R+Co Death Valley travel-size dry shampoo ($17)
Tailor-made for the perennial lunch crusher, this dry shampoo quickly removes sweat and restores volume. A few sprays and you’re ready for your afternoon meeting.
Fitbit Flyer earphones ($130)
Sync these Bluetooth buds to your Fitbit Ionic or phone to crank tunes from your wrist. Built for the long haul, they’re rain- and sweatproof and have a six-hour battery life.
Lululemon Everywhere duffel ($148)
Like a lot of smart gym bags, the Everywhere has a laptop sleeve and separate compartments for clean clothes, dirty clothes, and shoes. And unlike most, its glossy exterior makes it suitable for the office.
RYU Vapor Long Sleeve pullover ($67)
This is our new favorite layering piece. The ultralight, seamless fabric creates a snug fit, and a built-in antimicrobial treatment means you can wear it a few times before washing.
Athleta Up for Everything leggings ($89)
Compression meets comfort in these lightweight, high-waisted leggings. They’re breathable for hot yoga and snug for a speed workout, and they include four zip pockets.
Patagonia Women’s Switchback bra ($49)
For high-intensity training, this is your support network. Thick cross-back straps limit bounce for A to C cups, and sweat-wicking mesh fabric prevents chafing.
APL Women’s Techloom Pro trainers ($140)
During circuits, the Techloom Pro’s light, flexible upper keeps you moving fast. Afterward, the classy knit means you don’t have to change into street shoes.
Eating Evolved Coconut Butter Cups ($3)
Your sweet-snacks habit gets a performance reboot with these coconut cups. Made with chocolate beans and coconut butter, they’re chock-full of healthy fats to help you refuel and recover on the go.
S’Well Traveler bottle ($35)
This triple-walled, 16-ounce bottle will keep your coffee hot for 12 hours or ice water cold for 24.
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