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    31 Fitness Products From Target That'll Improve Your Workout Routine

    Whether you're working out at home or at the gym, these products will help bring your fitness to the next level.

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

    1. A nonslip reversible Gaiam yoga mat so you can change it up a bit between your morning and evening workouts.


    This mat is also latex-free!

    Promising review: "The comfort of this yoga mat is amazing. I purchased this mat to replace a very old mat that was falling apart. And to my surprise this mat is very durable and is very thick. The designs on both sides is great quality, and is very unique." —Karolina2225

    Price: $29.99

    2. A three-piece kettlebell set because you can do all sorts of strength training exercises with them, especially when you have 5-, 10-, and 15-pound options! Plus, they come with their own handy storage rack.


    Promising review: "I love them. So cute, useful and don’t take much room." —Jessie

    Price: $47.99

    3. A set of Gofit power loops if you want to gradually intensify your lower body workouts (#SQUATS) with light, medium, and heavy resistance. #bootygainz

    A model squatting with the three resistance bands on her mid thighs

    Promising review: "I’ve tried several brands of these type of bands, and these are the only ones that have not popped on me! Highly recommend, they’ve lasted me about a year so far." —Ty

    Price: $19.99

    4. A Schwinn indoor exercise bike with 100 resistance levels that's compatible with Peloton and Zwift cycling apps...but is a LOT cheaper than an actual Peloton bike.

    A model cycling on the exercise bike at home

    Promising review: "I did many hours of research to find a bike that had similar features of a Peloton. This bike is the one! On this bike, the resistance goes to 100, built in cadence sensor, heart monitor band and clip-ins. Although the resistance on each bike is different I was able to find a conversion chart to match the app I was using." —Anonymous

    Price: $999.99

    5. A boxing kit with everything you need to add some stress-relieving kickboxing sessions to your workout routine: training gloves, hand wrap, heavy punching bag, and wooden beam hanger.

    The boxing kit

    Promising review: "It came with everything in the picture, and it is worth the money." —5stars

    Price: $122 (originally $153.99)

    6. A portable gym bar to turn your doorway into a home gym. Do your pull ups, sit-ups, push-ups, and dips right at home and avoid that gym-timidation.


    Promising review: "Highly recommend. Well constructed, clever design for a home gym. There are several options to assemble the device that depend on the width and shape of the door frame. Pads keep the device from scratching or marring the door frame. Easily mounted and removed from door." —dj

    Price: $44.99

    7. A Bowflex adjustable dumbbell since you don't have space for an entire rack of dumbbells. Lift anywhere from 5 to 52.5 lb. (in increments of 2.5 lb.) simply by turning the dial!


    Heads up — it's just one dumbbell, not a set. So be sure to buy two if you plan to do bilateral exercises!

    Promising review: "Honestly one of the best fitness purchases I’ve been able to make. Looking for dumbbells of the 50, 40, 30, 20 and 10lbs variety was hard enough. Seemed like I wasn’t able to find any and just base price for those 5 were about 150 not including tax. Since I found these, working out hasn’t been the same. They literally pay for themselves. They go in increments of 2.5lbs starting at 5–25, then 5–10lbs until it hits 52.5 lbs. These are an absolute game-changer. Super easy to use and switching between different work outs with minimal rest time is such a benefit. Definitely worth the buy." —TargetGuest

    Price: $199

    8. A mini vibrating massage ball because taking care of your muscles post-workout is just as important as the actual working out part of your routine.

    a model using the massage ball

    Promising review: "Easy to use! I keep it with me at all times, I have one in my home and one in my gym bag. Great for stimulating blood flow to my shoulders by squeezing ball in hand. Also great for targeting glutes!" —Hayder

    Price: $99.99

    9. A pair of sweat-resistant Bose sport wireless Bluetooth earbuds if you're someone who needs to blast high quality tunes to *really* get into your workout groove.

    Model running with the earbuds securely in her ears

    Promising review: "I give 5 Stars! My husband LOVED these! He says they stay in place while he does his workouts, and the sound in incredible! Would definitely recommend!" —Leslie Sparkles

    Price: $179.99 (available in three colors)

    10. A container of organic plant-based protein powder that makes it easy to hit your protein goals with 21 grams per serving!


    Promising review: "I love this protein powder! Makes my morning smoothie taste great without the common aftertaste! Keeps me full and regular." —Diana

    Price: $17.99

    11. And, don't forget a stylish lilac 28-oz blender bottle for an easy and effective way to mix those protein shakes on-the-go!

    The blender bottle

    Promising review: "First off, I got this because of its color which is even prettier in person. And I love the wire ball, which helps mix shakes on the go great! Best of all doesn't leak! It's a WIN!" —Target Runs

    Price: $9.99

    12. A jump rope with nonslip handles and nonkink vinyl rope so you don't have to worry about pesky rope tangles interrupting your cardio!

    The gray jump rope

    Promising review: "This jump rope is actually pretty nice. Doesn't get tangled up with use, and you can use it quickly too to get a good workout in. It also has adjustable handles to change the size as well, which is a pretty cool feature. Haven't tried it myself (being a short individual) but it's great for taller folks! Great essential workout gear, and has nice grips too." —Momo

    Price: $5.99

    13. An 18" duffel bag with lots of pockets and compartments to store all your gym clothes, workout equipment, and shower stuff...if you're actually going back to the gym in person, that is.

    The red/black duffel bag

    Promising review: "Perfect size! My husband does pool laps at our local YMCA, and easily fits his swim trunks, flip flops, nose plug, and shampoo with room to spare." —Tex Bev

    Price: $25.49 (available in three colors)

    14. A set of sliding core discs for a small piece of equipment that can make a pretty big difference when it comes to those ab exercises — plus, they slide on both carpet or hard surfaces.

    The sliders

    Promising review: "I bought these in an effort to mix up my home workout routine, and they are now a staple in my routine! Lightweight and easy to travel with for on-the-go workouts, Very durable, and they truly work well on any flooring type! I use them mostly for mountain climbers and lunge variations. They add a new balancing dimension to my usual squats and lunges, working new muscles. There are also plenty of floor slider workouts on Youtube if you're unsure what to do. Highly recommend!" —Toomuchshopping

    Price: $9.99

    15. Or, an ab wheel for another simple, yet extremely effective, way to tone your core.

    The ab wheel

    Promising review: "My husband likes to work on his abs with this. He is pretty advanced in his workout game. I’m not, but this helps me still work on my core in other ways that are easier for me. It allows me to build up to where I intend to be." —MamaK95

    Price: $11.99 (originally $14.99)

    16. A 18" foam roller with a textured surface so you can really get in there to massage those muscles and work out those knots.

    Model using the foam roller to stretch her abdomen and shoulders

    It's great for flexibility, reducing soreness and injury, and recovery — a workout essential!

    Promising review: "Great Product! I have the TP 18" hollow foam roller, but this roller is much 'softer' and better for my muscles. I will need to work my way up to the hollow foam roller. Very pleased with the product, the quality, and price!" —Touch2Decide

    Price: $29.99

    17. Or, if you're ready to invest in the next level of foam rolling, a Vyper vibrating foam roller to deliver three speeds of vibration while you roll out those muscles.

    A model using the vibrating foam roller on her hamstring

    Promising review: "Didn't know I needed this until I got it. I have always used a regular foam roller and thought it was helpful. The Vyper is a game changer. Adding vibration to rolling out is genius! I think the vibration allows for more blood flow to circulate to my area of need, thus allowing for more mobility in my body!!" —sportsoccerlove

    Price: $149.99 (originally $199.99)

    18. A Mission Hydroactive large towel if you're in need of something seriously absorbent to wipe yourself down after all your sweaty workouts.

    Model wearing the towel around her neck while hiking

    I have one of these towels, and I LOVE it. It's the perfect gym towel! It's the right size for using in the weight room, but it also has the perfect absorbency for wiping the sweat off my body (and I'm one of those unlucky people who sweats profusely—all. the. time.).

    Price: $17.99

    19. An Apple Watch 6 with cellular if you want a smartwatch that's just as serious about your fitness and health as you are. It tracks your heart rate and workout stats, while also letting you stream music or answer calls/texts without being connected to your phone.

    The rose gold watch

    Promising review: "My third Apple Watch. Love it for my runs and cycles, separate cell service from my phone so no wallet when I go running, hiking, or just left my purse at home and bc I have wallet on it I can still stop by the store on the way home. Oh and the red color is great!!" —Katarina

    Price: $499.99+ (available in two sizes and five colors)

    20. A stability ball that's great for core exercises, prenatal workouts, physical therapy, dancing, and stretching — a versatile addition to your home gym!

    The three exercise balls

    Promising review: "Amazing yoga ball comes with helpful measuring tape to ensure ball is correct size. Love it!!" —Emily

    Price: $14.99 (available in three sizes)

    21. A pair of strength training gloves for an easy way to protect your hands and say goodbye to those blisters and calluses!

    The black gloves

    Promising review: "Fit well, comfortable to do workout. Save my hands from blisters." —Shirt

    Price: $9.99 (available in men's sizes M—XL and a women's version in sizes XS—M)

    22. The original step with four nonskid risers to bring those aerobic exercise classes right to your living room!

    The step with four risers

    Promising Review: "Just what I wanted....The exact step we use at the gym!!!! Very sturdy I use it on the floor with no mat under it exactly how we use it at the gym. It's sturdy no slipping or moving at all. There are thousands of videos online for a great hard core workout... So glad Target had this can do my work outs at home instead of traveling to the gym..." —CJ Rn

    Price: $99.99

    23. A 6' Manduka yoga strap for when you need some extra help with those poses that are just a bit out of reach, or just want an even deeper stretch.

    a model using the manduka yoga strap

    Promising review: "Great way to get a deep stretch! This yoga strap helps me get a little deeper of a stretch and helps me gently push past what I could do without assistance! I end up refreshed and with gently stretched muscles!" —Hmama

    Price: $12.99

    24. A tri-fold gymnastics mat made from 2" thick foam to provide plenty of cushion while you workout (and also protect your floors)!

    The black mat

    Promising review: "Best purchase I’ve made. So comfortable and easy to store." —Rose

    Price: $34.99 (available in two colors)

    25. A Schwinn 810 treadmill that lets you feel like you're running all over the world with 50+ global routes programmed on the digital LCD display screen.

    A lady running on the treadmill and using the digital display screen to show nature scenery

    Promising review: "Quality treadmill. Easy to assemble and seems very durable. Love the wide belt, and it's super comfortable to run on. I was worried this was going to be loud, but it's surprisingly very quiet. The added features are nice and it seemed they really thought of everything! Would recommend to anyone looking for a treadmill." —Js

    Price: $799.99

    26. A workout resistance band set because it's basically a gym in a bag! It's got five color-coded bands ranging from 10–50 pounds of resistance, a door jam, two handles, and two ankle straps, which means you can do pretty much any exercise.

    All five bands attached to the two handles

    Promising review: "Works great, comes in a nice little carrying bag." —Clownbaby

    Price: $21.99

    27. A set of gold-tone 3-pound dumbbells since sometimes having really gorgeous equipment is the motivation you need to actually workout!

    Model laying on ground surrounded by blogilates exercise equipment

    These little beauties are especially great for Pilates or barre workouts!

    Promising review: "They’re soooo pretty! Blogilates really put a lot of thought into the design. Comfortable soft cushioned grip, beautiful pink and gold colors. It makes me actually want to work out!" —Mky

    Price: $14.99 (also available in a 5-pound set)

    28. A pack of 10 clean body wipes for an athlete and trainer approved way to quickly freshen up after a sweat session. Let's be real...sometimes we just don't have time to shower.

    Someone taking out an individually wrapped wipe from their gym bag

    These hypoallergenic wipes are designed for sensitive skin, AND the brand is black owned!

    Promising review: "These body wipes are amazing! These are perfect when your done with the gym, need to freshen up but have no place to shower. Hygiene is super important to me, I always make sure I’m clean and smell good too. I do wish these came with more wipes. Price is good. These are very hard to find in stores for some reason." —Gabiiiadragna

    Price: $9.99

    29. A set of hand grips to increase your hand strength, which can be especially useful if are struggling with arthritis...or opening those darn jars.

    The black hand grips

    Promising review: "Troubled by arthritis, I gave this a try and even my husband stops and uses them a few times a day...I keep them out on a table where we go past, and it is a treat, to say that these seem to be helping already after a month of using them!!! Very reasonable price, shipping too." —exerciseforhands

    Price: $4.99

    30. A three-piece New Balance sweatband set to absorb all your sweat, so you can focus on working out and feeling fabulous!

    Model wearing the headband and two wristband sweatbands

    Promising review: "Love these sweatbands! They do the job and keep the sweat out of my eyes. I can wipe it off with matching wristbands, too. Snug but not too tight." —MP

    Price: $7.99

    31. And, if you're really serious about designing your own home gym, a two-piece Olympic weight bench so you can perform everything from isolated arm curls to free-weight squats.

    Model demonstrating bilateral arm curl on the olympic bench

    Promising review: "I bought this bench purely for the weight bench portion ( and I did not assemble the preacher curl or leg extension portion ). I am very satisfied with the quality. The bench and rack will work great for a home gym to be able to do bench press/incline press and to be able to use the rack as a standalone for squats or military press. Also, one reason I purchased this bench was because the bench detaches and can be stored with a smaller footprint, and you have the option to use the bench for dumbbell press and flys apart from the rack. The seat does not tilt up to a full 90 degrees , but you have options for incline presses. As many reviewers have written, if you are lifting really heavy weights this will be unsatisfactory, however, if you are in the beginning to intermediate range like me ( bench press up to 250 lbs or so) this is a really nice piece of home gym equipment for a really nice price" —Ben

    Price: $259.99

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