19 Fitness Products to Get You Moving This Season
Fall is the ideal time to spice up your workout routine — temperatures are still mild enough to head outdoors without bundling up in a million layers, and the changing foliage provides a scenic backdrop for almost any kind of exercise. Here's all the fitness gear and workout clothes you'll need to help you stay moving this season... at least before you head inside to enjoy a warm mug of apple cider.
Sweaty Betty Crew Neck Sweatshirt ($95): After a hard sweat session, throw on a sweatshirt that supports the real reason why you work out.
2XU Women's Fitness Compression Tights ($90): A pair of compression tights are key for crushing your workout. These UPF 50+ tights are breathable, moisture-wicking, and have compression to help reduce leg fatigue.
Girlfriend Collective Paloma Sports Bra ($38): This sports bra supports you and the environment — it's made with recycled water bottles.
Vuori Performance Joggers ($84): A cozy pair of joggers is a go-to for pre- or post-workout activities.
Hypersphere Mini ($99): Relieve tension and soothe sore muscles with a compact massage ball that has three different vibration settings.
Outdoor Voices CloudKnit Hoodie ($85): You'll never want to take off this super-soft, slim-fit hoodie.
Fit Simplify Resistance Loop Exercise Bands ($9): Resistance bands are one of the easiest (and cheapest) ways to dial up your workout. This set has five different resistance bands to help mix up your exercise routine.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Running Shoe ($120): New season, new shoe — a lightweight, cushioned, stylish pair of running shoes will motivate you to keep moving.
Body Glide Original Anti-Chafe Balm ($10): Chafe no more with a fragrance-free balm made from 100 percent natural ingredients.
New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v9 Running Shoe ($150): A soft foam sole will provide comfy cushioning for your runs all season long.
Athleta Speedlight Camo Top ($69): This breathable and seamless top will keep you cool in and out of the gym.
TriggerPoint GRID Foam Roller ($40): Never underestimate the benefits of a good foam rolling session to help with muscle recovery and soreness.
Reebok VB Bolton Sock Low Shoes ($250): The Reebok x Victoria Beckham collection is full of colorful, retro style like these '90s-inspired kicks.
Nike Packable Duffle Bag ($50): Need some extra storage space in a jiffy? This lightweight duffel packs into a slim zip pouch and can be easily tossed into any bag or purse.
Carbon38 7/8 Flash Legging ($98): A little sheen give this pair of high-waisted compression leggings a little extra edge.
Under Armour Project Rock Whisperlight Tie Back ($45): Respect your body with a tank top from The Rock's collection. The split back design allows it to be worn open or tied up.
Zella Ava Quick-Dry Tee ($45): Toss out your old, worn-out gym shirt and replace it with a soft, quick-dry tee.
Sweaty Betty All Sport Backpack ($115): If you like traveling hands-free, this backpack is roomy enough to carry your work and workout essentials, and it also has straps at the bottom to hold a yoga mat.
Skullcandy Sesh True Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones ($60): Get three hours of playtime with these wireless earbuds that are sweat-, water-, and dust-resistant.
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Lesley Chen is a California native who writes about travel, health/fitness, and other lifestyle topics. She has a serious case of RBF and exercises mainly to balance out an aggressive candy addiction.