Lululemon Ebb to Train Sports Bra ($68)
This medium-support bra hits a sweet spot, with just enough compression to handle weight-lifting sessions without suffocating. The high neck and wide bottom cuff provide ample coverage during high-intensity workouts, while the nylon-elastane blend makes for easy on and off.
Withings Steel HR Smartwatch ($180)
The Withings Steel HR lets you see only the features you want. It reads your heart rate from your wrist, logs workouts with the click of a button, tracks sleep, and shows you notifications on a discreet display. Bonus: a charge lasts 25 days.
Outdoor Voices The Exercise Dress ($100)
Who says you can’t wear a dress when you work out? This one hides a compression bodysuit with a pocket on the leg for your phone or a snack.
Hoka One One Cavu 3 Shoes ($120)
A sneaker that excels in the weight room and on pavement is a rarity. With a dual-density EVA midsole, the 5.2-ounce Cavu 3 feels like running on a cloud but provides a stable base for miles’ worth of training.
Jaybird Vista Wireless Earphones ($180)
Pesky tethers be gone: these truly wireless headphones work with a well-designed app and have easy-to-use controls on the earpieces to skip, pause, and turn up the volume. The comfortable in-ear design helps them stay put during grueling runs or laps at the climbing gym.
Alo Yoga 7/8 High-Waist Airlift Leggings ($114)
These classic pants provide extra compression for difficult gym days. The high-rise fit works beautifully with a cropped top, and the four-way fabric resists stretching out.
Balega UltraGlide Socks ($16)
The UltraGlide’s fiber blend reduces static and kinetic friction, so blisters and hot spots don’t stand a chance. Unexpected rainstorm during your run? These hydrophobic socks repel water.
Brooks Spirit Tank ($44)
This airy piece feels like next to nothing and never gets in the way during sweaty sessions, thanks to strategically placed seams. Ventilation in the back keeps you from overheating.
Metolius Big Wall Bucket Bag ($25)
It’s easy to lose your gear in a sea of random pockets. Not here—the bright Big Wall is made of burly durathane, holds 27 liters, and won’t complicate your climbing-gym session.
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