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20 Products That Rocked the Fitness World in 2019

Sneakers and supplements and digitally adjustable kettlebells, oh my.

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This roundup is part of This Year in Gear, a look back at the year’s most notable releases. To stay on top of all the latest product news, subscribe to our daily Dispatch newsletter.

Adidas Alphaedge 4D

Price: $300
From: adidas.com

Beyond making a statement with its evolving technology (Adidas culled athlete data to tailor the support) and mint green color pop, this 3D-printed sneaker suits runners and gym-goers alike thanks to a flexible upper.

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Asics GlideRide

Price: $150+
From: amazon.com

Like MetaRide (see below), Glide Ride has a rockered sole designed to propel runners from one step to the next. But to make that feeling less alien, Asics reduced the sole’s curve and increased the midsole’s cushioning, creating a more approachable introduction to a new way of running.

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Asics MetaRide

Price: $240+
From: amazon.com

Targeted at heel strikers, this innovative running shoe combines a stable base with an energy-efficient rocker for a truly unusual sensation.

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Atlas Protein Bars

Price: $30
From: atlasbars.com

Looking for a tasty, keto-friendly protein bar? All six Atlas flavors feature 15 grams of protein and no more than 3 grams of sugar and 5 grams of net carbs.

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Care/of Protein Powder

Price: $15+
From: takecareof.com

Finding the perfect protein powder for your workout level and diet can be tricky, but Care/of wants to make it simple. The brand launched customizable protein powders — both whey and plant — to help you hit your fitness goals.

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Garmin Venu

Price: $300
From: buy.garmin.com

The Venu is Garmin’s most elegant and approachable fitness tracker yet. The looks speak for themselves, but the product also has a bunch of features that make using it borderline effortless.

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Hoka One One Carbon X

Price: $180
From: hokaoneone.com

Unlike carbon-ated competitors from Nike and New Balance, Hoka One One’s light but supportive entry into the space is intended for every runner, not just elites. That’s part of the reason we named it the best fitness product of 2019.

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Hyperice Hypervolt Plus

Price: $399
From: bestbuy.com

This upgrade over one of our favorite 2018 products, the original Hypervolt, is 30 percent more intense, meaning you can really dig into your muscles and hit the deep tissues.

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JaxJox KettlebellConnect

Price: $199
From: jaxjox.com

The KettlebellConnect is six kettlebells in one (12, 18, 24, 30, 36 and 42 pounds). Change the number on the digital display and watch it add or subtract interior weights in seconds.

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Lululemon License to Train Collection

Price: $19+
From: shop.lululemon.com

When you’re in the gym, all you really care about is being able to focus on, say, tightening your transverse abdominus without getting hung up on your duds — and that’s where this stuff delivers. These clothes are so well constructed, you’ll feel like you’re wearing nothing at all.

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Maurten Gel 100 Caf 100

Price: $50
From: maurten.com

Maurten’s hydrogels deliver carbohydrates faster and in greater quantities than similar drinks and gels. The latest iteration, Gel 100 Caf 100, contains 100 milligrams of caffeine in addition to 25 grams of carbs.

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Nike Air Zoom Terra Kiger 5

Price: $104
From: nike.com

In addition to light, responsive React foam, this trail running shoe includes a perforated mesh upper for breathability and draining, a segmented rock plate and toe reinforcement that isn’t too stiff or heavy.

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Nike Joyride Run Flyknit

Price: $130+
From: nike.com

If you hate running, these are the shoes for you. Why? With each step you take, thousands of tiny TPE beads move around to adjust to your foot strike, mimicking the feeling of soft sand, minus the extra soreness at the end.

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Nike Waffle Racer

Price: $85
From: nike.com

Ever aware of its past — and the public’s appetite for it — Nike has reintroduced this iconic shoe. The latest version’s got some modern touches, including a memory foam sockliner and dual-density foam midsole.

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Nuun Rest

Price: $7
From: nuunlife.com

Rest includes all the hallmarks of Nuun’s other products but is designed to be taken at bedtime. Two key ingredients, magnesium and tart cherry extract powder, promote recovery while you sleep.

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Nyrvana Smart Chocolate

Price: $PRICE
From: nyrvana.com

What makes these truffles so special? Dark chocolate, yes, but also a host of “brain-enhancing” Nootropics, plus metabolism-boosting coconut oil and (THre) Natural Sweetener, which adds sweetness without the buzz-killing sugar crash.

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Path Projects Prospect PX2

Price: $49
From: RETAILER.com

Path Projects made a mission of creating better running apparel, but its latest pair of shorts is perfect for hitting the gym too.

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Theragun G3PRO

Price: $599
From: bestbuy.com

The third iteration of this high-end percussion massage gun boasts six different soft, smooth attachments designed for personal and professional use — and makes 50 percent less noise than its predecessor.

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TRX Rocker

Price: $50+
From: store.trxtraining.com

With its spiky, medieval-looking edges, the TRX Rocker appears borderline sadistic, and that’s kind of the point. Rock into such hard-to-target areas as the hamstrings, quads and calves with that section, and it’s like turning a Swedish massage into a deep-tissue session

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Under Armour UA Rush

Price: $40+
From: underarmour.com

This collection of fitted tees, long-sleeve shirts and workout tights is cut from Celliant fabric, infused with minerals designed to re-absorb the body’s energy in a productive way when working out.

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