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Best cheap gym wear

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tistheseasonn Wed 05-Dec-18 08:40:54

Going to start the gym tomorrow as the doctor gently told me I was fat.
So I'm dying to shed a stone before Christmas blush

Best affordable gym wear? Also I have gigantic boobs so need a good sports bra

lastqueenofscotland Wed 05-Dec-18 09:37:30

Go to and get proper branded stuff for a fraction of the price

furrysheep Wed 05-Dec-18 10:40:59

Shock absorber is a good gym bra

Oogle Wed 05-Dec-18 10:49:08

Tesco do great activewear, as do H&M.

Bravissimo sports bras - I'm a 30J. Shock Absorber don't go up that far!

Cherries101 Wed 05-Dec-18 10:51:24

Primark hands down if you want it to last.

tistheseasonn Wed 05-Dec-18 11:17:31

Thanks everyone

dementedpixie Wed 05-Dec-18 11:21:49

Matalan for leggings. Boobydoo for sports bras

IToldYouIWasFreaky Wed 05-Dec-18 11:24:43

I've had some great bits from Primark. I also really like Decathalon stuff, especially their leggings (with zipped pockets and drawstring waist!) and their cheapest trainers (around £15) are fab too.

I like the M&S underwired sports bra, the high impact one. I am not sure what size they go up to but they definitely do the DD+ sizes.

furrysheep Wed 05-Dec-18 19:22:16

Some shock absorbers also go up to a J cup.

ChampagneSocialist1 Sat 08-Dec-18 23:24:07


legolimb Mon 10-Dec-18 20:44:58

Definitely Shock Absorber for sports bras. I buy mine from Wiggle as they usually have some on sale. Often the weird and wonderful bright prints - but I like them.

Primark and Asda do cheap leggings and tops. Also Decathlon if you are lucky to have one nearby. I have found them all to be good quality - wash and wear well.

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