Whether you’re a dedicated workout warrior or a newbie wanting to kickstart your new fitness regimen, there’s nothing quite like fresh workout gear to help renew your motivation for movement.
Whether you run, do yoga, or train at the gym, you want your gear to be comfortable to elevate your training and help you reach those fitness goals. Under Armour has you covered this summer with their new ‘Summerized’ collection.
With hot days ahead, take the changing temps in your stride with these summer fitness gear essentials from the Under Armour Summerized collection.
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Infinity Mid High Neck Shine Sports Bra
Padding in a figure-8 pattern for a more aerodynamic fit and a much lighter feel that works with your body’s natural movement instead of against it.
Women’s Armour Mesh Tank
Lightweight, smooth HeatGear® fabric is ultra-comfortable. The 4-way stretch material moves better in every direction while the strategic mesh panels provide breathability where you need it.
Women’s Armour Ankle Leg
Waistbands that slip are a major bugbear. That’s why Under Armour designed this lock-in option that stays in place while you’re in motion for the perfect fit, no matter how explosive your next move. Get ready for a distraction-free workout: No pulling, tugging, or readjusting. Ever.
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Keep winning this summer with gear that allows you to shift your performance to the next level. Layer up with Under Armour SUMMERIZED gear and go the distance without compromise.
The new Under Armour ‘SUMMERIZED’ collection is available at Under Armour Brand House stores nationwide as well as online at www.underarmour.co.za.
Author: Pedro van Gaalen
When he’s not writing about sport or health and fitness, Pedro is probably out training for his next marathon or ultra-marathon. He’s worked as a fitness professional and as a marketing and comms expert. He now combines his passions in his role as managing editor at Fitness magazine.
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