The dawn of each new year spawns a thousand unused gym memberships. It’s not like there weren’t good intentions behind inadvertently spending £40 a month for six months to sip a protein shake in a sauna a total of one time, but finding the motivation can be hard.
That’s why we’re here to bring you the best fitness gear 2016 has to offer so far. Because when you look that good, why wouldn’t you want to show it off.
As an extra bonus, sportswear is actually a thing in fashion right now – meaning if you do end up sacking off the work outs, you won’t look like a crazy person wearing lycra in your day-to-day life (yay).
Here’s what’s on our wish list right now…
£135 from Hipandhealthy.com
Even if your workouts are confined to the gym, you can still embrace the great outdoors with luxe graphic prints. These leggings are also made from Subli-Cool 2.0 Polyester – sweat absorbing, quick drying, plus cool and comfortable to wear.
£50 from Hipandhealthy.com
Show off your sports bra and the top of your leggings with pride with this modern mesh vest. The loose fit will keep you feeling cool, as well as looking stylish.
£105 from Nike.com
The shoes we’re dreaming of owning this year. Nike’s lightweight, yet supportive, Air Max design has received a new season revamp complete with desert camo detail.
£22 from Activeinstyle.co.uk
Because workouts are so much more enjoyable when you get to pick the soundtrack. This lightweight phone holder has safety reflective tape and a clear window, so you can switch songs on the go.
£95 from Sweatybetty.com
Don’t let the weather get in the way of your runs. This thermal top, with dropped back hem and reflective panels, provides the perfect amount of coverage.
£10 from Lululemon.co.uk
Who says socks have to be boring? Stop your feet feeling the burn when you run with these high-density cushioned socks. They also feature wicking nylon and mesh inserts to avoid the dreaded ‘sauna sock’ scenario.
£35 from Reebok.co.uk
This sports bra may look sweet, but its sturdy design means your cardio routine doesn’t have to be. The chafe-free seams and mesh ventilation are a great finishing touch.
£26 from Adidas.co.uk
Bring back 90s sportswear chic with this classic swimsuit. It’s made from chlorine damage-resistant fabric, has comfy medium-cut legs and a X-back for speedier swims.
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