise, so they’re able to feel the stretch.
The researchers did this study with more than 1,400 women in a number of different environments, including working out at a gym or on a treadmill.
For each woman, the researchers collected data on how often they went to the gym and how many times they exercised.
For both types of skirts, the higher they were, the better the participants felt about wearing them, according to Rizzos study.
In other words, women who had more of a stretchy skirt were less likely to want to wear them at all.
“Women’s legs are a lot more mobile,” Razzo tells The Daily Beast.
“And it’s a little more difficult to maintain a tight fit when you have less skin and are walking on your toes a lot.”
The researchers then divided the women into two groups.
The women in the “high” group used a skirt with a shorter hem and a more stretchy fabric.
The “low” group wore skirts with a skirt higher on the thigh and lower on the hips.
In addition to the results of the study, the scientists found that both groups had lower levels of pain when standing up, walking, or exercising.
Razoc notes that her research was done at a time when skirts were starting to gain popularity in the fitness community, and this could be why they work so well.
“For me, I always felt like the skirt has to be tight, because if you wear a little loose it looks really weird,” Razos says.
“When it’s loose, it looks kind of casual, and that kind of comes across.
And I just think if you look at a lot of people wearing them and they feel weird about it, you might want to think about getting a new skirt.”