Whatever your personal targets, look good while feeling good this New Year as you begin your brand-new 2020 fitness regime.
Stay on track with Davina McCall’s range of new activewear for F&F clothing. The TV presenter and fitness guru, who sold her first fitness DVDs in 2007, became a brand ambassador for F&F’s fitness range in 2016 and has since released her own exercising equipment too.
They’re designed to suit too – whether you’re used to gentle exercise and want something stretchy and comfortable, or prefer supportive styles that match your high-impact workouts, if your New Year’s resolution is to achieve your 2020 fitness goals, there’s no harm in doing it in style!
Prices vary. Range available at Tesco.
Breezy weekends aren’t a problem with this padded jacket from Marks and Spencer. Including a high-neck collar and a drawstring hood work to keep the chill at bay, plus padding on the chest and back for extra warmth, you’ll be protected from the elements.
An Instagram favorite, designer Rae Feather’s monogrammed bag has been name-checked by the likes of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Tatler. The design remains popular: crafted from hard-wearing canvas and personalised to with every owner’s initials, it’s a durable but undeniably chic choice for a gym bag.
Bring rays of sunshine with you wherever you go. Whether you are heading to the gym or racing to be in time for a yoga class, make sure you stay hydrated! Metal bottles are handy for keeping your chosen thirst-quencher cool, so we’ve gone for this lovely bright yellow one from Paperchase.
With its Energy Foam midsole you’re guaranteed lightweight responsive cushioning in Reebok’s Floatride running shoes. They have all the basics including support for urban outings, and a very natural feel, which makes them also ideal for the gym and cross-training. As the most expensive trainer prices rise to nearly £250, these are a steal, especially as they look great for popping to a café or the gym.