Escape Fitness Deck V2.0

You don’t need a lot of equipment at home to be able to perform an intense workout, however there are a few pieces of gear that will really up the ante - a deck being one of them. The Escape Deck V2.0 from Escape Fitness can be used during a whole range exercises including cardio, weight and balance training. The original Deck was an all-in-one tool for step, circuits and bootcamps, the Deck V2.0 has taken things up a gear by adding even more versatility for cardio and strength workouts, with 16 possible configurations.

Bodyblade Classic

My partner and I like to work out together, with one person resting and spotting whilst the other pushes for the burn, the downside to this is he is a little stronger than me, ok he’s a lot stronger than me, and this means we end up switching out weights and changing the configuration of our equipment with every set. The Bodyblade classic is a one-size-fits-all piece of work-out apparatus that can be quickly passed between users without adjustment and if you are working out alone it is always ready to go, all you need to do it pick it up.

Zepp Golf 2

The Zepp Golf 2 is the next generation of the Zepp Golf. Its new features include the Smart Coach training system, which measures your full swings on the course and allows you to compare swing metrics and consistency from round to round and from range to course. All you need to do is take a few swings, and the Zepp 2 will instantly collect data that can be used to assess the areas in which you could improve, and will even offer training programs that are tailor-made to help you advance your technique.

Vivobarefoot Primus Trail FG X Finisterre

Purely because the name is such a mouthful, we will refer to the Primus Trail FG X Finisterre as the FG X. They come in an attractive Mood Indigo design in both men’s and women’s models, constructed with a ‘less is more’ approach and with a new partnership with Finisterre it is more sustainable than ever.

POC Ventral Air Spin

POC is a Swedish company with a mission to do the best they can to possibly save lives and to reduce the consequences of accidents for gravity sports athletes and cyclists. Founded in 2005 it first appeared on the market with products designed for the ski racing market, with new solutions to improve ski racing safety, by reducing the force transmitted to the brain and body in case of a crash. These days POC make safety gear for mountain and road cycling as well as snow sports and sunglasses to help keep you safe whilst you get your adventure sport on.

Ben Sayers XF Laser Rangefinder

Ben Sayers was formed way back in 1873, that’s the same year our dear old Queen Lizzy’s Great-Great-Grandmother, Queen Victoria, was on the throne, so it is easy to believe that this is amongst the oldest golf companies in the world. The Ben Sayers brand created many revolutionary pieces of golf equipment, including the gutta-percha golf balls and the ‘Benny’ putter, the first putter to have a square-edged grip, and then, years later the first set of carbon-shafted irons and the first oversized driver, and now the XF Laser RangeFinder.

UA Vanish Woven Shorts

When you are pushing yourself to the limits during your workout you need the appropriate clothing that can keep up with you. The Vanish Woven Shorts from Under Armour are a great choice to join you on your exercise regime. Available in sizes XS all the way up to XXL, they have a fitted finish, which means they are tailored in a more athletic style without being too tight or too loose in any area.

UA RUSH Short Sleeve

The RUSH Short Sleeve top had the honour of making its debut appearance on the final day of my three-month Tough Mudder training, this had involved 8-mile runs, hour-long circuit training, hill sprints and many MANY pull ups, thankfully my last session consisted of a very gentle 5 miler (although it was chucking it down at the time, nice weather would be too easy).