Many people are shocked to hear that I don’t plan my workouts ahead of time. Remember when ClassPass started limiting class reservations to four at a time? Yeah, I had no clue it happened because I wait until the last minute to book every class. I never know what kind of mood I’ll be in or what time I’ll need to leave the office, so around 3:00 every day, I start perusing to decide what sweat-scapade will have that night.
There are a few downsides to this. First off, since so many people do schedule ahead of time, it can be kind of difficult to get into a class last minute. The longer I wait, the more they fill up. It’s the worst feeling when I finally make a decision only to find out the class is now full!
It can also be a pain because of what’s required for each class. Barre requires sticky socks and longer leggings and I enjoy wearing baggy shirts and need tennis shoes for bootcamp. The worst is forgetting a pair of socks and then signing up for spin class!
For this reason, every morning I pack my bag full of anything I might need for the night’s workout. I’m not very high-maintenance so this is what I typically include:
- Sticky socks for barre and Pilates
- Regular socks for spin or bootcamp
- Headphones in case I go on an outdoor run
- Sports bra
- Propel to replenish electrolytes after class
- Dry shampoo
What do you keep in your gym bag?
This post is sponsored by Propel Electrolyte Water, but all opinions are my own.
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For me I like to bring:
Hey Julie! What do you like to keep in your gym bag?
Sorry…the comment thing was acting weird … or was it the keyboard… For me, I primarily go to Pure Barre and I bring:
– If I’m taking an afternoon class, I’ll pack my sports bra, leggings, tank
– If I’m taking a morning class, I’ll pack my workclothes
– make-up bag
– face wash
– facial oil
– barre socks
– hair ties
Sunscreen is a great thing to have! There are a few workouts that I frequent that have outdoor components and I’m terrible at applying sunscreen!