Oxygen Editors’ Picks: February 2022
February is the month of love, so we're celebrating all the gear and products that make our hearts go thump thump!
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Keeping up with the latest and greatest in fitness clothing, equipment and nutrition products can be a challenge, we know. Fortunately, we’re here to cut through the brush for you and round up the stuff we can’t get enough of every month.
Here are our picks in February 2022.
1. Tempo Move
Every year, at-home gym technology improves. Using a smart phone and TV, Tempo Move can sense your movements and give real-time feedback during its simulated at-home workouts. The 3D technology scans and senses the Tempo Move weights you’re using, so it knows when you should increase or decrease what you’re lifting based upon the workout and your movements.
2. LifeLabs CoolLife Tee
The material behind this shirt is where our love lies. CoolLife’s infrared transparency allows your body heat to escape and your body temperature to drop, which creates a cooling effect. Plus, it’s recyclable polymer! CoolLife delivers more effective cooling with less environmental impact. And it’s a cute wardrobe staple for in and out of the gym — what more could you ask for?
3. FabFitFun Box
You’re already fabulous, fit and fun — which means the FabFitFun subscription box will only enhance your lifestyle. This seasonal assortment is delivered right to your doorstep quarterly, and it’s packed with at least six (and sometimes eight!) full-sized goodies carefully curated to support your beauty, wellness and fashion routines. Don’t worry about getting stuck with things you won’t use, because you can customize the products each time. You’ll even get access to year-round flash sales and other member perks, so enjoy them!
Starting at $49.99 per season, fabfitfun.com
4. myAir Personalized Super-Plants Bars
Feeling the stress? Find your chill with myAir plant-based superfoods bars. Made from nuts, fruit, adaptogens, botanical extracts and herbs, these 80-calorie vegan bars help the body adapt to and cope with stress. Since stress relief doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all solution, myAir personalizes your experience — simply take the science-backed online assessment of 11 cognitive questions to discover your two main stress effects. Then you’ll learn which formulations are best for addressing your unique challenges. Want to take it a step further? Connect your wearable Garmin device to the myAir app to get real-time info on your stress and insights into how to manage it.
Take the quiz and find your perfect bars at myair.ai
5. Alani Sparkling water
Sometimes, plain water just doesn’t cut it. When you’re craving something bubbly with a refreshing flavor, but don’t want any sugars, reach for Alani Sparkling water. Available in delicious Orange, Lemon Crème, Pina Colada and Peach flavors, these beverages are caffeine-free, gluten-free and vegan — and each can has precisely zero calories, for guilt-free sipping.
24 cans for $27, alaninu.com
6. Cali Weights
You’ve seen bracelet weights before, but Cali Weights have taken the fitness fashion trend to the next level, whether you’re at the gym or running errands. These durable and stylish bracelets come in a set of four, each weighing ¼ pound — and with nine colors to choose from, the sky’s the limit when it comes to mixing and matching to help reach your fitness goals. The bracelets are made of high-density moldable iron and covered with waterproof and sweat-proof, hand-soft silicone.
4 for $50, caliweights.com
7. TriggerPoint Acucurve Cane
Tight muscles and knots can plague everyone from hardcore athletes to desk jockeys — and since many of us are some combination of both, it never hurts to have a massage tool or two on hand to alleviate common woes like back and neck tension. This simple, affordable option can be a lifesaver. With a variety of uses to hit pretty much every muscle group, including the hard-to-reach and seemingly always tight upper back, shoulders and neck, there’s more to than meets the eye with this compact, ergonomic tool.