HealthTraining & Performance

The Best Home Gym Equipment of 2017

(Inga Hendrickson)
Winter Buyer’s Guide

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No snow in the forecast? That's no excuse to be lazy.

Winter Buyer’s Guide
(Rogue)

Rogue Wood Rings

Whether you’re doing standing ring rows on your way to your first pull-up or churning out full-on muscle-ups, a set of simple wooden rings can get you fitter faster. 

Price $72

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Winter Buyer’s Guide
(Nike)

Nike Free Train Force Flyknit Shoes

An air-permeable knit upper makes this the most breathable trainer we’ve worn, while the dual-density sole softens impacts from box jumps and provides a stable platform for lifts.

Price $150

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Winter Buyer’s Guide
(Prana)

Prana Maha Towel

The polyester Maha comes in handy whether you’re a hot-yoga junkie or just sweating it out in the garage. And at just 16 by 20 inches, it easily disappears into your bag after a workout.

Price $18

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Winter Buyer’s Guide
(Prana)

Prana Orion 1/4 Zip Shirt

Early-morning runs are a little easier with this pullover, which features moisture-wicking fabric and flat seams that prevent chafing. The lightweight polyester is ultracomfortable and looks polished enough to wear even when you’re not working out.

Price $79

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Winter Buyer’s Guide
(X-Pole)

X-Pole X-Pert Pole

Get your mind out of the gutter. Pole-fitness studios are popping up all over the country because the workouts build a ton of upper-body strength. The 45-­millimeter X-Pert fits a seven- to almost ten-foot ceiling. 

Price $400

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Winter Buyer’s Guide
(Lululemon)

Lululemon License to Train Pants

When we aren’t in ski bibs, we’ve got these slim-fitting bottoms on. They’re made of svelte, four-way stretch fabric and have internal pockets for a cell phone and other essentials.

Price $118

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Winter Buyer’s Guide
(Garmin)

Garmin Fenix 3 HR Watch

The Fenix 3 blends sports cred (modes for running, swimming, and skiing, along with a built-in ­altimeter and barometer) with day-to-day features such as activity tracking, smartphone connectivity, and two weeks of battery life. 

Price $600

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Winter Buyer’s Guide
(Thera Cane)

Thera Cane Original Massager

Six strategically placed knobs on the Thera Cane allow you to work the soreness out of muscles in hard-to-reach places. 

Price $30

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Winter Buyer’s Guide
(Noble)

Noble 3D SLA Earbuds

Noble uses custom molds of your ears to produce bespoke earbuds. Couple that with bass-heavy sound and it’s like climbing into a recording studio. Most important, the custom fit means your significant other can’t steal them.

Price $599

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From Winter 2017 Buyer's Guide
Filed To: Winter Buyer's Guide
Lead Photo: Inga Hendrickson
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