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Ever have those rare moments when you have a great idea — or a million — all at once? It’s always so exhilarating but hard to re-create that when you need it most.

You’ve heard it from me before…the best way to find your inspiration is to drop what you’re doing and go for a run.

You’ve got to get past the initial huffing and puffing (go at your own pace!) and let the endorphins overtake you.

First…get rid of everything in your brain. Just go with the breathing.

Before you know it, you’ll be thinking about something — work, romance, life goals…even just an argument you had with a friend.

Slowly but surely, the run will help you start thinking things out. It’s like you’re elevated to a higher place where you can see things so much more clearly.

Lucky for me, I got to go on one of these clarifying runs decked out in some new Puma Ignite gear. Let me tell you a little about the shirt I’m wearing:

Highly functional materials draw sweat away from your skin while anatomically placed air-flow features offer you superior temperature regulation

Mesh insert for improved air circulation at critical heat zones. Flatlock seams for less friction and higher comfort

The capri tights fit perfeclty and included a convenient storage pocket. Didn’t hurt that made my butt look good! The out overall really fit to by body shape and was true to size.

I’ve been a Puma shoes fan for years and these are my favorite kind to throw on for a short jog…or just a quick trip to the store or something. They’re calling this shoe the “most responsive running shoe ever.” I have no complaints!

This post is sponsored by FitFluential on behalf of PUMA.

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