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    38 Great Fitness Products To Help You Work Out During The Winter

    Doorway pull-up bars, chic wrist weights, and more equipment that'll help you exercise indoors all winter long.

    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. Resistance bands that are perfect for squats and won't roll up or snap mid-workout. These babies will stay in place on your thighs, thanks to anti-slip material and a body-hugging fit.

    Promising review: "I love the fact that these are nonstick and don't bunch up or down in your workouts. A huge peeve of mine was when the rubber resistance band twirled up or down during an exercise. These stay on you, but don't stick to your body, giving a more comfortable workout and performance. They're also thick enough to keep steady on leg raises or kickbacks." —Giuseppe Valentino

    Get a three-pack from Amazon for $13.98 (available in three color packs).

    2. A punching bag set because you need a healthy stress outlet *and* a workout that'll get your arms in amazing shape. It even comes with gloves, so you can easily create your own boxing setup in your bedroom or living room., Amazon

    Promising review: "This is great for stress relief and I get a good cardio workout. I don’t think heavy hitters would get a good workout from this, however my husband did punch it will all his might and the bag did not fly off, so that’s good. I’m going to try using it as a target during my cardio boxing classes instead of just punching the air." —KB

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99.

    3. Adjustable Bala Bangles that'll add a lil' resistance (not to mention style) to your virtual fitness classes. These bracelet-like babies weigh 1 pound each, but they'll help boost strength whenever you're doing cardio or strength training.

    Elizabeth Lilly / BuzzFeed, Amazon

    Just wrap them on your wrists or ankles for a little workout pick-me-up.

    BuzzFeed editor Elizabeth Lilly loves these bangles and said: "I've bought, used, and then promptly forgotten about wrist/ankle weights before but I ADORE these. They're really nice looking (as you can see) and I've never had trouble with them coming off my wrists or ankles during HIIT workouts." Read more of her Bala Bangles review (it's #7).

    Get them from Amazon for $49+ (available in 11 colors).

    4. Or a pair of weight straps to wear around your wrists OR ankles if you want to level up movements. You'll definitely feel the burn while doing arm raises or leg lifts on a mat. 🔥

    Model wearing the strap-on ankle weights

    You can order these weight straps in different sizes from 1 pound each to 5 pounds each!

    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 $9.99+ (available in seven sizes).

    5. A pack of dumbbell exercise cards that'll mix up your indoor training routine with weighted planks, thrusters, and shoulder presses galore. You'll never know what's coming up next in the deck and your arms, legs, and core will be like, "Hello, where have you been all my life?"


    Not about dumbbells? No worries, because there are other exercise card decks that focus on bodyweight movements, gym equipment, and resistance bands.

    Promising review: "I bought these to get some new ideas to mix up my gym routine. I got a lot of new ideas from these cards. Some were reminders of ones I already know, but there are a bunch of really interesting ones that I've been mixing in. The countless combinations you can create is making my workouts more fun and motivating." —Paisley

    Get it from Amazon for $17.97 (available in 11 volumes).

    6. A large yoga ball because it'll fit perfectly in a closet or under a desk and be accessible for quick core workouts. It also comes with two resistance bands, in case you want to hit your arms and abs at the same time., Amazon

    This piece of equipment comes with the following: one stability ring, two resistance bands with a carabiner, quick-inflation foot pump, a set of plugs and stopper, and an illustrated 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 $34.79+ (available in six colors).

    7. A doorway pull-up bar that'll let you complete crunches, sit-ups, and pull-ups in basically any doorway indoors. You can install it higher *or* lower on a doorway for the exercises you want to do. There are also removable hand grips, so you won't be sliding and slipping in between reps.


    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 (available in four styles).

    8. A compact, foldable treadmill so you don't have to cancel cardio workouts on rainy or snowy days. Run with the riser up or switch it down if you want to walk. It also doesn't make a lot of noise, so your neighbors won't hear every step you take.

    Promising review: "The shipping took a little while but the company was very responsive. The treadmill is everything I was looking for in a small foldable treadmill to have in an apartment. It works for my girlfriend and for me to be able to either walk while watching TV or if we use it for full workouts to walk and jog. It is very quiet and has been a lifesaver during a time when we are not able to use a public gym." —George

    Get it from Amazon for $399.99 (available in seven colors).

    9. Core sliders for days when you want to give your abs the ultimate treatment. Your transverse abdominis and obliques will be *on fire* after using these helpers for planks, push-ups, and mountain climbers.,

    Promising review: "These gliding disc core sliders have been working out great! They are definitely taking my workouts to a new level and making me use my core like never before! You can definitely feel the burn while working out with them and target muscles that don’t normally get as much attention!" —Coleen

    Get them from Amazon for $10.95 (available in five colors).

    10. A pair of fitness gloves because your hands need a little protection from blisters and calluses. Slip these babies on for weight training and pull-ups and crush your workout with ease.

    Model slips on gold and black fitness gloves on their hands

    Powerhandz is a Dallas-based company focused on athletic training and rehabilitation products. Cofounded by entrepreneurs Danyel Surrency Jones and Darnell Jones, Powerhandz aims to help fitness enthusiasts improve their workouts.

    Promising review: "I've had my gloves for four months now. They offer a superior fit, help protect my hands while working out whether I'm doing pull-ups or intense dumbbell or kettlebell training sessions. If you're working out, it is time to invest in some Powerfit Training Gloves." —Powerhandz Customer

    Get them from Powerhandz for $38.24 (available in sizes S–XXXL).

    11. And a Kettle Gryp that'll give your sweaty hands a lift during strength-training workouts. Place it around a dumbbell, close it up, and bam, you're good to start working out. Dropping weights will be the least of your worries now.,

    Promising review: "Love this for my home gym. Dumbbells are expensive and kettlebells are even more expensive, so I was intrigued when I saw this attachment. It's hard plastic and feels good in the hands, it's what I expected. I use this grip to do kettlebell swings, squats, Romanian and straight-leg deadlifts, and other basic exercises. Happy with my purchase and glad I can use the dumbbells I already have." —Lauren J.

    Get it from Amazon for $34.95.

    12. A FP Movement tank for basically every type of home workout: Yoga? Check. Treadmill? Check. Virtual barre class? Check. Ribbed material and light compression will help your chest stay comfy and supported while you exercise.

    model in light yellow v-neck workout tank and yellow skort
    Free People

    Promising review: "I wear this tank to bed. I wear this tank under my scrubs at work. I wear this tank at the gym. I wear this tank everywhere. I haven’t worn a bra for months because this tank is so comfortable. I just can’t take it off!" —Free People Customer

    Get it from Free People for $40 (available in sizes XS/S and M/L and in 16 colors).

    13. A colorful yoga mat that'll take your practice to the next level. It's made with a nonslip material, so you can actually stay in poses instead of slipping and sliding around.

    Reviewer flexes foot on peacock-print yoga mat indoors

    Promising review: "I've always had problems with various mats. It has been a goldilocks problem. Either it is too thin and my knees hurt from too much contact on hard floors or it is too thick and don't make good contact for standing poses or I feel 'caught' in the mat as I'm doing flow. The 5-mm thickness is just right. It provides enough padding to save my knees or even my hands in downward dog but not too much to inhibit my practice. After six uses I can say I highly recommend this mat." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99 (available in 41 designs).

    14. Or a patterned yoga mat with an ultra-absorbent top layer that will help you move from pose to pose without slipping. It's cushioned to support your bod and it won't get all icky, even if you're sweating a lot during your practice.

    Model carries rolled-up blue, yellow, and purple-patterned yoga mat in a black strap across their shoulder
    CultureFit Clothing

    CultureFit Clothing is a small business that specializes in high-performance activewear. From gorgeous yoga mats to moisture-wicking Capris, you'll find so many pieces of clothing and equipment for your fitness routine. 

    Promising review: "This is the best yoga mat I have ever purchased! It's thick and durable with the most beautiful design. Definitely recommend to everyone!" —CultureFit Clothing Customer

    Get it from CultureFit Clothing for $89.99.

    15. A Pilates ring to wake up your core and target muscles in your arms. You can strengthen your abs and biceps at the same time with squeezing and rotating movements. Toned muscles? Yep, they're on their way.

    Three models each squeeze a black Pilates ring while attending a class

    Promising review: "In particular I like ProBody Pilate's Ring. The foam and padding are comfortable and there are no signs of early wear and tear yet. It doesn't make any weird squeaking, creaking, or crackling noises and it feels sturdy. The resistance isn't comparable to a weighted piece of equipment but, compared to a metal product, the fiberglass ring still provides an ample workout, especially for a beginner like myself. " —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $24.95 (available in six colors).

    16. A Core Max 2.0 because you'll basically have a home gym without having to buy so much equipment. You can do crunches, push-ups, and multiple bodyweight movements with this compact device that'll help you exercise in your apartment or studio.

    Model gets ready to complete a crunch with a green Core Max Smart Abs and Total Body Workout device

    Promising review: "I've turned my dining room into a gym and this perfect-sized piece of equipment is the right size. First thing I liked is there is no assembly! It comes with a guide on different exercises you can do. I have already used it and I'm headed back down to use it again." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $89.98.

    17. A balance board for different bodyweight workouts: It'll give you support while you do planks, push-ups, squats, and single-leg raises. You can even balance on it and challenge your core while you're working at a standing desk.

    a reviewer standing on a circular balance board

    Promising review: "I've been using this daily for push-ups, and it seems sturdy so far. I like the extra effort I need to put in to counter the wobble when doing my push-ups. The handles feel strong in my hands. Very happy." —Aronjlove

    Get it from Amazon for $27.81 (available in 12 colors).

    18. An Obé Fitness membership if your home fitness routine needs a revamp. Choose from barre, cardio boxing, HIIT, sculpt, yoga, and more engaging workouts that'll make your living room feel like a live studio. You can participate in 10-minute express classes or 28-minute live classes. Plus, there are 6,000 on-demand classes available at any time!

    Obé Fitness, Abby Kass/BuzzFeed

    As a web- and app-based service, Obé Fitness can be accessed on a computer, smartphone, or TV. (Tip: Having a wider screen does make taking classes and watching instructors a bit easier.) Just use an HDMI cable to connect to your TV or launch Obé from the app using Airplay, Apple TV, or Chromecast.

    My colleague Abby Kass uses Obé Fitness and said: "I started using Obé and then went back to my old at-home workout and switched back to Obé again because I realized I liked it so much. The classes are a great workout, yet the 28 minutes go by super fast, and I’m not counting down the minutes till it’s over. You don't technically need any equipment for the workout, but you can level up with simple equipment, such as a resistance loop, weights, and sliders." Read more of her Obé Fitness review.

    Get it from Obé Fitness for $27+ (monthly, quarterly, and annual memberships available).

    19. A motivational water bottle so you can remind yourself to drink plenty of water on workout days. With time markers and words of encouragement, you'll stay hydrated and not get thirsty in between reps.


    Promising review: "My girlfriend gave me this bottle as a gift. I love it! I have been using it for two months and my body has finally adjusted to drinking a gallon a day. I would definitely recommend it!" —Wendy Budde

    Get it from Amazon for $19.96 (available in two sizes and 15 colors).

    20. Cozy textured leggings you'll want to slip into for your next yoga session at home. Soft material gently hugs your bod, a seamless silhouette hides underwear lines, and, to top it off, a gorgeous floral design will make your next workout ensemble ~ohmmazing~.

    model wears high-rise red floral-print leggings

    Promising review: "I love these pants for working out! So cute and comfy, with a pocket on the waistband, too!" —Athleta Customer

    Get them from Athleta for $98 (available in women's sizes XXS–3X and two colors).

    21. Resistance bands so you can challenge your upper and lower body basically anywhere indoors. You can do squats, lunges, and more moves with these bands that come in five different tension levels (10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 lbs).

    Promising review: "Surprisingly durable and stretchy. I was pleasantly surprised with this purchase. I opted for these after seeing an amazing price. You get a full set of bands, handles, ankle straps, and a door anchor. All packaged in a solid drawstring bag. Good for the new to intermediate lifter. Easy to use and probably great for traveling or attempting to workout while staying in a hotel. If you're looking for an affordable piece of workout equipment, you can't go wrong with these." —Moe

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

    22. A Hydrow Rower that'll make you feel like you're on a crew team when IRL, you're just exercising in your home. A comfy 10-roller seat, plus an an adjustable monitor and footbed, ensure a smooth workout that'll put your arms, back, and legs to work. Plus, it's one of Oprah's favorite things this year!


    With an All-Access Membership (sold separately for $456/year), you'll get access to more than 3,000 workout classes led by real trainers on the rowing machine and Hydrow App.

    Promising review: "Our Hydrow rocks! I always liked working out on a rower at the gym. After deciding to set up a home mini gym with a rower as the centerpiece, I read a ton of reviews on various machines. It didn’t take long to conclude Hydrow was the way to row. The network of content and how it’s presented is so user-friendly. The feeling I get working up a sweat while seemingly and convincingly rowing on some of the planet’s most beautiful and iconic bodies of water defies explanation. There are even several live rowing opportunities you can participate in on a daily basis. All my workout stats are visible in real-time and preserved, allowing me to 'feel' the progress I’m making." —BucknKnox

    Get it from Hydrow for $2,295.

    23. A nonslip yoga towel because it helps absorb sweat and prevents sliding, so they can flow from one pose to the next. Reviewers love using this soft essential for hot yoga workouts and gave it a 4.5 out of 5 rating!,

    Promising review: "I practice hot yoga approximately two times per week. I bought this towel because beach towels just weren't working. They didn't fit correctly and they would always bunch up. Then I tried this towel and I'm in love! It absorbs all of the sweat, it fits my mat perfectly, I love the color, and it's actually affordable. Get this towel, you won't be disappointed." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $17.95 (available in five colors).

    24. And a yoga wheel you'll ~wheely~ enjoy for increased mobility during your flow. It's designed to help reduce tension along your spine, so you can complete poses and effectively stretch your back at the same time.,

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

    Get it from Amazon for $41.97 (available in two sizes and 16 colors).

    25. A Ubarre weight that'll add a little more oomph to your indoor Pilates sessions and double up as a chic piece of home decor. Use it while you do lunges, twists, and more toning exercises in your bedroom or living room.


    Equipt is a woman-founded small brand known for their pretty and functional exercise equipment. You'll find weighted bars, wrist weights, and more gear that'll help tone your body and look great in your workout space.

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

    Get a 4-pound weight from Equipt for $149+ (available in four weights; 8-pound, 12-pound, and 16-pound weights are available for preorder).

    26. A jump rope with a digital counter that'll count skips during reps. You can also time jump sessions and see how many calories you burned. If you're ready to do double-unders indoors and get your heart rate going, this small piece of equipment will be a big help.,

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

    Get it from Amazon for $16.95 (available in six colors).

    27. A tiny elliptical that doesn't even require you to get up from the couch or desk 😲: Slide your feet in and pedal away while you watch TV or catch up on emails.

    reviewer uses desk elliptical while wearing Hello Kitty slippers

    Promising review: "I’ve been working remotely and spending more time than I like on the sofa. With the Cubi Jr, I pedal constantly while working and watching TV, and feel my legs, thighs, buttocks, and ankles are at least being active. I pedal any time I sit because you don’t realize you’re pedaling." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $249 (available in two colors).

    28. A mini Pilates ball so you can ~get to the core~ of your flexibility and balance challenges. This little tool will keep your abs engaged during leg lifts, spider triceps, and toe touches.


    Promising review: "I wasn't sure what to expect, especially when I saw that I'd have to inflate this ball with a straw. It was remarkably easy to inflate (although it took a few tries to seal it without too much air escaping). It has the same look and feel of the Pilates ball that's used in the studio. It comes with a 'cheat sheet' and I do about 75% of the exercises. A nice addition to my home exercise routine." —Amazon Customer

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

    29. A low-stretch fabric you'll love for beginner, intermediate, or advanced aerial silks fitness. Each one has material comfy enough for inversions, foot locks, and more fun movements.

    model completes inversion in stretchy black yoga hammock
    Getting Inverted/Etsy

    This hammock also comes with care instructions on how to wash and dry it!

    Getting Inverted is a small businesses based in Tallahassee, Florida, that sells yoga hammocks, dyed aerial silks, and more easy-to-use equipment to help you complete aerial workouts at home.

    Promising review: "I'm a super amateur and I absolutely love this product! The color of the material is perfect. The equipment and the material are very good quality. Super-easy instillation. Fast processing and shipping! Glad I picked this shop to start my journey with!" —Starr Holland

    Get it from Getting Inverted on Etsy for $50.40+ (available in three sizes).

    30. A set of adjustable weights that'll help you gradually work on your lifting skills at home. With multiple weight levels (from 2.3 pounds to 4.5 pounds), you can give your biceps and deltoids the ultimate treatment during exercise sessions.

    a reviewer's set of gray and pink weights

    Each dumbbell weighs 2.3 pounds alone and comes with four weight blocks (each weigh 0.55 pounds). If you want to increase weight, it's so easy: just add a weight block to each side of the dumbbell and you'll be good to go!

    Promising review: "I purchased these so I can do strength training at home since COVID-19 has limited my ability to go to the gym. I wanted a set of simple, compact, adjustable weights. This fit my needs. I use one weight at a lower weight and the second one at the highest weight and this helps reduce the time in adjusting the weight during the workout. Overall I’m satisfied with the purchase." —G. Sanders

    Get them from Amazon for $29.99+ (available in two weight sizes and four colors).

    31. Or heavier adjustable dumbbells, if you're ready to level up your strength-training sessions. Lift between 2.5 pounds to 15 pounds with this set that'll be great for arm-focused workouts and easily fit in your home gym. No more using multiple sets anytime you're ready to break a sweat.

    reviewer holds a black adjustable dumbbell in their hand

    Promising review: "These are exactly what I needed. I can use the lighter settings for workout classes and I am building my strength with the 10-lb settings. I am looking forward to the point when that is too easy and I move up to the heavier weights. The system is easy to use, simple to switch between weights and was much less expensive than other brands. The handles are comfortable too." —LauraWin

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $159.99.

    32. A Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure game because you can high-knee, jog, and sprint through a fantasy world where you exercise to defeat enemies. With an interactive Ring-Con and leg strap, you'll complete different movements to jump over obstacles and fire projectiles in the game. This could be a fun alternative to walking around your block for the hundredth time.


    This set comes with a Ring-Con, leg strap, and Ring Fit Adventure game that's compatible with the Nintendo Switch. Just place a JoyCon in both the leg strap and Ring-Con (both track your movements throughout the game!), slip on the leg strap, hold the Ring-Con, and you're good to start playing!

    BuzzFeed editor Heather Braga loves using this game to work out and said, "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 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. 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." Read more of her full Nintendo Ring Fit Adventure game review.

    Get it from Amazon for $68.50 or Target for $79.99.

    33. A sturdy foam roller that'll help soothe tight muscles after kickboxing, running, and cycling. It has triple grid massage zones that'll get to work on all sore areas, so they can enjoy their post-workout recovery time.


    Promising review: "This foam roller is just what I was looking for when shopping for Christmas gifts this year, it’s so nice I even bought myself one. It is exceptionally sturdy and is amazing for relieving back/neck pain, even working through tough muscle knots along my spine. The price is perfect for what it helps with. Would highly recommend this to anyone!" —Magdalen B.

    Get it from Amazon for $22.99 (available in six colors).

    34. A Booty Kicker because it'll ~raise the bar~ for virtual barre classes. Perfect for reverse lifts and Plié squats, this fold-flat piece of equipment is durable as hell thanks to gripping rubber feet and a steel construction design. If you're over using a chair to work your glutes and inner thighs, this gem will be a big help.


    Need weights during your next barre session? No problem, because this bar comes with six dumbbell racks at the bottom that'll fit 1-pound, 2-pound, and 3-pound weights.

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

    Get it from Amazon for $99.99.

    35. Push-up handles that'll help you complete push-ups without straining your wrists. A superior grip and secure treads make it easy to move up and down and align your body, even if you're doing reps on a hardwood floor.

    model in push-up plank position while holding two push-up handles
    Academy Sports

    Promising review: "These are well-built and rotate very smoothly. The handles are big enough that there's plenty of surface area for your hands. I was skeptical of these systems, but am now sold on them. It takes all the elbow pain out of the push-up and adds some additional muscle aspects in terms of stability." —Academy Sports Customer

    Get a set of two from Academy Sports for $34.99

    36. An adjustable weight bench for various dumbbell exercises. With seven back positions and three seat positions, you can comfortably sit and lay on your back while you're completing bicep curls or chest presses.,

    It folds up for compact storage!

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

    Get it from Amazon for $169.99.

    37. A matching sports bra and leggings set that'll solve the problem of "I don't know what the heck to wear" when you're trying to squeeze in an at-home workout. This coordinating set will make dressing for stationary biking, HIIT, and treadmill running so dang easy.

    Promising review: "Wow this is my new favorite workout set!! It’s stretchy but is also form fitting and flattering! The material is great quality and the leggings stay in place when you run! I’m going to order in every color!" —Alex Rinna

    Get it from Amazon for $32.99 (available in sizes XS–L and 17 colors).

    38. And The Mirror workout because you can take live and on-demand classes *and* get a next-level studio experience straight from your living room. There are thousands of classes you can take spanning from bodyweight movements to barre to those with other equipment, including dumbbells and kettlebells, if that's what you enjoy doing.

    model wears pink activewear set while taking a yoga class on Mirror

    Let's just talk about this cool device for a sec: It syncs with the Apple Watch, so you can monitor heart rate levels and it gives you access to so many classes (Bootcamp, Boxing, Ballet, Tai Chi, and Yoga Flow, to name a few ) at different levels ranging from beginner to advanced. It's kind of like having your own digital personal trainer at home.

    Note: You'll need the Mirror All-Access Membership ($39/month) in order to access workout classes. With the membership, you (and up to six people in your household) can do unlimited live and on-demand workouts. (Your first 30 days will be charged once your Mirror is delivered).

    Promising review: "My wife and I started using The Mirror about a month ago, after years of boutique studio classes and we can already see that The Mirror is a game changer and a giant leap forward for anyone who wants to get or stay fit. It's extremely convenient and a huge time-saver mainly because it's at home, but also because it offers 15 to 60 minute sessions, so we can almost always fit in a class; and it's well-designed, sleek, and simple and fun to use." —Mirror Customer

    Get it from Mirror for $995+ (you can try it for 30 days, and if you don't like it Mirror picks it up for free and you'll get a full refund).

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