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Does what clothing you train in really matter?

by Louise Burrell June 30, 2014

Well you maybe surprised to know that it does! Getting away from all the obvious notions about comfort, coolness and flexibility there is actually a psychological aspect involved.

In a recent ‘Psychology Today’ study it was found that we all make instant assumptions whenever we meet someone, based on how they look and what they are wearing. It found that well dressed individuals were perceived to be more successful and more confident than their less well dressed counterparts and as such were treated differently.

We also think about ourselves differently when we know we look good, adding a confidence and boldness to everything we do.

So next time you get dressed to workout, have a think about what you are saying about yourself, to yourself and to others. Whilst it might be great to workout in your old clothes that you also use to clean in or decorate the house, you could be short-changing yourself.

Give yourself the maximum advantage in your pursuit of excellence and check-out our range today. Look good, feel great, lift heavy!

Louise Burrell
Louise Burrell


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