Have exercise equipment on your holiday wish list? Here are our top recommendations based on what is used the most during Virtual PSF workouts.

You don’t need big machines or bulky equipment – use your body as your MAIN mode of resistance and you’ll always see the biggest results!

We plan to add to the list as we come up with more wish list ideas…stay tuned!


BOSU ($99.99 – Dick’s Sporting Goods)
We choose Dick’s because it is usually easy to obtain coupons and rewards!


Dumbbells ($13.98-$27.98 – Amazon)
We use Spri vinyl dumbbells which are priced similarly (range $10.98-$33.98) however shipping can be quite pricey. So figure out which option in the end will be least expensive as they are very similar! You can also use all metal, rubber, etc. dumbbells – we just like the vinyl covered.


Resistance Tubes ($14.98-$15.98 – Spri)
We’ve tried many resistance bands and always come back to these Xertubes! We use the yellow and green versions.


Green Ring ($7.98 – Spri) -OR- Booty Band ($11.97 – Amazon)
If you go for the booty band, we love the ‘small’ red size the best, and also the green ring is actually called an Xering.


Playground Ball ($7.78 – Amazon)
This super inexpensive ball works awesome! We use this one from Spri but almost any 8-9 inch ball will do!


Workout Mat ($29.95-$34.95 – Perform Better)
We like the Perform Better mats because they hang and come in a variety of lengths. They are 8mm thick so if you had jump and land on one, it has some shock absorption but doesn’t feel to spongey or super awkward. You want to find something non-slip and ideally, anti-microbial. The mat should also NOT absorb water (or sweat!) otherwise it will deteriorate quickly. Make sure you pick a mat that is a good length for you – we’ve used 48-54 inches. Also, think about where you will be storing your mat – rolling up a sweaty mat isn’t recommended. On that note, yoga mats are great for YOGA, but we are talking a workout suitable for most Virtual PSF workouts.


Coreball ($48.97 – Overstock)
We use an 8lb coreball – you can also find them at Power Systems and Spri (Xerball – it is larger in diameter).


Gliders ($14.99 – Power Systems)
Make sure to choose the version that works for you – hardwood or carpet!

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