13 Health and Fitness Products Our Editors Love

Our editors are always on the lookout for the best health and wellness products, including everything from slip-on sneakers to exercise bikes. So when we find something really great that we love, we always want to share it.

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Here are some of everyday fitness and health products that we can’t live without. If you want to fire up your exercise routine, they might be the investment you need.

Bonus: They also double as great gift ideas for the fitness lovers in your life. Here are the products that really stand out and truly live up to the hype, according to our team.





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“In the summer, I generally wake up at dawn without a problem, and since the pandemic started, I have been able

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Body Positive Fitness Instagram Accounts To Follow for Summer Inspo

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Every year as it gets warmer, the scourge of summer diet culture returns to make people feel weird and off about their bodies. (Remember: The devil works hard but people who want you to feel bad about your body and buy stuff to change it work harder!) Combined with the ways that hyper-visual social media (oh hey Instagram!) can contribute to making people lose sight of all the ways bodies can be diversely beautiful, strong, powerful and good, sometimes your feed just needs a makeover to be a whole lot more body positive.

I like following a good fitness influencer as much as the next girl but also know that the content can be frustrating or triggering for a lot of folks who want to learn about a new workout or get some cool inspiration without having to wade through

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Rebel Wilson Opens Up About Having ‘Unhealthy’ Relationships With Food

As Rebel Wilson has been sharing her current fitness and nutrition journey during her “Year of Health,” she says it’s helped her better understand her body and her relationship to food.

“You never want it to be about the number, because it really isn’t about that,” Wilson said in an interview with People. “It’s about: I was doing some unhealthy things to my body and I just wanted to change it and become a healthier person.”

She goes on to touch on specifically how she felt her eating habits were connected to her sense of self and how her negative relationship with food affected her relationship to her body: “I think I was emotional eating, and overeating at times, because I wasn’t loving myself enough. And it does come down to that self-worth and self-love,” Wilson adds. “I would say to everyone out there don’t be obsessed

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How one school district tends to students’ emotional health during coronavirus pandemic

SADDLE BROOK, N.J. – Three months ago, the Saddle Brook school district was making steady progress toward social and emotional learning as part of a district initiative.

In-class yoga, mindfulness mantras and coping strategies for anxiety were part of the daily routine.

Then came the pandemic.

Virtual learning separated children from schoolmates and teachers as the National Alliance on Mental Illness and other health experts noted a surge in stress and depression. Next came the killing of George Floyd and racial tensions that heightened anxiety for many families. 

“I’m glad that we were in front of social and emotional learning, that we had this wellness initiative in place, because we had already been talking about it and doing it,” Superintendent Danielle Shanley said.

To address a complicated new reality, the entire faculty worked together to keep social and emotional learning at the forefront.  

“My concern was the kids

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