Fix your February fitness slump with these workout boosting buys

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A February fitness slump is perfectly natural.

New Year Resolutions seem to have been made a long, long time ago, in a spirit of optimism and energy that’s long since faded. Exercise is more challenging and dull than ever, and comfort foods loads more tempting.

Fear not, however, because we’ve got the freshest and funkiest products and schemes to revive any flagging spirits.

From gorgeous wooden exercise bikes to the fittest cookbook in the world, we’ve got you covered.

Barry’s Bootcamp

Buff with Barry

Barry’s Bootcamp is bringing its famous strength and cardio workouts to Liverpool.

The boutique studio will house the iconic mix of red lights, mirrors, nightclub tunes and Woodway treadmills.

There’s also a Barry’s Fuel Bar for post-workout shakes.

Book classes from £20 at Barrys.

Hush activewear collection

For active eco stars

The latest activewear collection from Hush is made from ECONYL (regenerated fishing nets), with TENCEL Modal (wood pulp) making an appearance in the fabric of its activewear tops.

We love the cute star design on the Gettie Star sports bra (£45) and leggings (£59).

Shop the collection at Hush.

LEAN Foods

Vegan bars pack a protein punch

Global fitness influencer Lilly Sabri has launched her first nutrition line.

LEAN Foods is a range of products including protein bars and pre-workout powders that are low-sugar, vegan and contain no additives, sweeteners or flavourings.

Buy from £1.49 each at LEAN.

Coco-mat Bike

Buy a bike, plant a tree

Boost your street cred with this wooden bike from Coco-mat Bike.

Made from American Ash (each tree provides enough wood to make 50 bikes), there are 11 styles to choose from including adults, kids, foldable and e-bikes, with two or seven speeds.

For every bike purchased a tree is planted.

Buy adult bikes from £1,990 at Coco-mat Bike.

Toni & Guy’s Strengthplex range

Beautiful bond

If your hair has seen better days, give Toni & Guy’s Strengthplex range a try.

The Shampoo, Conditioner, and Bond Repair Mask are designed to restore and repair hair’s broken bonds thanks to the key ingredient of Kakadu plum.

Buy for £7.19 each from Superdrug.

ClevaMama ClevaPure Lamp

Salty shut-eye

Difficulty sleeping?

The ClevaMama ClevaPure Lamp is a Himalayan Salt Lamp that can be used as a humidifier, a night light, a natural air purifier, or an aromatherapy diffuser.

Renowned for their sleep-assisting properties, Himalayan salt crystals can also help reduce allergies and irritations.

Buy for £64.99 from ClevaMama.

Bio & Me Strawberry Gut-Loving Prebiotic Yoghurt

Gut instinct

With gut health such a big topic, why not boost yours with Bio & Me Strawberry Gut-Loving Prebiotic Yoghurt. Packed with a massive 700 billion live and active cultures, there’s no added sugar, artificial sweeteners, thickeners or emulsifiers and it’s a good source of calcium, B12, B2 and phosphorous.

Buy for £1.20 from Sainsburys.

The World’s Fittest Cookbook by Ross Edgley

Eat yourself fitter

Adventurer Ross Edgley has penned The World’s Fittest Cookbook, to help you optimise fitness performance with nutrition.

More than 100 tried-and-tested dishes include Brazilian Bean Stew and No-Bake Biscoff Cheesecake, plus there’s a ‘toolkit’ Ross promises will ‘revolutionise your food prep and your weight loss’.

Buy for £10 from Amazon.

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