I’ve been going to the gym a bit recently and every time I go I’ve noticed a growing trend. More and more people are starting to wear outfits with matching tops and bottoms. You see it’s not enough to go to the gym anymore wearing any old white t-shirt and tracksuit bottoms, oh no now it seems the modern gym goer needs to dress up for the gym if they want to get noticed.
And to get noticed that means no more Hard Rock Café T-Shirts that have been worn so many times half the logo has come off. It means no more tracksuit bottoms that were baggy when you bought them 10 years ago and which are so tight now they can now only be described as another layer of skin. Yes it means investing in a matching tracksuit.
Thankfully after delving deeper in to last weeks Pandora’s box from Puma I found such an item. It’s from their Lifestyle range and as you can see it matches, oh happy days! It’s also very comfortable and just stretchy enough to make even the most complicated lunge, squat thrust or Yoga position a possibility.
You’ll also need something to go underneath you tracksuit and even though it destroys the colour scheme completely (does yellow and blue go?) I decided to opt for the above yellow T. Puma have been kind enough to include strips to let air in on both top and bottoms but if you’re really doing a good work out you’ll probably get a bit hot for the jacket. Just in case it’s always good to wear a similar T-Shirt underneath. After all no one wants to be one of those men who walk around gyms topless…
Trust me when you walk in to the gym wearing this people will know you mean business. No more 20-minute waits for an exercise bike and no more queuing up for towels. In fact it’s so good you won’t even need to wipe down the equipment after you use it, people will be waiting to do it for you. Okay so maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but if nothing else it can at least help get people in the right mind and ready to do some serious exercise, which can only be a good thing.