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The newest trend in fitness fashion is from the future—with metallics and electricity motifs to amplify your workouts and your wardrobe.
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SPLITS59Leggings for a whole new breed of athlete are appearing across the fitness universe.

Splits 59 Ginger 3/4 Length Legging ($96, pictured) are inspired by the metallic trend, while the cool panels on the Under Armour Studio Lux Noir Moto Legging ($108) place them aboard a flight to the fashion space-age.

The compression of the Zoot Performance CompressRx Thermo Tight ($110), with a computer-grid pattern, and the Dri-Fit Nike Pro Printed Tight ($90), with a skeleton print, lend stellar performance and fashion features.

 

 

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MichiThe bondage-meets-Bladerunner silhouette of this Michi Empire Bra ($125) and the slightly more modest Lucy Long Run Compression Bra ($40) evoke a tough, “I could do backflips across the room” look. When paired with a Pearl Izumi Infinity Run Shrug ($45) as a warm-up layer, the result is smoking hot.

 

 

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Aiko workout leggings with scale patternCyborgs have the technological ability to dominate nature.

Conquer the elements (or just fitness-fashion familiarity) in these croc-patterned Aiko Duff Lacquered Leggings ($195, pictured).

Pair them with a jacket that can carry the theme, like Under Armour Printed Coldgear 1/4 Zip ($65) or Nike Element Shield Max Running Jacket ($250), both of which are designed to help you prevail over almost any weather conditions.

 

 

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Get amplified. Many of this season’s workout tanks supply the fitness wattage required to kill it in class, on a spin bike, or on a run, like the New Balance Go Anywhere Tank ($38, pictured), Adidas by Stella McCartney Run Tech Fit Tank ($125), and the Nike Stud Burnout T-Shirt ($30).

 

 

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metallic Electric Yoga gym bagAccessorize the cyborg look with cutting-edge gizmos:

The Electric Yoga Ultra-Light Bag ($58, pictured), holds all of your gym necessities.

Zoot Ultra Therm Run Gloves ($25) make your outdoor workouts frostbite-free.

Nike FuelBand ($150) is a data-geek’s necessity for tracking your output.

Sweaty Band Viva Diva Super Skinny Headband ($16) keeps workout hair in a reasonable orbit.

And ToeSox Half Toe With Grip Sock ($15) are ideal for tricked-out Pilates classes and fusion workouts.

 

 

 

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