Activewear Edit: Move To Create

Activewear Edit: Move To Create

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WORDS: MARNI ROSE MCFALL Photographer: jane doe

Power, strength and reliability. Passion, excitement and love. Change your mindset. Power your performance. Whichever way you choose to move, this is activewear made to inspire you, increase your creativity and elevate your everyday. Find your flow in yoga, work your way through Pilates, boost your speed and bring your running A game. From technical pieces via adidas by Stella McCartney to science-backed trainers from Hoka, and activewear that’ll move with you from Adanola, these pieces will change your workout.


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Technical pieces that don’t compromise on style? We’ve got you covered. High-performance fabrics, science-backed sneakers and carefully designed fits: in 2023, it’s time to get serious with your craft. Your go-to brand? On Running. Wondering what to wear to run in the cold? Layer up tees and shorts with long-sleeve tops. On your feet, throw on the Cloudsurfer Running Shoes, which come with CloudTec® Phase cushioning for smooth runs and seamless transitions.


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Bigger weights, harder goals, massive energy. In 2024, we’re taking training seriously. Lift, stretch and cycle your way to the best workout you’ve ever done. And while we’re raising the stakes on our workouts, you’ll need an elite training kit to match. Opt for long-sleeved shirts for comfort, high-performance shorts for movement and low-soled trainers for stability. Easy.


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Pieces that work in the gym, and après? In 2024, activewear is as at home in our everyday wardrobes as it on the treadmill. Whether you’re throwing on post-workout or layering up with wool coats and blazers come the working week, invest in pieces that’ll carry you from the gym to the weekend to dinner in one move. And this set from Lululemon more than hits that brief.


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One of the most important decisions to make when it comes to your activewear kit? Your running trainers. Top of our list? Hoka, the French trainer brand with a mission to get people moving. Case in point, their Arahi 6 Trainers, which combine maximal cushioning with minimal weight for a light, breathable and stable sneaker.

On Running is also making moves, with their Cloudventure Peak Running Shoes. Lightweight and run-ready, they’ve been crafted with a Missipongrip outsole and sticky rubber compound for optimal traction on both rough and smooth surfaces, meaning you’re kitted out for any cardio adventure you choose. Into it? Norda’s The 001 sneakers are super durable, sat upon a chunky mid sole and crafted from high performance materials, Bio-Dyneema® and Vibram® to get you moving.

If running’s not your beat? Look to gym trainers with a flatter sole, like the Ultraboost Trainers from adidas. Sat upon the brand’s signature ‘Boost’ mid-sole, they’re soft and stable, meaning they’re the perfect base for training and weightlifting.


After the workout comes the recovery, which is just as important in our humble opinion. Been out in the cold? Go for hot baths and This Works’ Deep Sleep Bath Soak that promises to soak your muscles and unwind your mind. Hot on its heels is PureSports’ CBD Muscle and Joint Balm which eases movement by helping to relieve pain and boost recovery times, thanks to the clever infusion of CBD, Lavender, Lemongrass, Witch Hazel and more. When it comes to getting physical, Theragun’s Elite Massager reaches 60% deeper into muscles than average massagers to reduce deep muscle tension. Bliss.




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