If you’re not just sweating for the wedding and are a tried and true fitness fanatic, your wedding registry should reflect that! Why not use this time to stock up on things you’ll actually use in your daily workouts and routines?
Whether you’re cardio-crazed, a strength trainer or a yoga devotee, there’s something for everyone.
Nothing is worse than getting to the gym or prepping for your run and realizing you forgot your headphones. A solid playlist is essential to any workout, and with Jaybird’s Run True Wireless Sport Headphones, you’ll experience 12 hours of battery life without having to worry about sweat and water damage. The set comes with both oval and silicone ear tips, a charging case, and a range of comfort-fit fins to ensure you have a secure and comfortable fit.
Sometimes all you need for an extra bit of gym motivation is a stylish, quality outfit to sport while you sweat. Thanks to subscription boxes like Fabletics (beginning at $24) and Sweat Style (starting at $20—which you can also use gift cards for!) you can receive trendy, durable fitness clothing right to your door, that is specific for your preferred type of workout.
DB Method Machine ($189)
The DB Method (short for Dream Butt) is a streamlined machine that enables you to perfect your squat process from the comfort of your own home. Foldable and easy to store, the machine has a padded seat and handrails, and is made of steel and molded wood, making it durable and squat-ready. Why not just do regular ol' squats? The DB method Machine actually shifts your center of gravity, putting all the work on your glutes, and not your quads.
Hear us out—if you’re a fitness fanatic, chances are, you take a lot of showers. (We hope!) Because of this, it’s smart to register for higher-end, quality towels, versus cheaper ones that might not be up for the challenge of more-frequent-than-usual use. Crane and Canopy’s Classic White Towels are made with long-staple Turkish cotton and a 700-gram weight, and are available in a Resort Bundle ($260) with 4 washcloths, 4 hand towels, 4 bath towels and 2 bath sheets—all you need to dry off after scrubbing up.
Personal trainers can be incredible but often come at a huge cost. Thanks to Vi, you can have a personal trainer in your ear without being in your face. The voice-activated, artificial intelligence personal trainer works for runners, walkers and cyclers, and provides real-time coaching based on user heart rate, steps, cadence, elevation, and even sleep patterns.
Wearable technology can track biological responses to workouts, as well as achievements in calorie burning, distance traveled, workout intensity and beyond.
With Fitbit’s latest model, the Fitbit Ionic ($299.95) has three color option and serves up some high-tech motivation while providing fitness guidance, health insights, storage for music, and interactive apps.
You also can’t go wrong with an Apple Watch Series 3 ($329) complete with Fog Sport Bands to ensure secure fit during sweat sessions. Via the Activity and Workout Apps, an accelerometer, heart rate sensor and GPS will work to help optimize your efforts, alongside all the standard features of the watch.
Whether you prefer a duffel, tote or backpack, you’ll need a reliable yet stylish carry all to make your travels between gym, work, and home seamless.
FJÄLLRÄVEN’s Duffel No.4 ($150) is water-resistant and comes in eight colors. With a zipper closure, top handles and zip and slip pockets, it’s a durable bag for all your workout goodies.
Lululemon’s City Adventurer Backpack 21L ($128) is a great backpack option, and will help to keep you visible on nighttime excursions with 360-degree reflectivity. It has an interior pocket to hold your water bottle, and an expandable pocket for sweaty clothes and towels, too.