Lenny Kravitz’s Wild Gym Style: Rocking Leather Pants for a Workout

Last Updated: June 13, 2024By

Lenny Kravitz’s Wild Gym Style: Rocking Leather Pants for a Workout

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Alright, picture this: you’re at the gym, probably half-asleep and chugging down a protein shake. You see folks in their usual tight leggings and muscle-baring tops. Pretty standard, right? But then, boom, there’s Lenny Kravitz, and he’s flipping the script on gym fashion.

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This week, the American singer shook up Instagram by posting a workout video. Not just any workout video, though. He was on a decline bench press, pushing up some seriously heavy barbells. His trainer was holding onto his legs for dear life. But it wasn’t his workout routine that caught everyone’s attention – it was his outfit.

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Imagine this: black leather pants, a see-through vest, black Cuban heeled boots, and oversized blackout sunglasses. Yep, you read that right. Lenny Kravitz decided to hit the gym looking like a rockstar straight out of a concert. And the internet? It went wild.

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One user quipped, “Ain’t got no workout clothes?” Even Wiz Khalifa jumped in, saying, “Damn bro, I need better gym fits.”

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Lenny Kravitz has always been a fashion icon. He’s 59 years old but rocks a 70s-inspired look like no one else – tight leather pants and even tighter T-shirts are his go-to. But seeing him in that outfit at the gym? That was a first. Then again, would it have been even more surprising to see him in sweatpants? One fan nailed it: “My man never breaks character. Full-time rockstar.”

Lenny isn’t the only one who’s ditched traditional gym wear. Remember when Boris Johnson, the former prime minister, was spotted jogging in a crisp white shirt and polished shoes? Or the time he wore swimming trunks for a jog? And then there’s Richard E Grant, the actor who loves running around Richmond Park in his funky patterned shirts and sweaters. He once explained, “Love cotton and loathe Lycra, hence a collared shirt for when it’s nippy on this ol’ giraffe’s long neck.”

Under Grant’s Instagram posts, people often share stories about their own quirky gym attire. Family and friends skiing in ironed Oxford shirts or lunging in formal trousers – it’s definitely a trend among the older generation. You know, the same folks who think drinking eight glasses of water a day is a myth.

Some people wonder if Grant and his ilk are onto something. Maybe the secret to working out isn’t about tight, moisture-wicking gear. Maybe it’s about wearing whatever makes you feel good. Take Cliff Young, a 61-year-old farmer who won a 875km ultramarathon in 1983 wearing overalls and gumboots. Or Juris Silenieks, who won a half marathon in Atlanta in 2016 wearing brown dress shoes. And let’s not forget those 1920s Good Housekeeping illustrations of women doing push-ups in pajamas. Back then, “gym suits” were long-sleeved blouses with sailor collars and pleated shorts over tights.

Sure, Grant’s cotton shirts won’t keep you as dry as synthetic fabrics, but they’ll keep you cool. If you’re thinking about trying Kravitz’s leather pants, though, be ready for the challenge of peeling them off after a sweaty session.

So, what’s the takeaway here? Maybe the best workout gear isn’t about what’s trendy but about what makes you feel like your best self. Whether that’s leather pants, a collared shirt, or even pajamas, the key is to stay true to you – and maybe have a little fun along the way.

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