10 Gym Bag Essentials

10 Gym Bag Essentials

It's the time of year when everyone heads back to the gym. In my experience, there's nothing worse than getting to the gym only to realize you've forgotten an important item. Here are the items I would be lost without at the gym.

Gym Bag

adidas gym bag
Credit: Adidas.com

Is it cheating to include the gym bag in my list? For me, the right bag makes everything better. As much as I love the sporty bags like the Adidas holdall bag, I just can't give up my backpack. I'm still rocking the one I bought from my college bookstore. It takes a lot of abuse and it may not be so cute anymore, but it's durable and if my gear starts to make it stinky I know I can just throw it in the washer.

NEXT: Supportive Sports Bras

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