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    37 Fitness Products To Help You Get The Most Out Of Your Workouts

    Equipment, accessories, and services to help you reach whatever fitness goals you've set for yourself in 2022.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A foldable mini trampoline you'll ~spring~ out of bed to use in the morning because it's a super-easy way to get a good cardio workout in while feeling like a kid bouncing away.

    Reviewer pic of the circular trampoline in black with a silver cover around the outside

    Promising review: "I am a fitness fanatic and wanted something to stay in shape during the winter. I love hiking and walking, but living in the Northeast prevents me from enjoying the outdoors during the winter. This has provided me with an excellent opportunity to jog in place, walk in place, and jump to add some fun to it. I find it to be an excellent workout and place it in my living room while I'm watching TV. I haven't had to fold it yet as it is light enough to move around and may even fit in my closet to get it out of the way. I highly recommend this for all ages!" —Paula

    Get it from Amazon for $69.99 (available in three colors).

    2. Quiet Punch — a smart punching bag designed to fit into any doorway in your home, giving you an easy, convenient, and quiet way to release your stress without needing a whole punching bag in your home.

    Quiet Punch

    Quiet Punch is a small biz started to make boxing accessible for all!

    Plus, the punching bag comes with access to the Quiet Punch Play app, which has more than 100 hours of on-demand training and workout routines, meaning even beginners can use this equipment.

    Promising review: "This saved me during quarantine, and I continue to use it frequently. Living in a small apartment, it was hard to find any type of boxing equipment. This fits perfectly, and I like that you can easily take it with you. I love the lunchtime Zoom class and the prerecorded classes, but I also love just practicing and getting out all of my frustrations. Highly recommend this to anyone that likes boxing." —randi s

    Get it from Quiet Punch for $349 (originally $399).

    3. Or an adjustable punching bag set that will be a ~knockout~ addition to your home because it comes with a pair of gloves, so you can ~one-two-punch~ your way to an intense workout and get out some frustration at the same time.,

    Promising review: "I’m not going to lie, I didn’t have high hopes for this product after reading the other reviews. For that reason, I went with the standard punching bag in case it wouldn’t last long — being out of $50 is better than $90! But I really wanted to add this to my home gym for cardio days. I’m really glad I got this because holy hell this is a great workout! I’m still working on upper body strength, but my boyfriend also used this and he has a hell of a lot more strength than I do, and he loved it! He beat the crap out of it, which made me nervous after reading reviews that it doesn’t withstand heavy punches. To our surprise, it passed the test. Overall, it’s great for everyone regardless of strength. You’ll be dripping sweat after doing this! My boyfriend is 6’1” and I’m 5’4” and neither of us had an issue with the height of the punching bag." —Mary

    Get it from Amazon for $57.30.

    4. A dumbbell set, a must-have for anyone who is trying to increase their strength because it comes with a set of 2-, 3-, and 5-pound weights so you can easily grab the next weight up when you realize that you're ready for more of a challenge.

    a set of two, three, and five-pound weights sitting on a black stand

    And with more than 29,000 5-star reviews, this no-fuss, no-frills set is perfect for beginners who don't want to drop a huge chunk of change on weights.

    Promising review: "I've recently started working out at home since I can't do much walking outdoors here in Wisconsin during the winter. Rather than getting a gym membership, I decided to invest in some workout equipment. I've owned these weights for only a couple of weeks, and I'm very happy with them! I've used them a number of times, and they work great. I feel the price is good for the quality, and I will look at ordering others in the future as I get stronger! If you are looking for some hand weights, I recommend buying these!" —Kristin B.

    Get the set from Amazon for $34.99 (available in various weights and set combinations).

    5. Or just a dumbbell rack if you already own multiple sets of dumbbells but don't have a good way to store them. The tiered design ensures that the weights are easy to grab when you're in the middle of a workout and suddenly realize that your 5-pound weights are too light for you. Look at you go!

    Reviewer image of the tiered stand in blue with five sets of weights stored on it

    Promising review: "This is a great holder for my weights. I have five sets of barbells. They were all over in the floor in the way. Now they are neatly in the corner. This stand is heavy duty and sturdy! I put it together myself!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $32.61+ (available in two sizes).

    6. A yoga strap you can use to help carry your yoga mat to class and then to keep a better stretch while you're in class. We love a multipurpose product.

    Alo Yoga

    Promising review: "This is perfect for transporting a yoga mat and for passive stretching. Highly Recommend. I love the color. Thanks Alo!" —Alo Yoga Customer

    Get it from Alo Yoga for $20 (available in 10 colors).

    7. Push-up bars you'll have ~a-round~ for a long time because they'll make doing push-ups on the floor more comfortable and also an even better workout. The handles let you get a good grip and then rotate as you go down, so you don't slip or slide at all. These are also great for anyone who's still working on their push-up game (it's okay, I am too) because they work just as well if you're on your knees.

    Promising review: "I really love these, which was surprising to me. I generally use rings, paralletes, and kettlebells for my workout, and I wasn't sure how effective these would be. I was happy to learn that these really hit your abs, chest, and arms. Doing push-ups with these I gave my biceps more of a workout than I anticipated. They also provide a nice chest workout (while I think dips on the rings is one of the best things, these worked well). These have managed to make their way into my regular rotation of exercises; that's really one of the highest compliments I can give this product. I highly recommend this product." —DDC

    Get them from Amazon for $21.88.

    8. An illustrated yoga mat made from eco-friendly material with extra cushioning for a comfy mat that won't slip while you're in downward dog. Plus, it has an extra-long length, which is great for anyone 6 feet and taller.

    Yoga mat with an illustration of a woman standing on yoga blocks with her head full of curly hair on the ground in front of her
    Toned By Baggedem

    Toned by BaggedEm is a Black woman-owned business started by two sisters to create yoga mats with illustrations of women working out on them. The illustrations are done by their mother. The yoga mat is made from 100% natural rubber with an absorbent layer on top (for any sweat) and is made with extra length. It's ideal for yoga, hot yoga, Pilates, or any other floor exercises.

    Promising review: "It has been years since I have had a consistent yoga practice. I can now credit Toned by Baggedem with my successful return to the mat. And OHHH, what a luxurious mat it is. I feel so empowered every time my feet meet my “Peace of Cake”, and I root into the plush texture. Thank you for creating not only a beautiful product but an uplifting community for myself and my girls."

    Get it from Toned By Baggedem for $64.99+ (available in 3mm and 5mm thickness).

    9. An Obé fitness subscription to turn your living room (or bedroom or kitchen) into a group fitness class with live and on-demand classes that really ~pack a punch~.

    Abby Kass / BuzzFeed

    Oh Obé, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Seriously, I could go on all day about how much I love this fitness program, but I'll try and keep it as concise as possible. I've been using Obé for more than a two and a half years now, and I am still completely obsessed with it and think it is one of the greatest workout programs out there. Since I’ve never belonged to a gym while living in New York, I am a self-proclaimed master of working out at home. I started using Obé and then went back to my old at-home workout and switched back to Obé again because I realized I liked it so much. The classes are a great workout, yet the 28 minutes go by super fast, and I’m not counting down the minutes till it’s over. You don't technically need any equipment for the workout, but you can "level up" with simple equipment, such as a resistance loop, weights, and sliders.

    The live classes are fun and give me a reason to get out of bed in the morning. And the instructors even give shoutouts to people in the class, and it's actually a pretty cool feeling when you hear your name. When I can’t make the live classes, there are SO many on-demand. Obé offers a ton of varieties of classes, including strength, HIIT, sculpt, yoga, barre, and dance. Plus, you can filter classes in the on-demand section, so you can select a low-impact class if you have neighbors to worry about.

    Obé has me challenging myself and trying out new classes. I never would have thought I would enjoy a Dance HIIT or even a regular HIIT class, but now I do them regularly. And I even started taking strength classes in the past year and had to purchase heavier 8- and 10-pound weights, which past-me would be been so shocked about. It pushes me to be stronger and more confident and really has been such a good thing for me in the past year. I feel so strong because of Obé and really encourage anyone to give it a try.

    Get a monthly subscription from Obé for $27/month, $65/quarter, or $199/year.

    10. A Stealth core trainer perfect for anyone who needs a little extra motivation to get a workout in. This genius tool is a video game balancing board where you use your abs to get high scores. How cool is that?!?

    model on the triangular-shaped yellow board with black mats for arms and a phone in the middle

    Don't forget to download the app before you get started so you can play the four free games!

    BuzzFeed Shopping writer Mallory Mower says: "Getting a Stealth board was the very best thing that has happened to me during quarantine. Mixing the fun of games on your phone with the natural endorphins you get from exercising is, to put it lightly, genius. I have two in my home, and my husband and I compete daily to see who can last the longest. My favorite game is the paragliding challenge, he's into the planet-blasting space adventure. Nerd."

    Get it from Amazon for $119.

    11. Or Ring Fit Adventure for Nintendo Switch, if you prefer to play video games. In this game, you explore a fantasy world and battle enemies, all while never leaving your living room.


    BuzzFeed Shopping editor Heather Braga says: "This may seem like a childish adventure from Nintendo, but JEEZ within moments I'm sweating my butt off. To play, you'll place a JoyCon into both the ring con and a leg strap so your movements are monitored. To move through each level you have to physically run in place and each time you 'battle' an enemy you have to do 15 reps of an exercise of your choosing. For example, each time I complete a squat the enemy receives a 'kick.' It's so fun I don't realize I'm working out until the game reminds me to take a break and have some water. It even monitors your heart rate for you. It's more intense than you'd expect!"

    Get it from Amazon for $54.99.

    12. A door anchor made to fit in any closed door to increase the possibilities of the exercises you can complete with a long resistance band. It's the perfect way to do lat pull-downs, seated rows, tricep push-downs, and more exercises without using a bulky weight.

    Bicah By Chloe

    Bicah By Chloe is a woman-owned small biz specializing in creating useful and beautiful workout equipment! To use the door anchor, simply put the ball end between the door and the frame, loop a long band through, and close the door. You'll have an easy and secure piece of workout equipment ready for use.

    Get it from Bicah By Chloe for $10.

    13. A pair of Powerbeats wireless headphones to tune out any noise around you so you can focus on those weighted squats and not the neighbor's barking dog or your partner's latest TV obsession.

    BuzzFeed Editor Emma McAnaw holding a pair of white Powerbeats headphones in her hand
    Emma McAnaw / BuzzFeed

    BuzzFeed Editor Emma McAnaw says: "These Beats headphones have been a real game-changer for me. The sound quality is so much better than my cheap headphones, which has actually really improved my experience at the gym. I find it easier to stay motivated now that my music is *crystal clear* (and I can't hear myself wheezing on the treadmill)."

    Get them from Amazon for $179.99+ (available in six colors).

    Read Emma's full review of Powerbeats headphones here (#4).

    14. Or some bone conduction headphones if you have trouble keeping earbuds in your ears while you work out. These are specifically designed to sit in front of your ears so you can hear your music *and* the surrounding noise while out on your morning run or hike.

    model wears blue bone conduction headphones while running outdoors

    Not only do these headphones have a six-hour battery life, but they are also water-resistant, also have quick control buttons, the ability to change between music and phone calls. Plus, you also get a USB-C charger, portable bag, and earplugs.

    Promising review: "I always have problems finding earbuds that don't fall out of my ears when I run, so these are amazing since they don't go inside my ears at all! I barely feel them on my head, they don't jiggle or move at all when I run, sound quality is pretty good, and I'm glad that I can still hear ambient noise around me while wearing. Highly recommend!" —REI Customer

    Get them from REI for $79.95 (available in three colors).

    15. A Kettle Gryp great for anyone who wants to try a kettlebell workout without having to commit to buying another piece of heavy equipment. This genius device wraps around a dumbbell to transform it into a kettlebell and make it super easy to hold onto.,

    Promising review: "I've recently gotten into kettlebell training, and I've been trying to find 15-lb kettlebells to purchase, but can't find them anywhere. I do have a complete set of dumbbells from 5 lbs up, and with the help of the Kettle Gryp, I can quickly turn the plain vanilla hex dumbbell into a kettlebell within seconds. I really love the versatility of this product and am delighted that I won't ever have to buy kettlebells ever again. These really maximize the utility of my already existing dumbbells and save me tons of money. They are also durable and easy to use. Thumbs up!" —Jonathan G. Smith

    Get it from Amazon for $34.95.

    16. A Booty Kicker because if you've been doing virtual barre classes for a while now, it's time to invest in some equipment to help you balance instead of your kitchen chair. Plus, it folds flat so you can keep it out of sight (and out of mind) when you're not in class.


    And I can't forget to mention one of the coolest features: it has a dumbbell rack at the bottom that fits1-pound, 2-pound, and 3-pound weights. How cool is that?!?

    Promising review: "I didn’t have a chair that’s the proper height so I decided to try this alternative. I like that it is stable enough to use during the workout, but still light enough to pick up and move out of the way when switching between barre and floor exercises. It is bulky, but it easily folds up. It still takes up space when folded, but can fit in a closet, under a bed or even behind our couch. Glad I ordered because I can properly do the workouts now." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $99.99.

    17. Bala Bangles ankle weights to give your workout some ~weight~ and help you increase your resistance while staying comfortable and looking so good while doing it.

    The black weights around a pair of ankles raised in the sky

    Promising review: "Bala Bangles has truly reinvented wrist/ankle weights. I am actually not embarrassed to wear these in public. In fact, I people ask me all the time where I purchased these from. Bala is comfortable throughout the workout and actually intensifies it as well — I thought, 1 lb, no way will I truly be able to tell the difference... WRONG. I often have to take these off halfway into my class because it's that much more challenging. I also travel a ton for work and these are easily packable and great to utilize in my hotel room/gym if I can't make it to a workout class. This is now the second color I have purchased and could not be happier with the product. How someone did not think of this sooner I will never know... But I am glad because Bala Bangles did it right. They are worth every penny. I highly recommend this product to any and everyone." —Jules Lee

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $49 (available in nine colors).

    18. An ab roller wheel for when you're on a ~roll~ and want to strengthen your core even more. The wheel will increase your stability, allowing you to move and use your ab muscles even more.


    Plus, it comes with a resistance band to help get your obliques in the exercises and can hold up to 600 pounds.

    Promising review: "This wheel has had a huge impact on me in just under a week of use. I have been rolling out on this wheel for fifteen reps in three sets every day since it has arrived and already I feel much stronger. I hesitate to say that I am starting to see results in such a short period of time, but I am confident that if I keep up the hard work the results will be obvious." —Ahmad

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99.

    19. A Ubarre weight cleverly made to not look like a weight but super easy to grab and add some resistance to your workout. Plus, when you're done, you can disguise it as a piece of decor on a shelf. Genius!


    Equipt is a small woman-founded brand combining design and functionality into workout gear. The shape of the Ubarre is designed for comfort and utility.

    Promising review: "Ubarre is wild! It targets every area of your body. I have been using it daily and have had the best workout in seven years. I cannot believe how quickly it tones your body." —Brooklyn K

    Get it from Equipt for $149+ (available in four weights).

    20. A stationary exercise bike with the power to transport you to a spin class without actually going anywhere. It has a small design, adjustable padded seat, nonslip handles, adjustable resistance, multi-functional display, *and* doesn't cost a fortune. This may just be the perfect fitness accessory to bring into your home this year.,

    Psssst...If you've been wanting to try a Peloton but just can muster up that price, this is a good way to start. After you get the bike, you can download the Peloton app on an iPad or tablet (or even phone) and attach it to the front of the bike with a tablet holder. You'll feel like a real pro.

    Promising review: "I really enjoy my bike. I am new to spin (never did a class) but loved the idea of it. I knew I didn’t want to invest in an expensive bike without having the experience to know if I like this sport or not. I bought the bike and am hooked. It’s everything I need it to be. The size is fantastic, and I pull up a cycling class on YouTube, and it’s a great workout! I highly recommend it!" —Roshtomom

    Get it from Amazon for $212.49.

    21. Treadly 2 Pro so you can get your steps in, no matter what the weather is like outside. The handrail on the machine can be raised or lowered, meaning you can walk, jog, or even run while staying in the same place. And when you're done, just slide it under your bed.

    Genevieve Scarano / BuzzFeed

    BuzzFeed Shopping editor Genevieve Scarano loves this compact treadmill. She says: "I've been jogging almost daily on this treadmill, and it's been a big help when it's too cold outside and most gyms are closed due to COVID-19. You can walk or jog up to 5 mph, move the handrail up or down (and yes, this means you can walk on the treadmill even with the rail *all the way down on the floor* for workouts), *and* track your daily progress in the Treadly app. Walking and running on this treadmill feels the same as other treadmills I've tried in the past (minus 'the up to 5 mph' feature). What I love about that speed limit though is that it helps me focus on my form when I'm jogging or walking. I'm being mindful of each step and not rushing, so I really enjoy using it for workouts. It's 3.7 inches tall and weighs as little as 77 pounds, making it fairly easy to move around. With two front-support wheels and a folded handrail, it doesn't take too much effort to place it in a corner or stow it away under a piece of furniture, but moving it did require a little work, since I don't have much floor space between my bed and closet. I had to gently slide it out from under the bed, lift it up, and wheel it to the workout corner in my living room. It took me about three minutes, so not too bad!"

    Get it from Treadly for $749+ (originally $849+; available in two styles).

    Read Genevieve's full review of the Treadly 2 Pro here.

    22. A mat towel big enough to fit over your whole mat so your hands won't slip (knocking you out of concentration) while your hold downward dog during a yoga class.

    Anna Kopsky / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "I LOVE this yoga towel. It's thicker than some of my others, which I prefer. I think this is the reason it doesn't bunch up during my class. It stays perfectly smooth. I spray it with water before the start of class and, presto! It's perfect! I don't slip and I don't have to bother with the towel bunching up under my hands or feet. Also, great quality and beautiful colors. Held up great in the wash!" —Monkey's Mama

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99+ (available in four colors).

    And read one BuzzFeeder's full review of the YogaRat hot yoga towel here (#6)".

    23. A P.Volve equipment starter kit that not only comes with a three-month digital membership but also all the equipment you'll need to complete the low-impact functional workouts made to target your muscles.


    The kit includes a p.ball,, 1.5 lb. ankle weights, heavy ankle band, gliders, and a three-month membership. The digital membership gives you unlimited access to the live virtual studio and also a starter program with cardio, sculpting, and recovery videos.

    Promising review: "I LOVE this kit! It's a good mix of equipment that allows for such a variety of classes on the streaming site — both cardio burn and the strength and sculpt. The p.ball is my favorite because it's so unique. I'm so happy with this purchase! I can't wait to add more equipment to my gym!!" —Kelly

    Get it from P.Volve for $99 (originally $129.99; available in two colors). Use code NY30 for that price at checkout.

    24. A running belt that'll hold your necessities so you can focus on breaking your personal record instead of keeping track of whether you've lost your keys.,

    Promising review: "I love this belt! It is super comfortable and sturdy. I bought the belt to hold my iPhone 8 Plus and keys while I run. The iPhone 8 Plus is a tight squeeze but fits even in its OtterBox case. I love the hook to snap my keys on so they stay in place and I don’t have to worry about them falling out. I did not even find the need to flip the belt as my phone and keys felt secure and I wanted easier access to my phone. It fits snugly on my hip and the belt did not bounce around on my run even with my heavy phone inside. All in all super happy with this purchase. Worth every penny!" —Elise V. Ryding

    Get it from Amazon for $23.68+ (available in sizes XXS–XXL and in 13 colors).

    25. An adjustable dumbbells set perfect for anyone who's working on building strength. With this, you'll only need one set of dumbbells, as you work your way up from 2 pounds to 20 pounds.

    The set comes with two dumbbell sticks, one connector, four screw nuts, four 2.2-lb counterweights, four 3.3-lb counterweights, and four 4.4-lb counterweights.

    Promising review: "If you are looking for a weight set that gives you everything from a pair of 5-lb dumbbells to 20-lb dumbbells, this is the kind of set you need. It comes with a great set of options, but the connector that adapts this set into a long bar is a game changer. This was the only set I could find like it, and it is perfect. They are of good quality and seem like they are going to last. I have only had them for a couple of weeks now, and I am very happy with them so far. I definitely recommend." —Red

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in five size varieties and three colors).

    26. Core sliders to give your planks, push-ups, mountain climbers, and more a little extra ~oomph~. You'll be feeling the burn while using these, trust me.,

    Promising review: "I've been using these sliders for almost a month now, and they are great. I have used them both barefoot and with shoes on with no issues. They work well on carpet, rugs, and tile. For the tile, I flip them over so the soft side is facing down, that way nothing gets scratched. So far they provide great results with my workouts, I use them almost every day. They seem so simple and easy, but they provide intense workouts when used properly." —Eric

    Get them from Amazon for $9.95+ (available in five colors).

    27. A Crossrope jump rope set specifically designed with an interchangeable handle and ropes of different weights to take jump roping to ~new heights~. You can use the 1/2-lb and 1/4-lb ropes to target different exercises, including cardio and strength training.


    The set includes a set of slim handles, 1/4-lb jump rope (for endurance and HIIT workouts, 1/2-lb jump rope (for beginners and advanced cardio), a carrying pouch, and access to the free version of the app.

    Promising review: "The Crossrope set has transformed the way I jump. My previous $10 rope just can't cut it like the 1/4-pound, and my upper body loves the burn of that 1/2-pound. These ropes are sturdy, and the set is worth every penny so far. I freestyle jump three or four days per week for 20–35 minutes, and so far these hold up beautifully to the use." —Kristi K.

    Get it from Crossrope for $99 (available in sizes S-XL).

    28. Or just a simple jump rope with a digital counter that's great for beginners who are looking for ways to ~switch~ up your cardio routine while also feeling like you're back in grade school having fun with your friends during recess.,

    Promising review: "I love how this jump rope has both a timer and a counter. This allows me to jump for a fixed length of time without having to check my phone. I usually jump for two minutes every set, and when the time is up the timer will beep to let me know, and then I rest for another minute before beginning another set. Also, it is difficult to keep counting when I am too exhausted from jumping, and I'm glad that the rope counts for me, so I don't have to worry about it. I can keep a very detailed record with these features. Overall this is a nice product, especially during the time of self-quarantine." —Lynda

    Get it from Amazon for $12.70+ (available in six colors).

    29. A mini Pilates ball here to help you engage your muscles more while doing "simple" exercises. Calf raises seem like no big deal until you have to hold this ball between your legs while you do it. This small tool will help you take your pilates and barre workouts that ~extra mile~.


    Promising review: "I really love this Pilates ball. It's super easy to inflate and use straight out of the box. It comes with directions on the different ways you can use the ball, and I found this really helpful as this is a new way of exercising for me. My Pilates instructor suggested I purchase one, and I am glad I did." —kahuna Girl

    Get it from Amazon for $9.97 (available in three colors).

    30. An adjustable weight bench designed with seven back positions and three seat positions, so you can find the perfect position to help you target all areas of your body.,

    Plus, it folds for compact storage!

    Promising review: "I live in a studio apartment and had a full bench that I couldn’t stand looking at anymore. I wanted something just as functional but easy to store. This bench is perfect! I was afraid it wouldn’t be as sturdy as my other bench and that I may not be able to do step-ups safely on it. I could not have been more wrong. This bench is high quality and extremely sturdy. Folds down easily and comes fully assembled. It honestly has blown me away. Worth every penny. Slips right into my closet. With this, my power blocks, and resistance bands I can have a fully functioning gym set up available to me right in the closet of my studio apartment! Wish I would have purchased sooner." —Breanna

    Get it from Amazon for $169.99.

    31. A set of resistance bands made out of fabric that's designed not to roll or snap so you can ~stretch~ your workout and get more out of your squats, lunges, and other exercises.

    Promising review: "I love these bands! They are comfortable, they don't slide around, and they are very durable. The colors are exactly as pictured, with the light blue being the easiest, pink being medium, and purple being the most difficult. I use at least one every day! They come with a little bag for storage, and instructions/exercises. I work out from home, and these bands have really added intensity to my workouts. You can also use them in arm workouts as well. These are definitely worth the money, especially if you are trying to target your hips and booty." —Mother of Dragons

    Get a set of three from Amazon for $11.04+ (available in five color combinations).

    32. Or a set of resistance exercise bands that are each different weights, so you can mix and match them to customize your workout and maximize your results.

    The set includes five bands of different weights: the black is 30 lbs, blue is 20 lbs, red is 40 lbs, green is 50 lbs, and yellow is 10 lbs. Plus, you get two handles.

    Promising review: "At first, I was nervous to use these because I've never used resistance bands in my exercises. But after almost a month of having them, I get the most intense workout, especially since I'm at home all the time now. There are a lot of different strengths in the bands, but I mostly just use the heaviest one (Green). The best thing I use the most is the door stopper attachment. This lets me do a lot of overhead variations of exercises, which keep my heart rate up. Overall, I've been pretty happy with this purchase." —Eric Le

    Get it from Amazon for $22.99+ (available in two color combinations).

    33. A handstand trainer bench meant to help you learn how to do a headstand on your own — while also building strength, flexibility, and balance in other yoga poses.

    model using the wood bench with white cushion on top in a headstand, side plank, seated position, and over their shoulders

    Feetup was founded by a yoga teacher in Germany in 2008 who wanted to create a tool to help people with inversions. It ensures that you have proper alignment while also being supported and comfortable while you work on poses such as headstands and more.

    Promising review: "I bought this as gift for myself only a few days before Christmas and really didn’t expect to see it until the new year. It arrived in 3 days! It was easy to put together and only took a few minutes. I’m a seasoned yogi and RYT200 and wanted it to expand my inversions and home practice. What I didn’t expect was what a great tool/prop it is! There are classes on the app for all levels with a ton of different practices from balance, challenging and twists to yin and chair poses. I already found my muscles were sore in places I didn’t expect. Can’t wait to try out more classes! Oh, and the inversion is SO easy and takes the strain and pressure off your head and neck. I will be enjoying this tool as a new home practice and less in-studio classes." —Jynne

    Get it from Amazon for $135.99+ (available in five colors) or Feetup for $119 (originally $169; available in seven colors).

    34. A TRX suspension training system designed to help you create an intense full-body workout anywhere. All you need to do is anchor the straps to a beam or wall, and you'll be able to get more out of push-ups, planks, and even more bodyweight moves.

    Model using the black straps with handles and loops at the end with their feet through the loops and hands on the ground

    The system includes a suspension training strap, indoor/outdoor anchors, two workout guides, a training poster, and a mesh bag.

    Promising review: "I don't always have the time/inclination to go to the gym, and having this at home allows me to get in a proper workout without leaving the house. It's just a fun way to try new things and use muscles that you wouldn't be able to otherwise. I can't do pistol squats in real life, but I can with this thing! It's incredibly easy to use and to adjust." —Cersar

    Get it from Amazon for $129.95.

    35. A yoga mat with alignment lines on it to help you check and make sure that your body is actually in the proper place for the most benefits during your practice.

    Model in child's pose on top of a purple mat with markings on it

    Promising review: "Wow. Just wow. I came here to write a review because I’m so so happy. I’ve been looking for a yoga mat that was long enough for me (I’m 6 ft barefoot ), a mat that wouldn’t slip if I got sweaty, and a mat that is durable and won’t shred easily like the previous mats that I have owned. The markings for alignment are a huge bonus, as I’ve been really delving into my daily practice and working on forming an alignment. This is a feature that I did not know I needed, and I am so grateful it exists. This mat is also a lot more beautiful texture-wise than it even looks in the picture. It’s also very comfortable. It's not too thin and not too thick! I am just so pleased, and I highly recommend this yoga mat. For the first time today, I did not spill off of my yoga mat during Savasana :) thanks for the quality and the happiness this mat has already brought me!!" —Reya

    Get it from Amazon for $26.95+ (available in eight colors).

    36. A yoga wheel to help you increase your mobility and strengthen inversion as your flow through your practice. It works to not only stretch your back but also release tension along your spine.,

    Promising review: "I absolutely love my UpCircleSeven Yoga Wheel. Before I purchased, I researched many different wheels and decided to choose this one. Let me tell you, I am not disappointed. This wheel has assisted me in so many yoga poses and has helped me to even strengthen my inversions. I am also a private yoga instructor and this wheel even assists me in my classes; whether beginner or advanced, this wheel serves an amazing purpose every time." —Jahnee

    Get it from Amazon for $41.97.

    37. And The Mirror you can seamlessly add to your wall to bring interactive classes right into your apartment while giving you the ability to check your form as you go.

    The rectangle-shaped mirror on a wall with a model on a yoga mat mirroring what the trainer is doing on the screen
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    The mirror brings a fitness studio right into your home. It comes with a wall-mount and stand as well as a companion app. Plus, you can sync the heart-rate monitor or Apple Watch to help you track your workout in real-time. There are more than 20 different types of workouts on the device, including boxing, Pilates, weights, and more. It also tracks your progress so you can try and beat yourself to improve.

    Promising review: "The thing that makes The Mirror a game-changer a combination of the convenience of working out at home and the awesome personal trainers who guide you through your workouts. I can work out whenever I want. and I don’t have to leave the house, and I can take any class I want whether it be focused on cardio, arms, abs, core, legs, etc. There are also tons of classes to give you a lot of variety so you don’t get bored, which is a factor for me so I like that you can change it up. I also prefer instructional workouts and the trainers on The Mirror always come with awesome workouts. I like working out with dumbbells but there is a variety of equipment such as resistance bands, kettlebells, or body weight. The instructors are like personal trainers and are very motivating. They know exactly how to make you move your body with said equipment to get a great workout. Overall, the mirror has been a game-changer for me because I use it way more than any gym I used to go to. I see actual results. It helps keep me motivated, and I feel great." —Shawn

    Get it from The Mirror for $1,195 (originally $1,495).

    Now go and crush those fitness goals! 💪

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