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    If You Absolutely Hate Working Out, You Need To Try These 32 Things

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    1. A pair of anti-blister socks with heel and toe padding, because you can only run so far (if at all) when your sneakers are digging into your heels. Happy feet = jogging for more than five minutes.

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    AND! They're made of merino wool for anti-odor properties (plus breathability) and feature compression at the arch and tight elastic at the top to prevent dirt. Your feet will stay dry, odor-free, and safe from blisters. Bless.

    Promising review: "After a long hiatus from running, I recently took it up again — slowly. I'm impressed! I really like that you can choose an almost custom size sock. It really makes such a difference that the sock feels snug and you don't worry about it sliding around in your shoe. There is just enough give to let your foot flatten and do what it needs to do without pinching or without stretching the sock out of shape. The merino wool makes for a soft feel, while helping to keep your foot dry and blister-free. While I've only been using them for a few days, it is obvious that these socks are made to last. They are very well-constructed." —Jules

    Get them from Amazon for $15.95+ (available in sizes XS–XL and six colors).

    2. A set of resistance bands in six 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.

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    Promising review: "These are the best resistance bands that I've ever purchased. I've had them for awhile and they have held up to daily use by multiple people (my family). I love the fact that they don't feel like they have lost any elasticity. I use them three times a day and they have really helped. You gradually work your way up to different levels. This is a great buy if you need an exercise routine you can do from home. You can work every muscle in your body with these bands alone." —Cassie

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in two color combinations).

    3. A non-slip yoga mat so you have something a heck of a lot comfier than your floor when following online workouts. It turns out crunches ARE possible when your spine isn't resting on hardwood.

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    It's obviously also great for yoga, both at home and in class!

    Promising review: "I'm a yoga newbie so I did a lot of research trying to decide on which mat to purchase. I decided not to go for the big bucks until I'm more committed. In the meantime, I chose this mat which I think this an amazing value. It's extra long, not too thick or thin, and has a nice sturdy yet springy feeling. I'm very satisfied with my choice and I highly recommend it for yoga or any type of exercise!" —Karen W.

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in two sizes and 12 styles, with or without strap).

    4. A portable personal blender for fighting late afternoon slumps with the energizing power of delicious smoothies. Your berries have one message for you: you CAN make it to the gym after work and you are NOT too tired.

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    BLUEBERRIES, GIVE ME STRENGTH. Plus, this is shatter-resistant, dishwasher-safe, and comes with an ice cube tray and funnel! ANDDD it's quiet, so you'll feel comfortable making your smoothie at work before *gulp* the gym.

    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).

    See what won best blenders on BuzzFeed Reviews.

    5. A pack of extra-strong hair ties, because these are designed with thick, heavy locks in mind to keep your pony out of your WAY when lunging, jumping, stretching, and everything in-between. So long, sweaty mess distractions.

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    Promising review: "I have very thick hair and I’ve always had problems with hair ties staying in my hair. Even the 'non-slip' 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.

    6. A pair of Bluetooth headphones that'll keep you in the zone thanks to their impressive sound quality and around-ear cushion design for an ~immersed environment~. Staying focused with Beyoncé > wondering if everyone is watching you. Answer: they're not.

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    Our wireless headphone testers for BuzzFeed Reviews say these are surprisingly comfortable for extended wear — which is great, because they boast 13 hours of playback time.

    Promising review: "I waited over a month to write this review, because I thought there was no way these headphones could actually be this good for the price. But I use them all day every day and I have never been more impressed with headphones under under $50. I have sensitive ears with headphones and am super picky, but these are so comfortable I can sleep in them. Noise reduction is great when something is playing. Overall definitely worth the buy, highly recommend." —Whitney O'Neil

    Get them from Amazon for $29.99+ (available in eight colors).

    See why these won best lowest-priced wireless headphones on BuzzFeed Reviews.

    7. A fitness tracker with all-day activity monitoring so you're gently reminded to get your butt moving when you've been procrastinating on the couch all day. You'll be more excited to see three miles on your watch than five steps.

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    You can also make calls and get message notifications, set alarms, track your heart rate, steps taken, miles run (lol), 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 bought this for my daughter so that she can track her steps. I figured this would be a great alternative to a Fitbit. So far it has worked out great. It motivates her to stay active and compete with her friends on how many steps she can take in a day. With school being out that is really important!" —jessica palmaccio

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

    8. A tub of whey protein powder for canceling demotivating hanger episodes and feeling more energized to tackle even the most intimidating boxing class. A pre-workout shake with this means you are kicking that punching bag's BUTT.

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    You can also use it as a *post* workout shake to help your muscles recover! This is 100% grass-fed and growth-hormone free.

    Promising review: "This product is amazing, I love the fact that it doesn't contain any other ingredients apart from just whey. I have used this product for about two weeks now and I love how I can add it to any type of smoothie, as this is unflavored and it makes smoothies creamy and delicious. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is looking for an allergen-free protein powder." —Ricardo Perez

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99+ (available in two sizes and five flavors).

    9. And! A fun BlenderBottle to drink your protein shake on-the-go so you don't run late to your strict barre class. It turns out instructors aren't terrible after all — you were just incredibly hangry.

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    I KNOW I'M NOT DOING PUSHUPS CORRECTLY. Leave my noodle arms alone.

    Promising review: "The amount of comments I get about this thing at work...I usually drink protein shakes in it. It works well with no issue. I have also had hot water in this thing with soap just to do a full cleaning and turned it upside with the cap closed and had no leaks — not in my backpack or just sitting there. I have had cups that seem to be leaking from the cap before. That's not any fun when your at the gym and you're cleaning that stuff up." —Kyle & Megu

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in four styles).

    10. A pair of Nike running shoes, because these'll help beginners ~hit the ground running~ by combining stretchy mesh and a lightweight midsole to make your jogs feel more natural.

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    Their lower foam density helps your feet feel connected to the ground, while their asymmetrical lacing system placed on the side relieves pressure on your instep. These are perfect for anyone running up to three miles!

    Promising review: "Lots of cushion on my running shoes were causing my knees to hurt! These have the perfect amount of cushion for a comfortable run. So far I’ve worn them for three mile runs and all day to run errands; they were perfect on both occasions." —Jandraa

    Get them from Nike for $84.97 (originally $100; available in sizes 5–12 and five colors).

    Not ready to splurge? Try these popular lightweight sneakers ($16.99+ on Amazon; available in sizes 5.5–13 and 25 colors) that are perfect for beginners. They have ~breathable mesh~, non-slip rubber soles, and bend to move with your feet.

    11. An ab roller that'll intensify your at-home routine by adding resistance to your movement *and* activating both arm and core muscles. If you usually only have time to work out for a few minutes, this'll help you make the absolute most of it.

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    Plus! Its extra-wide wheel ensures stability.

    Promising review: "I had been pretty inactive for about six months, but started working out four to five times per week and incorporating home ab workouts with this. I've used it about three to four times per week for the past six weeks and I have noticed a drastic improvement in my core strength and ab definition. I also do occasional ab workouts at the gym with other exercise routines, but this has been a great supplemental tool to work on my core. I would recommend to anyone...especially if you're tired of doing sit-ups!" —Scott

    Get it from Amazon for $34.40.

    12. A pack of racerback sports bras designed specifically for DD+ breasts and high-impact activities so you can say ta-ta to discomfort while exercising. They have smooth body-wick fabric to keep you cool, built-in ventilation panels, and wide shoulder straps to make the only painful thing about working out those damn burpees.

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    ANDDDD an elasticated hem, reflective detailing, and a high-coverage cut to keep everything ~under control~. According to their size chart, this ranges from 28B-32B—38E-44DDD.

    Promising review: "I was out shopping all weekend for a good sports bra and couldn't find anything that fit me well and was supportive enough. I took a huge risk buying these, but the reviews were great and I was not disappointed. I followed the size chart and it fit as expected. I am a nursing mom and I'm currently a size 36DDD. I ordered an extra-large. I wear these for heavy workouts, so for some light cardio, jumping, and lifting. These bras are perfect. There is enough compression so I feel like I'm not going to bounce all over the place, but not so much that I feel squished. The fabric is very comfortable and the colors are beautiful — just like pictured! Plus, how can you beat the value? I will definitely buy more in the future or recommend to anyone." —mgillis

    Get them from Amazon for $14.99+ (available in sizes S-3XL and in five bra combinations in packs of two, three, or five).

    To learn more about this, check out "Thousands Of People Swear These Are The Best Sports Bras For Big Boobs".

    13. A pair of compression socks for making sure you don't give up mid-run by relieving muscle cramps and promoting better oxygen and blood flow through your legs. Not only will these keep you from stopping, but they'll actually help you push FURTHER than usual. Seven mile record, here we come!

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    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 sizes S/M-XXL and 13 colors).

    14. A dateless wellness planner, because this'll make it easy 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.

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    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 $10.95+ (available in 10 styles).

    15. A doorway pull-up bar that'll bring intense workouts right to your living room — aka if the thought of paying pricey gym bills is holding you back, this'll make at-home routines e-f-f-i-c-i-e-n-t.

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    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.

    16. A pair of mesh-panel biker shorts so you actually stay nice and cool during spin class. Nothing like being drenched in your own sweat two seconds into cycling.

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    Get them from Forever 21 for $19.90 (available in sizes 0X–3X).

    17. A stretching strap for properly warming up, meaning your muscles won't feel distractingly tight the whole time you try to run. AND! When used post-workout, they can improve flexibility to make you feel capable of tackling even more athletic endeavors (yoga...here I come).

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    It took a long time for me to accept this, but stretching really *does* improve your performance, especially with running. Now that I use this, my muscles don't cramp up the minute I hit the treadmill!

    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.

    18. A set of exercise cards, because personal trainers seem to cost more than all the royal corgis combined. These'll guide you through an effective workout and make you target e v e r y t h i n g — chest, legs, arms, tush, you name it.

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    These are especially great if you want a break from workout videos! It comes with 50 cards: 10 stretches, seven workouts, and a goals and guide card.

    Promising review: "Like many of us, I know I should warm up and stretch before and exercise and cool down and stretch after exercise. Also like many of us, I don't tend to have a good exercise routine or even the best knowledge of what or how to do it, or even the creativity to be able to mix things up. These cards have helped with that. Each card features a picture of an exercise, a description of how to properly perform it, recommended number of reps, and rating for level of difficulty." —Lance

    Get it from Amazon for $19.97 (also available in Spanish).

    19. A pair of three- or five-pound dumbbells that'll SEEM light, but believe you me are the perfect amount of weight for beginners. Two minutes into weight-lifting exercises and these'll make you feel 🔥the burn🔥 — anything heavier will be too much.

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    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 $5.49 each and five pounds for $8.49 each or a set of three pairs of dumbbells from Amazon for $29.99+ (available in three weight combinations).

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

    20. A muscle roller stick so you can reduce soreness in a faster amount of time, rather than spend the next week avoiding the gym due to rubbery legs.

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    It massages your muscle tissue to relieve pressure points and reduce soreness.

    Promising review: "I started jumping rope at the age of 64 as it's about the only cardio I can do as my knees are so messed up. It is a bit tough on your calves if you have never jumped rope before. Your calves get very very sore.

    This product helped so much with my sore calves so I use it before and after I jump rope, as it has helped immensely. Great product." —martin gingell

    Get it from Amazon for $9.59.

    21. A pair of high-waisted leggings with POCKETS for a) staying cool during even high-intensity workouts and b) having somewhere to keep your phone so you can play music. They boast moisture-wicking fabric to keep you dry and focused.

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    Promising review: "I am a Lululemon fanatic and particularly love the Align pant (which retails for $85+), but can't afford or rationalize buying tons of them. I found these the other day and ordered them in size small, red. These remind me of the Align pant so much! They are cut almost identical. Mine are not see-through, even when squatting. I actually kinda want to cry thinking about how much money I wasted on the pants at Lululemon when these are an excellent substitute for a fraction of the cost. If you're a Lulu lover, you should really give these a chance!" —Ariel Parker

    Get them from Amazon for $14.98+ (available in sizes XS–XXL and 38 styles, with and without pockets).

    See what won best workout leggings on BuzzFeed Reviews.

    22. A marbled exercise ball, because this'll look pretty enough in your home to keep it front and center...meaning you'll always have a gentle reminder to squeeze some crunches in. And! It'll increase difficulty in abdominal workouts so you get the most out of even just a quick session.

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    You can even sit on this instead of your couch while watching TV for some subtle core strengthening. Check its size chart to pick the size best for supporting you!

    Promising review: "This exercise ball is amazing. I've been using it for less than a week and I can already see a difference in my ability to do sit-ups when I'm doing them with the ball. It comes with a handy pump, which is a small workout in itself. It comes with extra plugs and a tool to easily remove the plug when you want to deflate the ball." —Chill

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99+ (available in sizes S–XL and 15 colors).

    23. An app called Aaptiv that'll get you into SHAPE thanks to certified trainers, specialized programs, classes, and motivating playlists. Basically if the thought of working out stresses you the @$#*! out, this will take you by the hand and make it totally manageable (and maybe even...fun?)

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    There's seriously every kind of class you can think of, like beginner's yoga, strength and conditioning, marathon training (lol), and "walk to run one mile" (for beginner runners)!

    Try a free 30-day trial for a 12-month membership of $14.99/month (billed annually).

    Check out a BuzzFeeder's full review in "10 Life-Changing Things To Try In July" (#7).

    24. An extra-loud alarm clock so you actually make it to that morning workout class. Why, you say? This has no snooze feature. That's right. If you're one to always miss your 8 a.m. and get hit with cancellation fees, it's a new day. Mainly because there's no way you're falling back asleep after hearing this ringing.

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    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).

    And! If you have trouble falling asleep, try natural sleeping aid supplements with melatonin, valerian, and passion flower ($20.94 on Amazon) for getting a full eight hours without morning grogginess.

    25. A breathable open-back or crossover active tank for staying comfortably cool while attempting your first pilates class (is it ok that I can't touch my toes...?). It's a lot easier to feel motivated when you're *not* a human slip and slide.

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    Get the open-back top (left) from Forever 21 for $9.90 (available in sizes XS–L and three colors) and the crossover top (right) from Torrid for $16.79 (originally $34.90; available in sizes M–6X).

    26. A pair of pushup stands, because today is your DAY if you've never done a full pushup (you're not alone). These'll evenly distribute your weight and reduce pressure point and joint pain in your wrists and elbows to make what you once thought impossible POSSIBLE.

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    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 $29.99.

    27. 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 track after work.

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    You can make hard boiled eggs at the beginning of the week and keep them in your office 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 three colors) and a pack of 10 Justin's peanut butter packets for $5.81 (also available in a pack of 150).

    28. A pair of weight straps so you can wear 'em either on your ankles or wrists to add an extra challenge to beginner exercises for manageable growth. Always crushing the stair machine now? Time to add weights 😈.

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    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 $17.99+ (available in seven weights and colors).

    29. A vacuum-insulated water bottle for staying hydrated (important!!!) with ice cold H20. It sounds simple, but taking water breaks will keep you on-track and motivated (especially if your gym is always hot).

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    Promising review: "I absolutely love the bottle that I received! I have been using this bottle since day one and have not had any issues or complaints. I was amazed at how well this bottle kept my water ice cold and even more amazed at how long it kept ice in the bottle (about 24 hours sometimes more). Granted the bottle did not stay full of ice, but to see that there was still remnants of ice left was pretty astonishing. It was also really nice to have the outside of the bottle not sweat or get cold to the touch so it was easy to hold and carry." —jkim023

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99+ (available in six sizes and 43 colors).

    See what won best insulated water bottles on BuzzFeed Reviews.

    30. A Dagne Dover duffle-inspired bag, because this will leave you fresh out of excuses for just getting ready *after* working out in the morning. It's compact, but can fit everything (looking at you, bulky hair tools) thanks to its many, many pockets. And! It's stylish so you don't feel like you're ruining your work outfits.

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    This bb has pockets GALORE to keep everything tidy and organized — much-needed dry shampoo included.

    Promising review: "I love, love, love this bag! Overall, it's an excellent bag for work, gym, or overnights. I hate carrying a purse, lunch bag, laptop bag, etc. and this is an all-in-one. My favorite part is the compartment for my coffee mug/water bottle! I'm considering buying it in another color and a larger size for extended trips!" —Lexi0x3

    Get it from Nordstrom for $95+ (available in extra small, small, medium, and large in multiple color combinations).

    I use this bag every day as my gym bag and I LOVEEE it! To learn more about it, check out my full review in "8 Things You Should Buy Because Your Closet Is Hungry".

    31. A pair of anti-chafing bands that'll 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!

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    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 $16.95+ (available in six sizes and 17 styles).

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

    32. A running belt bag so 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.

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    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 love my Dimok running belt. I used it to run a half marathon and had never run with a belt before. I was able to keep my phone, keys, tissues, gum, and energy goo close to me. It was easy to get in and out of, and I barely even noticed it while running. I would definitely recommend." —Marisa Everett

    Get it from Amazon for $10.97+ (available in five colors).

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