The Top 5 Workout Accessories For Under $50

The Top 5 Workout Accessories For Under $50

September 11, 2020

Workout accessories can be expensive. And the daunting list of things you need and how much they cost is never ending: in-home gyms, interactive training bikes, fitness apps with monthly subscriptions and so much more.

There’s also the myth that only expensive workout gear works well. But that’s not really the case. If you don’t want to pay to workout, you can still take up running, floor exercises or knock out a round of burpees. It doesn’t require much more than a few feet of flat space or a road.

But if we make working out less enjoyable than it could or should be, most of us will not exercise consistently. So you might want to invest in yourself and take care of the mental or physical obstacles that keep you stuck on the couch. When it comes to developing a habit of exercise, it helps to make the conditions as hospitable, convenient and effective as possible.

If you struggle to justify the costs of workout classes, consider purchasing a workout tool you can use indefinitely. We recommend these Top 5 workout accessories.

1) Yoga Mat with Carrying Strap ($20)

If you like doing yoga or just want an extra thick mat to cushion you while you stretch out, warm up or cool down, these are a must have. Use the strap for a deeper stretch. And when you're done, they can be easily rolled up and tucked away.

2) Earhoox ($10)

Music is essential to exercise. If you are one of the 100 million plus people who use Apple AirPods to commute to work or stroll to class, consider fully optimizing them by adding a pair of Earhoox. With these durable, comfortable silicon attachments, you can perform virtually any workout imaginable without worrying about them falling out. 

3) Pull Up Bar ($25)

Perfect for pull-ups, push-ups, chin-ups, dips, crunches, and virtually anything you can dream up. Plus, it uses leverage to secure itself against the door, so it won't require any structural changes or a long installation time. 

4) Kettlebell ($40)

Kettlebells are known to improve overall strength, core power, balance, flexibility, and coordination while also melting fat and sculpting healthy and lean muscles.

High Density Foam Roller
5) Foam Roller
 ($45)

People love to aid muscle recovery, pain relief, and improve your flexibility. While more basic shapes might appeal to you at first, it's worth knowing that this patented design is less likely to dent over time and firmer, allowing for deeper engagement with muscle groups.

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