Not only does having the right [easyazon-link asin=”B003TSTSQM” locale=”us”]workout gear[/easyazon-link] (which includes a shirt or top, shorts or pants/bottoms, socks, shoes, and [easyazon-link asin=”B008C2DN16″ locale=”us”]weightlifting gloves[/easyazon-link]) will help you be able to workout more/better, but will also achieve another goal…it will put you in a better frame of mind!
I see two types of people at the gym…those that just throw anything on, and those that you can tell have put a lot of thought into what they’re wearing. Generally, they’ll have on a matching outfit, with [easyazon-link asin=”B005OB00LO” locale=”us”]shoes[/easyazon-link] that are specific to the type of workout that they’re doing (this is probably the most important thing in your workout wardrobe). I can tell that these people are a lot more alert, focused, and generally look and feel better before, during, and after their workout.
I can personally attest to all of this, because I generally will wear a matching outfit to work out in. Despite what people want it to be, gyms are a natural social gathering place for people. Once you start going regularly, you’ll begin to see the same people over and over again, especially after March of every year. Speaking of which, those are the people that are in it for the long haul, so they’re the ones that you want to emulate in many ways.
I’ll cover what to wear, as well as what not to wear at the gym…those that are looking to wear ratty clothes and bowling shoes (I’m not making that up, I’ve seen both before, even on the same person) need not apply. Having the right [easyazon-link asin=”B00508WHFI” locale=”us”]workout gear[/easyazon-link] that not only looks good, but makes you feel good.