The best workout gear for women of 2021

Bowflex SelectTech 2080 adjustable barbell with curling iron ($ 599)

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The special thing about this rig is that it can be changed quickly and easily: place the barbell on top of the weight stack and set the dial to the desired setting from 20 to 80 pounds. The square plates form a stable platform for push-ups above and below the hand on the floor.

Arc’teryx Quadra Crew Neck Long Sleeve Shirt ($ 69)

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Even in summer it is important to warm up the body before diving into a workout. With this lightweight long sleeve you can do it without overheating.

Handful adjustable bra ($ 54)

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This medium support number will suit any type of body. It offers three strap configurations – straight, crossback, and halter – and sturdy padding that is easy to remove. The polyester-spandex blend is so soft you’ll forget you’re even wearing a bra.

Inov8 F-Lite 235 V3 shoes ($ 140)

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The light knitted upper material of these kicks, the elastic mesh lining that encompasses the foot and the flexible sole ensure a natural feeling without compromising grip or durability. The robust, supportive toe box is practical for intensive strength training.

Roka Cade glasses (from $ 225)

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Thanks to the non-slip nose pads and arms that do not exert any unwanted pressure, the stylish Roka recipe frames stay in position during the sweaty workout.

Under Armor Play Up Wrapback Hat ($ 28)

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The almost backless design of this cap – it has a thin strip of fabric around the base of the skull that is connected by snaps – offers space for a variety of head shapes.

Tracksmith Van Cortlandt Grand Shorts ($ 65)

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The loose, breathable performance mesh makes these training pants ideal for HIIT workouts. The 4-inch stride length and waist-high rise keep everything covered on weighted squats.

Hydro Flask Trail Series Lightweight Standard Mouth Bottle ($ 40)

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The lightest stainless steel bottle from Hydro Flask has all of the features we love, such as durability and insulation, but a slimmer shape that is easier to handle on the go.

Feet Elite Max Pillow No Show Tab Socks ($ 16)

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These socks are some of the most comfortable we’ve tested. Thick fabric made from recycled polyester cushions your feet and a secure heel tab prevents them from sliding off.

Lululemon Double Roller Mini ($ 38)

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Save space in your equipment cabinet with this 10 inch foam roller. The outside has a soft pattern for arms and legs, while the inside hides a removable core tube with a more aggressive shape that you can use to attack your back muscles.

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