So, how are these new year's resolutions going?
Yeah, we haven't been great either… But it's not because you have missed a few weeks of zumba that you should give up. Going to the gym once a week is better than nothing, and even once a month is better than not going at all.
To make you want to use this gym membership a bit more often, we have found some cool sportsgear you will love wearing (even if it's just to get milk in the shop…)
1. A trendy yoga mat
Terrazo Print Pink Yoga Mat €36 // Oliver Bonas
2. A gym bag we'd like to live in
4505 Puffer Shopper €30.42 // ASOS
3. A pair of joggers for the warrior in you
Khaki Camo Print Side Stripe Joggers €19.99 // New Look
4. Some colourful sneakers
Ultraboost X sneakers €220 // Adidas by Stella McCartney
5. Leggings fit to travel in space
Printed sports trousers €19.99 // Bershka
6. A windbreaker that doubles up as a safety jacket
Windbreaker metallic shell bomber jacket €342 // Heroine Sport
7. A bodysuit that will make you feel like Queen Bey
Metallic Logo Bodysuit €38.00 // Ivy Park
8. A water bottle that reminds you of your favourite cocktail
Green 'Gym & Tonic' fruit print water bottle €15.00 // At home with Ashley Thomas
9. Beautiful sneakers you could use to run
EQT Racing shoes €119.95 // Adidas
10. A muscle reliever
Perfect body muscle therapy €23.00 // this works
11. A sweat shirt so cool you can wear it to brunch
Ocean Drive Burnout Stripe Sweat Top In Green €31.80 // ASOS
12. A pair of leggings for when you have to go straight from the gym to the club
Sparkle Pro Cool cropped Dri-FIT stretch-lamé leggings €63 // NIKE
Beyoncé's popular Ivy Park sportswear line recently dropped its Autumn/Winter collection, and who better to show off the new threads than the woman herself?
The 35-year-old opted to model her new line in a series of recently released photos.
Posing over a floor mounted mirror, Queen Bey modelled various pieces of the collection, including new crop tops, leggings and jackets.
The images show the singer trying a series of yoga poses and stretches.
"I think having a child and growing older made me get more into health and fitness," the star told Elle.
"I realised that there wasn't really an athletic brand for women like myself or my dancers or friends. Nothing aspirational for girls like my daughter."
"I was so specific about the things I feel I need in a garment as a curvy woman, and just as a woman in general, so you feel safe and covered but also sexy."
"Everything lifts and sucks in your waist and enhances the female form," she said.
The Ivy Park line has faced some controversy since its launch, with the athletic wear brands factories being likened to "sweat shops."
Ivy Park vehemently denied the allegations at the time. The new collection is available now from Topshop.