The colder it is the harder it becomes to stay active. Suddenly the local gym becomes the only option to get a workout in as frigid temps and icy weather keep us from our favorite parks and trails. Home gyms are the second option, but if not outfitted properly our setup can become an inconvenience rather than an enjoyment.
Simply put, cold weather puts a damper on (1) our motivation and (2) a limit on the different ways we can get our workouts in.
The gym essentials we pulled together here below consist of apparel and gear. The goal of this roundup is to stir up motivation—either through the feeling of premium performance wear or through some Kick-A equipment.
Best Gym Essentials for Cold Weather
Combining the two of these products would give you a myriad of workout options, but if you’re looking for more traditional weight training the JAXJOX is the move. If you’re looking for bodyweight exercises that increase flexibility and lean you out, go with the TRX.
As far as apparel goes, brands like Vuori, lululemon, Nike, adidas, and Saturdays NYC all hit on the different types of activity we fall into during the winter.
We need all the motivation we can get in these cold-weather months. Read through this list and snag the products that inspire you to get up and get training.
Vuori Sunday Performance Jogger
Saturdays NYC All Terrain Lightweight Short Sleeve Shirt
Saturdays NYC All Terrain Active Short – 6
Flint and Tinder 10-Year Waffle-lined Hoodie
lululemon Metal Vent Tech Headband
Nike Brasilia Winterized Training Duffel Bag (Medium, 41L)
TheraBody TheraGun Prime
adidas Trae Young 1
Ciele Athletics GoCap
TRX Minimal – Fit System
Nike Everyday Plus Cushioned Training Crew (3 Pair)
On Cloud 2.0
lululemon Metal Vent Tech Short Sleeve Shirt 2.0
John is the Style & Gear Editor for BroBible. You can contact him on Twitter @johnthompsoniv or via email John@brobible.com
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