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The hardest part of exercising often lies in the effort attached to the activity. Sometimes we need a leg up and a bit of encouragement to get us over the line. What better way to gain this extra degree of motivation than to invest in a new apparatus that will help to spark our imagination and in turn sustain our exercise related efforts.

Large corporations, startups and others alike have tried to sustain the wave of technological advancements ; the current pandemic hasn’t done anything to help the cause but in the face of all the doom and gloom new gadgets have been produced that have somehow still managed to spark the imagination amidst the juxtaposed recluse environment creatives have found themselves in. We have seen everything from the quirky to the surprisingly high concept to the downright handy. Here is a collection of the 4 most interesting gadgets we've seen and used.

JAXJOX Adjustable Kettlebell

The very thought of using £200 to purchase a kettlebell may seem very ludicrous to some, we thought the same. However, the JAXJOX Adjustable Kettlebell is an incredible tool for gym use that tucks a wide variety of benefits into a slim and sleek build.

If you're pressed for or lacking space at home this is perfect, choose from six weights ranging from 5.5kg to 19kg - without ever having to contemplate getting any additional equipment.

The smart device can familiarise itself with up to nine different profiles and wirelessly connect itself to a smartphone app, which allows you to track reps, sets, weight and calculates your overall level of fitness.

Fitbit Charge 4

The latest version of Fitbit’s extremely-popular Charge series dealt with the biggest issue we had with the smartwatch; this in turn being the inefficient GPS operating system.The Run Detect element of the watch means your days of worrying and waiting for the device to centre down on a location are over!
You are now free to go about your run and the Charge 4 will track you automatically via its updated GPS system.

The Fitbit Charge 4 also incorporates the Active Zone Minutes feature which puts an emphasis on the NHS’ recommendation to get 150 minutes of activity a week.

Pulseroll Plus

Members of the fitness community are all too aware of the pain and soreness that comes after a thorough workout session. With the Pulseroll Plus, you can kiss goodbye to your post-workout pain.

This pain is usually a result of the knots within both your muscles and connective tissues. Pulseroll Plus is a vibrating foam roller that supports myofascial release post a rigorous-workout and in turn prevents knots from forming. Its Lightweight and rechargeable nature make this gadget a must have for those who experience frequent pain post-workout.

NURVV Run Insoles

Both indoor and outdoor terrains are suitable for the NURVV Run; it can also be used on both road and trail. The insoles have a year warranty and are also stated to be both mud and rain proof. Most running watches are compatible with this apparatus which in turn allows you to utilise the app if you aren’t deciding to just use it by itself on its own.

The NURVV Run is able to track crucial information such as your runs and getting further details on your running from health score and training load. You are also able to create your own Technique Workout on the application where you can choose your effort or speed for your run and the apparatus will in turn work out your ideal cadence and step length to achieve your given objective

We hope these give you some motivation to get up and step away from your desk and keep moving for your fitness and mental wellbeing. If you have found any other cool fitness gadgets, follow us on Twitter and let us know!