Fall is the season of all of our favorite things — pumpkin everything, Halloween, new TV, and leaf peeping. It's also a great time to use the brisk weather as a reason to refresh your closet and stock up on layers, and that applies to your workout gear as well. Here are some amazing fitness products and clothing to motivate you to keep you moving this season, whether it be to a new workout class or just an outdoor (PSL) run.
Sony Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones ($180): These Bluetooth, wireless, noise-canceling, water-resistant headphones will be your go-to workout companion. Say goodbye to getting tangled up in wires and hello to up to nine hours of listening.
Plantronics BackBeat FIT 2100 Wireless Headphones ($100): If you have a hard time keeping in-ear headphones in, these lightweight, over-the-ear wireless phones are a great solution. They're sweatproof, waterproof, and have a reflective finish, ideal for keeping up with all of your outdoor activities.
Reebok PureMove Bra ($60): Reebok's PureMove sports bra — made with high-quality breathable, responsive fabric — will keep you covered regardless if you're doing a yoga or HIIT session.
Carbon38 Takara Leggings ($98): You'll want to live in these "liquid leggings." The high waistband is supportive and flattering, and the glossy finish will add a touch of luxe to your outfit, day or night.
Saucony Guide ISO 2 Running Shoes ($120): These shoes give you the best of both worlds: stability and cushioning. Saucony's EVERUN cushion technology gives the shoe a flexible fit, allowing it to move with your foot on both short and long runs.
2XU Heat Run Tight ($90): Gear up for those dropping temperatures with this pair of leggings, which have ceramic infused yarn to keep you warm and protect you from unwelcome odors.
Trunk Club Urban Sport Box (Prices Vary; $25 Styling Fee Credited to Your Purchase): No more excuses about how you have nothing to wear to the gym — request the Urban Sport Box from Trunk Club and you'll get a whole collection of workout stuff based on your personal style.
POM Wonderful 100% Pomegranate Juice ($29, Pack of Eight 8 oz. Bottles): Fall is also prime pomegranate season, and these fruits are packed with antioxidants and potassium, great for a post-workout drink. Studies have shown that drinking pomegranate juice can help speed up muscle recovery.
Fit Simplify Resistance Bands ($11, Set of Five): This set of bands has five different resistance levels and is great for creating your own strength-training or stretch session from the comfort of your home.
Athleta Track Tux Tight ($89): Track pants or leggings — why choose? These soft tights also have back zip pockets to store your small valuables.
Om Restore ($17): You love mushrooms on your pizza, so why not use them as a post-workout supplement? Mushrooms are full of antioxidants, and it's easy to add a scoop of them into any smoothie, soup, or coffee.
Nike Essential Running Jacket ($90): If you want to add an extra layer without adding extra bulk, this lightweight running jacket will do the trick.
APL x SoulCycle Slip On Shoe ($198): This APL X SoulCycle shoe collab is the sleekest and easiest way to transition from street to spin class and back to street again.
Survival and Cross Jumprope ($10): Jump roping is a great anywhere, anytime cardio workout. Best of all, the equipment is travel-friendly and takes up minimal space in your bag.
Varley Addison Legging ($115): This pair of leggings is sweat-wicking and extra breathable thanks to mesh paneling around the thighs and ankles.
Yoga Mate Yoga Towel ($8+): With fall temps, you're likely going to be heading inside for some extra yoga sessions. Make sure your mat stays sweat-free with a soft, absorbent towel.
Hyperice Hypervolt Vibrating Massage Device ($349): The Hypervolt is the next best thing to going to a post-workout sports massage. It has four interchangeable head attachments and three different speeds to help your muscles recover more quickly.
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