On the mornings we make it to the gym, we typically roll out of bed and jog straight there - we'd never make it otherwise, and anyway, we don't care what we look like on the treadmill. But apparently, some girls do. Their workout clothes always match, whether they're in head-to-toe American Apparel or matching Stella McCartney for Adidas gear. Their ponytails don't move because there's Aqua Net in their locker room, plus a Lauren Conrad headband from Chanel on their head. And the best part is, they actually wear make-up - freshly applied lip gloss and mascara that's waterproof and three layers thick. We assume these are the same girls we see on the street who make us think, "Wow, they're SO put together." But what's the point of looking pretty at pilates? Do the boys make them do it? Or will they work harder in hip hop class if they actually look like they could be in the video? Maybe they're just insecure - or smart enough to realize they could end up on YouTube at any time. But please, someone, explain.
On the mornings we make it to the gym, we typically roll out of bed and jog straight there - we'd never make it otherwise, and anyway, we don't care w