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  • Top 5: All I want for Christmas 2015

    With just over a week to go, I’m a bit late to the party in terms of wishlists. But you can still order online with most shops until next Tuesday so just in case you’re looking for practical ideas for fitness fanatics, here’s my list of ideas for Christmas 2015.

    1. Zero Gravity leggings, £90 (now £45!), Sweaty Betty
      I’m always on the hunt for leggings that are durable, look good and can be worn both to the gym or in town. Enter Zero Gravity leggings. What I love about these are the fact they shape your legs and lift your bum while supporting your muscles. And you can just about get away with wearing them out and people – or your other half – not being able to accuse you of constantly living in exercise gear. As a constant magpie when it comes to fitness gear, I’ve seen woman of all shape and sizes rocking these so definitely one for me please Santa.

      Zakti Active Thermal Top

      Zakti Active Thermal Top

    2. Snow Joke Thermal Baselayer Top, £15, Zakti Active
      Set up by the people behind Mountain Warehouse, Zakti Active is a hot new player in town and what a collection they offer. It’s reasonably priced, high quality and also ticks all the boxes in terms of style. I already own a few bits from Zakti Active including some trainers which I’m itching to try out once my ankle is healed. This thermal baselayer is the kind of thing you can wear under a jumper to work when the temperatures finally drop or if you’re lucky enough to hit the slopes in the new year. Not only is it really useful but this Zakti Active top is also eye-catching.

      Love these shorst

      Love these shorst

    3. m10 Graphic Shorts, £25, adidas
      It may be a bit early for shorts but these ones are bright, colourful and a reason to give your legs some air. They’re also not clingy and made from a lightweight fabric that feels like it weighs nothing. With reflective details and an inner pocket to keep your keys safe, they’re a motivation to get yourself involved in “#runuary”.

      Ultimate Performance Stuff Sacs

      Ultimate Performance Stuff Sacs

    4. Ultimate Performance Stuff Sacs x3, £19.99
      Lightweight and waterproof, these stuff sacs solve a multitude of problems for runners, cyclists and general gym enthusiasts. They mean you can protect your change of clothing on the way to work and store your dirty, stinky gear somewhere out of arms reach. Whether you’re running cross country or heading out in the rain, these are super-practical. Just think, no more carting around your stuff in separate plastic bags with these easy-to-use stuff sacs.

      The North Face Gilet

      The North Face Gilet

    5. Women’s Verto Prima Gilet, £160, The North Face
      A few years ago my big bro bought me a North Face Gilet, which I have worn and worn and worn because it is comfortable and an extra layer to keep me warm. Then I saw the jacket version of this gilet on my friend Jen and thought how great this would be for trails. It’s made from goose down and is much lighter than my favourite padded gilet. It will be perfect for when we head to the mountains next year and not weigh me down.

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