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With gyms and fitness studios closed indefinitely, fitness enthusiasts (and those in desperate need of a break from Zoom calls) have moved their exercise routines into the home—or backyard or driveway. Luckily, Walmart still has lots of at-home workout equipment, from yoga mats and blocks to hand weights and foam rollers. Ideal for whether you're following along with Venus Williams or just doing a few bicep curls in between snack breaks.

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1. Crown Sporting Goods Pair of Neoprene Body Sculpting Hand Weights - 5 lb

Not sure what to do with these babies? Start with one of these 12 free weight exercises you can do in the comfort of your living room.

Buy it ($26)

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2. Gold's Gym 3-Pack Stretch Resistance Loop Bands

These three bands are light, medium and heavy resistance for a workout that adapts to your own levels of strength and skill. They also take up next to no space.

Buy it ($5)

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3. Athletic Works Speed Jump Rope

Jumping rope is a hugely effective way to tone up while torching calories. Be aware that it's a pretty high impact exercise, so it might not be the best if you're prone to back or knee pain.

Buy it ($6)

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4. Pure Fitness 65cm Professional Exercise Stability Ball

Stability ball crunches, anyone?

Buy it ($18)

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5. Pure Fitness 3.5mm Yoga Mat

Roll out this yoga mat, hop over to YouTube and do one of the millions (we might be exaggerating a little, but still) of tutorials for everything from hatha to ashtanga.

Buy it ($13)

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6. Gaiam Yoga Block

Complete your DIY yoga studio with a block or two, which can be used for easing into tricky poses like inversions and providing a sturdy seat for meditation.

Buy it ($9)

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7. Yes4All High Quality EPP Foam Roller For Total Body Massage Therapy 18 inch

After you work out, make sure you're recovering properly by stretching and using a foam roller—here's how.

Buy it ($12)

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