How to find feel-good & low-cost sportswear

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When it comes to exercising, there are a lot of excuses that you can find to avoid your daily workout, but your sportswear being too uncomfortable shouldn’t be one of them. If you’ve spent any time doing workouts in the past, you know how important it is that whatever you choose to wear is comfortable, breathable, and that it moves with you as opposed to constricting you. It can be hard to find good sportswear but it’s not impossible and, if you’re doing it on a budget, you might want to look for a good discount code so you can maximise your savings.

There are two key factors to making sure that you exercise everyday. The first is that you have to do something that maintains your interest. Nobody is going to stick with a workout in the long-term if they’re bored to tears while they’re doing it. The second is that you have to be comfortable. If your focus is on how uncomfortable your clothing feels, you’re definitely not getting the workout you need. If you follow the tips below, you can find the right clothing and be on the road to living a healthier and happier life.


A lot of people have the misconception that being on a tight budget means they have to skimp when it comes to buying sportswear for their workouts. The truth is, it’s virtually impossible to have an effective workout if you don’t have good clothes that are designed for that type of activity. You can certainly identify with this if you’ve ever attempted to play tennis (or any other exercise, for that matter!) in a pair of jeans and a button-down shirt. It just doesn’t work! Fortunately, you can buy workout clothes that allow you to be comfortable even under the most strenuous of workouts and you don’t have to spend a lot of money in order to get them. Search online for the best deals and lowest prices.


It’s easy to get hung up on the idea that you have to purchase name brand sportswear in order to get good quality workout wear. This is simply not true. In reality, it shouldn’t matter what brand your sportswear is and you can find gym clothing everywhere from high street clothes shops to supermarkets. What matters is whether or not you can afford it and that it’s comfortable for you. Be sure to try it all on and move around a little while you’re doing so. This will give you a much better idea of whether or not you will be comfortable when you exercise as opposed to trying it on and just standing there in front of the mirror. All that is really necessary is for you to bend at the waist, sit down and do a few leg stretches and you should have a good idea about the comfort level of the clothing you’re trying on before you purchase it.


Remember, it doesn’t matter what brand of sportswear is popular or what everyone else seems to be wearing. The only thing that matters is whether or not you will wear that clothing on a regular basis so you can exercise daily. If the answer is yes, buy a few well priced items that are within your budget and simply rotate them, making sure that you have enough to do a daily workout without being forced wash clothes every day. If you have any doubts about the comfort level of a particular article of clothing, put it back on the rack and move on to something else.

Where have you found low-cost activewear? Do you have a favourite brand or high street shop that you swear by for comfortable sports clothing? Let me know in the comments below as I need to stock up myself!

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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in Lifestyle Promotion Studies and is trained in Personal Money Management. She loves to ‘get the look for less’ so regularly shares thrifty-living advice, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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