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After chugging a glass of raw eggs, the model breaks a sweat in a gray adidas outfit and sweatband while throwing punches, attempting one-armed push-ups, and jumping rope.
In the behind-the-scenes shot, shared by the film's director, Bryan Jay Singer (X-Men), Malek takes the stage (shirtless) as the music icon in red leather pants, knee pads, a wrist sweatband, and Nike sneakers.
In the lobby, find climbing magazines and adventure guidebooks, plus a pocket store that sells such essentials as chalk bags, sweatbands and Beta balm.
Abbi’s Soulstice uniform can be made from an exercise top and leggings with a matching sweatband.
Wearing dark pants, a T-shirt and a sweatband in his hair, Mayer played against an ever-changing backdrop with pictures of trees, the inside of a barn or a kaleidoscopic version of his face.
The crew-length version of the sock became popular on the basketball court as stars like Dr. J, Walt Frazier, and Wilt Chamberlain played in them — Chamberlain, by the way, made sweatbands hot with the masses, too.
Players tie one around their heads to use as sweatbands.
But Clippers center DeAndre Jordan reportedly skirted that ban this past season, wearing WHOOP on his wrist beneath a black sweatband in a February game against the Knicks.
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