Tracy Anderson is famous for getting Madonna, Gwyneth and Nicole in tip-top shape but these days she’s making a name for herself as more than the designer of the ultimate fitness routine. This summer, Tracy has teamed up with Edition 01 to create a capsule collection of workout gear including leggings that are geared towards different body types, much like her tailor-made workout routines. Here’s the skinny on her four different lines: Abcentric whittles the waist with a high waistline and tummy control band, Hipcentric elongates and slims the thighs, Glutcentric gives those blessed with booty the support they need and Omnicentric provides the well-proportioned (or indecisive) with all-over control.
Glutecentric Abcentric Omnicentric Hipcentric
Now, we know they’re easy on the eyes and can enhance your shape, but these pieces clock in at around $125 a pair, so they certainly aren’t lightweight when it comes to your wallet. Of course, you can’t put a price tag on looking and feeling your best but tell us: Do you think this is too high a price to pay for something you’ll be sweating in and ditching come post-workout shower time?
High-tech designer leggings: Would you or wouldn’t you?
I happen to spend a good amount of my time running errands post-work out, so I am on the fence! If these bad boys can really slim down my thighs, I may go for it….
F*#% no! Ridiculous. When will people realize there is no quick fix or bribe for being healthy and fit? It takes hard work and discipline, period.
We think even fit bodies could benefit from these leggings – they’re flattering!
Heck no! Lululemon is a stretch (no pun intended) at $80 – but these are ridic! Tracy Anderson’s name def isn’t powerful enough for me to shell out this kind of dough.
I think I will pass! Interesting idea, but it shifts focus from the inner self to the outer. I think women have enough issue with their bodies and looking and feeling your best certainly doesn’t come from a pair of pants. 🙂
Bought both glutecentric and abcentric. Both differ slightly from the photos. A bit frustrated.
Hey CT – let us know how they look on! We’ve heard good things!