Lust List

Welcome to my lust list! A page full of dreamy fitness buys which I may or may not buy for myself… updated as regularly as possible!


  1. I love pale blue workout gear, and this Under Armour technical hoodie is currently a steal on ASOS at £18. Available in all sizes at time of writing. Under Amour Hoodie, £18, ASOS (was £36)
  2. I love, love, LOVE the Pulsin raw choc brownie bars, and now those minxes have gone and released a salted caramel flavour. Pulsin bars, £13.59 for 9
  3. I recently popped in to SpaceNK as I had a £5 voucher, but even if I’d had to pay full price I still would have snapped up this heavenly yoga mat spray. Mama Mio Liquid Yoga Space Spray, £19.50, SpaceNK
  4. My hair is never long enough to scrape all of it back into a ponytail, so I rely on hairbands to keep my hair off my face. These ones from Under Armour don’t budge. Under Armour hair bands, from £7.99 for 6 (depending on colour), Amazon
  5. I know it’s not very exciting, but the Sweaty Betty seamless athlete vest is a key part of my workout wardrobe. Long line and super soft, plus it goes with ALL of my crazy leggings. Athlete vest, £35, Sweaty Betty
  6. Anyone who knows me knows I love Yoga with Adriene, and this gorgeous t-shirt is available in her store. Totally worth international shipping and probably around £14 worth of customs fees. Find What Feels Good, $24
  7. At this time of year I regularly get bitten to pieces when out running. However, thanks to these mosquito bracelets I’ve been nibble-free so far. It’s the citronella that puts the creepy crawlies off. Mosquito bracelets, £10.99 for 10, Amazon
  8. I’ve always had problems with my stomach thanks to the awesomeness that is IBS, but a daily glass of the Collective Dairy’s Kefir has been helping. The coconut and honey is by far my favourite. Kefir, approx £2.50, Sainsbury’s
  9. I’ve wanted some SKLZ Slidez Functional Core Stability Discs for ages. Gives you loads of options of exercises to work your glutes and core. Amazon, £21.99