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    17 Inexpensive Workout Products For Anyone Who Wants To Quit The Gym

    Being able to get a sweat on when you want shouldn't cost you a fortune.

    Dennis Huynh / BuzzFeed

    So you're looking to get in shape, but you're not really about spending all your time in gyms or workout classes. A home gym would be great and all but... that costs money.

    That's why we rounded up a bunch of exercise products you can actually afford. They're all under $100 — with one exception that's a little more of a splurge (but totally worth it depending on the workouts you're looking to do).

    Here you go!

    1. An ab wheel for when you want to whip your core into shape.

    Strong AF abdominals here you come.

    Get it here for, $11.

    2. An adjustable dumbbell set that you can do a variety of strengthening exercises with.

    For when bodyweight exercises aren't cutting it for you.

    Get it here, for $52.

    3. Some exercise sliders that you can use on any slick surfaces.

    Here are some exercises that will get your muscles feeling the burn.

    Get it here, for $14.94.

    4. A kettlebell set that you can use to switch up your routine and build muscle.

    If you're new to the kettlebell, here are six simple exercises you can incorporate into your workouts.

    Get a set of 15, 20, and 25 pound kettlebells here, for $61.49.

    5. A foam roller for massaging out your muscles.

    It will hurt SO GOOD.

    Get it here, for $23.

    6. A stability ball that you can do some serious glute-strengthening exercises with.

    It also makes a fun house chair tbh.

    Get it here, for $20 - $25.

    7. A set of resistance bands that will make bodyweight moves more challenging.

    These guys are easily washed, stored, and used to make everyday exercises more challenging. They're also great if you're trying to work on your flexibility.

    Get the URBN Fit resistance bands here, for $27, and the TheraBand CLX resistance bands here, for $13.

    8. An exercise mat so you don't scuff up and sweat all over your living room floor.

    Get it here, for $32.50.

    9. A medicine ball for when you're looking for a fun lift with something other than a dumbbell.

    Here are 25 different exercises that will help you work your upper body, lower body, basically all of your body.

    Get it here, for $19 - $30.

    10. A punching bag kit for when you need an ass-kicking cardio workout, or for when you need to just blow off some steam.

    It may take up a little more space in your home, but it's easy to set up and take down if you need to store it. This kit comes with a 60-pound punching bag, grappling gloves, and hand wraps.

    Get it here, for $80.

    11. An agility ladder for working on your speed and fast-twitch muscles.

    This is great for anyone who has outdoor space (backyard, driveway, etc.) and is also easily packable if you're looking to take it to the park or the gym.

    Get it here, for $28.

    12. A pull-up/chin-up bar that you can easily put up and take down around the house.

    This bar conveniently rests on the top of a doorway so you can set it up anytime and incorporate it into your workout, or just throw it up to get in some reps while you binge watch. You can also set it on the floor and use it to do some dips and push-ups too.

    Get it here, for $27.

    13. A home suspension training kit if high-intensity workouts are your type of thing.

    The cables use gravity and your own bodyweight to get you seriously sweating. Here are some butt-kicking moves you should try.

    Get it here, for $60.

    14. A jump rope for getting in some cardio that does not include running.

    Jumping rope is a great way to warm up for a workout and will help you increase your cardio endurance.

    Get it here, for $10.

    15. A yoga mat so you can comfortably practice at home and never have to borrow one at a studio again.

    Namaste right here.

    Get it here, for $16.15.

    16. A balance ball that will improve your strength and stability.

    It's a little pricier, but taking into consideration all the exercises you can do with it, it could be worth it. Here's how to use it and a quick 15-minute workout to get you started.

    Get it here, for $99.99.

    17. A workout bench and fitness station that you can use for all different types of workouts and can be easily stored.

    Considering how versatile this bench is and how little space it takes up considering everything you can do with it, it's worth the relative splurge.

    Get it here, for $180.50

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