10 Fitness Must-haves To Take Most Of Your Home Workouts

If you’re going to create a home gym in a small space, make sure these items are on your list.

Yoga Mat

Everyone needs a good yoga mat, whether you do yoga or not. Yoga mats help lay a foundation to keep your back and body safe during any floor movements (no one wants to workout on scratchy carpet or cold, hard wood!) and are perfect for stretching or meditating and are portable so you can change the scenery from inside the house to out in the yard.

Sports Bluetooth Earphones

Sweatproof & easy-accessable they will make your workout sessions even more exciting. They tune out any noise around you so you can focus on those weighted squats and not the neighbor’s barking dog or your partner’s latest TV obsession.

Ventilated Training Gloves

Protect your palms and digits from the wear n’ tear of dumbbells and chin-up bars. They’re sweat-wicking and ventilated, so your hands won’t get sweaty just two minutes into your workout.

Resistance Bands

Resistance bands are great because they’re lightweight, inexpensive, and don’t take a lot of room to store. Use them to add an extra challenge to lower-body exercises.

Muscle Massage Roller

The smooth but firm bumps on this foam roller allow you to dig into those muscular nooks and crannies with ease and essentially allow you to perform a deep tissue massage post-workout. We found that this foam roller assisted in quicker and more effective recovery time.

Ab Roller

Rolling the ab wheel might look deceptively easy while scrolling online, but the added instability makes for one of the most effective workouts you’ll be sure to feel the next day. Not only does it work all your abdominal muscles and cause you to engage them fully, but it also gives your arms a nice workout.

Cycling LED Vest

A glow-in-the-dark vest is perfect for anyone who wants to add more cardio into their routine but can only find time to cycle early in the morning or late at night.

Push-up Bars

They feel way better than dumbbells or bare hands when you’re doing express push-up sets. Each handle gives you a solid grip, so you’re not slipping and sliding when you’re moving up and down.

Jump Rope

For rainy days or the days, you just don’t have the time for a long walk or jog, jump ropes are an incredible and effective way to get in your cardio. The burst of movement does wonders for getting your heart rate elevated, which stimulates cardiovascular health, and jumping rope improves your overall coordination. Not to mention it’s a calorie scorcher—ten minutes of jumping rope is roughly the equivalent of running an 8-minute mile!

Smart Watch

Stay as healthy as possible on an everyday basis by tracking your activities, daily steps, sleep patterns as well as calories burned.

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