Awesome fitness gadgets you should have in 2020

When it comes to exercise and fitness, the gadgets that get the most attention tend to be smartwatches and fitness trackers, with a nod to how our smartphones can be of benefit too. As it turns out, those aren’t the only devices that can help us to get fit, however, as there are a number of other great tech products designed to help us lead healthier lives, recover from an intense workout properly, and stay injury-free as well.

1. PowerDot Electrical Muscle Stimulator

The PowerDot 2.0 is proof that good things come in small packages. Portable and easy to use, this performance tool offers noninvasive, targeted muscle recovery via an easy-to-use app. Simply attach the pulse plugs to the affected area, select a stimulation programme and let the PowerDot work its magic.

2. HyperIce Vyper 2

Foam rollers have been a staple with professional athletes and weekend warriors alike for years now, helping them to both warm-up before a workout and cool-down afterwards. But the Hyperice Vyper 2 adds a new dimension to the tried-and-true foam roller by adding the ability to vibrate at the same time. With three power levels and a battery that provides up to two hours of use between recharges, the Vyper 2 can help fitness fanatics increase their flexibility, improve circulation, and reduce muscle fatigue, making it easier to recover and prepare for that next workout. Hyperice says that the Vyper 2 is twice as effective as standard foam roller and we tend to believe them, as the device is a handy way to prevent downtime and injury.

3. Thermos 24 ounce Hydration Bottle

Staying hydrated before, during, and after a workout is crucial to achieving your fitness goals. The problem is, we don’t always remember to drink as much water as we should throughout the day, which can have an impact on how well we perform when exercising or competing in an event. The Ozmo Active smart bottle wants to change that by providing friendly reminders of when it’s time to take a drink while also keeping track of how much water (or other liquids) we consume throughout the day. The BPA-free 16-ounce bottle comes with a built-in rechargeable battery and Bluetooth connectivity, allowing it to sync with a smartphone to track hydration habits over time. The bottle will even vibrate to remind you when it’s time to take a swig.

4. Jaxjox KettlebellConnect

Getting in a strength session at home feels like a good idea until you realise you need actual weights and, ergo, also need to carry actual weights into your house. Enter the Jaxjox KettlebellConnect, which is the most efficient way to have a whole set of kettlebells in your house: a single kettlebell, which magnetically gains or drops weight based on what you input to the Bluetooth console

5. Bowflex SelectTech dumbbells

When you don’t have the floor space to give up to dumbbells, Bowflex’s offers a smarter solution by putting them all into one set. This pair of free weights can go from light weights to heavy weights with the simple turn of a dial. They also place well with a smartphone app to help you make the most of the versatile piece of gym kit.

6. Theragun G3 Pro

Theragun G3 Pro If you’ve worked out properly, you’re going to feel that hurt. This percussive therapy device eases the aching in your bones from your shoulders down to your thighs. As well as tackling your pain, it can also help you relax before you nod off for bed. Go for the top-end G3 Pro for the extra attachments and the swappable batteries to keep gunning for even longer

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