Mode teamed up with Casey Ho of Blogilates to show off what 100 years of workout wear looks like. These are not your mama's spandex running shorts. View this video on YouTube youtube.com Could you even imagine trying to get your fitness on in a wool skirt and long blouse? IMPOSSIBLE. youtube.com Wow, the 1910s must have sucked for working out. At least by the 1920s, women were able to work out in pants, a vast improvement over heavy skirts. youtube.com Workouts took their cues from acrobats and weightlifters. In the '30s, women wore one-piece jumpsuits, and the emphasis was on slimming exercises. youtube.com Advertisement By the '40s, cute short sets were introduced, and women were riding stationary bikes to get their exercise in. youtube.com The '50s was all about culottes and weightlifting, which in retrospect? Seems like a weird combo, yes? youtube.com In the '60s women wore shorts or mini dresses and worked out on slide boards or with resistance machines. youtube.com Leotards came into fashion in the '70s, along with JAZZERCISE. youtube.com OMG Jazzercise. Advertisement The '80s kicked our fitness obsession into high gear, with leotards being paired with sweats and hightops. How do you like your aerobics? youtube.com Maybe you (or your mom) owned something like this in the '90s? youtube.com Sassy AF! The 2000s was all about the yoga pant. youtube.com And now? Well, it's a little bit of everything. youtube.com Watch the whole "100 Years of Workout Style" video to get the scoop on everything women wore. View this video on YouTube youtube.com Share On facebook Share On facebook Share On vk Share On vk Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On lineapp Share On lineapp Share On twitter Share On twitter Share On email Share On email Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On link Share On link Share On copy Share On copy Omg It's Prime Day!