Karlie Kloss Models Nike Women’s Training Apparel

More than revolutionizing footwear for male athletes, Nike also continuously seeks ways on how to address the female athlete’s needs.  “At Nike, we have a zero-compromise philosophy,” says Julie Igarashi, Vice President of Global Design for Nike Women’s Training. “The female athlete shouldn’t have to choose between looking good and working out.”

This thought permeates women’s training and running apparel design. Every detail is considered, from athlete insights and scientific data to materials and colors. “We believe that when a female athlete feels like she looks great, she’ll perform even better,” says Kim Kovel, the Nike Women’s Training Color Design Lead.

Just like numerous women around the globe, Karlie Kloss gives importance to having the right apparel to maximize every workout most especially when she gets to train with Nike Training Club Master Trainers. Kloss learned the importance of movement and strength from classical ballet training in her youth. She still uses ballet to keep her body healthy and strong, but now complements that with regular yoga, running and Nike Training Club workouts.

 “I love different strengthening exercises and intense workouts such as the ones I’ve done with Nike Training Club Master Trainers,” Kloss says. “I like to switch it up. I think that’s the best way to really challenge your body and become stronger in every way.”

Kloss recently spent a day working out in New York City with Nike Training Club Master Trainer Traci Copeland. While wearing the latest Fall 2014 styles, Kloss engaged in both a studio and High Intensity Training workout. She also went for a run with a pair of local New York run crew members.

Here’s a link to a video clip to how Karlie Kloss trains with her Nike apparel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkkik3wNlNw&feature=youtu.be.

To know more about the Nike Fall 2014 Women’s Apparel Line, please visit http://www.nikeinc.com/from.html

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