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What's the Best Bag For Your Workout?

January 6, 2018 7:00 AM
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What's the Best Bag For Your Workout?

When working out, it’s important to have something to carry your necessities. The standard exercise bag is usually a big duffle bag that can fit extra clothes, a towel, a water bottle, and others. But of course, you can’t always bring that with you outside the gym.

Here, we give you a list of appropriate bags for your preferred workout routines. This varies from small and compact to spacious picks.

If you weren’t into the belt bag trend last year, then you might want to consider getting one for your runs. The Fitletic Hydration Belt can fit your phone and wallet, and comes with two slots for water bottles. This is also a good accessory for marathons. Simply attach this to your waist or over your shoulders. Available at Toby’s Sports.

Cyclists often prefer to use a backpack because it’s easy to carry while riding a bike. This one from Under Armour has a large space and adjustable shoulder straps. It can also be converted into a carrying pouch when not in use. Available at Greenbelt 3.

Aside from extra clothes and other necessities, you also need a bag to carry your yoga mat. Instead of getting a separate carrier, opt for this Adidas by Stella McCartney bag which has a hidden base compartment for the mat. Available at UP Town Center.

This workout may require you to bring several equipments like shoes, jump rope, and wrist wraps. For this, you’ll need a spacious bag to fit all of them. The Box Fit Total Duffle Bag has more than 20 compartments for all your fitness accessories and clothing. There are also several colors and designs to choose from. Available online.

Obviously, you’ll need a waterproof bag to keep it dry from the pool and your swimsuit. The Speedo Deluxe Ventilator Mesh Bag is made from a strong, quick-drying material and it’s easy to carry everywhere. Available at Bonifacio High Street.


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