Getting tired of busting out burpee intervals in the corner of the gym, wearing headphones and dodging med-ball slams?
Then good news: On less-than-icy days, you can break the monotony by taking your HIIT outdoors. Here’s what to wear.
The made-in-Canada Pulse Elite checks all the boxes you’d expect in a workout shirt—it’s soft, stretchy, and moisture-wicking, with anti-chafing seams—plus it has a stylized, airy vent running down the back.
The ultra-lightweight Forward is the perfect shell for body-weight work: It’s super-stretchy and sweat-wicking, and it keeps the wind off you even as its vented mesh back yoke dumps excess body heat to keep you as cool as you look.
With endless stretch and a leg-hugging, tapered fit that won’t restrict your squat form or slow down your sprint intervals, the Everywear Jogger at last elevates lowly sweatpants to high-performance gymwear.
With its stretchy nylon-and-spandex panels, the Kinetic moves with you, keeping your junk in chafe-free place, no matter how many squat thrusts you do. And thanks to an innovative interior pouch, it does so without crushing your balls.
These merino-wool socks absorb sweat, fight foot funk, and—despite a light layer of cushioning—deliver a barely there feel that keeps you light on your feet for jump roping. Bonus: They’re tough as nails.
With a 40% denser heel for max stability on big lifts and a softer forefoot for explosive plyometrics and running, the F-Lite is perfect for HIIT. Toss in soles that flex with your feet during dynamic movements and you’ve got a new training partner.