Yoga design lab combo mat
It's easy to practise yoga without leaving the house once you know what you're doing, but it's surprisingly hard to find the time. So if investing in good equipment makes all the difference, it's money well spent. This combo mat is comfy and has a microfibre top layer that increases grip as your body heats up during practice, making it ideal for hot yoga. Wet the surface slightly for extra grip.The yoga design Lab Combo mat is priced at £56 . Or get 10 per cent off with code 44GZ3CX5 at Amazon..
Hidden rowing machine
You can split the Concept2 Model D rowing machine in two and stand the pieces on end to save floor space, but it's easier to get motivated for a home workout if your kit's set up and ready to go. So consider a smart solution, such as the mini basement that Hugo Tugman, founder of Architect Your Home, built into his side return extension. It's just deep enough to hide his rowing machine when not in use, with trap doors covering it. The machine's £860.
AEG Sport mini mixer
Grab a healthy treat on the go with this mini smoothie blender, which is small enough to keep parked on your kitchen worktop without taking up valuable space. It comes with two BPA-free 0.6-litre sports bottles, so there is always one ready, and its 300W motor is powerful enough to handle ice. Better still, freeze pieces of fruit or veg in advance, then throw them into your breakfast smoothie to keep it cool without diluting the drink in the way that ice will. The AEG Sport mini mixer is priced at £99.95
If you want to track your weight but you don't want to obsess over it, smart scales are a good option. Weigh yourself each day or week without feeling the need to remember your weight because the scales remember for you. In fact, they use your home wi-fi connection to send the data to your phone. That way, you can see graphs of your weight, body mass index and fat percentage when you want to. This Fitbit Aria is a great little motivator. Priced at £99.99.
Fitbit Charge HR
This feature-packed activity tracker doesn't just keep a log of your fitness and sleep, it also monitors your heart rate constantly and tracks your everyday activity. Messages arrive in your app and email inbox to motivate you several times a day. Even if you don't leave the house at all, you can take comfort in seeing how many storeys you've climbed and how many steps you have taken — you'll have moved more than you think. The Fitbit Charge HR is priced at £119.99.