Break a Sweat

By Jennie Nunn / January 27, 2017

New fitness must-haves for the ultimate home gym

1. Arm Candy

Hock Design’s Loft dumbbells are made of Grade 303 nonreactive steel and polished and oiled walnut culled from sustainable sources. hockdesign.com

2. Stay Hydrated

Swell’s Titanium bottle is made of nonleaching and nontoxic 18/8 stainless steel. It keeps drinks cool for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours. swellbottle.com

3. Work It

Created by Italian designer Antonio Citterio, the sleek Cross Personal elliptical is made of glass and micropolished aluminum and offers surround sound. It also allows users to browse the internet and connect with others using Skype.  technogym.com

4. Stretch Out

Take time for a post-run stretch or bring Manduka’s sustainable Pro Dynamic marbled yoga mat to morning yoga class. The mat is made using a process that eliminates toxic emissions during production.  manduka.com

5. Raise The Bar

Sculpt arms and engage core with the ActivMotion Bar (available with various exercise DVDs). Bars come in 4.6 pounds and up.  activmotionbar.com

6. Status Quo

Keep track of sleep habits, activity and calories with the new super slim swim-proof Fitbit Flex 2. The removable tracker fits into bands, bangles and pendants.  fitbit.com

7. Find Balance

Improve strength and balance with the Bosu Balance Trainer with fitness cords. It is also ideal for gentle rehabilitation following sports injuries.  bosu.com

Jennie Nunn

Jennie Nunn

West Coast Contributing Editor at Organic Spa Magazine
Jennie Nunn, Organic Spa's West Coast Contributing Editor, is a former editor at magazines including Sunset, California Home+Design, and 7x7. Her work has appeared in publications such as C, The Hollywood Reporter, AFAR, Destination Weddings+Honeymoons, The San Francisco Chronicle, Luxe Interiors+Design, San Francisco Magazine, Gotham, Capitol File, 5280, Houston Brides, and 805 Living. 
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