10 Gym Bag Essentials

10 Gym Bag Essentials

champion sports bra
Credit: Target.com

A supportive workout bra

I have to confess I'm not that picky about sports bras. I've found that department store sports bra selections have served me well. I usually default to Champion sport bras, which I can pick up at my local department store. If you require more support, the Enell sports bra receives excellent reviews from women with larger busts. If you are spending some cash on a good sports bra, you'll want to take care of it which means hand washing and allowing to air dry so if you are planning to go to the gym every day you'll want to buy at least two.

NEXT: The Right Shoes

Related Posts

Extreme Couponing and the Understocked Stockpile

I am dependent upon lists to keep me moving and help me get things done. I have daily lists, work related lists, book lists, and monthly lists, and I share these monthly lists every month in the BlogHer List Lovers group. If you click a few of the monthly lists, you'll notice that for the last several months I've had things like "clean the cold room" or "reorganize the stockpile room" on those lists and they haven't been crossed off. Yea, it's been a rough year.   Read more >

OMG! Onesies Are a Gateway Drug for Grandmas

Something weird has happened now that I'm going to be, OMG, a grandmother -- I've started shopping. Or feeling compelled to shop. It's kind of scary because I do not like to shop. I'm not talking about buying the crib and the bedding, that's a given -- I'm talking about the urge to buy every cute onesie on the face of the earth. How many onesies does a baby need? Apparently Johnny Mac Pippin needs them all. And a whole lot more, to boot.   Read more >

Extreme Couponing for Babies

Children are expensive. Raising one child, from birth through college, (a public college, at that), will probably cost you somewhere around $500,000. Baby's first year could cost you around $5,000 (if you don't have to pay for childcare), and you'll probably spend about $2,000 before you ever bring the baby home. That's why baby showers are such an awesome thing, they can help reduce the amount of money spent by new parents before baby comes home. That's also why you should seriously consider using coupons to help take some pressure off of your budget.   Read more >


In order to comment on BlogHer.com, you'll need to be logged in. You'll be given the option to log in or create an account when you publish your comment. If you do not log in or create an account, your comment will not be displayed.