This smart rower is much more than meets the eye. Hydrow uses computer-controlled electromagnetic drag technology to mimic the experience of rowing on water and boasts thousands of prerecorded workouts on its 22-inch screen. You can also use it to engage in a host of additional full-body workouts just by tilting the screen and using a mat.
$2,495; Best Buy, Multiple County Locations
This sleek, freestanding fitness studio combines professional guidance with the equipment anyone needs to get started. The futuristic fitness mirror comes with dumbbells and 75 pounds of weight plates. With a yearly membership, users can access tailored training programs, thousands of classes, real-time feedback on form, and more.
$2,249.99; Best Buy, Multiple County Locations
Lululemon is known for its top-tier fitness apparel, but this amazing two-piece roller proves they also excel at equipment. Release tension from arms and legs with a dense-foam outer roller, or pull out the more compact interior roller to hit hard-to-reach spots on the back. The whole thing comes with a striking design and can be easily cleaned.
$58; Lululemon, White Plains
Weight benches aren’t exactly rare, but this one is worth noting. It boasts a durable, vegan-leather seat and 1.55mm steel pipe so that it can support up to 600 pounds of weight. Add in six back positions, four different seat positions, and the ability to be folded up, and you have one top spot to pound out those bench presses.
$115.32; Walmart, Mohegan Lake
Get a good run in from the home or office with this new smart treadmill boasting a 22-inch HD touchscreen on which users can get coaching from world champion athletes. Plus, keep pace with ActivePulse technology that automatically adjusts the incline and speed of the treadmill to maintain an optimal heart rate.
$2,499; Dick’s Sporting Goods, Multiple County Locations