Get in gear to give your good intentions a welcome kick-start
Cava out, cardio in. We've all got those good intentions but by February that "new start" is suffering from a serious downturn.
Your devotion to fitness is undoubtedly flagging and your gym membership card already gathering dust, so step up your motivation levels with a new fit kit.
You will be able to flex your fashion muscles and get one step closer to those visions of Jessica Ennis's abs.
Following a golden Olympic year, sportswear was still at the forefront of designers' minds, with catwalks firmly clinging on to the athletic vibe for spring/summer 13.
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So if the workouts come to a standstill, you can always recycle your kit for an on-trend 2013 sporty look.
Time to make the treadmill your style runway.
A sports kit is a whole different ball game for those who get their fitness fix in the great outdoors.
Cotton is an absolute no-no as it absorbs heat and moisture and keeps it clinging to your body.
In the winter months, look to multiple layers of lightweight breathable clothing.
High-tech "wicking" fabrics help cool your body more efficiently and expel moisture.
When you are pounding the pavements, stinky old trainers just won't do.
See a footwear specialist to assess your running gait and seek a pair with soles equipped for the terrain you're running on.
You will be nicknamed Speedy Gonzales in no time.
Think of your kit like a motivational cheerleader.
Get off the starting blocks by investing in a sports bag so cool you'll want to have it swinging over your shoulder as much as possible.
Put yourself on the fast track to a lean body with go faster stripes, zingy brights and lashings of supportive lycra that will get you bounding out of the gym changing rooms.
Banish the bounce with a supportive sports bra. If you have a bigger bust, avoid the generic "small", "medium" or 'large' and look for a style that's made for your individual size for the ultimate workout partner.
Those who are right at home in a studio or, well, your own living room, can be a lean mean machine in the right togs.
Forget layers and poise in super-soft cottons and silk mixes.
Whether it's yoga, Pilates or yoga-lates, your workout routines are all about stretching and flexibility so comfort is key.
The term body-skimming might seem scary but baggy clothing can be revealing and obstructive when you're hovering in Downward Dog position.
But go too tight and you'll restrict your full range of motion. Get the balance just right with clean simple lines that gently hug the body so that you (or your instructor) can keep a check on your alignment.
If the only exercise that you're doing is strutting like a supermodel then high-tech sporty details probably aren't top of your priorities.
Win gold medals for your take on the sports luxe trend with catwalk-inspired detailing.
Monochrome, as seen in abundance at Alexander Wang S/S13, is the athletic colour palette to jump through hoops for.
Look for traditional gym shapes such as jogging bottoms or gym shorts in surprising fabrics, like leather.
You might as well take advantage of the fact that you won't be breaking out in a sweat – unless you spot a 50 per cent off sign.
Bridge the gap between trainers and heels with a pair of wedge trainers. They're comfortable and sporty – but definitely not made for sprinting.