18 thoughts on “Can some one recommend me a few good brand for workout clothes? I know nothing, but big brand are shit and fall apart.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Depends on whether you want to fit in with the Gymshark influencer crowd or just work out comfortably.
    I personally just go to a sports store and buy the generic Adidas/Nike/Puma sports clothing. It’s surprisingly cheap, ie €20 shirts and €15 shorts.
    But then again I don’t really feel the need to look that good in the gym, just acceptable. I also think it’s absurd for so many people to dress up when hitting the gym. It makes sense for the personal trainers for example but like 1/3rd of my gym wears genuine expensive well picked outfits while the other 2/3rd just mash together some shorts with a sporty t shirt.

    Pic related is what I talk about. It’s the budget bin stuff by Adidas. For me its more than good enough

    • Anonymous says:

      I want clothes separate form regular wardrobe to workout out in

      https://i.imgur.com/GeL4yok.jpg

      Depends on whether you want to fit in with the Gymshark influencer crowd or just work out comfortably.
      I personally just go to a sports store and buy the generic Adidas/Nike/Puma sports clothing. It’s surprisingly cheap, ie €20 shirts and €15 shorts.
      But then again I don’t really feel the need to look that good in the gym, just acceptable. I also think it’s absurd for so many people to dress up when hitting the gym. It makes sense for the personal trainers for example but like 1/3rd of my gym wears genuine expensive well picked outfits while the other 2/3rd just mash together some shorts with a sporty t shirt.

      Pic related is what I talk about. It’s the budget bin stuff by Adidas. For me its more than good enough

      I got some adidas track pants and they were good but they ripped easy so I thought there might be something else

  2. Anonymous says:

    Buy them in oversize, wear Aventus, get the white girls wet bro.
    Don’t forget to tune into Nelly Tip Drill:
    https://www.ebaumsworld.com/videos/nelly-tip-drill/82246749/

  3. Anonymous says:

    >big brand are shit and fall apart.
    I swear what do you hecking stupids do to your clothing to make it fall apart. I have H&M from 12 years ago that’s still fine and adidas stuff from 15 years ago.

    • Anonymous says:

      It got caught on ruff metal and a leg got pulled off

      https://i.imgur.com/ju8diKP.jpg

      Related pic

      Buy them in oversize, wear Aventus, get the white girls wet bro.
      Don’t forget to tune into Nelly Tip Drill:
      https://www.ebaumsworld.com/videos/nelly-tip-drill/82246749/

      I just might, see if I can join the black calisthenics dudes

      • Anonymous says:

        I think the drier is the biggest culprit. I stopped used one when I was 16 when my favorite hoodie faded after the drier. Hang dry all my clothes now. I still have stuff from when I’m 17 because of that.

        • Anonymous says:

          My house can’t handle the humidity if I hang dry all my clothes. Ice will break my windows.

          https://i.imgur.com/cbifQ6S.jpg

          Can some one recommend me a few good brand for workout clothes?

          I know nothing, but big brand are shit and fall apart.

          Just stick with big brands chink shit from Amazon is worse.

  4. Anonymous says:

    you shouldnt be concerned with looking fashionable while at the gym.
    people at the gym who look like they are there to impress other people in reality just look like stupids.
    gym shorts and a t shirt. or track pants of any kind. solved.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Ignore the haters. You should try Lululemon if you are interested in pants/tights. You should check out Brooks Running for the shoes. You can get away with using any decent coat/windbreaker since you won’t be using it 99% of the time. I don’t have any recommendations for shirts but you could just use generic Nike/Adidas stuff if you don’t own anything decent. I would skip the cotton socks and go straight to wool socks.

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