Starting from just £15.99
Actually sticking to any kind of workout plan or healthy routine is 100x easier if you’re kitted out with the right equipment.
Take it from a health editor – I’d be nowhere without my trusty Garmin to clock my miles, a water bottle constantly reminding me that water is the best free skincare out there, and a sturdy sports bra to make sure I’m supported through every sweat session.
Fitness bargain quick links:
- 50% off Fitbit Versa 2 smartwatch, was £199.99, now £99.00. View now
- 46% off lululemon Align Tank, was £45, now £24. View now
- 40% off New Balance Essentials jumper, was £40.00, now £24.00. View now
- 34% off Garmin Venu smartwatch, was £329.99, now £219. View now
- 25% off adidas Women’s Ultraboost running shoes, was £160.00, now £119.99. View now
All sounding a little… expensive? It doesn’t have to be. Amazon (check out their trending fitness deals, now) is always my first call when looking for bargains, and lucky for you, they’ve got some cracking offers at current of up to 48% off. I own all the products below. Oh, and psst: don’t miss up to 57% off lululemon Black Friday deals, while you’re here.
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Ocean Bottle 500ml Eco-Friendly Reusable Water Bottle
was £45.00, now £40.00
Perfect for workouts and with an 180 degree anti-leak system, this is the Gucci handbag of the water bottle world. It’s made from recycled material and maintains whatever temperature liquid you put in – enjoy ice cold water or hot coffee for up to 12 hours.
Sony WF-XB700 Truly Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
was £130, now £69.99
I’ve had to test a lot of exercise headphones in my time and these are by far my favourites. I wore them for the recent London Marathon because they stick in-ear, have a long battery life & connect easily, too.
Garmin Venu, GPS Smartwatch
was £329.99, now £219.99
Similarly, this is the fitness tracker I trained for all six of my marathons with and I can’t recommend it enough. Garmin watches are a life investment – I’ve had mine for 5+ years now and it’s never once faltered, tracking well over 5000+ miles.
Form Performance Chocolate Peanut Vegan Protein Powder
was £26, now £23.40
On the theme of favourites – I’ve been using this vegan no nasties protein powder for years to supplement my strength training. It’s one of the tastiest on the market, and the company is a certified B Corp, too.
adidas Women’s Ultraboost 21 W Running Shoe
was £160.00, now £126.02
Keen runner? The adidas Ultraboost running trainers are a great all-rounder, and has accompanied me on many a training run. They’re springy, light, and look stylish enough if you forget your shoes for work, too.
Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides Powder Supplement
was £34.06, now £31.99
If Jen An’s a fan, we’re fans, right? She joined the company as Chief Creative officer earlier this year and, since then, I’ve been adding a scoop of collagen to my morning coffee, getting in an easy 10g of protein to start my day. Not sure whether to buy Dose & Co or Vital Proteins? Check out our guide.
Nike Women’s Swoosh Bra Non Pad Sports Bra
was £41.82, now £17.99
Support even your sweatiest of workouts with this classic Nike bra. It’s medium support with no padding and sweat-wicking technology, too.
Aldom Massage Gun Deep Tissue Massage
was £99.99, now £59.99
Suffer with sore muscles or just keen to up your recovery game? Investing in a massage gun seriously transformed my training, making sure I could look after my muscles from home. Highly recommend.
SIS Hydro Hydration Tablets
was £14.99, now £11.95
Ever struggle with cramp or get dehydrated after long runs? A trick I learnt when training for an ultramarathon in May is to supplement electrolytes. They help replenish the salt you lose when you sweat and ease sore cramp.
ELVIRE Fabric Resistance Bands Set
was £21.99, now £15.99
Key for simple yet effective home workouts, resistance bands are great bang for buck, and especially helpful if you’re looking to build glute strength. I used to up my plyometric power pre the London marathon this year.