I have no intention of posting a photo of myself in my outfit or my game face (which I'm not sure what it would even be). It's a mixture of lack of confidence and the fact that my outfit is just a sports bra and shorts. Sometimes I workout only in a sports bra and underwear... because I roll out of bed, onto the floor and straight into my burpees.
Perhaps it's an image insecurity. When I look at myself, I don't see anything but clothes on a body that's perfect in the morning and degrades at night (#morningabs). But to be honest, my body has come a long way since. Prior to this #fitlife, I spent most of my time covering myself, refusing to look or think about it. One and a half years later, my perspective has changed.
I'm work in progress.
Sure it's slow progress, but none the less, I'm miles ahead in terms of health and confidence. Hell, I actually prefer to walk around naked these days.
It's not about the outfit. The outfit is just a plus, decoration on an already great platform. A brand new, cute outfit might motivate you to work out more for the first day or two, but it's not going to give you abs and a butt lift. If anything, an outfit that makes you look better is just an excuse to stay comfortable.
All you really need is to make sure you have enough outfits to rotate through if you're increasing your workout. I still remember the horror of having only one pair of yoga pants and trying to go to Bikram yoga every other day... Let's just say... Salt patterns. Sweaty, white patterns.
In all honesty, my go-to fitness outfit is whatever is best suitable for tackling moments like this: