Shown from left to right:
Spri Xercise ballTo upgrade your workout, get on the ball. Keeping your body stable on a wobbly orb challenges core muscles and improves balance. This one comes in four sizes and has a sheet of eight moves you can do right away.
To buy: $30 and up, spriproducts.com.
Finally, a bra that truly banishes bounce. The woven stretch fabric has a whopping 32 percent Lycra (most sports bras have 20 percent or less), so once you wiggle into the Frog Bra (Title Nine's most popular model), everything stays put.
Frog Bra by Title Nine
To buy: $33, titlenine.com.
Ubiquitous at the gym and on the track, these shorts' curved leg openings and low-rise waist flatter every body. The lining is made of breathable microfiber, and an internal pocket holds keys or cash. In 19 colors. Sizes extra-small to extra-large.
Nike Tempo Track Shorts
To buy: $28, nike.com.
It's genius: workout pants with built-in underwear that won't peek out or bunch up when you're in downward dog. The panties―in thong or regular―are stitched onto the waistband in five spots, so they won't budge or show panty lines.
Yogini Style Yogasmart Pants
To buy: $60, yoginistyle.com.
Some shoe companies alter their designs every year (often changing the very thing you like), but New Balance has resisted this urge. Since 1979 this cute, cushiony shoe has taken women for a stroll, a run, or just around town in cloudlike comfort.
New Balance 992
To buy: $78, nbnorthshore.com.