Richard Simmons is a flamboyant American fitness icon that has helped hundreds of thousands of people lose weight through his unique exercise programs, most notably the Sweatin’ to the Oldies series. After noticing many fitness studios focused on those that were already fit, Simmons opened a gym in Beverly Hills, California called Slimmons where he personally led workout and training classes. Get the look of the fitness guru with this Richard Simmons costume guide.
To dress like Richard Simmons, first, you need a Richard Simmons Costume with Wig. After that, you’ll want to add to the look by wearing a Red/White/Blue Headband. Take your look to the next level with an eccentric Green One Piece Workout Jumpsuit. For your footwear, wear Richard Simmon’s preferred White Knee High Socks and a pair of Reebok White Walking Shoe. Finally, pick up 2lb Dumbbells and start Sweatin’ to the Oldies!
To dress up like the fitness guru Richard Simmons, you’ll need an energetic and passionate attitude. Put a big smile on your face and get your body moving. As for the costume, you can be pretty creative and wear eccentric workout gear. Really, all you need is to bring out the motivational side of your personality to really take this cosplay to the next level.
Together, with your friends, you can recreate scenes from Richard Simmon’s popular Sweatin’ to the Oldies DVDs. So, bring along your buddies and ask them to dress up as Richard Simmons or any popular fitness trainer. The beauty of dressing up like Richard Simmons is that it doesn’t matter whether you’re fit or not, anyone can sing and workout as Richard Simmons! If this isn’t your look, we have tons of other pop culture costume guides for even more cosplay ideas.
Richard Simmons, born as Milton Teagle Simmons, is perhaps the most well-known fitness trainer in the world. Along with being a workout guru, Richard Simmons is also a comedian and a highly charismatic and eccentric person. As a young man, Richard was overweight but through dedication and passion, he lost a dramatic amount of weight and adopted the energetic fitness trainer we all know and love.
He had a gym in Beverly Hills, California which is also his place of residence. He has trained “normal” people there for decades. His widespread fame came from his popular workout DVDs, the most well-known being the Sweatin to the oldies series. Over the years, Simmons has estimated that he has helped people lose millions of pounds. He has appeared on many shows in the 90s, most notably The David Letterman show. Now nearly 70 years old, Richard Simmons has retired both from his work and resides in Beverly Hills California.