Jaybird Tarah Earphones ($100)
Music is a must to stay focused in a noisy gym. These Bluetooth earphones are comfortably snug, sweatproof, and good for six hours on a single charge.
Hill City Body Map Train T-shirt ($48)
Not too loose and not too tight, the Body Map Train is made from Tencel, a durable fiber derived from wood pulp that’s surprisingly soft to the touch.
Ascent Whey Protein Powder ($40)
This natural whey blend is easy to digest and offers a 25-gram boost of protein (the equivalent of four large eggs) with every scoop.
Salomon Predict RA Shoes ($160)
Six channels in the sole help the Predict RA flex with your foot. The 25-millimeter stack height cushions during box jumps and sprints. And the tightly knit upper keeps you locked in.
Fits Light Runner Low Socks ($18)
These were a tester favorite, thanks to a blend of nylon, Lycra, and merino that offered breathability, odor resistance, and durability.
Lululemon Command the Day Duffel ($158)
Thirty-seven liters may seem big, but testers loved the dedicated pockets for shoes, laptop, and water bottle. The water-repellent fabric is easy to clean, too.
Saxx Kinetic Boxers ($37)
Luxurious enough for everyday wear, these boxers feature the (unfortunately named) BallPark Pouch and flat seams that don’t chafe.
Hill City X-Purpose Shorts ($58)
Hill City’s shorts are made with a water-repellent and wrinkle-resistant nylon fabric. Plus, they come in three different lengths, which means every tester found a pair that fit.
Purist Mover Water Bottle ($48)
The Mover looks like plenty of other stainless-steel carafes, but it’s lined with a thin layer of glass, so the bottle won’t absorb the flavors of your protein powder.
MyFitnessPal App (Free)
If you want to lose weight or gain muscle, you need to pay attention to what you eat. This app lets you set daily goals, and the bar-code scanner makes uploading info easy.
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