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August 12, 2018

As the Australian sun begins to make a reappearance after a chilly Winter, it’s the perfect time to give your exercise habits a bit of a revamp. Forget Spring cleaning your house, Spring clean your workout!

  1. Now that it’s a little lighter outside, make the most of outdoor running tracks and cycling paths again. Don’t be too worried if it’s still a little cool outdoors; you will soon warm up. Nothing beats being out in the fresh air and feeling your body work to get stronger and stronger.
    Tip: Be sure to use a good SPF as well as a hat and sunglasses. Even on an overcast day you will still be susceptible to UV rays.
  2. How’s your mental clarity after the hibernation months? Shaking off the dust after a long, cold Winter can be a bit of a challenge but trust us when we say that exercise is the perfect solution to get you feeling sharp! Starting off with some stretching or walking is a good way to start off. Slow and steady wins the race.

You can also look into Yoga or Pilates with a relaxing meditation as the conclusion. In addition, there is a trend at the moment towards mindful movement classes designed to be used in conjunction with your more intense exercise regime. These give you some much needed space to take time out for just for you.

  1. Got a return on your tax this year? Go girlfriend! Invest in your health and use the extra coin to join a class, gym or studio. As the experts say, the best routine to commit to is one you are going to actually do. Lots of gyms now offer free trials or complimentary classes so try out a few and see which ones you enjoy.
    If getting out and about is not your thing then consider buying a quality piece of exercise equipment to use at home. Hand weights or a simple skipping rope can sometimes be all you need to get started.
  2. Spring clean your schedule. What areas of your life are feeling out of balance? Too much work? Not enough reliable child care options? Zero time to yourself? Admitting that there is a problem is the first step to solving it so get real and get honest about how you are spending your time. Then it’s time to look at how your perfect week would look. Bridge that gap by actioning those things that have been on your to-do list all year. Not only will your days be more enjoyable, you will feel a sense of accomplishment when you make positive choices.

Tip: There are app blocking apps (the irony!) to help you curb your online activity. Scrolling social media can take away valuable time from things you really enjoy.

  1. While we’re Spring cleaning, take a look in your wardrobe and do an audit on your workout gear. Anything that doesn’t fit, is uncomfortable or makes you feel anything less than amazing needs to go! Donate it, bin it, reuse it as rags to wash your ride-whatever you do just get it out of your brain space and bedroom and fill the void with some fabulous fresh pieces.
    Get professionally fitted for a pair of trainers while you are at it. Pregnancy can change the shape and size of your feet (sometimes permanently) so it’s important to make sure your shoes are the perfect fit.

Now it’s time to throw your hair into a bun and turn up your favourite tunes. The sun is out, what are you waiting for?

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Sizing Chart

General Guideline Measurements

Maze Activewear Size XS S M L  XL 2XL
AU/NZ/UK 8 10 12 14 16 18
USA 4 6 8 10 12 14
EU 34 36 38 42 44 46

Bra Measurements

 Bra Measurements XS S M L  XL 2XL








Bust 72 76 80 84 88 92
Cup Size A-B B-D DD - E E - F F - G G - H

High Impact Bra Measurements

Step 1 Body Size

First step is to determine your body size. To do this, obtain your ‘under bust’ figure and use this figure to find your corresponding body size, based on the table below. 

Note: Make sure you take your measurements whilst wearing a suitable bra, and with no outer garments. If you are in between sizes, we suggest you opt for the smaller size.

Step 2 Cup Size

Second step is to determine your cup size. To do this, obtain your ‘bust' figure by placing the tape around the fullest part of your bust. Then use this figure, coupled with your body size, to determine your cup size - based on the table below. For example, if your ‘bust' is 96 cm, and your body size is 12, you will fall within the 95-97 cm ‘bust' range, for size 12, in the table below. Therefore, your corresponding cup size will be Cup DD.

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If you find that your cup size doesn't correspond with your body size, go down to the next body size.

Under Bust 67 -72 72 -77
77 - 82
82 - 87
Cup D  88-90
Cup DD  90-92  95-97
Cup E  92-94  97-99  102-104
Cup F  99-101  104-106  109-111
Cup G  106-108  111-113
Cup H  113-115

Tights Measurement

 Tights Measurements XS S M L  XL
Size 8 10 12 14 16
Waist 62 64 68 72 76
Hip 66 70 74 78 82
length 101 102 103 104 105