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Mar 22, 2007
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What’s the best camera to take selfies at the gym.?

I’m sick and tired of people taking selfies there!
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yao416 wrote:
Feb 19th, 2018 7:34 am
What’s the best camera to take selfies at the gym.?

I’m sick and tired of people taking selfies there!
Everyone knows shirtless dressing room photos for Instagram are where it's at.
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Jun 4, 2013
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Used to wear UA cool gear T-shirt. Got them on sale for like 2 for $30 a few years ago. Shorts I used to use the Cheap stuff from Champs for like 2 for $30 I think. But they tend to break down a lot so now I wear Lululemon.
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Lululemon + Nike for the base layers.
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I buy my gym clothes from whichever retailer has technical fabrics from the likes of Nike, Adidas, UA, etc. for under $20 an item, even better when I can find it for less than $10

Key to looking good in the gym? Go often and consistently
I take pictures of stuff ; flickr
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superock wrote:
Feb 26th, 2018 1:01 pm
Key to looking good in the gym? Go often and consistently
Could not agree more.
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Feb 22, 2016
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Go to Winners!!!!!!!!!!!!! You can get athletic shirts there and a pair of shorts. You can find the stretch / dry fit shirts of same or near quality to under armour but they only run you 20-25 bucks each. I went in and picked up 3 dry fit shirts and 2 pairs of shorts for about 100 bucks.
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Mar 23, 2018
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I second Winners! Great quality stuff for cheap! Just gotta do a bit of digging to find the good stuff.
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Apr 12, 2010
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Compression tights by 2XU - if you really want to elevate your weight training game. They have ones for running too, but I haven't used them personally.
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I would not recommend using old clothes that are not made of moisture wicking material, once you start sweating it'll start stinking and you'll feel uncomfortable/smelly

I don't have any brand allegiance so I just buy whatever's on sale. UA, Reebok, Nike, Adidas etc. all have similar items, just buy whatever's on sale, but again I would recommend the dri-fit/climacool/whatever brand's name for moisture control for your gym clothes
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I buy mine @ Nike Clearance Store @ Dixie Outlet Mall
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yao416 wrote:
Feb 19th, 2018 7:34 am
What’s the best camera to take selfies at the gym.?
Just use any camera... what you actually need more, is a book with inspirational phrases, that you can use when you post the picture on social media, so everybody will see you're not only good looking and hard working, but also a smart cookie
I swear to drunk I'm not God 😝
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Apr 18, 2018
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If the gym clothes you are wearing make the workout uncomfortable, you might be restricted in the exercises you're able to do. So the gym apparel should be comfortable and fit your body. Your gym clothes should work just as hard as you do.
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ShrutiS29770 wrote:
Apr 19th, 2018 2:51 am
If the gym clothes you are wearing make the workout uncomfortable, you might be restricted in the exercises you're able to do. So the gym apparel should be comfortable and fit your body. Your gym clothes should work just as hard as you do.
Have to be comfortable and you have to have free movement in them.

I tried some of the UA Threadborne stuff - it's really good. Wait for a big sale though - pricey.

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