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Welcome to Racked's Fitness Week: five days of workout coverage, so that you can start your New Year's resolutions off right.

The Athleta store on Walnut Street.

Everyone knows that when it comes to taking on a new exercise regimen, gearing up is half the fun. Presented in alphabetical order, these 10 Philadelphia stores have everything the beginner yogi needs to walk into that first session with confidence.


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adorn boutique

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Fishtown jewelry boutique Adorn houses bohemian-inspired accessories, like this fair-trade Patchwork Yoga Bag ($48). The store also stocks handmade jewelry inspired by yoga, and a yoga apparel line is in the works for the spring. Nota bene: If you're a member of Fishtown yoga studio Amrita, you'll score 10% off Adorn purchases of $50+. [Image credit: Adorn]

American Apparel

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Bonus points if you strike a sultry pose like this during hot yoga. [Image credit: American Apparel]

Athleta

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With a location on Walnut Street, this Gap Inc.-owned store has your yoga poses covered with an array of tanks, tops, bras, pants, and yoga accessories. Prices are reasonable, to boot.

City Sports

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Expect yoga apparel and equipment from the likes of prAna, Nike, Danskin, and City Sports' house brand. [Image credit: City Sports]

Eastern Mountain Sports

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Yoga pants, tops, tanks, jackets, mats, water bottles ... You name it, EMS has it—for both men and women. [Image credit: EMS]
H&M's active apparel is bargain-priced, so you won't feel too bad about wasted money if you abandon your New Year's resolution in February. [Image credit: H&M]

Indigo Schuy

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This Chestnut Hill boutique can keep you outfitted for tennis, golf, running, and of course, yoga. [Image credit: Indigo Schuy]

Lithe Method

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You'll find an awesome Philly-made line of studio-to-street apparel at Lithe Method. While intended for the Lithe Method workout, the apparel is appropriate for a wide range of stretch-y activities. [Image credit: Lithe Method]

Lululemon

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Even if you're not drinking the Lululemon Kool-Aid, Lululemon is a good bet for men's and women's yoga apparel that's made to endure those downward dogs. [Image credit: Lululemon]

Marshalls

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It'll take a little elbow grease on your part, but digging through the racks at Marshalls can uncover yoga apparel from desired brand names. A wealth of yoga accessories have a home here, too. [Image credit: Marshalls]

adorn boutique

Fishtown jewelry boutique Adorn houses bohemian-inspired accessories, like this fair-trade Patchwork Yoga Bag ($48). The store also stocks handmade jewelry inspired by yoga, and a yoga apparel line is in the works for the spring. Nota bene: If you're a member of Fishtown yoga studio Amrita, you'll score 10% off Adorn purchases of $50+. [Image credit: Adorn]

American Apparel

Bonus points if you strike a sultry pose like this during hot yoga. [Image credit: American Apparel]

Athleta

With a location on Walnut Street, this Gap Inc.-owned store has your yoga poses covered with an array of tanks, tops, bras, pants, and yoga accessories. Prices are reasonable, to boot.

City Sports

Expect yoga apparel and equipment from the likes of prAna, Nike, Danskin, and City Sports' house brand. [Image credit: City Sports]

Eastern Mountain Sports

Yoga pants, tops, tanks, jackets, mats, water bottles ... You name it, EMS has it—for both men and women. [Image credit: EMS]

H&M

H&M's active apparel is bargain-priced, so you won't feel too bad about wasted money if you abandon your New Year's resolution in February. [Image credit: H&M]

Indigo Schuy

This Chestnut Hill boutique can keep you outfitted for tennis, golf, running, and of course, yoga. [Image credit: Indigo Schuy]

Lithe Method

You'll find an awesome Philly-made line of studio-to-street apparel at Lithe Method. While intended for the Lithe Method workout, the apparel is appropriate for a wide range of stretch-y activities. [Image credit: Lithe Method]

Lululemon

Even if you're not drinking the Lululemon Kool-Aid, Lululemon is a good bet for men's and women's yoga apparel that's made to endure those downward dogs. [Image credit: Lululemon]

Marshalls

It'll take a little elbow grease on your part, but digging through the racks at Marshalls can uncover yoga apparel from desired brand names. A wealth of yoga accessories have a home here, too. [Image credit: Marshalls]