Having the right tools for the job is essential. I am not implying that wearing sports wear will take you to the physique of an Adonis; however, it will make working out more comfortable and give you the free range of motion that is necessary. Restrictive clothing can hinder exercises leading to failure in full engagement of the muscle. Whilst function is very important for me; image does come into factor and I must say Zion Fitness has created a luxurious tracksuit that I simply love.
When it comes to footwear… I personally have a collection of sports trainers and depending on my training session ahead I may opt to wear soft, compressible soles as they offer me more comfort overall, as they’re designed to absorb impact while running and jumping the janoski max pictured below is a great example. However if I am heading into train legs I move towards the hard non-compressible soles, to provide a completely stable surface under hundreds of pounds of pressure created by the weight of the load, look for a shoe with a hard, dense sole during these sessions you may even feel a larger engagement in the muscle during the movement.
Ali-Gordon is a UK-based fitness and fashion blogger. He’s HUMANFITPROJECT’s style advisor to men looking to live fitness, strong, and confident.