Gym shark: is it worth the price tag?

My first impressions of Gym Shark

I’d like to start by saying I’m so bad when it comes to buying workout clothes! Considering I go to the gym four times a week, I probably buy gym clothes maybe once or twice a year. Gym clothes are just so expensive aren’t they, but they always do seem to last! After spending what feels like forever stalking Gym Shark’s website and social media, I decided to give my Nike leggings a break (I just can’t find a fit like them!) and treat myself to a Gym Shark set out of my birthday money. Read on to discover my first impressions of the brand and find out if they really are worth the price tag…
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Gym Shark Fit

I purchased the Gym Shark flex sports bra in a size S and the Gym Shark flex leggings in XS and they fit is pretty much perfect! The material is knitted, lightweight and stretchy…exactly what you want from workout clothes! I also think the high-waist fit is super flattering on my waist and I love the way the sculpting design fits around my curves.
The only negative thing I have to say about the fit is the length of the leggings. At only 5ft3, I don’t expect all leggings to be a great fit, however, these are quite long. Although with them being lightweight and knitted, I don’t think you can really tell.

Does Gym Shark cut my workout?

For cardio, resistance and squatting, Gym Shark is perfect! It’s sort of like a second skin and adjusts to my body’s movement. However, for ab workouts, the sports bra tends to move around. So if you tend to work your abs, I recommend purchasing a Gym Shark top too to reduce movement!

Get the look

Gym Shark Flex sports bra in khaki/sand – £26.00
Gym Shark Flex leggings in khaki/sand- £32.00
Nike Flex trainers (not exact) – £44.47
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Have you purchased anything from Gym Shark before? What do you think of the brand? Please let me know in the comments!

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