9 New Fitness Launches That'll Take Your Workouts To The Next Level

Photo: Courtesy of Target.
Sometimes, just hearing about a buzzy workout class, a high-tech piece of equipment, or a fancy new sneaker is enough to get you in the mood to exercise. But it can be tough to stay on top of the ever-evolving workout trends, even if you do follow all of the fitness influencers on Instagram.
The good news is that we're here to help you sort through the workout trends and gimmicks. Ahead, you'll find the gear — including fitness trackers, home gym equipment, and recovery tools — that will give your workout a much-needed refresh for spring.
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Photo: Courtesy of Fitbit.
The latest smartwatch from Fitbit includes a helpful period-tracking feature. The Fitbit Versa is also swimproof, and can measure your heart rate. It officially launches next month, but you can preorder it now.
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Photo: Courtesy of Target.
Earlier this year, the Tone It Up girls launched a line of workout equipment, including yoga towels for beach workouts and resistance bands for butt exercises. And it's all available at Target. Whether you religiously follow their challenges or just like working out at home, their equipment is useful, affordable, and comes in Instagram-friendly colors.
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Need some new gym sneaks? Look no further than New Balance's newest drop, featuring a lightweight mesh upper and cushioned midsole to support athletes on the move.
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Photo: Courtesy of Peloton.
You've probably seen the commercials for the Peloton home bike, which allows you to stream cycling classes, but now they have a connected treadmill that does the same thing. With Peloton Tread, you can take running and strength classes from top instructors whenever you want. The treadmills are available for preorder now, and will begin shipping in the fall.
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Photo: Courtesy of SKLZ.
If you're into foam rolling, you'll appreciate this massage ball from SKLZ. It's five inches tall, so it's ideal for massaging large muscles, but won't take up as much space in your living room as a foam roller.
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Photo: Courtesy of Lululemon.
When choosing a yoga mat, it often seems like you have to choose between one that's sticky and one that's smooth — but this new Lululemon mat has both. One side is smooth, and the other is grippy, so you can flip it over for extra sweaty practices.
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Photo: Courtesy of Hyperice.
For those of us who really need help with the knots in our back, this new Hyperice massage device vigorously vibrates to soothe sore muscles. It's on the pricey side for sure, but may be worth it if it means needing fewer massages.
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Photo: Courtesy of Cotopaxi.
This month, the outdoor gear company Cotopaxi launched its first ever line of activewear. The line features colorful leggings and fun windbreakers, but the cool thing is that all their stuff is guaranteed to last 61 years (the average lifespan of a person living in the developing world). While the pieces are kind of expensive, you can count on them holding up.
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Photo: Courtesy of Jabra.
Truly wireless headphones are a game changer for workouts, and these new ones from Jabra are designed specifically to withstand sweat and moving around. They're also a great shape if you have trouble getting Apple earbuds to fit in your ears.
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