Living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to be a daunting task. There are many products available to help make the process easier. There is no time like the present to make your body a priority and it’s no secret that good health can have an undeniably positive impact on quality of life.
Whether you are looking for the perfect workout outfit, accessories or equipment, or revamping your kitchen appliances to accommodate a new diet, JCPenney has everything you need to refresh your diet and exercise regimen no matter your budget.
Find more products like these to aid you in your quest to live a healthier lifestyle at JCPenney and jcpenney.com.
Find Comfort in Every Situation
Snuggle up in softness whether you’re on the move or just relaxing with this Xersion Long Sleeve Cowlneck Hooded Fleece Pullover. Perfect for those trips to the gym or a jog around the block or neighborhood, the anti-pilling finish helps keep fleece smooth and comfortable, and thumbholes help keep the sleeves in place while you’re on the go. Available for $30 in three colors, the pullover also features a kangaroo pocket to warm your hands and protect your belongings.
Unlock Hidden Nutrition in Food
Now you can have the power to unlock food’s hidden nutrition in the comfort of your own home. The NutriBullet Blender, which retails for $135, is ideal for milling grains, grinding fresh herbs and chopping nuts with a flat stainless steel blade that never needs sharpening. Complete with a power base, both tall and short cups, an extractor blade and pocket nutritionist, the blender makes it easy to keep your healthy eating goals on track.
Add Personality to Your Workouts
An allover print adds a pop of personality to workout wear, such as these performance-ready Xersion Print Capris. The tight compression fit provides added comfort during workouts while Quick-Dri moisture-wicking fabric helps keep you dry and won’t irritate your skin. Retailing for $44, the capris come in five vibrant color patterns and feature a credit card pocket in the waistband so you can easily take everything you need with you.
Say Goodbye to Calorie Counting
Say goodbye to exercise journals and calorie counting with the iFit Vue Fitness Tracker. The rechargeable active band is an all-day fitness tracker that takes the stress out of keeping up with your goals while motivating your climb toward fitness. Retailing for $140, the SmartSense technology automatically detects every movement, step and calorie burned. An easy-to-read touchscreen display with onscreen notifications allows you to track your progress and easily scroll through goals and activities.
Pick Portable Training Tools
Built for durability and comfort, this Stamina Doorway Trainer Plus is the ultimate training tool to strengthen and develop your shoulders, back and arms with five grip positions to help you build and tone upper body muscles with pull-ups, triceps dips, push-ups and sit-ups. The trainer, which retails for $85 and holds up to 250 pounds, fits most sturdy, standard doorways with trim and attaches and removes easily from the doorframe so you can take your workout with you.
Don’t Forget About Your Feet
Whether running errands or working out at the gym, the right shoe can make all the difference. The Nike Flex Experience Run 4 Women’s Running Shoe offers lightweight flexibility, mid-foot support and plush comfort that can help make even the most mundane of tasks less stressful on your feet. Flex grooves provide a smooth, efficient ride and a mesh collar and tongue enhance breathability. Available for $75, these running shoes are the ideal trainer for everyday use.
Keep Your Mind and Body Focused
A favorite of yoga studio owners because of its length and thickness, this Deluxe Yoga Mat features a gripping design to keep it in place while allowing you to keep your mind focused on the physical task at hand. Available in 18 colors and retailing for $24, the durable, one-quarter-inch foam provides added joint comfort and support and absorbs moisture, making it easy for you to take advantage of the physical benefits associated with yoga.
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