When shimmying into your workout clothes, you send a physical queue. You’re saying to yourself, “It’s time to get busy—to work and sweat and make myself better.”
What you wear matters. If you toss-on ratty gym shorts and that free t-shirt you got at 8th grade basketball camp, you’re not putting yourself into a quality frame of mind.
Environment influences behavior. Change your environment, change your behavior. When you wear a visual representation of how you want to perform, you are more likely to match it. Multi-sport phenom Deion Sanders once said, “If you look good, you feel good. If you feel good, you play good. If you play good, they pay good."
Monetary advantages aside, I agree with Mr. Sanders. Give yourself a boost by investing in athletic wear that’s functional and stylish. You’ll want to use it. You’ll feel confident. You’ll play good.
When you’re ready to upgrade your shorts game, we know a guy who knows a guy. Look good now.