Too slammed at work to go to the store? Buy it on Amazon. Need to find a cheap pair of headphones the day before a trip? Amazon. Wanting to buy your cat a hat just because? Weird, but also, Amazon.

There’s something for everyone on that magical site, especiallyfitness lovers. So if you’re looking to beef up your home-gym or shop for the macro-counter in your life, look no further than this lineup of Amazon best sellers.

1. Waterfly Fanny Pack

Whoever thought that fanny packs would be cool again? Not us—but then again, the 90s are back. As leggings usually only come with one dinky pocket big enough for a key, owning a running pouch is essential. This one from Waterfly is water-resistant, adjustable, and has a ton of zippered pockets. It fits a cellphone and the sneaky rear pocket can be used for valuables such cash or, you know, a key.($14;

2. Simply Fit Board

OK, so this Simply Fit Board (you might have seen on Shark Tank) doesn’t exactly scream “cool!” But it’s actually an awesome tool for stabilization training and core strengthening. The suggested moves will tone your abs, upper body, core, and legs as the unstable, curved surface forces your body to stabilize. There’s even a DVD of workouts you can follow along to. Now you’ll just need to find a DVD player…($40;

3. TheraGun G2Pro

If you’re ready to take your recovery to the next level, check out the TheraGun. This thing does not mess around—the kit comes with a handful of different attachments to address different areas of muscle pain, soreness, and tightness, and works with the speed and intensity of a power drill.TheraGun’s been making serious waves on Instagram. But make sure you watch a demo video with sound before you bring it into your thinly walled apartment building because this sucker is loud. And yes, it is outrageously expensive—but PT’s and trainers are swearing by it, so if your heart’s set on owning one there’s also a payment plan on their site.($600;

4. TrainRite Compact Fitness Journal

Setting some epic fitness-based goals? If so, organization is key for staying on track. This TrainRite compact fitness journal is a huge help. Each page has space to log your daily workout as well as a notes section to track how it went, along your sleep, water intake, etc. And like its name suggests, it’s compact and super easy to use—just throw it in your gym bag and get after those goals.($18;

5. Synergee Power Pink Core Sliders

These Synergee Power Core sliders are perfect for a low-fuss, quiet workout at home as they can be used on carpet or hardwood floors. They’re pretty unassuming, but don’t be fooled—there are a ton of ways you can utilize these babies to engage your core, fire up your glutes, and challenge your stability. If you need some slider inspo, we’ve got you covered.($9;

6. Enther Meal Prep Containers

If you’ve decided that this will be the year you finally bring your lunch to work, you’ll need to be prepared. That’s where meal-prep tools like this come in: These super durable, BPA-free containers from Enther are great for storing healthy meals (and reducing the odds of succumbing to takeout throughout the week). They’re also freezer, microwave, and dishwasher safe so you can get all the meal-prep bang for your buck. ($20;

7. Motivational Fitness Sports Water Bottle With Time Marker

We told ourselves that we were going to drink more water, but that was last January and we’re still struggling. When building any new habit, it helps to have all the encouragement you can get. That’s why this overly enthusiastic, accountability-based water bottle from H20Coach is perfect. It’s BPA free, comes with time markers and phrases to remind you to drink up, and even has an extra reusable straw so you can continue your crusade to end plastic straws and save the earth.($20;

8. Tone Fitness Aerobic Stepper

Some workouts will never die (no matter how we try to kill them), and there’s no better example than the stepper. It’s been around, well, forever because it’s a tool that provides low-impact cardio and muscle toning that you can do in your home. This stepper from Tone Fitness has two height levels and is non-slip, making it ultra-secure for your workout. Sorry, 80s leotard and leg warmers not included. ($24;

9. Tesla Yoga Pants

Yoga pants are the bomb—the only problem is, most high-quality pairs cost an arm and a leg. Luckily, we found these yoga pants from Tesla (no relation to the car), which are best sellers on Amazon. They come in a variety of colors and patterns and are high-waisted so you won’t have to pull them up every five seconds. Peep the reviews and you’ll see—women have been raving about these pants as the quality is definitely worth more than the low price.($20;

10. Body Back Buddy Original Point Therapy Self-Massage Tool

OK, so this might look like something your grandma would have, but don’t be too quick to judge this self-massage tool from Body Back. After an intense workout, it’s an awesome way to give your sore muscles a little TLC.Just like a deep tissue massage, the sort of trigger point pressure this tool delivers hurts so good—just be sure to follow the safety instructions as you dig into those pesky knots. The best part? You won’t need help getting to those tough-to-reach spots on your back, so you might even end up saving on massages. ($30;

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Sarah is a writer, editor and cat mom. Lover of wine, rom-coms, and all things self-care, she’s inspired by mindfulness and helping others feel balanced in their lives through meditation, self-love and, of course, self-care. To learn more, you can find her at