Row along with the U.S. National Rowing Team or slow it down with a more relaxing routine, complete with the sounds of running water and chirping birds, along a scenic location with a Hydrow rowing machine. It's being called the Peloton of rowing machines because of how close it comes to replicating the experience of rowing on real water, and how similar the built-in trainer function is.
You can adjust the resistance to feel like you're rowing on a single scull, in an eight-person boat, or a traditional rowing machine, and the machine itself is ultra quiet. You can access all the on-demand and live classes on the 22-inch HD touchscreen monitor.
Though it's perhaps best known for its ski machines, NordicTrack has expanded over the years to make fitness equipment like treadmills, bikes, and adjustable weights.
The treadmills are now the most popular products because of their long-lasting construction and features, including over 40 included workout apps, a workout fan to keep you cool, an aux music port, and heart rate monitoring. If all you do at your local gym is use the treadmill anyway, it could be more economical, not to mention more convenient, to invest in a permanent machine for your home.
If you have cycling- and studio fitness-obsessed friends, you've heard about Flywheel, the cycling experience led by instructors who will push you to your edge. Thanks to the Flywheel Home Bike, it doesn't matter if you live near a studio because you can take the classes in the comfort of your own home.
The thousands of live and on-demand classes range anywhere from five to 60 minutes, and you'll be able to keep track of your personal stats and performance compared to the rest of the class the whole time. The bike has a flexible frame and ergonomic handles to ensure a comfortable ride all the way through. It even includes off-bike workouts to strengthen your body and make your next ride better.
Once you've completed your workout, you can't forget about recovery. Hyperice makes massagers and vibrating foam rollers to promote faster muscle recovery and aid with rehabilitation. Its products have been used by professional athletes in various sports, most notably basketball.
The bestselling Hypervolt has been described as a "mini jackhammer" that loosens up muscles and reduces soreness. Luckily, unlike a jackhammer, it's surprisingly quiet. As a cordless and compact device, it's a convenient tool that you'll quickly consider an essential accessory to pack in your gym bag.