The Best Fitness Gear to Get You Moving This Spring
Spring's longer days and warmer weather have inspired us to get outside and refresh our workout schedules — and our workout gear. Here are 16 things that will help you stay motivated and moving all season.
Sweaty Betty Euphoria Short Sleeve Crop T-Shirt ($60): This relaxed-fit shirt pairs well with a light workout and/or a glass of rosé.
On Cloudswift Running Shoes ($150): These lightweight shoes will be your go-tos for outside runs. The Helion superfoam cushioning will handle any terrain you want to explore.
Fitbit Versa Lite ($160): Fitbit's newest smartwatch has a 4-day-plus battery life and will help you track your sleep, heart rate, activity, and more. You can also get on-screen workouts and notifications.
Nike Shine Stripe Crossback One-Piece Swimsuit ($100): Head out to the beach or a pool with a versatile suit. This fully lined one-piece has adjustable straps and mesh inserts for easy breathability.
Under Armour UA Rush Tank Top ($45): Under Armour's new Rush line uses mineral-infused fabric designed to absorb the heat generated from your body during exercise and recycle it back into your muscles.
Athleta Salutation Zuma Stash Pocket 7/8 Tight ($89): Grab a pair of leggings that have just the right balance of compression and softness. Bonus: They're made from recycled materials and have pockets.
Brandless Matcha Green Tea Powder ($9): Give yourself a delicious energy boost pre- or post-workout with some matcha. It's packed with antioxidants and has less caffeine than coffee.
Sweaty Betty Power 7/8 Leggings ($100): Refresh your spring wardrobe with fun print leggings that you'll want to show off outside.
Gaiam Premium Print Yoga Mat ($30): This pretty printed mat will help you find the zen in your next yoga session.
beam CBD Powered Protein Bar ($30 for a 6-pack): This bar contains 14 grams of plant-based protein, clean and raw ingredients, and full-spectrum CBD oil.
Outdoor Voices Doing Things Bra ($65): This comfy bra will *literally* help support your fitness goals. The pads are removable and it has honeycomb mesh in the back to keep you cool.
Reebok Lux Colorblock Tights ($65): You'll find everything you need to keep moving all day long in these stylish, stretchy, and sweat-wicking leggings.
Nike Free RN 5.0 ($100): The newly designed Nike Frees are more flexible and anatomically-shaped to allow for a more natural stride on your short-distance runs.
Care/of Plant Protein Powder ($28): Care/of recently launched a line of protein and boost powders made from organic and natural ingredients and without artificial sweeteners. The plant protein contains organic pumpkin seeds, organic hemp, and organic peas. Not sure which powder to get? The Care/of quiz will help give a personalized recommendation based on your goals.
Molekule Air Purifier ($799): Most air purifiers simply use filters to collect pollutants; Molekule uses nanotechnology to destroy them. This energy-efficient air purifier can completely replace the air in a 600 square foot room in an hour. Say goodbye to allergies (at least indoors).
Tone It Up Booty Bands ($10): Tone that tush wherever you go with a set of travel-friendly resistance bands.
Lifeproof SLAM for iPhone ($50): A drop-proof case will make sure your phone can keep up with your active lifestyle.
Hyperice Vyper 2.0 Vibrating Fitness Roller ($199): Warmup and recovery are just as important as the workout itself. This foam roller has three vibration settings to help soothe tight and tired muscles.
ToeSox Low-Rise Half-Toe Grip Socks ($11+): If you're looking for a little extra grip in your next Pilates, yoga, or barre class, look no further than ToeSox. There are a variety of styles (full-toe, half-toe, high rise, ballet, low-rise, etc.), so you can focus on your form and less on your slipping feet.
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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.