5 Ridiculously Expensive Fitness Accessories That Someone Thought You’d Actually Get Sweaty

5 Ridiculously Expensive Fitness Accessories That Someone Thought You’d Actually Get Sweaty

Tara Bellucci
Sep 27, 2016
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Are you #fitfluential to the extreme? Did you just win the lottery? Perhaps you just want a home gym that's a beautiful, expensive shrine to your body temple. Either way, here are five real fitness products you can buy for the priciest workout of your life (even though it's probably cheaper to just buy a new body).

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Marble Kettlebell, $693.16

Yep, this is a piece of fitness equipment carved out of real Italian marble. Sculpted outside of Lake Como (do you think George & Amal have a full set?), you better be deep into that Crossfit life to drop this kind of cash, or else you'll end up with a gorgeously expensive doorstop.

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Charli Cohen Prism Hoodie, $445

Carbon38 wants us to "keep it casual" with this hoodie. For $445, this should be the opposite of casual; I want the tuxedo of hoodies— and I'm definitely not sweating in it. Though it's moisture wicking and made of scuba fabric, so I suppose you could, if you're okay with sweating in something that cost almost $500.

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PENT., contact for pricing

For only the chicest home gyms, PENT makes luxe fitness equipment out of high-quality wood and steel in a variety of finishes. There's a free weight set, kettlebells, bench, and wall bar (lead image). Now, I know what you're thinking: what about my yacht? They got you, boo.

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RolPal, $365

You know what's the most excruciating part of every workout? The foam roller. If you also want to make it painful for your wallet, grab yourself a RolPal. Refinery29 describes it as "a rolling pin covered in Riley's sad memories from Inside Out." We're pretty sure buying this would be a sad memory.

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Baller Yoga mats, $495-$1000

Hey bro, you know what's not baller enough? Yoga mats. One way to make them brotastic? Make them out of footballs. Yes, these mats are one-hundo percent football leather for the broiest bro who ever broga'd. Sure, the leather means you're not going to slip when they get sweaty, but you could, you know, just get a $15 mat towel and call it a day. Your choice.

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