Allbirds shoes (prices vary; allbirds.com):
Allbirds has ridiculously comfortable shoes for every kind of workout. Plus, they're extremely lightweight, which makes carrying them around a breeze. The standard runners are great for indoor gym sessions, the Mizzles are water-resistant and a good option if you're going out into the rain and the tree runners are light and ventilated for high-intensity workouts. The sustainable shoe seller has a wide range of footwear in different styles, colors and design that make sure your feet stay comfy no matter what activity you're doing.
Dagne Dover Landon Carryall in Medium ($155; nordstrom.com):
This gym bag is sure to garner compliments, turn heads and last you years. It's the perfect size to double as both a work bag that fits an extra pair of sneakers, boxing gloves or whatever you need for that post-work sweat sesh. The Neoprene material is extremely lightweight, and also a breeze to keep clean. Simply throw it in the wash whenever it's starting to smell less than optimal. There are a ton of useful pockets and zippers to make organization a breeze, and the range of colors makes it a great option for everyone.
Apple Watch Series 5 ($384; amazon.com):
The latest Apple Watch doesn't change much with design, but it does something big with the display. It's now always on, so whether you holding that yoga pose at the gym or riding a bike, you don't need to take an extra action to monitor your workout. It's a big change that doesn't take away from the day-long battery life. Additionally, it can still take an ECG and looks sporty in the aluminum variants.
Powerbeats Pro ($249.95; amazon.com):
If you're looking for high-quality Bluetooth headphones better suited for running or intense HIIT workouts, Powerbeats Pro are your best bet. Unlike the AirPods Pro, they feature adjustable ear hooks that guarantee they won't budge or pop out no matter what you're doing.
Theragun ($399; amazon.com):
Skip the massage gift card and instead, invest more in a tool that will help you for years. The Theragun aims to help you unwind, take care of your body and recover from everything from injuries to workouts. Having made waves across the internet and fitness circles, it's a relatively simple handheld device with two different speed settings that help to target soreness, knots, tightness and more through what Theragun refers to as "scientifically-calibrated deep muscle treatment." It's also famous for being the most quiet massage gun on the market. And while it's definitely a splurge, the reviews (from people claiming it's "worth every penny" to a "life-changing device") definitely speak for themselves.
Hydro Flask Wide Mouth Water Bottle (starting at $44.95; amazon.com):
It's important to stay hydrated, and after a long workout there's really nothing better than taking a swig of ice cold water. To keep your water cold, Hydro Flask has Dual-Shield Technology that locks in the temperature, so even hours after you fill it up, your water stays cold and refreshing. The bottles come in seven colors with a variety of lids so you can tailor it to your workout and style.
NutriBullet NBR-1201 ($49.88, originally $59.99; amazon.com):
Making a quick, on-the-go smoothie has never been easier than with a NutriBullet. The 600-watt motor gives you plenty of blending power to make the nutrient-rich smoothies you need to fuel your workouts. The NutriBullet also comes with resealable lids so you can just grab and go when you're running out the door.
TriggerPoint GRID Foam Roller ($44.99, originally $64.99; amazon.com):
Foam rollers are a real game-changer when it comes to post-workout recovery. They work to loosen up your muscles and act as a massage after a trying session, and you'll be able to loosen up your quads, calf, lats, back and much more with this 5-star rated option. A great option for the person who's just getting into working out or always says they need to stretch more.
Spiralizer 5-Blade Vegetable Slicer ($22.99; amazon.com):
Dieting and healthier eating resolutions often call for little to no carbs. The Spiralizer Vegetable Slicer enables you to turn vegetables into your next spaghetti dinner and stay true to that keto or paleo diet. The Spiralizer's revamped blades are even stronger than before and can cut through hard root vegetables like sweet potatoes and turnips for unlimited vegetable-spaghetti possibilities.
Porter Bundle — Ceramic ($110, originally $125; wandpdesign.com):
If you want to take care of the planet as much as you take care of your body, reducing plastic waste is a huge thing everyone can do. Perfect for meal prep, this ceramic bundle is a collection of matte-colored items such as bowls, mugs and a water bottle. They're dishwasher and microwave safe, so the switch is easy, convenient and good looking.