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7 Gym Slogans to Kick Start Your Workout Regimen


January 8, 2020

Ladies and gentlemen, that special time of year is upon us! Everyone is focusing on their health and fitness more than ever–eating healthier, sleeping better, stressing less (or trying to, anyway). And part of satisfying this part of your New Year’s resolutions list means getting your butt to the gym! But if you’re anything like us, finding the motivation to stick to it can be awfully tough, especially if it’s cold out, you’re tired, you don’t feel like fighting some meat head over a set of dumbbells, or all of the above.

But sometimes the right gear can put you in the right mood to give your workout your all. Here are some of our favorite fun gym slogans:

Beast Mode.

beast mode

This quintessential gym t-shirt slogan is usually block letters accompanied by a picture of the wearer’s favorite beastly superhero or cartoon character. If you’re designing your own gym t shirt, fill in the (picture) blank with your favorite beast to inspire you to let out the animal within on the squat rack.

I Must Go; My Gym Needs Me.

i must go

In a similar category as the above gym t-shirt idea, this gym t-shirt slogan should be accompanied by your superhero of choice. Remember how Captain America suddenly found himself change from scrawny to ripped? Ugh… If only it could happen to us!

Six Pack: Under Construction.

Six pack under construction

Let’s be real–your six pack is about three months and negative six trips to Wendy’s away. That being said, it’s good to have the right attitude when fitness goals are harder to achieve than you wish they’d be. The important thing? At least you’re working on it. You know what they say: “You’re lapping everyone on the couch!”

I Don’t Sweat, I Leak Awesome

I don't sweat, I leak awesome.

For the person who’s freaked out by his or her own sweat, but wants to lose a few pounds. Sweat is an indicator of a good work out! Plus, that’s not sweat pouring out of your body, it’s simply awesome. Or that’s what you can keep telling yourself, at least! But really, take it from us–there’s nothing wrong with a little sweat. Work hard and get the results you want. Just don’t forget to wipe down the bench when you’re done!

Your Pace or Mine?

Your pace or Mine

Dedicated runners deserve a shout out and a t-shirt slogan of their own! It takes incredible mental power to get through an eight-mile run in January (or anytime of the year, really). This shirt works great for someone who runs with someone that’s a littler faster or slower than them. Sometimes, you’ve got to compromise! Especially if you want a gym/run buddy.

Another excellent running slogan t-shirt idea? “Run like there’s a hot guy in front of you and a creepy dude behind you.” Hey, whatever motivates you–run with it! (See what we did there?!)

I’m Just Here For The Savasana.

Just Here for the Savasana

Yogis take their training pretty seriously, but they have their own meditation and pose-related humor. A shirt like, “Yoga? I’m Down Dog” bridges the gap between the truly dedicated and the people who’d like to get up at 5 a.m. for Yoga class before work, but end up making it every other Tuesday at 7 p.m. Another fitting potential t-shirt slogan, “I’m just here for the savasana.” Gotta love that final relaxing pose.

Exercise? I Thought You Said Extra Fries.

Extra Fries

And finally, for when it’s February 1st and you’re over the whole health and fitness thing, just admit the thoughts that are floating around your subconscious. No judgement, here! We’re in the same boat.

If you want to give your own creative flair to any of the above slogans, take a look at Rush Order Tees design tools and design your own gym slogan t shirt! If you have a gym buddy, think about making one for them, too.

Would you wear any of these gym t shirts? Or do you have any along these lines? Let us know!




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