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    I'd like something which I can buy in large quantities and change often

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    T shirt - usually the £2 variety from Tesco or Sainsburys
    Running or rugby Shorts
    Some flat sole shoe
    Hoodie

    Das it

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    Depends gender, what you intend to do...

    Lifting; flat shoes (i.e. converse, plimsolls), shorts and tee shirt / vest.
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    running - polo shirt, black shorts (trying to find something with pockets) and trainers or crappy plimsolls
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    A jock strap or a tuxedo.
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    (Original post by Last Day Lepers)
    A jock strap or a tuxedo.
    "How to get laid at the gym step one; wear a jock strap"
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    • Plain black t-shirt or other colour
    • Gym shorts
    • White trainers


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    (Original post by Yorpul)
    • Plain black t-shirt or other colour
    • Gym shorts
    • White trainers


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    This basically.
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    Cheap (even better if its free, thanks fresher's fair) t shirt
    Compression shorts
    Running shorts (love my Nike live strong pair, but they're reaching their end and I don't think they make them any more)
    Rugby socks
    Weightlifting shoes

    Occasionally I'll wrap my ankle up if its playing up.

    Lifted in trackies once. Never again, think I halved my bodyweight in sweat loss.

    If it was socially acceptable I'd just wear the compression shorts with no shorts over them, but its not really a done thing anywhere other than on YouTube.
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    (Original post by Appeal to reason)
    If it was socially acceptable I'd just wear the compression shorts with no shorts over them, but its not really a done thing anywhere other than on YouTube.
    Or if female.

    As for myself, tshirt, shorts, trainers. Go shoeless for deadlifts though.
    +1 for the free tshirt as well.
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    I've been repping my FCK Me It's Freshers tee all year, a few bemused glances from the regulars here and there, but I ain't complaining, free t-shirt.
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    Yesterday's tshirt/vest if it doesn't look dirty. If I need to put a clean one on then normally old work/free tshirts
    Trackie shorts
    Leggings for deadlift day/if going later in the day and the gym will be cold
    Cheap slip on type shoes
    Slightly too small charity shop jumper, I found bigger gets in the way, if it's cold
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    River island vests, shorts from usc, pair of Reeboks. Nothing special but not trampy either.

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    Primark tee shirts, track bottoms, are top notch.
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    Gym leggings, some old t-shirt (usually ones I've stolen from my brother or freebies from nights out... The baggier the better), trainers/plimsolls.
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    I've just ordered an Elite Fitness Cartel vest. Not too sure whether it's good or not, but my friend owns the company and he gave me it for free
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    I go the gym everyday and I wear black shorts, new balance trainers and raglan t-shirts. I have about 8 or 9 different raglan t-shirts because I really like them and they look sporty which is a plus.

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    Just some shorts, trainers and a random T-shirt that I'm not likely to wear as part of my day to day wear (charity/old work ones etc).
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    Wear something comfy. Gym shorts and a t-shirt works well enough...
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    sweat pants + plain coloured t's + flat footed thin soled trainers
 
 
 
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