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The easiest and cheapest workout of all, all running really requires a great pair of trainers, a bottle of water, and maybe a fitness tracker to keep track of your progress. The rest of the look is up to you: some push back their hair with a headband, prefer running leggings rather than tracksuit bottoms, and the really brave run in gym bras rather than waterproof jackets. The same kit can be worn to the gym as well.


Namaste. Whether you're a pro or beginner, you'll need breathable styles in this mindful workout that won't restrict your stretches. Enter body-sculpting leggings and bodysuits, which can be topped by relaxed tanks, and going barefoot is now optional as yoga socks are available. Having your own yoga mat is must to continue your progress beyond the studio.


Way to release some pent up frustration by pulling on some boxing gloves and punching until your arms are tired. You'll need a partner to spar with and hold up the pads or you could invest in your own boxing bag if you have the space for it. Wearing boxing shorts and trainers is cool but normal workout gear will suffice as it's the professional grade gloves that you should splash out on first.


Swimming is such freeing, low resistance workout and welcome respite from land. But swimsuits trump bikinis here to prevent any nip slips and to keep you streamlined. Your kit should include a swimming cap to shield your hair from the chlorine; and goggles will do the same for your eyes and ensure you can see underwater. Add in a towel for drying, sandals to walk near the pool and a nose clip for diving and you're good to go.