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Alias Barbell

You won't be using it to train for the World's Strongest Man competition, but if all you're looking for is enough weight to keep tone while you're sitting at your desk, the Alias Barbell ($150-$200) is all you need. Available in 1kg (2.2lbs) or 2kg (4.4lbs) varieties, these sleek fitness implements are made from chromed casting brass, and feature thermoplastic rubber on the ends to keep your desk — and the weight — from getting scratched up. Designed by the one and only Philippe Starck.

  • Treadwall

    Everyone knows that climbing is a great workout — but installing a climbing wall in your house isn't exactly a viable idea. Enter the Treadwall ($TBA). This innovative machine offers a 4 foot-wide climbing area and acts just like a treadmill, only for climbing instead of running. If a vertical climb sounds too dull for you, pony up for the Pro model and tackle inclines/declines of +5 to -20 degrees — or as we like to call it, Spidey-training.

  • Fitbit Zip & One

    Keep track of your activity day and night with the Fitbit Zip & One ($60-$100). The colorful Zip tracks your steps taken, distance traveled, and calories burned, and lets you simply tap to get your stats, while the One also tracks stairs climbed and monitors how long and how well you sleep, and can quietly wake you up in the morning by gently vibrating on your wrist. As a bonus, both sensors sync to your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth 4.0, making battery life worries a thing of the past.