At this grey time of year, it always feels like you need a little bit more motivation to reach your fitness goals.
But don’t worry, 3 v lithium battery cr123a the Fit List here to provide you with some inspo.
From super cool activewear to a gym that’s basically a club, these should inspire you to get back to your workouts.
Plus we’ve got some delicious natural and plant-based alternatives for you to try.
Allbirds Natural Run apparel
Polyester is cheap to produce yet damaging to the environment, so if you’re looking for a sustainable purchase, Allbirds Natural Run apparel comes labelled with its carbon footprint.
The six-piece collection includes leggings, bike shorts and tank tops and is breathable, sweat-wicking, quick-drying, and form-fitting.
Shop the collection from £48 at Allbirds
Muscle Therapy With Theragun
Attempting this weekend’s London Marathon? Book a Muscle Therapy With Theragun treatment for a treat via at-home spa brand Urban, combining massage techniques with percussive therapy to go deeper into muscle tissue.
In London, Manchester and Birmingham.
Treatments available from £79 for 60mins at Urban
John Frieda Detox and Repair Deep Cleansing Scrub
Scalp scrubs are a vital addition to your haircare regime and the John Frieda Detox and Repair Deep Cleansing Scrub contains natural exfoliants to gently scrub away product build-up.
There’s also cannabis sativa seed oil (rich in omega fatty acids, amino acids, antioxidants and vitamins) to calm stressed-out hair.
Buy it for £6.99 from Boots
The uber-cool fitness hub, John Reed, has come to Liverpool Street. Promising to be London’s hottest new hangout, it fuses fitness with music, fashion, street art and design.
Situated across two floors, there’s a large group training space, boxing arena, PT area, free weights and equipment, hot yoga studio and sauna. There’s also live DJs and music events.
Membership from £100 per month at John Reed
Sweaty Betty Velo collection
Sweaty Betty’s first cycling collection, Velo, is just eight key items, including padded shorts and a streamlined jersey with reflective details.
It comes in a Bauhaus-inspired geometric print — staying true to the brand’s ethos, it’s high-performance, fashionable kit you’ll want to show off.
Shop the collection from £12 at Sweaty Betty
Lean & Greens plant-based range
Fancy trying a flexitarian diet? Lean & Greens is a plant-based combo range of six products with burgers, meatballs and sausages.
It combines the finest lean British meat with super green plant proteins of vegetables, grains and pulses.
Available from £2.50 at Tesco
The Italian Seltzer Company
Alcoholic fizzy water shows no signs of slowing down in popularity post summer.
The Italian Seltzer Company launches with Mulberry Street, made from all natural ingredients, including Sicilian oranges and lemons, plus sparking water and a fermented wine base. Cans are 4%ABV and under 70 calories.
Buy it for £29.99 (12 x 250ml cans) from The Italian Seltzer Comapny
Just Strong Midnight Ombre collection
The Just Strong Midnight Ombre collection has a really cool, urban aesthetic. It includes high-performance leggings and long-sleeve tops with thumbholes that are perfect for autumn training.
There’s also boyfriend hoodies and matching joggers for rest days.
Shop the collection from £20 at Just Strong
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