Emerson Wine Opener
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Yoga will be a breeze with the help of the Gaiam Balance Ball Chair. Created with the help of a chiropractor, this chair encourages a straighter posture, which in turns tones your core and strengthens back muscles. Use it as a desk chair for an all-day tightening session that you won't even know is happening.
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Acupuncture for Less
Don't let the spikes intimidate you — this tiny mat has got some big health benefits. Lying on the Yantra Mat for just 10 minutes a day can decrease stress levels, ease headaches, and help you sleep better through the power of acupressure.
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Zen on the Go
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Don't Sweat It
You can contort your body into eight different yoga poses to get your T-shirt on after a workout, yet still manage to get those pesky white deodorant spots on it. With Gal Pal Garment Deodorant Removers it's a cinch to wipe away white marks on any type of fabric.
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Rise and Run
Consider this little guy your morning drill sergeant. Once your alarm goes off, the clock will jump from its nightstand and start rolling around, forcing AM gym-goers to get up to turn it off rather than hitting the snooze button and rolling over. It's even equipped with a microphone so you can record your own personal sounds to wake up the lucky recipient.
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Kiss plastic bottles goodbye. Bobble Water Bottles come with a filter to clean tap water and fuel you up for your next sweat session. Not only will you save a few bucks by BYOB (bringing your own Bobble), you'll be saving the planet, too.
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Skip the Suds
Keep your lunchtime workout under wraps with Oscar Blandi Pronto Invisible Volumizing Dry Shampoo. It sops up grease and doesn't leave a chalky residue behind. Also perfect for those mornings when you'd rather snooze than shampoo your hair.
Originally published on FitnessMagazine.com, November 2011.