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You wouldn’t go fishing in a cocktail dress. You wouldn’t paint your house in a tuxedo. And you wouldn’t go to the prom wearing your sweats. Different activities demand different styles of clothing. And to be at your best when doing yoga, at football practice, playing baseball, or just around town, you need the perfect accessories. Not all headbands are created equal and it just makes sense to pick a headband that matches your activity. Here’s the lowdown on picking the right headband.   A Hot Sweaty Mess All workouts can be physically demanding, but not all workouts put the...

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Sweatbands have an interesting history in our culture. First invented by tennis player Fred Perry in the 1930s, they were largely just a tennis accessory for quite some time. It wasn’t until the 70s and 80s that their functionality really started to blossom. Around that time, tennis players like Björn Borg, Jimmy Connors, and John McEnroe were making tennis players famous on TV. Headbands became not just useful for athletics, but trendy and stylish. By the 90s that style was obsolete, and headbands faltered some in our culture. But new materials make headbands more useful and better looking than ever and...

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Many moments from movies have become iconic parts of our culture. You can simply reference a scene and everyone instantly knows what you are talking about and what you mean by referencing it. Movies are woven into our lives in such a way that we would feel almost crippled without them. Many of these iconic moments involve working out or playing and require sweatbands. Here are some of the more iconic moments featuring sweatbands in movies.   The Cable Guy Plays Basketball Jim Carey’s performance in The Cable Guy is one of those comedic turns that helps define a genre....

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The life of a celebrity looks incredibly glamorous. They have fame, wealth, and popularity that most of us could only dream of. But most TV stars have to work hard to achieve their fame. And working hard also includes working out. Here are some of your favorite TV stars who wear sweatbands and make it look good.   Kaley Cuoco One of the hit stars of the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory, Kaley Cuoco is a household name. Since 2007 she has played the girl next door for America’s most loveable nerds as Penny Hofstadter. Before playing Penny, Cuoco...

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One of the most unique forms of entertainment ever created, wrestling has captivated millions of people for decades. When haters say wrestling isn’t a sport, they’re missing the point. Wrestling is more than a sport, it’s sports with a storyline. The costumes, the wild personas, the stories, the heroes and villains all combine to create something that is both physically demanding as well as intricately scripted. No matter who your favorite wrestler is, you probably remember their nemesis, their character, and their costume. Here’s a look at some of the most memorable wrestlers who incorporated sweatbands into their unique look....

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