Gear Up for Springtime Fitness

Spring is a season of renewal and invigoration. There is no better time to get out of the gym and take your workout to the great outdoors. Lose the winter layers and get yourself into shape for summer with some new springtime fitness gear.

Antimicrobial Socks

Even if you feel like your first few runs of the season stink, your feet won’t. Stock up on feetures! Elite antimicrobial socks that wick moisture away from your feet, killing odor-causing bacteria and keeping athlete’s foot at bay. An added bonus? You can’t help but smile when pulling on a pair with a whimsical color combination like coral and deep pink or lava and graphite.


Bodyweight Training Devices

You don’t have to give ups strength training when you exercise. Portable bodyweight training tools like Monkii Bars enable you to do dips, chi ups, parallettes, etc. practically anywhere. Throw them in your pocket and bike to your favorite park to workout, or pack them in your suitcase next time you have to travel for business. Bodyweight workouts are a fun challenge and a good change of pace from lifting weights indoors.


Smart Fitness Earphones

Wireless earphones are nothing new, but Free Wavz smart fitness earphones take must-have wearable workout tech to the next level. The earphones were designed by a board-certified Otolaryngologist for a flawless fit that doesn’t fall out when you bend and stretch. The headphones also boast a built-in heart rate monitor and fitness tracking app so you don’t need to wear a wristband or chest strap. And if that’s not enough, the listen-through amount can be adjusted for each ear so that you can better hear cars and bikers approaching.

Temperature Regulating Shirt

Sometimes the most challenging part of an outdoor workout in spring is deciding what to wear. It’s cool in the shade, but warm in the sun. You don’t need full gloves, but your hands tend to get cold. Athleta’s Fastest Track Half Zip eliminates these problems with fabric that regulates your body temperature and features long, thumb-hole sleeves that prevent your hands from getting chilled.


Did we miss anything? Let us know what your favorite springtime fitness gear is by commenting below.

Amy Johnson

is UDR’s budding social media guru, and has been instrumental in constructing the brand’s content strategy. After graduating from University of Colorado- Boulder, she started working for UDR as a marketing intern. When she isn’t perusing the web for the perfect pins and Facebook posts, she can be found hiking somewhere with her dog Rory.

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