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You can get stronger, faster, or more flexible while at home!
I own this mat and besides some puckering of the material, it's still holding up really well after almost daily use since April – I love it so much I even bought one for my grandma to do yoga on! The thick material ensures that you're not going to feel the floor digging into you during side planks or when you're on your back, and it comes with a carry strap so you can take it to classes once it's safe to do so.
Considering how much a pair of regular dumbbells can cost, these ones can work out cheaper than buying pairs in multiple weights to account for you getting stronger. The spinlocks secure the plates in place without any rattling, and the handles are designed to prevent slippage.
This watch will let you easily track how many minutes of activity you managed in a day, how far you walked, and how many steps you took. Alongside all that, you can receive calls and messages on it! This watch is especially handy if you're WFH as it reminds you to move when you've been inactive for a while.
While your body will eventually warm up during a run (even a really cold one), your hands still fall victim to the cold and wind. These gloves will keep them cosy and protected, and they feature silicone grips on the palms so you can securely hold things like your phone.
You'll get a full page per workout so there's plenty of space to track it all! Whether you want to see how many reps of a weight you can manage or increase how long you can do cardio for, it's a great way to keep on top of your goals once you've defined what they are.
The shock-absorbent padding will protect both you and your sparring partner from injury, while the secure and sturdy velcro straps offer support for your wrists while you punch. The inner lining is moisture wicking, so you can swap with your partner without having to worry about the gloves being all gross and sweaty.
Price: £19.95-£21.95 depending on size – they're available in 8oz-16oz.
One of the best things about yoga is you need very little equipment to get started, but if you start watching YouTube tutorials you might find these popping up in certain routines and they're worth having to hand for tougher moves. The blocks have beveled edges to make them easier to grip and are made with a closed foam that won't absorb sweat, which is perfect for intense vinyasa flow sessions. The strap is designed to be extra long (7ft to be exact) and its tight weave will hold up and keep its shape even after repeated use.