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Get ready for the gyms reopening

With gyms and fitness classes set to open again very soon, now could be the perfect time to spruce up your workout wardrobe.

It’s all very well wearing your moth-eaten sports bra and pyjama bottoms to do Joe Wicks in your living room – but you probably want something a little bit nicer when you start working out in public again.

It could also help you with your motivation. Getting back into a regular fitness routine might be tricky after months of lockdown, but giving yourself the opportunity to show off your shiny new kit could get you out of bed.

So, whether you’re looking for high-impact gear, something for the yoga class, or new kit for evening runs now the weather is improving – we’ve got you covered.

Form and functionality is just as important as stylish design with these must-have pieces of activewear.

Shorts or leggings, sports bras or long-sleeve tops – these are some of the best items to invest in before gyms open up again.

 

Tala, Skinluxe Leggings, £54

Squat your heart out in these (Picture: Tala)

Fast becoming a cult-favourite, the new Skinluxe range from Tala is soft, flexible and provides flattering support for all kinds of exercise.

 

Tala, Skinluxe Long Sleeve Crop Top, £38

If your arms get cold but your midriff gets hot (Picture: Tala)

No need to worry about sweat patches in this comfy long-sleeve, top – they won’t show up. The material also keeps you cool and doesn’t ride up as you move.

 

Pocket Sport, Claude Legging, £48

Flexible and supportive (Picture: Pocket Sport)

These functional leggings provide incredible coverage, have loads of flexibility for movement, and they don’t go see-through.

 

Pocket Sport, Claude Bra, £38

Go matchy-matchy with a bra in the same colour as your leggings (Picture: Pocket Sport)

Get medium support with this stylish, strappy bra. Perfect for low-impact classes, yoga or chilling round the house.

 

Contur, Smooth Move Leggings, £59

The bolder the better (Picture: Contur)

As the name suggests, these leggings are smoother than smooth. They feel great, don’t pinch, and they stay up.

 

Contur, Newfound Shorts, £39.99

Free your legs in these fitted shorts (Picture: Contur)

These shorter shorts are ideal for the warmer months. Stick them under your joggers and whip them off when you get to your class.

 

ASOS 4505, Curve Icon Booty Shorts, £16

We love the longer cut of these shorts (Picture: ASOS)

Loads of flexibility for even the most vigorous HIIT class.

 

ASOS 4505, Curve Set, £38

Co-ords for the win (Picture: ASOS)

Look like an influencer in your matching set. Made of cotton for extra comfort, and we love the pastel shade.

 

Modibodi, 7/8 Recycled Active Legging, £55

You don’t need to worry about leaks or bulky pads under your leggings (Picture: http://www.adamflipp.com.au)

Use these leggings when you’re on your period – eliminating the need for liners, pads or tampons. Perfect for heavy flows, or just sneaky discharge.

 

Reebok, Training Leggings, £38

Sweat-wicking fabric is so handy (Picture: Reebok)

These super high-rise leggings are incredible flattering, as well as being functional with fabric that helps to evaporate sweat.

 

HIIT, Two Tone Seamless Co-ord, £34

Take your co-ord game to the next level (Picture: HIIT)

Natural tones are going to be huge this spring, so this stylish co-ord will work in the gym and as part of your weekend uniform.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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