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Shylee Rose The Red String Bracelet

Fabric bracelets are a good option for frequent exercisers, since you don't have to worry about them banging into your wrist if you pick up a heavy kettlebell. On the other hand, the fit needs to be tight enough that it's not getting caught on equipment. ($90; shyleerose.com)

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Gorjana Mika Choker

A choker-style necklace is ideal for the gym, since it won't get caught on barbells or other equipment. Just make sure the fit is comfortable and not too tight, otherwise you'll be distracted during your sweat session. ($55; gorjana.com)

(BTW, a barbell is one of the pieces of equipment personal trainers swear by.)

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Madewell Hand Stud Earrings

Stud earrings are the *only* kind of earrings you should be wearing during your workouts, since dangly ones can get caught on hair or, worse, equipment. Yikes. Find a dainty pair you love and make them your gym go-tos. This fingers-crossed style should bring you a little extra luck in making that PR—not that you need it. ($18; shopbop.com)

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Qalo Twist Stackable Silicone Ring

The perfect solution for when you *really* want to wear a ring to the gym, but activities like rowing, weightlifting, or pull-ups feel uncomfortable with your usual pieces. This soft, stackable ring makes an especially great substitute for a wedding ring. ($12; qalo.com)

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