Descubre la tendencia Activewear de la mano de @MiriamAlbero. Déjate inspirar por la elección de su look en Las Rozas Village y conoce a fondo a esta gurú del wellness en la entrevista que hemos preparado.
Thinking of Miriam is thinking of Activewear. Author of the book "Be real, no perfect" published in 2015, she is a nutritional coach and student of sport nutrition. Everyday training is what makes her happy, so she combines a sportive style with sophisticated garments to achive comfortable looks 100% trendy.
To me, it menas coexistance between physical and mental health. Reaching that body-mind harmony through natural alimentation and spo
Personally, it brings me energy, makes me happier and offers me the possibility of seeing the world from a more honest perspective.
I implemented it progressively: consciousness, curiosity, learning and knowledge. These tools have much to do with how we live and how we want to live. It's not something you decide from day to day and changes forever. It's about little adjustments in our habits, improvements and decisions we take.
Self-assurance, optimism and perseverance.
Hydratation, amusement and rest.
Totally. I like to wear comfortably.
Athleisure - Casual, without the chic.
Each person is different, physical activity should be a priority, as long as it's possible. If you have a sedentary lifestyle, perhaps you should think on finding more time. If your work requires physical activity, just look an activity that adapts to it.
Both are very complete disciplines, not very aggressive and invite to do an introspective labor, which focuses on finding synergies of our interior and exterior selves.
It's something progressive that you discover little by little. I started about 7 years ago.
Prepare a look and once you have it, change one garment for another you would carry in your gym bag. Sneakers instead of shoes, white socks instead of pinkies, or a sportive top under your bomber.
Oversize t-shirt and leggings.
Yeah, it is was a complete madness because of so many options, but I believe all of them are pretty fun.
Combining. Equilibrium is always the key.
All of them have something common: I can be myself.