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We’ve all been there at some point.

You’re mid-workout and realize the fitness clothes you’re wearing are revealing more than just your physique (and not in a good way either).

It’s obvious that not all workout apparel are created equally, so finding the right clothes that will complement your physical routine is essential in getting the most out of every session.

Let’s start with the choice of material. The material used in the clothes you purchase is crucial to avoid skin irritation as well as keeping you dry and cool as much as possible. Seek out clothes which wicks away sweat (such as polyester and nylon) if you tend to sweat profusely.

It is worth examining the clothes you’re about to purchase beforehand to avoid any mistakes. Check for any loose seams or if it might loosen over a few uses. This brings us to our next consideration:

Compression. Clothes which have compression technology are more than just ‘spandex’. Not only do they show off the shape of your physique, but they use interwoven material to aid blood flow and even reduce delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) the following day.

So if you want to maximise every workout session, compression clothes will assist you during those high-intensity exercises in the gym.

Finally, invest in clothes that emphasise utmost functionality. If you’re heading to the gym to pump some iron, look for clothes which does not hinder your movement and will allow you to complete every motion at maximum capacity to avoid injury.

If you’re unsure of where to begin, check out the infographic below which breaks down what to wear per body part for Gymshark, the fastest growing fitness apparel brand:


So Sassy Peeps, have you tried Gymshark Performance gear? If so, what did you like about the brand? Inquiring minds want to know!

Have A Happy Healthy, and Remember to Always…
Stay Sassy!

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  1. Sandy says: Reply

    These products of Gymshark are looking nice. I like the Apex T-shirt.

    1. Dawn Gibson says: Reply

      Thanks Sandy. Yes..that tee is really nice

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