The Fit List: The latest must-haves and natural alternatives to buy this week

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The weather is enough to put anyone off from working out. Summer cannot come any quicker, right?

This week’s Fit List packed with fitness must haves and natural alternatives could give you a boost of motivation to get yourself in top form.

The list includes a headset that stimulates the brain with gentle electrical signals and a gym class that teaches you wrestling techniques.

Check out this week’s best options below, as compiled by Vicki-Marie Cossar…

Earn your stripes

If you’re in London and fancy spicing up your workout head to Gymbox. The Lucha Libre wrestling class teaches you techniques including, footwork, falling, wristlocks, rope bouncing and tiger rolls.

Buy a membership, from £84 (access to 11 sites across London and unlimited classes online classes), at Gymbox.

Skin deep

Supercharged with hydrolyzed collagen and bakuchiol, a plant-derived alternative to retinol, this VENN Collagen Intensive Phyto-Retinol Renewal Mask also boasts niacinamide, 17 amino acids, five probiotics and six peptides. The mask turns transparent when the actives are absorbed.

Buy VENN Collagen Intensive Phyto-Retinol Renewal Mask, for £45 (two masks), from Harvey Nichols.

Pinch of salt

TENZING has combined British apples with Cornish sea salt and seaberries (an antioxidant-rich superfood) in a plant-based drink. It might sound strange, but the Apple and Seaberry flavour is packed with antioxidants and tastes quite delicious.

Buy TENZING, for £18.56 (12 x 330ml cans), from Amazon.

Ahead of the curve

It took three years of development and 5,000 miles of testing to nail the Keen Curve technology in the WK400 walking shoe. The special tech gives a rolling sensation when you walk to propel you forward.

Buy WK400, for £135, from Keen Footwear.

Soothe symptoms

This Flow Neuroscience headset stimulates the brain with gentle electrical signals, while the behavioural therapy app will help you get to the root of your depression – 83 per cent of those who used this reported an improvement in symptoms.

Buy a Flow Neuroscience headset, for £299, from Flow Neuroscience.

Get racy

Get kitted out for the TCS London Marathon with New Balance’s Women’s Marathon Race Range. The prints are inspired by the city’s green spaces and the designs are pretty edgy.

Buy Printed Impact Run Tank, for £35, from New Balance.

Buy Printed Impact Run Tight, for £60, from New Balance.

Beat this

Check out the new colours for the Beats Fit Pro wireless earbuds. Offering the same amazing tech spec – wingtip design, sweat and water resistance, three listening modes, spatial audio with dynamic head tracking and one-touch pairing – they now come in Coral Pink, Volt Yellow and Tidal Blue colours for spring.

Buy Beats Fit Pro, for £219.99, from Apple.

Box fresh

We are loving influencer Kayla Itsines’ collaboration with PE Nation. Items include shorts, leggings, crops and tanks for all fitness abilities and levels. We have our eye on this zesty set.

Buy Challenge Sports Bra in Aurora, for £80, from PE Nation.

Buy Full Time Short in Aurora, for £84, from PE Nation.

Balancing act

Ishga’s Balancing Marine Face Cream contains the brand’s potent seaweed extract and Hebridean spring water. Together they boast 86 different vitamins and minerals, which promise to rejuvenate and protect the skin from environmental damage.

Buy Balancing Marine Face Cream, for £39 (30ml), from Ishga.

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