What We’re Wearing

To the Gym

Men's workout outfit inspiration

What We’re Wearing

To the Gym

Setting a PR
never looked so good

To loosely paraphrase Deion Sanders, “If you look good, you feel good, and if you feel good, you play good.” This is true in any environment; you should always dress for the job you want and not the job you have, right? Why not use this same logic for workout attire?

Attendance rates at gyms are increasing this month (like every January), but honestly, we're here for it. Maybe it's your first time at the gym in a while or you're simply prioritizing fitness in the year year. Workout culture can be intimidating, so pulling on a fresh fit can ease your mind and give you some confidence.

Personally, I think gym attire should be subtle and understated like any other outfit. Last thing you want to do is draw attention to yourself as you're trying to set a new PR in deadlifts. Great shoes are a must for a productive workout especially if you're doing cardio or body-weight exercises. A nice nylon hat is great to keep the sweat out of your eyes while boosting the incline on the treadmill.

Other workout staples are great headphones and a sweat-proof gym bag. If you don't workout with headphones, how and why do you do this?! They're a necessity to get through any circuit. And a durable tote can hold your clothes and shoes while looking stylish enough to carry into the rest of your day. These pieces will have you looking stealth as you're trying to improve your health and remember, you've already won if you're at the gym.

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Your Workout Kit

Men's workout outfit inspiration
District Vision Air-Wear Short-Sleeve T-Shirt

Air-wear
short-sleeve T-shirt,
$90 by District Vision

Undefeated Hoop Short

Hoop short,
$65 / $46 by Undefeated

Reigning Champ Monogram Run Cap

Monogram run cap,
$70 by Reigning Champ

3Sixteen Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie

Heavyweight pullover hoodie,
$175 by 3Sixteen

L.L. Bean Hunters Tote Bag

Hunter's tote bag,
$49.95 by L.L. Bean

Nike ZoomX Invincible Run Sneakers

ZoomX Invincible Run rubber-trimmed Flyknit running sneakers, $180 by Nike

Bombas Performance Sock

Performance sock,
$49.50 (for a 3-pack) by Bombas

Beats Studio Buds

Studio buds,
$149.99 / $119.99 by Beats

Lyric Therapeutic Massager

Therapeutic massager,
$199.99 / $179.99 by Lyric

Your Workout Kit

Men's workout outfit inspiration

Air-wear
short-sleeve T-shirt,
$90 by District Vision

 

Monogram run cap,
$70 by Reigning Champ

 

Studio buds,
$149.99 / $119.99
by Beats

 
 

ZoomX Invincible Run
rubber-trimmed Flyknit
running sneakers, $180
by Nike

Hunter's tote bag,
$49.95 by L.L. Bean

 
 

Performance sock,
$49.50 (for a 3-pack)
by Bombas

Heavyweight
pullover hoodie,
$175 by 3Sixteen

 
 

Therapeutic
massager,
$199.99 / $179.99
by Lyric

Hoop short,
$65 / $46 by Undefeated

 

Want
Real
Results?

It might seem like a luxury, but you don’t have to be rich or famous to work out with a personal trainer. You do need a real desire to see some results from your workouts. Here are the key benefits that should help you make the right decision.

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