My Celebrity Life

Fitness must-haves and natural alternatives

Autumn is a great time for a fitness reset.

In many ways, the new season feels like a second chance to start the year again – and you can redouble your fitness efforts, unfreeze your gym membership, and dust off those trainers.

So, if you’re serious about upping your fitness game this month, you’ll probably need to invest in some new gear.

Whether you’re after gym kit or protein-rich snacks, soothing post-gym care or nourishing plant-based alternatives, here are our hottest fitness pics:

Up and running

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Shop the capsule collection. (Picture: WIT x SIGMUNDSDOTTIR)

CrossFit athlete Sara Sigmundsdottir has launched her own line of fitness apparel with British retailer WIT Fitness. The full WIT x SIGMUNDSDOTTIR collection doesn’t launch until January 2022, but there’s a pre-release capsule collection available now.

There’s the usual suspects including squat-proof leggings alongside stylish items like asymmetric cut sports bras.

From £30,

Stay in zinc with rockin’ roller

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It’s anti-inflammatory. (Picture: Brushworks)

The Brushworks Zinc Roller is designed to speed up circulation, reduce puffiness and aid lymphatic drainage.

Thanks to the zinc material, it also has anti-inflammatory properties so it is good for acne, rosacea and eczema, too.

Available September 20. £29.99,

Say cheese, go vegan

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Vegan Camembert? Oui. (Picture: Nurishh)

Vegan cheese brand Nurishh is the latest to hit shelves. The plant-based alternatives are Vegan Society approved, lactose-free and gluten-free.

There’s a Mozzarella Block, a cheddar and mozzarella style grated blend and an alternative to Camembert.

From £1.50,

Fresh feet

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Keep those feet feeling fresh. (Picture: Green People)

Banish stinky feet with Green People Deodorising Prebiotic Foot Cream.

Ingredients promote the growth of good bacteria and stop the bad, which causes odour.


Salt and soak

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Go tropical with your next soak. (Picture: Look Fantastic)

Soak away your worries with Westlab’s Salt Shack collection. The bathing salts are made with 97 per cent natural ingredients and comes in 100 per cent recyclable packages.

Choose from cherry, mango, melon and mint.

£3.59 each,

Oil be back

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Jump on the CBD wagon. (Picture: Holland & Barrett)

On the look-out for a new CBD oil? Grass & Co Calm CBD Consumable Oil contains 500mg of CBD, with a botanical blend of ashwagandha, chamomile and mint.

The addition of B6 and B12 also supports psychological function.


Protein bar packs a punch

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Protein fix – sorted. (Picture: Grenade)

Get your mouth around Grenade’s latest launch, the Killa protein bar Fudged Up. Packed with 20g protein, this has a fudge-flavoured centre, a gooey caramel layer and is smothered in milk chocolate and dark chocolate chips.

Hard to believe it’s just 1.7g sugar!


Brush up

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Elevate your brush game. (Picture: Truthbrush)

Simplify your oral care routine with this Truthbrush. Made with bamboo, it’s fully biodegradable and naturally antibacterial and anti-fungal.

It also has bristles made from 100 per cent castor oil, while the packaging is fully recyclable and the shipping is carbon neutral.


Infusion to boost immunity

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Try these powerful bubbles. (Picture: Purearth)

Give your immunity a boost with Purearth’s Sparkling Water.

Created using fermented kefir grains, it’s infused with mango, passionfruit and turmeric to help nourish your gut.

From £2.79 each,

Marathon effort

Digital fitness platform Fiit is launching a collection of 10-40min classes specifically designed to assist London Marathon runners in recovery and efficiency on the big day (October 3), with the help of trainers like Adrienne Herbert and British sprinter Lina Nielsen.

Free 14-day trial, membership from £10 per month,


Credit: Original article published here.

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