Last month I shared some of my favorite trends in workout wear. This week I’m sharing my personal list of gym bag essentials. My work weeks are busy and unpredictable, and I often do not know what type of workout I will be doing until I am finally able to leave the office for the night. I have become pretty well-versed in being prepared for any type of work out, and if you follow the round up below, you will be too!
Workout Wear: It’s easy to forget to pack the essentials for your workout if you aren’t paying attention. Be sure to have your top, bottoms, bra, socks, and shoes always packed up and ready to go!
Workout-Specific Gear: Whether I am taking boxing or Pilates, I am always prepared and have my specifics packed. I keep a pair of Pilates/barre socks, weight-lifting gloves, and boxing gloves (admittedly stashed in my car to save room) packed at all times.
Water Bottle: Hydration is important throughout your entire day, but it is especially important to replenish your fluids during a hard gym session. A reusable, refillable water bottle will cut down on costs of buying one on the way to, or at the gym.
A healthy snack: If you aren’t always able to plan the time and place of your workout, keeping a small snack in your bag that does not need to be refrigerated will give you just the boost you need at the end of the day.
It wasn’t until recently that I started using a Sports Gym Duffel Bag. I always thought, “No need to waste money and material on something that I don’t really need.” I was dead wrong. Ever since getting a Flyone gym bag, I get the appeal: tons of pockets, separate compartments for clean and dirty clothes, and it’s well-ventilated to keep away funky smells. There are also little extras that I love, like a strap for my yoga bag.
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