There's an excellent chance you're not putting the same amount of thought into how to dress for the gym as you do for a job interview, a wedding, even an average day at work. And why would you? You're going to work out to, well, work out. Your primary goal is sweat like a pig and lift as many heavy weights as you can until exhaustion and the development of swole muscles and six packs, of course.
But consider this: if you're a single guy looking to meet a lady, the gym is as good a place as any to do it do not underestimate how sexy women find a man doing pushups. And even if you're already attached, a stylish man should want to be Hot no matter where he goes—even while doing lat pulldowns. Unfortunately, gym clothes run the gamut from should-be-thrown-out tees to futuristic performance gear deed for pro athletes, but worn with conviction by that guy on the stair climber.
So how do you, a regular man, pick something that'll make you look hot, feel chick, and avoid looking like you care gym about your kicks than you do about your pecs? We can point out famous guys like David BeckhamCharlie Hunnamand Jonah Hill who do it right, but those examples are nothing compared to the unfiltered opinions of real-life women. So we reached out to them to find out what everyday women really think about your preference for tank tops and compression tights. Their answers will hopefully help you and men everywhere gain some new style insight and who knows, body confidence.
One thing's for sure: these women wouldn't mind seeing some more skin fellas. It's a tie! Women liked the style of tapered sweatpants and the practicality and coverage of mesh shorts. There were however some hold outs for the shorter running shorts. It says, hey I'm a casual dude who can rock a sweat but I also recognize that no one wants to see me in week old sweats that I dropped nachos on while watching the game.
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The tapered sweat offers just the right mix of mystery and intrigue as to what is going on under there. I've been on the stretch mat. Some things I can't unsee. I am picking what I can stomach on men of all types and ages.
And built-in underwear is a jogger's penis's friend. Most women chose the workout-ready sweat-wicking T-shirt not only because it means less stink and visible sweating, but also because they prefer a plain old tee. That said, a of them chose it for the muscle definition in the photo. Translation: trade your oversized tees for one that's more fitted. I just really hate dudes in a tank tops and especially a muscle tee. The long sleeve-r would actually be fine too, but the t-shirt is the winner for me. But a dude in a sleeveless top — no thanks.
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I do not want to see armpit hair EVER so please don't bring 2 or 3 near a gym—or my line of sight. According to the women polled, it's sexy, looks chill and cozy, and is the thing she most wants to steal from your closet. Unsurprisingly women want you to wear something that feels good to hug. I would just most want to steal the sweatshirt so that's my pick.
But on a side note is anyone actually comfortable wearing a sweatshirt at the gym? Plus, the gym is an activity where it should be all about you and your performance--not looking good for other people.
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Whatever makes you most comfortable! Save that for retirement.
Also, I'm not here at the gym to see your hip thre: keep your gym clothes clean for sure, but the point isn't to show off how much you spent on something you're going to sweat in. The majority of women we surveyed were more concerned with your ankle support than how your sneakers look. Which s for the narrow lead Brooks has over Adidas here. But in the end, the Nike heritage sneakers were the best combination of form and function.
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If you're lifting, don't wear running shoes. Jordans are hot if you're actually playing basketball. I'd be more turned off by a guy wearing inappropriate footwear than a guy wearing mildly dorky footwear. A lot depends on what activity he's doing. I definitely judge when I see dudes lifting weights in running shoes. Shoes are a personal thing. The Adidas look fly, though. Never underestimate women's opinions about everything you put on—including socks. Most of our survey responders preferred the choice that is both unpretentious and functional. Also: women find ankles sexy apparently.
Regular socks are fine! Tube socks are kinda hot? I don't really care as long as they're clean. No second day socks. No shows aren't really practical for working out though. Makes me think of a dad wearing socks and sandals". If you already own a simple black backpack, you are in luck. The clear winner isn't technically a gym bag. Still, this North Face backpack looks nice and can be thrown in the wash to avoid smelling up your apartment.
The leather duffle was by far the most contentious though. Women are not here for your fancy bag at the gym. The others are ok but who uses a leather gym bag?
That's just weird. It's like you're trying to do double duty with your briefcase and that's a no go. 4 is a really ugly color.
I hate everything about this bag. I don't know why I'm having such a visceral reaction to it. We all know how gym clothes smell. Don't put them in your man purse. Save the leather for carrying things that aren't drenched in sweat. A simple sleek backpack—or a simple, two-tone duffle—is perfectly suitable for a gym look. The rest of these items do not.