You may not be ready to join an Olympic team, but we do think you’ll find your run much more enjoyable and successful when you’ve got shorts that have the right length inseam, that are sweat resistant, and that have a comfortable fit. A built-in liner is an added bonus that promises more support, and we are game for that. So, when you’re ready to put yourself to the ultimate challenge, you want to have the right running shorts to help you get there. Here are a few other notes that can help you find the pair you’ve been looking for.
Comfortable Inseam Length
UPF 30 shields your skin from harsh UV rays. Under Armour
When you’re headed to the gym for a lifting session, the length of your short’s inseam should be longer. You need to be able to move laterally and a longer length will help keep you covered. When it comes to running, a shorter inseam is what you want. The inseam for a pair of men’s running shorts should be long enough to comfortably cover you, but short enough so that your linear movements are easier. However, it boils down to personal preference and what you feel most comfortable in when you’re burning those calories.
Ventilated sides offer breathability during intense workouts. Real Essentials
It is inevitable that you are going to sweat when you run; there is no avoiding the inevitable sweat. But that shouldn’t stop you from getting out there and putting the pedal to the concrete metal. Grab a pair of men’s running shorts made of sweat-resistant material that helps wick sweat that comes your way and dries quickly when sweat sneaks through. This type of material comes with another benefit: it is breathable which means more comfort for you.
For Home or on the Track
These are soft and roomy enough to lounge in on your off-days, too. Amazon
Running is one of the most uncomfortable workouts that exists. That’s why it’s so important for you to feel as comfortable as you can with your running gear—from your head down your toes. The right shoes are important, but so are the right fitting shorts. You want them to be loose enough so that you can move, but not too loose to where you’re pulling them up every 10 seconds. A comfortable fit is different for everyone, so try out a few different styles to see which one feels right for you.