Some days it’s hard enough to get out of bed, let alone get dressed work out. The thought of wrapping everything under the comfortable blanket pushes our New Year’s fitness goals far, far, far away from our thoughts – the least of our worries.
But it’s not about pooling and staying in it. In fact, it’s a reminder to make Quitter’s Day (historically the second Friday in January according to Strava) a reality and do it well. for-you wont try another one. Wasn’t 2021 the sworn year of difference? Full of promise, reinvention and change? If it’s not new active clothing or a new online exercise program that gets you moving, then maybe new sports equipment, the luxury type that does the trick to make this tedious, tedious routine so much more attainable and fulfilling.
Here is our list of designer fitness equipment to add to your home gym.
Louis Vuitton ‘Christopher’ skipping rope
Louis Vuitton ‘Christopher’ skipping rope. (Image: Louis Vuitton)
So you’ve made a commitment to skip 10 minutes a day after learning it equates to almost 30 minutes of running. Little effort, high results; seems pretty doable, 10 minutes doesn’t seem too long, does it? In a world of choice, there is a rope for everyone. One that lights up or one that counts your repetition while jumping. We choose that Louis Vuitton Edition. Pick up the monogrammed handles and the rest is easy. We anticipate the excitement from using this luxurious, highly fashionable rope will be motivation enough to keep you going through the minutes.
Prada yoga mat
Prada yoga mat. (Image: Prada)
Meditative mornings, refreshing vinyasa flow, a tricky reversal; Those who add mindful yoga sessions to training goals should keep this in mind Prada Yoga mat. It’s anything and everything you’d expect from a yoga mat – lightweight, comfortable grip, hypnotic pattern – and it’s also the kind of accessory that will definitely keep your engagement and make you pop up (just think the price – how can that? you give up?). Thinking about Baksana doesn’t feel any easier, as any good athlete would say: having good equipment is half the battle. And that is exactly what this yoga mat can claim.
Saint Laurent x Wilson checkered tennis racket
Saint Laurent x Wilson checkered tennis racket. (Image: Saint Laurent)
Becoming the next Serena Williams may just be a pipe dream for many. Even so, it is still possible to dream, and if it is nigh on impossible to be called one of the greatest athletes, then perhaps it is enough to be recognized as one of the trendiest on the field. Saint Laurent’s tennis Racket is your answer. Working with Wilson, the black and white checkered carbon fiber racket, is paramount to playing to your advantage and scoring aces as you play. Second, the Saint Laurent x Wilson tennis balls will likely come in handy too if they aren’t serving as cute designer keepsakes.
Versace ‘Medusa’ Logo 10kg Kettlebell
Versace ‘Medusa’ Logo 10kg Kettlebell. (Image: Versace)
When a good old squat and lift If your type of workout is yours, this Versace 10kg Kettlebell is the luxury exercise choice for you. This accessory version of a weighted mound is an accessory that obviously speaks for itself. There is nothing out of the ordinary, neither covered in jewels nor overlaid with gold. Instead, it’s highly humble and as atypical as a kettlebell can be, and it’s even possible to make the “most reasonable” money on this list. The only difference that sets this piece apart? A raised Medusa motif on the front and a price tag for the raised roof. If you want to get the word out about your newly purchased Versace weight, it pays to pull it out of your home by its handles and on the streets outdoors.
Table tennis paddles from Tiffany & Co ..
Table tennis paddles from Tiffany & Co .. (Image: Tiffany & Co)
Learning table tennis isn’t often the first choice for a sport, even during lockdown, but the mini-interval runs back and forth around the table and an eternal half-squat pose has to pay off for something. If not, these Tiffany & Co. ping pong paddles will surely do it. They are beautifully hand-carved from rich American walnut wood and have full-grain leather inserts on both sides, including one in the typical Tiffany blue. Stamped and provided with sterling silver plaques on the handle, these look more like collector’s items than sports equipment. If the price tag doesn’t feel entirely justified, the three matching ping-pong balls with branding can help convince you.
Dior x Bogarde BMX bike
Since 2017, Dior has been bringing very, very limited bikes to the market with BMX manufacturer Bogarde. Within the archives, there is a specific gold-plated bike with only 100 in production and the latest creation, launched in 2019 that is pristine white except for the iconic Dior slanted pattern on the handlebar grip and top tube. With only 150 models, if you’ve managed to get your hands on one, good for you. Mountain paths, city streets, unexplored routes – exactly these bikes will initiate new adventures, turn your head and seduce photo shoots in the same step. Sounds like a sport to you? Then try your luck on your beloved sites. Read everything about the bike Here.
This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong
(Main and Picture: Tiffany & Co)