7 of the best gym trainers to up your workout game now

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These workout trainers will keep you looking stylish from work to workout…

While the idea of trainers being functional for physical activity has been a slight afterthought when purchasing our Stan Smiths and Balenciaga Triple ‘S’ trainers, the arrival of a new year provides many of us with a much-needed incentive to get active. With the range of fitness footwear options ever expanding, it can be hard to decipher which pair you actually need. Extra bounce? Breathable knitted uppers? Exclusively white soles? 

And then comes the problem of appearance. We have become so accustomed to our leisure trainers looking so good that we just aren’t prepared to compromise when it comes to our workout trainers. Luckily for us, sporting brands have acknowledged our high standards and matched them with some pretty great looking trainers

Whatever your sport of choice – from running to tennis, yoga to netball – these workout trainers will keep you looking stylish from work to workout.

  • Puma

    Puma trainers
    Workout trainers: Puma

    These chunky trainers will look just as good for brunch as they will for the gym. The suede upper and rubber outsole are all part of the stylish package that also contain the iconic Puma cushioned running system technology.

    Shop Puma white & beige rs-x reinvent trainers at schuh.com, £90

  • Adidas

    Adidas
    Workout trainers: Adidas

    Ideal for distance running, this purple detail pair has a responsive boost midsole, flexible bounce cushioning and an Adiwear sole also offers high-wear durability for a comfortable fit.

    Shop Adidas astrarun shoes, £84.95

  • Wilson

    Wilson trainers
    Workout trainers: Wilson

    Perfect for recreational tennis, the ultra-lightweight and flexible shoe strikes the perfect balance between cushioned comfort and agile performance to play your best game. 

    Shop Wilson rush pro 3.0 tennis shoes, £120

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