Monday, September 22, 2014

Puma Fitness

The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of PUMA Fitness.

To say I was excited when I received my clothes and shoes for this PUMA Fitness campaign would definitely be an understatement. Since I pretty much live in workout clothes 95% of the week, it's so nice to have some new staples! Puma was gracious enough to send over two complete outfits, one that's perfect to wear while you hit the weights and the other is great for lounging in post workout. 

First, the performance look which I just happened to be wearing when I hit a new shoulder press PR! The Gym 3/4 Tight are a fun crazy print and fit like a glove. I didn't have to adjust them during my workout and I have to say they're great for the backside too ;) The Gym Tank 3 has a built in sports bra and moisture-wicking material with the cutest criss-cross detail on the back. I'm usually a lose tank top kind of girl when I'm lifting but it's nice to have these cuter tops to wear now and then too. 

The last piece of the performance outfit were these Mobium XT shoes that are really lightweight and have a Mobium XT band on the outsole of the shoe which gives great support and makes them a great performance shoe. These are awesome especially if you're doing a lot of plyometric type movements because they give lots of support and allow you to move quickly. 

The second outfit offers more of a fashion comfort look and is admittedly my favorite of the two. From top to bottom this is probably one of the most comfortable outfits I own and I've pretty much been living in these crops now for weeks. The Studio Capsule Pants have a wide elastic waistband and drawstring and are also cuffed at the bottom so you can wear them as pants or capris. The Gym Loose Tank Top was a little too big for me, so I just tucked it up in the back and was good to go. This has moisture wicking properties as well so it's great for running around in this AZ heat (yes, it's still 100 degrees here!). And last but definitely not least, the Narita V2 shoe which has a Breathable EcoOrthoLite® sockliner for optimum fit and comfort are my new go-to when I need a shoe that's comfy and versatile. 

Do you have different gym clothes that you wear in and outside of the gym or do you tend to just mix it all up? 


  1. Love both of these! Will definitely have to check out their gear :D I barely workout outside of the gym (as bad as that is) so I would probably wear the same things...if I were in a less windy area, or maybe on a nice day like today I would definitely head outside for a change; I would opt for something with coverage like your pants and probably "breezy" and lightweight fabric too :)

    1. I'm the same way! But I do have my workout-gym clothes and my training-gym clothes :)

  2. Are those 30 lb dumbbells??


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