Shopping Tips: How to Gear Up Gym Employees and Personal Trainers

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Not every company expects all of their employees to show up in a two-piece suit and nice dress shoes. For some companies, the perfect uniform is a t-shirt, a pair of sweatpants, and some running shoes. So today we're going to take a look at a very different type of work uniform: gym clothes.

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Gym employees typically have a pretty casual dress code -- after all, you don't want to sweat all over your nice clothes. That being said, it's absolutely imperative that every good gym has a set of custom embroidered workout uniforms for every employee. The whole purpose of a gym is to make yourself look good -- it's all about projecting a confident, healthy body image. Personal trainers and gym employees can promote that concept by maintaining a sharp, professional company uniform that's as eye-catching as it is functional.  

For tops, I recommend a short sleeve or long sleeve dri-fit tee, depending on the weather. Indoors gyms or gyms that are situated closer to the Equator can get away with short-sleeve tees all year round. If you're a personal trainer who regularly motivates clients to jog through the city, then you might want to opt for a long-sleeve tee. Of course, you can always complement your workout wardrobe with an embroidered sweatshirt. It may not show off your bulging pecs or your tantalizing curves as well as dri-fit tee would, but it'll keep you nice and toasty during that arduous last leg of your morning run.  

Joggers in Running Outfits

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Custom embroidered athletic pants can add a nice final touch to your company image. Normally I don't spend too much time focusing on embroidered pants, and for good reason. People generally don't pay much attention to the bottom half of a uniform and shirts often hang down over the upper-most portion of pants, obscuring any logo. Putting a company logo on a pair of athletic pants is much more reasonable. When you're at the gym, your lower half is much more prominent with all of the squats, sit-ups, leg lifts, lunges, yoga, and similar twisty exercises.

There will be plenty of opportunities to advertise your brand by tastefully adding your company logo to the sides of gym shorts and sweatpants. After all, those "Pink" shorts have proven just how effective toned tushes can be as a marketing medium.   The one thing to keep in mind is that gym attire for your employees isn't going to fit neatly in a one-size-fits-all package. Male employees will be able to get away with sleeveless shirts, while female employees might prefer sports bras and spandex shorts. Sexy workout uniforms for men will look drastically different from sexy workout uniforms for women.

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