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    37 Products For People Who Take Fitness Very Seriously

    ~Work up a sweat~ and crush your next workout with a hydration running belt, stylish wrist weights, a pull-up bar, and more products.

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    1. A reversible yoga mat for your at-home Vinyasa flow that won't slide or slip when you move from pose to pose. It also easily folds up and fits under your bed or on a closet shelf.

    2. And a nonslip yoga mat towel with a gorgeous tie-dye pattern and microfiber material that'll absorb sweat during indoor or outdoor hot yoga. For such a small workout essential, it doesn't take up too much room and it's machine-washable (win).

    Reviewer poses on their yoga mat covered with a pink and purple tie-dye yoga towel

    3. 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.

    4. 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.

    5. 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.

    6. 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.

    7. 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

    8. 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

    9. Resistance bands that'll give your legs and butt one heck of a workout and wake up major muscles. They come in five resistance levels (X-Light, Light, Medium, Heavy, and X-Heavy) if you're looking for a challenge and want to *feel the burn* while you're squatting and lunging away.

    10. A ball balance trainer because your core (and arms) will get quite the workout. You can plank, do push-ups, squats, and lunges on this piece of equipment, which basically fits anywhere at home.

    model completes crunch movement on balance ball

    11. A sturdy foam roller to 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 you can enjoy your post-workout recovery time.

    12. Push-up bars because you can still put your deltoids and triceps to work without straining your wrists. Use them whenever you want to exercise on your carpet, patio, or hardwood floor.

    Model goes down in push-up position while holding black push-up handle bars on floor

    13. A strength training device for on-the-go workouts. This small gadget, which syncs with the free Activ5 Trainer App, targets upper and lower body muscles with low-impact isometric movements, including chest presses and woodchops. Just place it in your hand or under your foot, launch the app, and get movin'. It's that simple.

    Model uses Activbody Activ5 Training Device under their foot while working out at home

    14. A speed jump rope to improve your double unders and get a killer cardio workout in your bedroom. Plus it has a very sturdy rope swing that'll be a big help if you accidentally move out of bounds.

    15. 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!

    16. 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

    17. 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.

    18. A stationary bike because it has comfy seating, adjustable resistance, a multi-functional display, and a space-saving design. You may not be in the studio, but you can have a solo cycling session indoors.

    Reviewer sits on black and red stationary bike in their living room

    19. A pair of high-rise bike shorts that won't slip down or ride up *and* can be worn for so many types of exercise (think CrossFit, dance, and yoga). These babies hit your waist at the right spot and go with all your fave activewear outfits.

    model in plum tone bike shorts and matching sports bra

    20. A hydration running belt for times when you're always ~on the run~ in your neighborhood. It comes not only with one, but two fillable water bottles and a roomy pocket for your essentials.

    21. Athletic tape because sore muscles can be a *pain* after strenuous exercise. This tape won't feel uncomfortable on your skin and help aid the recovery process.

    22. A pack of exercise cards so you can mix up your fitness routine with planks, push-ups, and burpees galore. You'll never know what's coming up next in the deck and your arms, legs, and core will also get a workout.

    Model bends in push-up position with black dumbbells in front of line of exercise movement cards

    23. A pair of Powerbeats Headphones that'll actually stay in your ears and tune out annoying noise at home. Yes to crushing your workout and *not* hearing the TV or barking fur babies.

    24. A TRX Suspension Training System for doing push-ups, pull-ups, planks, and more bodyweight moves. All you need to do is anchor it to a beam and give yourself a couple of feet to move around. No bulky equipment required.

    Model uses a TRX Suspension Training System to do a full-body move outside

    25. A mini Pilates ball so you can 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.

    26. A pair of running insoles for long walks, jogs, and sprints: These are designed to minimize shock by 40% and help keep your feet smelling fresh (without shin splints and stinky feet).

    Reviewer shows pink Dr. Scholl's running insoles in their purple sneakers

    27. A medium-support sports bra that's (gasp) not padded and will stay secure, even if you're completing a lot of reps or jogging at a fast pace. A lightweight fabric helps keep sweat at bay and a racerback design comfortably keeps your boobs in place.

    model wears dark green medium support sports bra

    28. A portable rowing machine because your arms and back will *feel the burn* while you enjoy an upper body workout anywhere at home. Use the digital monitor to keep track of stats (count total, time, and calories) and fold it up when you're done.

    29. A wall mount that'll give you easy access to foam rollers, yoga mats, resistance bands, and other equipment. You can finally keep your gym essentials in one place and *not* have a messy floor.

    30. Athletic socks because it's about time you gave your heels and toes better cushioning for running. They each have a heel tab design (buh-bye blisters) and are made with breathable material. You can ~go the distance~ and not deal with stinky, sweaty, and irritated feet.

    Black, blue, red, and white Saucony athletic socks with heel tabs

    31. An agility ladder that you can set up in your garage, backyard, or basement, in case you want to work on your body movements without knocking anything over.

    Reviewer places black agility ladder in their garage

    32. An ab roller wheel so you can strengthen your core without slamming into a couch or dresser. Grip onto the handle bars, roll forwards and backwards, and feel your obliques get to work while you binge-watch TV or listen to a podcast.

    red ab roller wheel with black resistance band

    33. A BlenderBottle for post-workout beverages. It'll easily blend protein powder into oat milk, coffee, or water so you can get the nutrients you need after a cardio or strength-training session.

    34. A sweat-absorbing sports bra that won't leave your chest soaked after doing push-ups, sprints, and bodyweight moves. Breathable material and a supportive shape will keep your boobs dry and comfy when you exercise.

    Model wears red sports bra with gold lettering that says "Kemetic Knowledge"

    35. 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 ~work up a sweat~ in your apartment or studio.

    Model moves up to crunch while using green and black Core Max 2.0 machine in their kitchen

    36. 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.

    37. 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

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