Plus more affordable items from Union's fitness must-have list.

By InStyle
January 08, 2020
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Whenever I need a little workout inspiration, I can always count on Gabrielle Union's Instagram Stories to offer up some much-needed, sweat-filled motivation. If you haven't seen her gym sessions, just know that Union goes hard. Heck, sometimes she outshines her retired NBA star husband Dwyane Wade.

Union has created a storefront on Amazon's website filled with her fitness must-haves—and, of course, she only uses the best of the best.

One of the highlights on Union's Amazon Sports storefront is an Abs Carver Pro Roller by Perfect Fitness (Buy It, $26, amazon.com). It's a roller machine that's easy to use at home to help chisel abs in no time. (Related: These Are the Ultimate Abs Workout Moves, According to Trainers)

In addition, Union's picks include fancy adjustable weights by Bowflex (Buy It, $130, amazon.com), a luxe body composition monitor and scale by Omron (Buy It, $75, amazon.com), and a vibrating foam roller by Trigger Point (Buy It, $75, amazon.com). She also shared her waterproof beauty essentials, like Maybelline's Tattoo Studio Brow Tint Pen (Buy It, $8, amazon.com) and L'Oreal Paris's Makeup Lash Paradise Waterproof Mascara (Buy It, $8, amazon.com). (She loves the makeup product for its ability to hold up though her sweat sessions.)

Union rounds out her list of fitness essentials with a few inspiring reads, like Eating Well to Win by her chef, Richard Ingraham (Buy It, $18, amazon.com); The Perfect Find by Tia Williams (Buy It, $16, amazon.com); and Hair Love by Matthew A. Cherry (Buy It, $11, amazon.com).

"I like to work out for a lot of reasons—but mostly to maintain my peace," Union explains in an Instagram caption. "Fitness is more about my spirit and my soul than it is about the reps, sweat, or anything else." (Union takes workout recovery pretty seriously, too.)

This story originally appeared on InStyle.com by Alexis Bennett.

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