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JackRevansIconPeople who wear gym specific clothing08-10-2016 @ 18:45 
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Iv been thinking about this recently, have you ever seen anyone who wears clothing specifically designed to be worn in a gym (aside from actual lifting gear like STDs) who actually lifts with any particular ability?

http://aligordon.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/GymShark-2BGre...


Like this type of thing.
scruffmcbuffIcon...08-10-2016 @ 20:55 
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I know a dude who wears those skins clothing and he can bench 200 for 5!
CAJIcon...08-10-2016 @ 21:04 
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I don't understand the question.
BoarIcon...08-10-2016 @ 21:08 
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its just a tight tee shirt ...tons of dudes try and attract other dudes in the gym this way.
Wayne_CowdreyIcon...08-10-2016 @ 21:34 
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CAJ said:
I don't understand the question.


I had to re-read it a few times to get the gist of it.

I fear I will struggle to contribute to this subject, so I'll just mention that I've just finished a bag of cheese & onion crisps and I'll sit back and see how this thread progresses.
CAJIcon...08-10-2016 @ 21:47 
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I think I get it now.

Gym specific clothing is a bit vague.

I know plenty of people who wear gym/supplement/strength 'brands' - xplosive ape, myprotein gear, singlets etc

and yes some are very strong.

In relation to 'vanity' gym gear such as the gymshark image above which tends to be sold more as 'workout' clothing then yes i have seen one or two but only on the rare occassion. The majority belong in the disco muscles brigade
matthewvcIcon...08-10-2016 @ 22:56 
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The model in the first picture will probably not be moving massive weights from leanness of him (but looks can be deceptive) but loads of big dudes wear stuff like that and move decent weights.

Last bench session at Ralls I wore a pair of Gucci trainers and a Vivienne Westwood t-shirt. Now that is *real fashion* at the gym. lol
PeteHodgsonIcon...08-10-2016 @ 23:57 
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I have a few gym shark hoodies.
Nuff said!
Lol
JackRevansIcon...09-10-2016 @ 00:21 
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I actually sometimes wear a stringer
FazcIcon...09-10-2016 @ 01:32 
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No you wear them outside the gym, on a night out, socials, about town etc, so regular people can tell you work out.
FAT_SAMIcon...09-10-2016 @ 03:53 
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more like 'FAT TROLL'
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If you need to advertise that you lift by wearing gym clothing, you're doing it wrong.
I own a gym shark vest and have benched 5 plates in it a few times. Can't say I have seen anyone else in a gym shark vest hit 220kg.
Strength_MMIcon...09-10-2016 @ 08:49 
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Idk. I just wear a t shirt and some pyjamas or three quarter pants when lifting. Lol.
IainKendrickIcon...09-10-2016 @ 10:02 
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some nice relaxing jazz.
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I am currently wearing a stengthshop T-shirt. I had breaky in it at the hotel I am in and plan to wear it for the rest of the day. Does that count?

Vast majority of my t-shirts either have a band name on or Powerlifting on
dannyboy73Icon...09-10-2016 @ 12:00 
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Today in the gym: cheap trackies and old t-shirt that I did gardening in yesterday.

Not there to pull or have straight on straight action thank you very muchness.
scruffmcbuffIcon...09-10-2016 @ 12:43 
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I just realised im wearing an ironville t shirt which is lying to EVERYONE claiming i have 99 problems but a bench aint one. My bench is definately a problem.

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