Workout Accessories Review: Adidas Classic Backpack, Jabra Elite Sport Earphones & Under Armour Compression Shorts

  • Jabra Elite Sport Grey Earphones
    1 / 3 Jabra Elite Sport Grey Earphones

    Block out all the weird and annoying grunts from gym-goers slamming their weights on the floor and listen to your playlist in peace with these cord-free earphones that filter out background noise. With a battery life of 13.5 hours as claimed by the company, you can be assured of a smooth listening journey all the way from pre-workout to post-workout and even on your ride home. And oh, it comes in a cool Lime Green grey colour variant, which would definitely make you stand out from the rest of the gym crowd. Now that’s style. 


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  • Adidas EQT Classic Backpack
    2 / 3 Adidas EQT Classic Backpack

    Make a fashion statement whilst hauling your gym gear with this classic backpack. Designed with the 90’s street style in mind, this roomy backpack comes with dedicated compartments for your laptop and phone and sunglasses, which enables you to transit from corporate drone to gym rat seamlessly. A front zip allows you easy access to often-used items like your wallet, and since it’s made from durable nylon, you can be sure it will stand up to your everyday squeeze in the MRT trains. 


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  • Under Armour HeatGear Armour Zone Compression Shorts
    3 / 3 Under Armour HeatGear Armour Zone Compression Shorts

    This pair features the HeatGear fabric, offering cooling and drying properties that keeps you fresh, dry and cool as you sweat it out during your tabata sessions or when you’re clocking your 21km mileage. Its anti-odour technology prevents the growth of odour-causing microbes, and the 4-way stretch construction allows for greater freedom in movement – the perfect recipe for both gym goers and outdoor warriors. And the print isn’t not just for aesthetic purposes: it strategically targets muscle zones on your legs and thighs, and gives you stronger compression at the specific zones where you need them the most. Goodbye, chicken legs!


    By Nicholas Woo

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