10 Very Awful '80s Workout-Leotard Photos

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The '80s, man. People thought the '70s were pretty bad when it came to fashion, but the '80s tried everything possible to be even worse.

Especially in the realm of women's workout gear. In case you've forgotten, here are ten reminders from the weird, wonderful Tumblr page of Retrospace.

10. Stop staring at me!!
Yeah, the "crotch in your face" angle is strange, but it's the very weird eyes that go the extra mile in creeping you out.

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9. This goes here, then over there, then through the loop...
The instructions on how to put this thing on seem so complex it would hardly be worth the effort just to do curls with six-ounce weights.

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8. Underarms are sexy
Whether you're a "cover girl" or "panther," you seem highly frightened by your surroundings and a little too preoccupied with your underarms.

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7. Who's got the bigger bulge?

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9 comments
Chgogal
Chgogal

Ewwww I remember the leotard workout outfits.  Thes 80's was a tacky era.

Thursday Girl
Thursday Girl

Number 9 looks suspiciously like Markie Post (of "Night Court" fame).

Dale P.
Dale P.

I hate to be this guy, but #4 is Cheryl LADD, not Tiegs.

Dustin Kalman
Dustin Kalman

I'm suprised there were no Craig Hlavaty leotard pictures. I'm also happy that there were no Craig Hlavaty leotard pictures.

Tomcelica84
Tomcelica84

2 & 5 seem more like opening porn scenes than any kind of workout scenario.

Sam
Sam

I see I'm not the only one who thought that was Markie Post.  When I watched Night Court, there was a reason her last name was "post."

Bree Daniels
Bree Daniels

Same diff, rite?ALL of these pics get me hot. and #3's belt, btw, is a signal to a certain community that she is "leg warmer friendly."

Fatty FatBastard
Fatty FatBastard

There's no "if" about it.  That is definitely Markie Post.  And before Night Court she was in Fall Guy.

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