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    Jan 31, 2020

    31 Products From Walmart That'll Help You Meet Your Fitness Goals

    No gym membership needed.

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    1. A super cushy yoga mat so your palms and feet won't ache during your sun salutations. Plus, thanks to the non-slip material, you won't have to worry about losing your grip mid-downward dog.

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    Promising review: "Can't believe I stuck with my old mat for so long. It was getting worn and I was stunned by how thin it was compared with this one! I have back and knee issues, so I like a little extra cushioning, especially for poses on the floor. This definitely fits the bill and I think the price is a great value." —Mallory87

    Price: $17.99+ (available in 30 colors and patterns)

    2. A 12-pack of Gatorade to ensure that you stay hydrated during all of your fitness endeavors. Each mini bottle is stocked with carbs and electrolytes for what the brand calls "your body's preferred source of fuel."

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    Promising review: "I like the color and the taste and look of the bottle and how easy it is to take the cap off and that the bottle is recyclable and it fits nicely in my grip and it's the right amount to guzzle quickly. —keepingforeveryoung

    Price: $6.27 for a pack of 12

    3. A versatile gym machine that lets you perform a chest press, pectoral fly, lat pulldown, preacher curl, and more. It comes with a 125-pound vinyl weight stack and 330 pounds of resistance, making it a great option for someone looking to work their way up to build strength.

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    Promising review: "Bought this to help rehab myself after a motorcycle accident. It has a small footprint which was one of the factors for purchasing this. " —Willie

    Price: $249.99

    4. A balance board that will help you tone your muscles from head to toe. The simple piece of as-seen-on-TV exercise equipment can be used on your hands or feet to enhance squats, push-ups, oblique twists, and more.

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    Promising review: "It's easy to use once you get your balance — follow the DVD instructions and you will be fine. Give yourself time, it is fun! I can feel it working in just a few days. I feel more toned and I'm just doing basic twists with three-pound hand weights." —CountryBumpkin65

    Price: $19.88 (available in four colors)

    5. An all-encompassing workout bench that features a squat rack, preacher curl, leg extension, and more — aka everything you need for a head-to-toe sweat sesh. FYI: It's designed to withstand up to 300 pounds.

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    Promising review: "Solid structure, sound welds, nice design. High quality merchandise for the price. Better than average, even for a former gym rat. Santa bought it for my 16 and 14 yr. old sons, and I'm glad he did. We have Olympic plates and bars — wouldn't use anything but — and this bench and squat rack is the crown jewel in our home gym. Love it." —sharkeatingman

    Price: $139.99

    6. A set of resistance bands to help you feel the burn sans heavy weights. This set of seven bands features various light, medium, and heavy options that can be used for everything from squats and lunges to enhanced push-ups and clamshells.

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    Promising review: "I love this set of bands! They're easy to use but provide a decent muscle burn! The enclosed exercise cards are perfect for showing you suggested exercises and I especially love the carry bag! Perfect for travel!" —shutterbugger61

    Price: $8.49 for a pack of seven

    7. A Pilates reformer for boutique-quality workouts from the comfort of your own home. Equipped with a rebounder trampoline and pully cables, this machine (which comes with informative workout DVDs) can help you strengthen, lengthen, and tone your muscles with high-intensity, low-impact exercises.

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    Promising review: "Have been going to a Pilates studio and wanted to something at home between studio sessions this machine certainly fills the requirements. Great quality for the price and easy to assemble." —DebDD

    Price: $499

    8. A 40-inch rebounder trampoline to bounce your way to being more fit. Set up the easy-to-assemble equipment in front of the TV and you can work out while watching your favorite shows.

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    Promising review: "Very easy to assemble. It has a strong platform, great bounce, and it's fun for play or exercise." —Pamela

    Price: $64.99

    9. A stainless steel water bottle so you can stay hydrated without increasing your carbon footprint with single-use plastic bottles. Since this bottle comes in a variety of sizes (and because the bottle itself can be girthy), it comes with a handle for convenient carrying.

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    Promising review: "This bottle is so darn beautiful, I've started taking it everywhere and I've actually been staying hydrated for the first time in my life. Water stays cold for ages and the bottle is easy to carry." —see_lag

    Price: $18.74+ (available in four sizes and five colors)

    10. A 100-pound punching bag that will turn your garage into a personal boxing ring. It comes with gloves and tape to help protect your hands, but you'll need to buy a stand.

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    Promising review: "A solid heavy bag all around. Just make sure you have strong hands because this thing is pretty hard. You can also beat it with a bat wrapped in rubber to loosen it up." —Junior


    Price:
    $65.99

    11. An insulated Blender Bottle for cool pre-workout bevs and post-workout protein. The bottle, which features measurements on the side, keeps beverages cold for up to 24 hours.

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    Promising review: "I am very impressed with this cup. I was having a hard time finding a blender cup that was insulated and did not leak. This one does the trick! It kept my shake cold all day and the ice was not even the least bit melted even after six hours. The cup is also very stylish looking." —Katzeyes

    Price: $17.47 (available in four colors)

    12. A set of adjustable dumbbells so you always have the right weight on hand. Each dumbbell can be adjusted from 5 to 52.5 pounds in 2.5-pound increments up to 25 pounds, so as soon as you feel like your starting weight is too light, you can size up to build strength.

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    The dumbbells come with the Bowflex app, which features an extensive library of workouts, a workout timer, and a weight tracker.

    Promising review: "These dumbbells are perfect and they replaced so many individual weights I had. I live in a small apartment and have it all in one it's easier and more practical." —Milana

    Price: $149+ (available in singles and pairs)

    13. A cast iron kettlebell for versatile indoor and outdoor at-home workouts. Whether you swing, curl, or lift the handled weight, you're sure to feel its effects.

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    Promising review: "I've equipped my training studio with these kettlebells ranging from 10lbs to 80lbs. They're exactly what I was looking for. I love the basic gray color — no scuffs or scratches. I love this product! I've been working in the fitness industry for nine years, and these are the best, no-frills kettlebells." —OffTheWallLLC

    Price: $9.99+ (originally $11+ available in 10-80 pounds)

    14. A top-of-the-line NordicTrack treadmill so you can get your run on, rain or shine. The high-quality machine comes with a one-year iFit membership, which offers users dozens of workouts led by top-notch coaches.

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    Promising review: "I have loved having this treadmill in my home. The iFit capabilities are great. There are many different options of workouts within the app ranging from brisk walks to runs and HIIT workouts. The Hawaii walks are beautiful. The treadmill is user-friendly. The screen is easy to function and gives detailed workout details (time, pace/mile, etc.). The incline movement is smooth and gradual and the track provides a smooth run. I also enjoy the tablet attachment for reading, movies, etc. As far as assembly goes, it took us a few hours. You'll want two people to help but it isn't difficult. Overall a great product, I would definitely recommend." —crosbiefam3

    Price: $597

    15. A pair of AirPods for musical distractions sans physical limitations. The compact design fits snugly in your ear, making them a great option for wear during stationary weightlifting sessions and long runs alike.

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    Promising review: "I've had these for a couple weeks and I'm very happy with them. I love the 'hey siri' ability as I use Reminders for my running to-do list. I especially like that I can use one airpod at a time for phone calls, and when the battery wears down, I just swap out to the other ear and put the first one in the case to charge for the next swap. They're very comfortable and I'm impressed with how well they stay in my ears." —loriinbellavista

    Price: $139

    16. A stationary indoor bike so you can get the benefits of your favorite boutique cycling class from the comfort of your own home. The bike comes with shoe harnesses so you don't need clip-ins to ride it.

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    Promising review: "Every part that came in the box was in good condition and nothing was missing. Perfect for anyone wanting to get in shape without spending a fortune." —HappyShopper

    Price: $129.99

    17. A speed jump rope to help boost your cardio endurance without splurging on a treadmill. This lightweight rope is nine feet long, ensuring you won't feel confined to a small jumping space.

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    Promising review: "I've owned several different types of jump ropes over the years and trust me this rope delivers especially at the price! Sure you could buy more expensive jump ropes with all these special features like ball bearings and clips but for an economic rope that does the job and does it well you can't go wrong. I've taken this rope traveling all over the country with me and it gives me a great workout every time. The longer handles make it great to do tricks with it like criss-cross and double-unders." —Derek

    Price: $6.98

    18. An Olympic-grip weight plate that can be used alone for arm raises, shoulder shrugs, and oblique extensions, or paired with another plate for barbell squats and deadlifts. Just remember, if you plan to use your plates on a bar, you'll need two to get the job done.

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    Promising review: "Can't beat the price. Grip holes on plates makes moving them more convenient and easy to hold for certain exercises." —Chris74

    Price: $2.49+ (available in 2.5-45 pounds)

    19. And! A trap bar to pair with the Olympic-grip weights from above. If your goal is to work on your traps, this classic piece of equipment will help you see major progress with continued use.

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    Promising review: "This bar is solid, not hollow, and will hold up to five plates no problem even though it's rated at 1000lbs. I would recommend this bar since it's about $50-60 cheaper than a bar like Troy. You will build the same muscle regardless of this brand versus a Rogue or Troy. Paint is glossy but easy to touch up. It's not powdercoated but still a nice bar." —WattaPunk

    Price: $69.99

    20. A soft medicine ball for hard at-home workouts. Use it for overhead lifts, balance exercises, and ab circuits for a simple-yet-effective workout.

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    Promising review: "This ball is middle to smaller than a basketball but just right and it's cheaper than any other 10-pound ball at anyplace you go to. It's sturdy and built to last — I think it's sand that's in it. It's perfect for lunges or squats. Very happy with the deal I found." —Wolf

    Price: $6.99-$8.99 (available in two weight options)

    21. A two-in-one elliptical and bike so you can switch back and forth between workouts for high-intensity intervals or to simply avoid burning out on one workout. Made with an adjustable padded seat that can be moved up and down and back and forth, you can tailor the machine to your body size.

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    Promising review: "This is my first elliptical experience ever, knee problems chased me off my home treadmill and all signs pointed to this. My go-to cardio has always been running, so I was nervous to make this investment that I may regret. After trying a very similar model in the store, the fit was perfect for my 5'2" frame. The bike is a 'bonus' option during recovery, I was not expecting the butt-kicking workout this thing gives me every time I use it. It sits on my cement basement floor without a mat and there has been no wobble or other trouble. —Lisa

    Price: $169.99

    22. A pair of adjustable ankle weights that automatically enhance any workout — even walks! You can remove the weights to your preference so that you're able to work your way up from one to four weights per ankle, totaling five pounds.

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    Promising review: "It comes with two ankle weights, each one is five pounds and you can adjust the weight because each one has four weights inside. They're very comfortable. I love them when using for exercises." —Enn

    Price: $9.42 for a pack of two

    23. A trigger-point foam roller, because what you do post-workout is just as important as the workout itself. This grid roller is soft yet effective, helping to dig deep, roll out lactic acid, and make tired muscles feel better as a whole.

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    Promising review: "Product is spectacular! I used it at two health clubs and then bought it to use at home." —Stephen

    Price: $44.99 (available in three colors)

    24. A fitness and wellness planner to set goals, record your progress, and journal about your fitness journey.

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    The encouraging notebook is 8.5"x11" and has 123 pages. In addition to offering a place to focus on fitness progress, this notebook has pages for meal planning and water intake, as well as a mood tracker.

    Price: $7.99

    25. A large-faced smartwatch that tracks steps, heart rate, and sleep patterns, and can even be worn while swimming. You can hook the watch up to your phone to receive messages and notifications, as well as to reply on-the-go.

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    Promising review: "I love this watch! I suggest getting screen protection for it but other than that it does everything I need!" —Dani

    Price: $159.95 (available in five colors)

    26. A foot bike for a workout at your desk or from the couch. The easy-to-use gadget lets you cycle while doing the most mundane tasks, ensuring that you stay active even if you're obliged to long periods of sitting.

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    Promising review: "I bought this item to put under my desk at work. I sit in a cubicle almost all day and can often feel lethargic and bored. But this bike has given me enough energy and motivation to get through my day! It was incredibly easy to put together; it only took about five minutes and I didn't even need to use the directions. It fits perfectly under my desk and is so quiet that my coworker who shares a cubicle wall with me can't even hear it." —Operagrl

    Price: $39.99

    27. An old-school ab roller to tone your core and remind you of the good ol' days. The wheel has two non-slip handles for easy maneuvering (well, not easy, but at least you won't lose your grip).

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    Promising review: "I use this product every day and its the only thing that has given me the quickest results in all the right areas." —Venessa38

    Price: $4.87

    28. A mixed-grip pull-up bar that fits over any doorframe for safe and secure exercises sans expensive gym equipment. You can switch up the way you target your muscles based on the way you grip the bar — wide or close — both of which are equally challenging and effective.

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    Promising review: "I was happy that I didn't need any tools to put this together. It seems stable, and I like the different exercises pictured on the poster that comes with it." —Oshenside

    Price: $19.99

    29. A thigh toner for added resistance during clamshell, bridge, and even arm exercises. The device is padded so it's never uncomfortable during use — apart from, you know, the burn it's bound to deliver mid-workout.

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    Promising review: "Some people laugh at The Thighmaster but it works for me and I love that I can use it for different parts of my body. I work out from home and have always had trouble finding ways to work my inner thighs. This works, I love it. And you don't have to get off the couch to use it! What could be better? I'm getting another one for the office." —Spattie

    Price: $6.87

    30. A row machine to enhance to increase your cardio endurance and achieve a killer full-body workout while sitting down. It comes with a large screen to show you how far you've rowed, how long you've been rowing, and how many calories you've burned in the process.

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    Promising review: "Quiet, easy assembly, and smooth glide. Has enough tension adjustments that our entire family can get a work out. Great piece of gym equipment for the price. We love it!" —FamilyFunfor4


    Price:
    $207

    31. A tub of protein so you can chug a muscle-boosting bev immediately after your workout. After all, protein is a key component in achieving fitness goals — and this powder boasts 30 grams per serving.

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    Promising review: "I love the Premier Protein line of products, so when I saw that they had released their own protein powder I was very excited to try it. Needless to say, I was not let down! The texture and flavor are great, and the ability to create my own variety of flavored shakes is wonderful. I highly recommend this product!" —Joel

    Price: $17.99

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