This isn't the first place you've heard it, but we'll mention it again: it's officially the new year, which officially means most of us are kicking off new or renewed fitness regimens. And to help support your fitness fascination, the following brands have released new and exciting products to get you moving and grooving. So what are you waiting for? Let's get this party started.
The San Francisco-based lab whose name is an acronym for Health Via Modern Nutrition began making waves a few years back when its exogenous ketones started blowing up the Tour de France. Enabling athletes to use ketones for fuel leaves glycogen available for muscle repair and recovery, so you can train harder and longer. And the brand’s latest high-end product is more accessible to weekend warriors —a sippable daily supplement that elevates ketone levels for six hours to boost your brain, body and metabolism. Translation: consistent clean energy without spikes or crashes.
Price: $120 for a 3-pack (30 servings)
TaylorMade Stealth Driver
New for 2022, this space-age driver features a brand-new material: carbon. According to TaylorMade, the limits of titanium have been reached, and it's time to branch out; that's why the brand introduced 60 layers of of carbon sheets, strategically placed, to its Stealth drivers. Called 60X Carbon Twist Face, the material helps create optimal spin and launch, as well as better energy transfer and faster ball speeds. Time to tee up.
On the very first day of the new year, Hoka dropped its newest road running shoe, the Kawana. Made with the intent to transform road running, the shoe boasts a new foam from the brand already known for supremely cushioned rides. Named for the Australian Gold Coast's famous beach, the Kawana is a balance of smooth, lively comfort and support. Featuring SwallowTail geometry in the heel and a 5mm drop, this shoe is meant to go the distance.
Myles Momentum Track Pant
For a versatile and comfortable active pant that can handle a variety of workouts, look no further than Myles's newest release. The Momentum Track Pant is designed to be worn during HIIT workouts, bootcamps, speedwork or just regular old jogs around the block. Constructed with premium four-way stretch performance fabric, and packed with function-forward details like a hidden zip pocket, deep mesh pockets and zip cuffs for easy on and off, this pant can keep up with whatever you throw at it.
For the unfamiliar, Alo Moves is the membership-based fitness platform run by the activewear giant. New for 2022, Alo introduced meditation, as well as new fitness categories, for members to take advantage of. Whether you're looking for yoga, mindfulness, Pilates, HIIT or fitness skills, Alo has something for every type of athlete.
Manastash Y2K Reversible Hoodie
We love a reversible jacket; it's basically a two-for-one. Add in functional details like polyester ripstop and Primaloft 120 fill, and you've got a winner. The Y2K Reversible Hoodie from Manastash is the ultimate winter workhorse: it's simple, sleek and hard working. Throw it over a fleece for extra coziness, or a lightweight baselayer for hikes.
Granite Supplements Organic Plant Protein
Are you on a plant-based diet, but looking to supplement your protein? This powder packs five accommodating sources (pea, pumpkin, chia seed, brown rice and coconut milk) to provide 21 grams of protein per scoop, helping to build muscle and maintain energy. The Organic Plant Protein is keto and paleo friendly, as well as gluten, soy and dairy free. For anyone with dietary restrictions, it's a convenient way to get the nutrients you need.
Tracksmith No Days Off Collection
As the name suggests, Tracksmith's newest collection is made for those winter days where you just can't seem to find the motivation to run, but you know you're getting out there anyway. Featuring a jacket, tights, half tights and a variety of baselayers, this collection was created for those seeking consistency, commitment and an embrace of the elements. Muted grey and black colorways with pops of reflection keep things understated but safe, allowing you to focus on what matters most: the run.