Get the Most Out of Your Workout with This Fitness Gear

Keeping your workout intense and fun can be tricky. But with the right gear and a little get up and go, you can step up your workout game and stay motivated.

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Fitbit Blaze Smart Fitness Watch

Versatile in both function and aesthetic, the Fitbit Blaze is an all-in-one fitness tracker and watch. It automatically recognizes and records workout times, which means you don't need to spend time logging workouts unless you want real-time stats. If you play sports, you can utilize a specific mode the tracker features when you get started for more detailed feedback. A continuous heart rate monitor displays the results in simplified zones that let you compare intensity levels during your workout. The Blaze is more than a fitness tracker, though. It can alert you of calls, texts, or appointments and control music when connected to a smartphone through Bluetooth. There are many different band styles and colors available, so you can tailor the look to suit your personality. ($200;

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Stamina Air Rower

Changing up your workout routine is a great way to keep your muscles working hard. Why not incorporate a rowing machine into your daily workout? Rowing machines target the quads, hamstrings, glutes, back, shoulders, and arms. The Stamina Air Rower offers a good way to diversify your exercise regimen without breaking the bank. This wind-resistance rower adjusts the difficulty based on the speed and power of your stroke, which means beginners and advanced athletes can both benefit from using it. The faster and harder you row the more difficult the workout will be. Setup is easy, and it can be stored in a closet when you need to free up some space. ($330;


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Garmin Vivofit

The Garmin Vivofit is an inexpensive way to help you move more each day, especially if getting motivated is tough for you. A visible "move bar" on the watch face lets you know when you've been inactive for too long, at which point an audible alert will sound. This fitness tracker works great for busy professionals and homebodies alike because it provides a reminder when you may otherwise get distracted. It also tracks steps, calories burned, distance traveled, and lets you easily check the time. Small and light, it doesn't draw unwanted attention, and the more you use it, the better it gets at helping you achieve your fitness goals. ($59;

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GoFit Contoured Kettlebell

Kettlebells offer a unique way to diversify your workout. When used properly, they can become a total body strengthening tool. The GoFit Contoured Kettlebells are shaped and designed to fit against the forearm better than a traditional kettlebell. They come with a workout DVD that gives you an opportunity to learn exercises with correct form. You may need to get a few different weights, but if you're looking to switch up your workout routine, kettlebells are easy to store and offer a new take on strength training. ($86;

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Serious Steel Fitness Bands

Resistance bands are lightweight and easily portable. Serious Steel Fitness Bands make a versatile addition to any home gym and can be thrown in a carry-on while traveling so you can stick with your fitness regimen. Target arms, shoulders, back, or legs simply by changing the position of the band. This type of resistance band can also be used for pull-up assistance. As you build strength, use more than one band for an extra challenge; before long, you'll be doing full, unassisted pull-ups. Each size has a different tension level, and you can use several bands together or start with one until you know how you want to use them in your workout routine. (from $10;


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Gold's Gym 20-Pound Adjustable Ankle Weights

When you've mastered your workout, sometimes the only way to keep challenging your body is by adding more weight. Gold's Gym Ankle Weights add resistance to a morning walk, run, or aerobics workout. The adjustable weight lets you increase or decrease the weight for different activities, which can make even old workouts feel like new challenges. The double-strap design holds them snug to the ankle, and they're easy to store. ($18;

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MaxiClimber Total Body Workout

Looking for an alternative to the treadmill or exercise bike? The MaxiClimber is a great option that combines a cardio workout with total body toning. Even standing on it requires stabilizing the body with core muscles. It mimics the movements of mountain climbing and uses body weight as resistance to burn calories fast. The timer starts and stops when you do, making it easy to track your workout. Its vertical design doesn't take up as much floor space as other cardio machines, plus it folds down into a more compact shape for easy storage. If you're looking for home exercise equipment with a smaller footprint than its larger cousins, your search ends with the MaxiClimber. ($160;

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Remedy Calf Compression Running Sleeves

Get the most out of your run by slipping on a pair of Remedy Calf Compression Running Sleeves. Compression technology has been around for years, but it's burst into the mainstream with the development of compression running socks. If you're not ready to fill your drawers with rows of tall socks, a set of sleeves might be the right solution. Compressing muscles prevents fatigue and can stop swelling if you're prone to it on long runs. You can wear them on those days that aren't cold enough for running tights, yet a pair of shorts just doesn't seem like enough. (from $5;


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TREBLAB XR500 Bluetooth Headphones

Music can power you through a grueling workout. The TREBLAB XR500 Bluetooth Headphones stay in place during extreme workouts and deliver solid sound with good bass. Waterproof and sweat-proof, they're built to withstand the conditions that come along with sports and outdoor use. Not only that, but they also have a built-in microphone, so you can take calls while you hit the trail. An extra-long runtime of 9 hours and a battery indicator light will keep you aware of how much life your headphones have left so you don't run out of juice mid-workout. Create a playlist and take the gym, track, or trail by storm. ($30;


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TriggerPoint GRID Foam Roller 1.0

Every purchase of a TriggerPoint GRID Foam Roller comes with free online instructional videos. Not only can you massage tired muscles, but you'll learn how to roll them out effectively. The unique patented design massages muscles while it works out swelling and tender areas. Focus on joint pain or work out a tight back. This foam roller can target almost any area of the body before or after workouts. You can also increase flexibility and range of motion through regular use. If you're someone who regularly experiences muscle tightness after strenuous exercise, this foam roller could improve your workout recovery time dramatically. ($35;


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