Our Top Fitness Gear Picks for 2016

Because the stuff is half the fun of working out, right?

 

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Wear your phone—and store your keys and cards—on the run. Armpocket phone case, $39.95, Bob Roncker’s, runningspot.com

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

Monitor progress with an activity tracker that audits it all, from steps to sleep. Garmin vívofit, $99.99, Trek Bicycle Store, trek storecincinnati.com
Monitor progress with an activity tracker that audits it all, from steps to sleep. Garmin vívofit, $99.99, Trek Bicycle Store, trekstorecincinnati.com

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

Stash gear in a smart bag and hit the gym straight after work. Nike YA Team Training Small Duffle, $45, Dick’s Sporting Goods, dickssportinggoods.com
Stash gear in a smart bag and hit the gym straight after work. Nike YA Team Training Small Duffle, $45, Dick’s Sporting Goods, dickssportinggoods.com

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

Locally designed Sweaty Bands are velvet-lined to stay put and keep hair from flying in your face. Sweaty Bands, $14–$18, sweatybands.com
Locally designed Sweaty Bands are velvet-lined to stay put and keep hair from flying in your face. Sweaty Bands, $14–$18, sweatybands.com

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

Staying hydrated is easy (and safe) with a 27-oz BPA-free stainless steel bottle. Klean Kanteen Classic with sport top, $21, Park + Vine, parkandvine.com
Staying hydrated is easy (and safe) with a 27-oz BPA-free stainless steel bottle. Klean Kanteen Classic with sport top, $21, Park + Vine, parkandvine.com

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

Track land and water metrics (vertical oscil- lation, stroke rate) with this GPS-enabled watch. Garmin Fore- runner 920XT, $449. 99, Trek Bicycle Store
Track land and water metrics (vertical oscillation, stroke rate) with this GPS-enabled watch. Garmin Forerunner 920XT, $449.99, Trek Bicycle Store

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

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