The Fit List: Nine products to get you geared up for 2021

Everytime January comes around we all tell ourselves: ‘This is the year! The year we get fit!’

Well maybe 2021 could be the year – and we’ve rounded up some fab fitness products to help you get there.

From eco trainers for long-distance runs to yoga with your feline friend, we’ve got wha tyou need to turn those fitness goals into reality.

Veja Condor 2 trainer

Designed for long runs and recovery sessions, the sustainable Veja Condor 2 trainer has a flat midsole to give a lighter tread and L-Foam cushioning to protect against vibration. Check out this Jolie Foulee colourway.

Available from Feb 2, £130, Veja.

Flo and Sang loungewear

From £25, Flo and Sang.

Do This for You: How To Be A Strong Woman From The Inside Out by personal trainer Krissy Cela

Looking for something to spice up your home workouts? Do This for You: How To Be A Strong Woman From The Inside Out by personal trainer Krissy Cela is a motivational, no-nonsense guide for women, focusing on mental and physical strength.

£10.99, Amazon.

Brainzyme Focus Pro supplements

Want to boost focus and motivation? Brainzyme Focus Pro supplements contain 20 active ingredients including plant extracts, amino acids, vitamins and minerals, all of which have been scientifically proven to support brain function.

£29 (60 capsules), Brainzyme.

Made By Sunday supplements

From £5.90, Made By Sunday.

Mike’s Hard Seltzer

Ed Curtis x Lululemon

You might not be able to show it off at the gym right now, but Lululemon’s 19-piece collaboration with fashion designer Ed Curtis is a show-stopping mix of technical fabrics, vibrant kaleidoscopic colours and bold geometric prints.

From £35, Lululemon.

Yoga With Your Cat by Sam Hart

First there was Doga (yoga with your dog) and now there’s Yoga With Your Cat by Sam Hart. If you’re looking for poses to pull with your feline friend, this book will show you how to involve it in your yoga practice.

Out now, £5.94, Amazon.

Oggs Millionaire Bites

Whether you’re trying to cut back after Christmas, or not, these Oggs Millionaire Bites taste just as good as the real thing and are just 66kcal per serving. What’s not to love?

£2.25 (pack of nine), Oggs.

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