Gear Guide

When you’re gunning for that killer workout but only have a half-hour to fit it in, HIIT’s your answer. HIIT is designed to push you to your physical and mental limits in a compressed timeframe. You do HIIT because you’re efficient, you’re intense, and you want to get into peak physical shape and still have time to eat, sleep, and work.

When you’re grinding this hard, not a second can be wasted worrying about whether your gear will be able to keep up with your workout. We curated the gear that will let you focus on your workout without thinking about if it will be able to stand up to the challenge.

Key Considerations:

  • Versatility: A HIIT class moves quickly, and you’re going to need gear that can move with you through every exercise. From med ball slams to burpees and battle ropes, your gear is going to need to be able to handle it all with ease.
  • No-Bunch: There’s nothing that will ruin your momentum more than having to adjust your clothing every five minutes. Do yourself a favor and invest in a kit that’ll stay where you want it to the entire workout.
  • Odor-Control: It’s a deadly combination: you’ll be dripping in sweat and surrounded by other people. Don’t ruin the workout for them.
  • Sweat-Resistance: Wet gear slows you down and leaves you uncomfortable. When every second counts, you don’t want a single thing getting in your way – including yourself.

The Shirt

When you’re trying to make it through a 45-second block, you want to be able to focus solely on the work that’s in front of you. Ten Thousand’s Lightweight Shirt will be your second skin. Constructed with premium featherweight performance fabric and permanent anti-odor treatment, it wicks sweat, dries fast, and gets out of your way to ensure that the only thing you – and those around you – are suffering from is the workout itself.


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The Shorts

Every HIIT class is different, but what always stays the same is that these workouts are dynamic, fluid, and force you to switch gears quickly and efficiently. You need shorts that can stand up to the short bursts and high intensity, and Ten Thousand’s Interval Shorts are the perfect fit. With their four-way stretch for max range of motion and ultra-wicking shell, they will stay light, comfortable, and cling-free in even the sweatiest workouts.



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The Shoes

From all-out cardio blocks to dynamic strength movements, you’re going to need a shoe that can absorb impact from high-intensity cardio, provide cushion during your weight circuits, and support rapid multidirectional movement. It had been nearly impossible to find a shoe that could do this all until Nike created a shoe designed specifically for circuit training and HIIT classes. The Nike Air Zoom SuperRep covers every element of class – from your warm-up circuit to your cool-down – without skipping a beat.



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The Hydration

The right gear goes beyond what goes on your body; it’s about what goes in your body as well. And It’s simple: you aren’t going to be able to max out if you aren’t properly hydrated. NUUN Sport tablets replace the minerals and electrolytes that are lost while you’re grinding hard, giving you the extra gas you need to get through those final sets.



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The Support

You may be feeling on top of the world after your muscle-shaking, heart-pumping workout, but the work doesn’t stop once you leave class. To get the most out of your classes, invest in a sturdy set of resistance bands that will help you build stabilizing muscles on your own. This Spri Superband fits the bill perfectly. They're relatively inexpensive, super portable, and will be a key to level up your performance in class. There's a reason they are a physical therapy staple.



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