Sum­mer is the time for out­door train­ing! Take excit­ing class­es, train any­where, hydrate and track calo­ries burned with our col­lec­tion of items.

yoga mat
Yoga, stretch­ing, Pilates, fit­ness with dumb­bells — a sports mat is suit­able for all these pur­pos­es. It is impor­tant to choose an acces­so­ry that will be resis­tant to dam­age and will not slip on the floor sur­face. One suit­able option is the Kar­mat­ta rug. Its under­side is made of neo­prene, a mate­r­i­al that is soft to the touch. The upper side is made of nylon, which absorbs mois­ture well, does not rub the skin and is easy to clean. Exer­cis­ing on a mat is much more ben­e­fi­cial for your joints than on a hard floor.

“At the gym, you can eas­i­ly save mon­ey and time if you force your­self to work out at home. And here the most impor­tant thing is not to force your­self, but hon­est­ly, with­out fools, want to strength­en your entire body in a few min­utes in the morn­ing in a cou­ple of months and make it the very habit that will remain until the end of your life, ”experts write.

Elas­tic band for fit­ness
Bands are the light­est and most com­pact sports equip­ment with which you can do stretch­ing and strength­en­ing exer­cis­es for the mus­cles of the whole body. Chang­ing the load is easy — just use tapes of dif­fer­ent thick­ness­es. For this, sets of sev­er­al rub­ber bands are suit­able. For exam­ple, a set of elas­tic bands Stride. The set con­tains three elas­tic bands with dif­fer­ent lev­els of resis­tance (9.5 kg; 13.6 kg; 17.3 kg). Adjust the dif­fi­cul­ty lev­el, increase the load and train with­out leav­ing your home.

“The advan­tages of such equip­ment are com­pact­ness and light­ness, low price, reduced like­li­hood of injury and the abil­i­ty to work out all mus­cle groups,” says Mile­na Milachich, lead coach of the TOPSTRETCHING stu­dio net­work, mas­ter of sports in rhyth­mic gym­nas­tics and blog­ger.

smart bracelet
Keep track of your health, sleep qual­i­ty and sports per­for­mance with a smart bracelet. It is enough to put it on your wrist and start train­ing. The bracelet will pro­vide a com­plete pic­ture of the state of the body, the lev­el of phys­i­cal activ­i­ty and fatigue. One of the pop­u­lar and afford­able gad­gets is the Klikklog smart bracelet with con­stant heart rate mon­i­tor­ing. Ana­lyze your data with it, com­pare the results and move towards a healthy body.

“With the help of a smart bracelet, achieve­ments are vis­i­ble from day one. And the fruits of every hour of train­ing, dai­ly results and their dynam­ics, pre­sent­ed visu­al­ly, are the best moti­va­tion to move on, ”experts say.

Blue­tooth head­phones
An indis­pens­able thing for sports is wire­less head­phones. Espe­cial­ly if you are not alone at home. Take a clos­er look at the Stride head­phones. This is a sports wire­less gad­get with water splash pro­tec­tion func­tion. Spe­cial sil­i­cone pads secure­ly fix the posi­tion of the ear­buds in the ear while run­ning and jump­ing, so you don’t have to wor­ry about them falling out of your ears dur­ing train­ing. Oper­at­ing time at medi­um vol­ume — up to five hours.

Bot­tle for water
While exer­cis­ing, it is impor­tant to stay hydrat­ed and keep a bot­tle of water handy. The com­pact Amungen juicer bot­tle will become an indis­pens­able acces­so­ry dur­ing sports.

“To ensure nor­mal water bal­ance, drink 2–3 glass­es of water 2–3 hours before train­ing. Dur­ing train­ing — 1/4 cup or 1/2 cup of water every 15–20 min­utes, ”experts advise.
In a mul­ti­func­tion­al bot­tle, you can not only pour water, but also squeeze cit­rus fruits — an orange or a lemon, as the kit comes with a spe­cial noz­zle. Dilute the juice with warm water, add a mint leaf, stir the result­ing liq­uid — and the drink is ready!