Fitbit Charge 3 (£130)
Like the Hoover of the wearable world, Fitbit has become synonymous with the activity tracker – and for good reason: no good at sucking up dust, the Charge 3 is the latest in a long line of multi-talented movement motivators.
With a battery life that'll see you through a week of step counting, sleep logging and heart-rate reading, the lightweight tracker is also good for a dunking and packs contactless payment tech – perfect for picking up a quick protein bar as you jog past the corner shop.
Beryl Laserlight Core (£70)
Strapping a bright white shiner to your handlebars in the dark isn't just a good idea – it's a legal requirement. Thing is, while the glow might show you where to go, it's not always enough to tell cars you're coming.
Beat the dreaded blind-spot with this two-in-one bike light from Beryl: equipped with a 400-lumen beam that'll glow for up to 41 hours, the real trick lies in its laser, which projects an image of a bike onto the road ahead. Much like the Mysterons, when drivers see the green they'll know you're near.
Vivobarefoot Primus Lite (£100)
From better balance to softer strides, barefoot running has countless benefits for runners – but stepping on a broken beer bottle isn't one of them. Go halfway with these alternative pavement-pounders from Vivobarefoot.
Designed to let your feet be free with a brilliant blend of lightweight breathability and flexible support, the barely-there Primus Lites are crafted from recycled plastic bottles – so you can sprint guilt-free into the world.
Manduka Eko Lite Yoga Mat (€65)
Deep in Downward-Facing Dog, you're on the verge of finding your inner peace when – om! – it hits you like an organic coconut to the noggin: how can you meditate when you're stretching on an dirty piece of plastic?
Replace your ageing roll-up with something altogether more at one with the earth: Manduka's mats are made from biodegradable natural rubber, harvested in a tree-friendly way as part of a zero-waste process. Namaste to that.
Omron EVOLV Blood Pressure Monitor (£120)
Proper athletes know you can never have too much data. Calories, heart rate, blood oxygen: every point and set can be analysed for marginal gains.
You're not a proper athlete – but at least Omron's wireless smart monitor will give you blood pressure stats on tap. Simply slip the cuff on your arm and it'll fling those all-important readings to your phone. What on earth you do with them is a different matter entirely.
Petzl Reactik+ (£60)
Winter sprints might be exhilerating, but there's nothing exciting about colliding with a park bench in the 5pm dark. Strap this shiner to your skull and you'll see every kerb coming.
Equipped with reactive tech that adjusts the brightness and beam pattern to suit the conditions, pair Petzl's clever headtorch with your smartphone for full customisation. There are four lighting profiles as standard (including ones for mountaineering and trekking), with the option to create many more of your own – such as Jogging In The Dark While Terrified Of The Scary Tree Shapes.
Wahoo Kickr 2018 (£1000)
Love to ride? Hate to get drenched? Get your pedal on whatever the weather with Wahoo's latest turbo trainer. More than just a flywheel, the silent smart spinner can connect to a bevy of training apps for realistic virtual rides – sans wet lycra, of course.
Prefer to ride your regular trail? Link the Kickr to a Wahoo Elemnt computer and you can tackle a recorded real-world route from the comfort of your living room. All that's missing is the wind in your hair. Unless you buy a big fan.