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    If You Absolutely Hate Working Out, Here Are 32 Products To Try

    You can now cross out blisters, overheating, and hanger from your reasons to not work out (sorry).

    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 pair of running socks to help you make sure your feet are properly protected from over-sweating and blistering. These are specifically designed to ventilate, support, and cover your ankles from sneaker chafing. Happy feet = jogging for more than five minutes.

    Reviewer's picture of the ankle-covering socks

    Promising review: "I wear these every time I run and workout. Since I switched to these socks, I have stopped getting blisters on my ankles. I never have to worry about them slipping. It is best to lay them flat to dry." —Mandi A.

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $14.99 (available in four colors combinations).

    2. A set of resistance bands in three different levels of tension that'll cheaply strengthen your arms, legs, and back when you integrate them into your home workout routine. You can use 'em to increase difficulty in yoga, Pilates, and barre, or just to maximize shorter sessions if you only have a few minutes.

    Promising review: "I can NEVER go back to my other resistance bands after using these. My BUTT and thighs KILL me after I use this product (but that's a good thing, I promise). I use resistance bands daily in my workouts, and I love the fact that these bands don't bunch up, twist, and hurt my legs/thighs. Plus, they really are slip-resistant and stay on." —Kori Linae Carothers

    Get a set of three from Amazon for $24.99 (available in four color combinations).

    3. A large Nalgene bottle so feeling seriously dehydrated is no longer what makes you lose steam midway through your workout. It holds ~32 ounces~ and has a narrow mouth opening to make it easier to chug, even if you're mid-run.

    BuzzFeed Shopping reviewer holding a lavender Nalgene bottle, with a caption that it's the best
    Rachel Dunkel / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "This water bottle is made of excellent quality; it's so durable! I love the spout as well, because it helps me drink more at a time than a smaller spout bottle. I bought this to help me drink more water throughout the day and I have been doing wonderfully! It has helped so much. A tip for someone who isn't a water drinker, and who does not want to feel like they're force-feeding themselves, label the bottle by times (ex: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., etc.) that are most convenient for your daily schedule and drink that amount of water by that time on the bottle." —Kandice

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99+ (available in 13 colors).

    To learn why my BuzzFeed Shopping team colleague recommends this, check out "Here's Why I Won't Stop Telling People How Much I Love My Nalgenes."

    4. A nonslip yoga mat for having something a heck of a lot comfier than your floor when following online workouts. It's extra thick and super absorbent, meaning even if you sweat your tuchas off, this'll stay safely in place. Plus! Having something cushiony to lean on helps you reduce painful straining on your wrists, ankles, and back.

    Anna Kopsky / BuzzFeed

    A BuzzFeeder reviewed this for BuzzFeed Shopping, because she swears by it!

    Here's a little bit of what she has to say: "I've been practicing traditional hot yoga a few times a week for a little over a year now, and because the room is over 100 degrees and we could slip from our own sweat, we're all required to place towels over our mats during class. I've tried quite a few different towels over the last year, and unfortunately some will move out of place, distracting me while I try to balance — and making me nervous that I may fall and hurt myself! This seriously has made me improve so much more during my practice, because I'm able to focus on my actual poses instead of getting slightly anxious that my yoga towel won't stay in place during what is supposed to be one of the most relaxing parts of my day. I have a lot of yoga products I bring with me to class, but this is the most vital one!"

    Get it from Amazon for $25.99+ (available in five colors).

    To read the rest of her review, check out "Just 11 Things You Might Want To Try In October."

    5. A Ring Fit Adventure game that'll help you shake up your workout routine if your biggest problem with it is that it feels super mundane. Exploring a new fantasy world + defeating enemies (through exercise!) > pretending to want to plank.

    The game's avatar running down a cartoon path

    This is compatible with Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Ring-Con Grips. My BuzzFeed Shopping colleague loves using this as way to shake up her workout routine!

    Here's what she has to say: "I've also been using this game as a way to supplement my trips to the gym. 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 $144.75.

    6. A muscle roller stick, because this'll help you reduce soreness in a faster amount of time, rather than spending the next week avoiding working out due to rubbery legs.

    Reviewer using the muscle roller stick on their leg

    Promising review: "So I started reading about how breaking up tissue in your muscles will help with with recovery time. Whenever I do leg day workouts, I am sore for about a week, sometimes longer. I have tried (and purchased two) foam rollers in the past, and it just seemed like some medieval form of torture every single time I would do it on my quads. After seeing some guy in the gym looking like he knew what he was doing with something like one of these, I decided to look on Amazon for one. I purchased this roller and I love it. It has cut back on my recovery time from seven days to now usually three days. Pleased with my purchase, and highly recommend it." —Matt Faulkner

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    7. A portable personal blender so you can fight late afternoon slumps with the energizing power of delicious smoothies. Your berries have a surprise for you: you DO have the energy to tackle lunges after work.

    BLUEBERRIES, GIVE ME STRENGTH. Plus, this is shatter-resistant, dishwasher-safe, and comes with an ice cube tray and funnel!

    Promising review: "This blender is amazing! I am a yoga teacher and always on the run, which sometimes makes it hard to eat well. I bought this after reviewing quite a few different options and I am SO glad I did. It fits well into my gym bag, is surprisingly quiet when in use, and holds a charge really well. The blades are very efficient and I’ve had no trouble blending up ice or frozen fruit. Seriously cannot recommend it enough." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $36.99+ (available in four colors).

    8. A high-impact sports bra designed specifically with DD+ breasts and high-impact activities in mind for finally saying adieu to discomfort while exercising. They have smooth body-wick fabric to keep you cool, built-in ventilation panels, and wide shoulder straps. Now the only thing that'll be painful about working out is those damn burpees.

    Reviewer in the grey sports bra

    Promising review: "I've been on a sports bra search for years and years and I've finally found one I'm happy with. I usually wear a 42-44DDD bra and I ordered the 42F, which fits perfectly. I could literally do jumping jacks. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I'VE EVER ONLY HAD TO WEAR ONE BRA!!! YOU KNOW WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT!! I even did a 10K in this thing with no problem." —RW

    Get it from Amazon for $21 (available in band sizes 34-50, cup sizes C-J, and seven colors).

    To learn more about this, check out "This Wire-Free Sports Bra Will Make People With Big Boobs Say 'Where Have You Been All My Life?'"

    9. A hands-free dog leash that'll make it easy to bring your pup on runs. Your jogs will feel more enjoyable now that you have your best friend in tow, and they just might challenge you to break your record.

    Reviewer's dog on the hip bungee leash

    Plus! You won't have to worry about pulling thanks to its bungee cord, but it *does* come with extra handles for control so you can gently guide without breaking your stride.

    Promising review: "This is an excellent, well-thought-out design. It is excellent for walking or running or whatever exercise you do with your dog. It accommodates large and small dogs. The handles are padded which makes them comfortable and will relieve stress on your hand. The clasp locks so the belt will not unclasp and allow your dog to run off. I really liked this design and highly recommend it. It's worth the money, for sure. —dallasndillonsmomTop

    Get it from Amazon for $16.89.

    10. A pack of extra-strong hair ties, because these are actually made for keeping thick, heavy locks out of your WAY when lunging, jumping, stretching, and everything in-between. So long, sweaty mess distractions.

    Model with thick hair running while wearing the hair tie

    Promising review: "I have very thick hair and I’ve always had problems with hair ties staying in my hair. Even the 'nonslip' ones never stayed put. These are the only hair ties ties I’ve ever used that actually stay, even during a workout. These won’t disappoint!" —Eiffel Y.

    Get a pack of 20 from Amazon for $7.59.

    11. A pair of high-rise biker shorts so you can actually stay nice and cool during extra-tough workouts. Nothing like being drenched in your own sweat two seconds into planking.

    Free People

    Promising review: "So soft, so comfy! Perfect for working out or lounging!" —danielle_m

    Get them from Free People for $68 (available in women's sizes XS–L and 17 colors).

    12. A stretching strap for properly stretching your muscles post-run — important! Why, you ask? This can improve flexibility so you feel capable of tackling even more athletic endeavors ( I come) in the future.

    Reviewer stretching their legs with the strap

    Promising review: "I'm the least flexible person in the world. All my muscles are constantly clenched, because I sleep knotted up in a ball and keep all of my stress stored safely in my muscles. I could pop a hamstring just standing up straight. BUT, this thing is amazing for stretching, especially if you are not naturally stretchy. Sometimes I just lie on the floor of my living room and stretch while watching TV. I hate exercise, but stretching with this strap saves me from crumbling to the ground in a pile of snapped tendons. It also helps in yoga, another workout I like based on the amount of lying down." —theworldofdale

    Get it from Amazon for $15.95.

    13. A rotating timer that'll help you break up workouts, instead of rushing through the whole thing. Try one full minute of crunching, then take the next minute to rest. You'll feel so much more prepared for each challenge when you take a few seconds to catch your breath.

    Yi Yang / BuzzFeed

    It can also help you time out each challenge so you're not counting in your head.

    Promising review: "For someone who does almost all of their shopping on Amazon, I write incredibly few reviews. I need to take a few minutes to write this one, though. This has become one of my favorite purchases ever. It was meant to help me 'chunk' time into blocks to make me more productive. It works. It works well for bookending when studying and needing to force yourself into breaks to help the material absorb. For the month I've had it, I've been more productive and enjoyed it more than ever. My purchase history now shows that I've bought three, because I've sent them as presents to friends." —Laurie

    Get it from Amazon for $18.99 (available in four colors).

    Check out my BuzzFeed Shopping colleague's review for this in "Just 10 Things To Try In November."

    14. A pair of compression socks, because these'll relieve muscle cramps and promote better oxygen and blood flow through your legs — aka you're less likely to give up mid-run. Not only will these keep you from stopping, but they'll actually help you push FURTHER than usual. Seven mile record, here we come!

    Reviewer wearing the knee-high compression socks

    Better circulation = less soreness. They even have shock-absorbing toe and heel cushioning, and moisture-wicking fabric! They're also great for preventing leg soreness for people who work on their feet all day.

    Promising review: "I’ve been wearing compression socks to work for years and loved them, but these are the first pairs of compression socks I’ve tried for running. I had been having some leg cramping on my long runs so I decided to try them and will never go back to short athletic socks again. I love the lack of fatigue I get from the pressure from these socks and the decrease of post-run pain. I will be wearing these when I cross the finish line at my first marathon this October!" —jamerz82

    Get them from Amazon for $7.95+ (available in men and women's sizes S/M–XXL and 13 colors).

    15. A pair of pushup stands so today is the DAY if you've never done a full pushup (you're not alone). These'll evenly distribute your weight to reduce both pressure point and joint pain in your wrists and elbows — now what you once thought was impossible is POSSIBLE.

    Model doing push-ups with the handheld stands

    They'll also engage more muscle and increase strength in your arms, shoulders, chest, back, and abs. As someone who still does pushups on bent knees, this is a miracle-worker.

    Promising review: "This little simple piece of equipment takes a very simple exercise (push-up) and turns it into something working literally most of your upper body. Quality is fairly high, and they are expensive looking. My girlfriend and I both have used this for three weeks now, and initially she could only do a couple, and I barely squeezed out eight. Yes, it is that difficult if you aren't used to this type of exercise. After day one, I literally felt muscle soreness in muscles I didn't know existed (the deltoids in particular). 21 days later, my girlfriend was up to 10 push-ups and I was up to 22. That's 10 times more than day one for her, and almost three times as many for me. I'm also getting more defined arm muscles, and upper body." —TheRaceIsLong

    Get them from Amazon for $28.99.

    16. An extra-loud alarm clock for actually waking up in time to go on runs before work. Why, you say? This has no snooze feature. That's right. If you're one to always "accidentally" sleep through your window of opportunity, today is a new day. Mainly because there's no way you're falling back asleep after hearing this ringing.

    Reviewer's picture of the white alarm clock with two bells

    This was MADE for heavy sleepers — the ringing is LOUD.

    Promising review: "OMG. Seriously, I am that person who can sleep through six iPhone alarms and an iPad alarm and never even hear them! So much so that I was worried about losing my job, because I couldn't hear them anymore. Well. There is no worry of that anymore, as long as I set this every night! It is such an 'alarming' alarm! There is no snooze. And you can't physically NOT hear it. If you have a hard time waking up like me, set this and get your booty out of bed when it goes off!" —Rebecca S

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99+ (available in five colors).

    17. A rapid egg cooker or peanut butter packets that'll let you always have easy, protein-packed snacks on hand so you have plenty of energy when it's time to hit the yoga mat after work.


    You can make hard-boiled eggs at the beginning of the week and keep them in your fridge as an easy, filling snack! OR fuel up on peanut butter packets — reviewers even eat 'em alone!

    Promising review (for the peanut butter packs): "I love getting these PB packs, but they are usually twice the price at the store. If I watch here, I can get them for a ridiculously better price than at my local store. The taste is great, with just a touch of sweetness, and they're easy to eat at my desk at work. I eat these because they are high in protein and are much cheaper than a protein bar that would have a similar amount. Plus they're easy to toss in my purse or lunch bag for the office." —Patricia Ferdig

    Get them from Amazon: rapid egg cooker for $19.99+ (available in five colors) and a pack of 10 Justin's peanut butter packets for $8.60.

    18. A subscription to Obé Fitness, because this'll give you access to your favorite kinds of boutique workout classes, even if they're currently unavailable IRL. If you need a group setting to motivate you, you can join live classes where the instructor can see you and talk to the whole class!

    The Obé Fitness instructors

    I've been using this to workout at home, and I love it! But I do the class replays so I'm off-camera 🙃. There are tons of classes to choose from, and the instructors are great. Honestly, the biggest difference between this and my old Pure Barre classes is that I'm alone in my living room (which is probably for the best. I sweat...a lot). You can also use it for running, HIIT, strength-training, and cardio.

    Start your subscription with Obé Fitness for $27/month, or $199/year.

    19. A large yoga ball pretty enough to keep it front and center in your home...meaning you'll always have it *right there* to squeeze in some crunches. And! It'll increase difficulty in abdominal workouts so you get the most out of even just a quick session.,

    It comes with one stability ring, two resistance bands with carabiner, one quick inflation foot pump, a set of plugs and stopper, and one workout guide.

    Promising review: "This replaces the gym for me. I use it with my booty bands and foam roller and makes a complete workout for me. I got it in purple which is my favorite color. I really like the fact that I can use the base to stabilize the ball. The workout guide booklet has awesome exercises. I sometimes use it as a desk chair which helps makes my back muscles stronger." —azadeh keyvani

    Get it from Amazon for $38.19 (available in three colors).

    20. A pair of 3- or 5-pound dumbbells so you have the perfect amount of weight to lift if you're a beginner. They may SEEM light, but believe you me, two minutes into your video and these'll make you feel 🔥the burn🔥. Anything heavier will be too much.

    Model with the three-pound weights

    They may seem light at first, but when used *during* a workout they get HEAVY.

    Promising review: "I have other brands of dumbbells, but these are my favorite. I have both sizes. They feel really comfortable in my hand." —Karen

    Get them from Target: three pounds for $5.99 each and five pounds for $8.99 each.

    Check out "11 Dumbbell Moves You Should Know To Start Lifting Weights" to learn beginner-friendly weight-lifting routines!

    21. A fitness tracker with all-day activity monitoring for setting personal goals and tracking your overall progress. It'll show you the impact of your workouts through steps and miles ran so you can show off your hard work to everyone 💪.

    Reviewer wearing the fitness tracker

    You can also make calls and get message notifications, set alarms, track your heart rate, steps taken, miles run, AND your sleep patterns. Best of all: it'll remind you to move if it thinks you've gotten a little too committed to Netflix.

    Promising review: "I received this tracker a couple weeks ago. I got the pink one and it is a perfect color. I started using it and found that the heart rate monitor and step counter are surprisingly accurate. I like the extra workout settings so when I go to the gym I can select the option I want. There’s no downside to this product. It charges fairly quickly and easily — you just use any USB charger. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for that ideal 'Fitbit' product but doesn’t want to spend an arm and a leg!" —SindyLee

    Get it from Amazon for $27.99 (available in five colors).

    22. A doorway pull-up bar that'll bring intense workouts right to your living room — aka you can set personal goals and work on them just inches from your couch. Heck, do a few during a commercial break.


    You can also install it to do sit-ups or crunches. It comes with removable hand grips.

    Promising review: "I'm a huge fan of this bar. I've seen all the videos of people falling on their face while using pull-up bars. I weigh around 170 pounds and this has had no problem holding my weight. I've moved three times and as long as you don't lose the screws it still works great, easy to install and easy to remove the bar without having to remove screws. It's a great buy for those who want to do a home workout!" —Brian K

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    23. A pair of boldly-printed bike shorts to help you keep cool during high-intensity workouts, no matter how many fire hydrants your instructor asks you to do (😭). Not to mention these are so cute, you just may feel more motivated to hit the mat.

    Model wearing the bright blue, red, and yellow graphic bike shorts
    Rochelle Porter Design / Etsy

    Rochelle Porter Design is an Atlanta-based, Black woman-owned lifestyle brand that designs vibrant and unique clothing, accessories, and home decor — all inspired by Rochelle's artwork. Everything is sustainable and ethically-made with eco-friendly materials.

    Get them from Rochelle Porter Design on Etsy for $42 (available in sizes XS–XL). '

    24. A pair of weight straps, because you can wear 'em either on your ankles or wrists to add an extra challenge to beginner exercises for manageable growth. Always crushing your leg lifts now? Time to add weights 😈.

    Model wearing the strap-on ankle weights

    Promising review: "I LOVE THESE!!!! I am recovering from an accident and am very limited as to what I can do for a workout. You'd think just adding four pounds (two pounds on each leg) couldn't do much — but let me tell you, IT DOES!!! I have felt strength and activation in my leg muscles that I hadn't had strength in in a very long time, and that's only with one use! I or anyone else using these will have to actively and consistently exercise to see permanent results of rebuilding atrophied muscles. But this is DEFINITELY a great tool to help in that! They are very comfortable, easy to put on, and they stay in place once you secure them." —Reddalop

    Get them from Amazon for $23.99+ (available in two weights and colors).

    25. A pair of anti-chafing bands so you can protect your precious thighs while running. Welcome to a world where your legs *don't* feel like they're on fire every time you run — look who's making it to mile three!,

    Promising review: "I have a pair of the lace ones that I've loved wearing underneath my dresses and skirts. I just purchased the non-lace ones to wear when I run, because the seams of my shorts rub in this humid weather! These worked freaking FABULOUS for my run, and stayed in perfect place (I ordered size C!) They were so much cooler than compression shorts or spandex, and kept the sticky thighs away from each other! Definitely give them a try! I know I appreciated not having to be constantly readjusting my shorts!" —Michaela

    Get them from Amazon for $18.95+ (available in six women's sizes and 17 styles).

    To learn more, check out "These Anti-Chafe Bands Are Gorgeous, Comfortable, And Will Save Your Thighs."

    26. A dateless wellness planner for making it easier to plan your workouts and set personal ~fitness goals~. It combines meal prep, exercise, and self-care so you can think big picture, making it feel more manageable to stick with your new routine.

    The wellness planner

    You can log fitness goals, weekly meals, and even hours of sleep! And! There's a "How I'm Feeling" scale to track your overall wellbeing.

    Promising review: "I love these! I'm using the daily spots for food accountability and bottom sections for vitamins and exercise accountability. It's great for keeping me on track. I actually punched them and placed them in my planner." —Kimberli Burnett

    Get it from Amazon for $11.95+ (available in eight styles).

    27. A bodyweight workout poster that'll break down popular poses so you can learn what moves feel best for you — and then work your way up to challenges. Feeling ~strong~ about reverse crunches? Time to master donkey kicks!

    The bodyweight poster

    Promising review: "This is an easy way to see all the different workouts you can do. I like that it has the same workouts on both sides, one side so that you can post it horizontally, the other side so you can post it vertically. It is laminated very well, so it should hold up no matter where you use it." —C in Florida

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    28. A pair of lightweight, stretchy leggings, because not only will these keep you cool during even high-intensity workouts, but reviewers say these are just as good if not BETTER than Lululemons. They *also* boast moisture-wicking fabric to keep you dry and focused.

    Promising review: "I have searched high and low for a so called 'Lulu dupe' and these are the closest thing I have found. And let me tell you, I am picky. Great quality and fit! The fabric is buttery soft (although more silky than the Lulu Align pant, but I personally love it). They have great compression, but still super lightweight. They fit true to size. I am a size 4 in Lulu and ordered a size small in these and they fit perfectly! If you are debating on getting these...just get them, you won’t regret it!" —Paige

    Get them from Amazon for $24+ (available in women's sizes XXS–XXL and 20 colors and patterns).

    29. A cooling towel so you can fight overheating when you're *so close* to finishing your fifth mile. Just soak it in cold water, wring it out, and it's ready to get you back on ~track~.

    The blue cooling towel

    Promising review: "I use this towel for pretty much everything now! It has kept me cool during my gym workouts, and makes all my hikes and camping trips much more enjoyable since I’m not burning up in the sun. I wish I could rate this product even higher because of how amazing it is." —Mike Grady

    Get it from Amazon for $14.97 (available in four colors).

    30. A metallic side-tie tank top for staying comfortably cool (and trendy!) while attempting your first at-home HIIT class (is it normal that I'm already panting?). It's a lot easier to feel motivated when you're *not* a human slip and slide.

    Model wearing the peach-colored metallic tank with side knot

    Promising review: "Breezy and perfect for summer workouts. It's a great workout top; if you want it to look like the model, I would size down!" —Taylor

    Get it from Target for $16 (available in women's sizes 1X–4X).

    31. A pair of wireless Beats headphones that'll seriously upgrade your workout experience — so long, tangled wires. These have a clever ear hook so you don't need to worry about them falling out, sound *crystal clear*, and are sweat-resistant. They're definitely a splurge, but will make a huge difference every single time.

    Emma McAnaw / BuzzFeed

    Here's a part of my review for these splurge-worthy bbs: "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 while working out. I find it easier to stay motivated now that my music is *crystal clear* (and I can't hear myself wheezing). . They can hold a charge for a pretty long time, as long you always store them in their charging case. I usually use them for a full work day without needing to re-charge them. Plus, they're really comfy in my ears and never fall out, thanks to their clever hook design (if you have comfort issues with Apple headphones, these will probably feel better)!"

    Get them from Amazon for $249.95 (available in four colors).

    Check out my full review about why I love these so much in "Just 10 Things To Try In March."

    32. A water-resistant fanny pack, because now you can keep your phone safely tucked by your side and blare motivating music while you push yourself one more mile. Cardi and I know YOU. CAN. DO. IT.

    Reviewer wearing the belt in pink

    It can also hold keys, cash, WHATEVER. It has an adjustable belt, plus its neoprene material is water-resistant so your items will always stay dry.

    Promising review: "I am new to running and hiking. I go out alone most of the time and sometimes drive to where I'm going to run, therefore need somewhere to keep my car keys, etc. I found this and really love it! It stays in place and I don't really feel like it's there while I workout." —Sara Sullivan

    Get it from Amazon for $11.97 (available in five colors).

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