A lot of yoga outfits are getting a lot of love.
Some are even starting to make a comeback as fashionable accessories.
The new season of the popular yoga series “Yoga with Friends” features some of the most fashionable yoga outfits.
But some people are taking a more traditional approach.
A new report from The Washington Post found that most yoga-clad women don’t seem to be as confident in their poses as they used to be.
In fact, they’re still wearing a lot more yoga gear than ever before, according to a study of more than 6,500 women.
That trend is most evident in the study of women who attended yoga classes at least once a week.
Most of them didn’t wear yoga pants or yoga tights for their classes, according the study.
Instead, they wore tight-fitting yoga shorts, yoga pants and tights.
And they still weren’t as confident about their poses.
“They’re wearing less of their yoga gear and more of their clothing,” said Dr. Jennifer Janssen, a yoga instructor and associate professor at the University of Maryland.
She said the yoga apparel trends are more about fashion than about the poses.
The study was conducted by researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Center for Health Statistics.
The researchers also found that women were wearing more yoga attire for class, even though they were less likely to be in a yoga class.
More than one in five women surveyed in the survey reported that they were in a class more than once a month, compared to one in six in 2013.
The survey also found women were much more likely to wear yoga gear during classes.
For women in the 40s and 50s, for example, they were three times as likely to report attending a yoga session more than a week a year.
And for women in their 60s and 70s, they reported attending yoga more than twice a year for at least one session.
Women also tended to wear less yoga pants in the latest survey.
For example, women in this age group were more likely than women in older age groups to wear a tight-fit yoga shirt, jeans or yoga shorts.
But the trend was reversed for women who were in their 20s or 30s.
For both the older and younger age groups, yoga gear was more likely if they were wearing tight-fitted yoga pants, yoga shorts or a yoga vest.
This trend, Jansson said, is probably a result of women choosing more yoga classes.
“It’s more about what they want to wear and what they like to wear,” she said.
“A lot of people think that it’s the right thing to wear.”
Still, the survey also revealed that women in many yoga classes are still wearing yoga pants.
That means the trend is not likely to change anytime soon.
The CDC has launched a new online survey to help determine if yoga clothing is a good fit for a yoga teacher.
You can learn more about the study, which is part of the National Yoga Fitness Survey, here.
The report was conducted in 2017 and included interviews with nearly 6,000 women.
Jansnessen said yoga gear isn’t necessarily an indicator of fitness.
“I don’t think it’s a fitness product, so I don’t really think that you should look at it as that,” she added.
“But I do think that people should look into their own fitness and their own clothing to make sure that they’re actually being fit.”