By Daniel Coughlin, Jan 7, 2013
Looking for an all-new workout wardrobe to go with your New Year fitness plan? Shop these affordable activewear picks and sweat it out in style for less.
Big brand trainers don't tend to come cheap, but these New Balance beauties are a brilliant bargain buy. They feature advanced shock absorption technology and superior support.
Get the New Balance 759 Running Shoes now for just £29.99
Hitting the treadmill or the pavement? Opt for maximum flexibility and rev up your routine in these supportive stretch leggings.
Get the Champion Stretch Jersey Leggings for just £15.99
Work some serious gym chic in this flattering ruched tank top by Reebok. It boasts breathable stay-dry fabric and high performance resistance technology.
Get the Reebok EasyTone Double Fitted Tank Top now for just £14.99
Nod to classic sportswear and store all your bits and pieces in this hip retro gym bag. We love the minimal styling and on-trend block colour.
Get the Retro Nylon Gym Bag now for just £7.99
If you're after some quality running shorts, you can't go wrong with trusty Adidas - shape up in this cute retro-styled pair.
Get the Adidas ClimaLite Running Shorts now for just £17.99
In need of a top with maximum support? This ultra-effective bra top by Shock Absorber should most definitely do the trick.
Get the Max Sports Bra Top now for just £19.65
Bra tops and vests are all well and good, but If you prefer to keep your arms covered up, bag this sleek long-sleeved gym tee by New Balance.
Get the New Balance Long Sleeve Tee now from just £14.68
A comfy hoodie is essential. Introduce a little sophistication to your gym look and get yourself this designer-like eco beauty.
Get the From Clothing Eco Designer Natural Hoodie now for just £29
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