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Even if things did not go according to plan in 2021, every New Year is an opportunity to move forward. That’s the whole point of resolutions, after all. And that especially rings true when it comes to health and fitness.
So as we move into 2022, whether you want to up your running game, go to the gym more, or even just spend less time at your desk, there’s no better way to encourage a fit lifestyle than by grabbing some great new fitness swag.
But here’s where it can get super tricky. There are so many options out there—from clothes to tech to shoes, when it comes to buying great gear, you may feel overwhelmed. But don’t you worry – we’ve got something that will make things super easy for you: hello and welcome to The Movement at MYER.
A new online (and in-store in Melbourne Bourke St’s basement) destination where you can buy all your activewear, sporting, and wellness needs in one place, this is the tool that will really help you get motivated and moving in 2022.
The new fitness hub offers everything from activewear apparel, to gym equipment and all the best recovery and wellness supplies. Think exercise bikes, cross trainers, fresh kicks, massage guns, wellness products to help pre and post workouts, and so much more. Plus, you’ll find official sporting gear from the AFL, NBL, NFL and NRL.
With 45 brands you know and love at The Movement at MYER, including icons like Adidas, Puma, Reebok, as well as new arrivals like Tommy Sport, Lacoste Sport and Superdry Sport, it’s easy to find your next staple fitness piece. Their range of fitness equipment and accessories will set you up to achieve your wellness goals whether you’re a seasoned athlete or just starting out. Plus – now really is the perfect time to gear up for a summer of outdoor activities!
To kick-start your shopping, we’ve rounded up a few great investments to keep those goals on track. With The Movement at MYER, your new fitness kit is just a click away.
Shop our picks from The Movement at MYER below.
Fit: Adidas Aero training tee, $50.00
A classic tee might be one of the most versatile style staples in your wardrobe but don’t be fooled, not all T-shirts are created equal. This Adidas training tee has anti-cling and anti-odour tech to keep you feeling your freshest though intense workouts and sweltering summer days.
Fit: Adidas 3 Stripe Chelsea short, $45
When it comes to gym shorts, it’s hard to beat Adidas. These iconic 3-stripe shorts are the perfect length for gym-goers: allowing you to lunge, squat, jump, and run with ease, while the soft, breathable material makes them feel like your favourite trackies. They’re also made with AEROREADY construction, which absorbs moisture and keeps you dry.
Accessory: Bose Sport Earbuds, $299.00
These buds introduce a new concept for true wireless audio: your ears are open to the world, so you can hear what’s going on around you along with your music. Bose brings the idea to buds using a technology called “OpenAudio,” which the company claims can allow for better sound quality. Sounds good to us.
Recovery: Hyperice Hypervolt Plus, $399.00
Hyperice’s top gun was developed for elite athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Dubbed the Hypervolt Plus, it drills into your muscles with 30 percent more intensity than the original.
The device still clocks in at a maximum of 3,200 percussions per minute, but each individual percussion is 30 percent more powerful to really target those sore muscles. The battery yields about two hours of use per charge and the simple, T-shaped design is comfortable to grip.
Kicks: Puma Pure XT sneakers, $120.00
Puma’s low-profile training shoes have a unique lockdown fit to go along with a slick design. A extra Durable rubber compound your feet traction on all surfaces (handy when you’re under heavy weight), and the tough upper material can withstand whatever workout you want to do.