COVER Fash­ion Q&A

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I’ve made a New Year res­o­lu­tion to get fit. I’d rather go with cheaper train­ers and cloth­ing, do I re­ally need to splash out?

Sue McKnight, Don­caster Yours says: The high street is full of af­ford­able fit­ness wear – par­tic­u­larly at this time of year when ev­ery­one is keen to work off those mince pies! Cheaper ranges from the likes of Mata­lan, Tesco and Asda in­clude tops and trousers with clever quick-dry tech­nol­ogy to keep you com­fort­able and cool. You’ll find per­fectly good train­ers in the same high-street shops which are fine for light ex­er­cise. As your fit­ness im­proves you might need to in­vest in a higher-qual­ity footwear – par­tic­u­larly if you start run­ning – but it’ll be worth the in­vest­ment.

Suzi wears: 2-in-1 top, £10, s-xl | leg­gings, £14, 8-18 | train­ers, £16, 3-8, all Mata­lan

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