The 35 Most Popular Products Members Are Buying Right Now

By , SparkPeople Blogger
Remember when needing a new sports bra meant actually driving to the mall and going to a few different department stores to pick out just the right one? Now, getting what you want is just a couple clicks away, thanks to online retailers like Amazon.

Since peer reviews are the best reviews, we worked with the retail behemoth to offer you a sneak peek into the products at the top of our members' must-have lists. From leggings (boy, do you love leggings!) to food scales and everything in between, your purchases shed light on what you like to buy and helps us better understand your weight-loss journey so we can share with you only the products we think will help you live a healthier, happier life.

Although the year's not over, we went ahead and took peek at your most popular purchases since January. Because surely if you love it, other members will love it too.


Leggings: By far the most popular piece of clothing purchased by members is the quintessential black legging. Whether for the price point or the items' excellent ratings, you couldn’t get enough of these five wardrobe staples.

90 Degree by Reflex Natural Bamboo Yoga Pants (starting at $12.50)

Photo courtesy of Amazon.

Leggings Depot Ultra Soft Fashion Leggings (starting at $11.99)

Oalka Power Flex Yoga Pants ($17.99)

ZERDOCEAN Women's Modal Plus-Size Mid-Thigh Shorts ($11.99)

4ucycling Cycling Breathable 3D Gel Padded Bicycle Tights ($25.99)

Sports Bras and Socks: Women come in all shapes and sizes, and from top to bottom, our sports bras and socks should support us, whatever our athletic endeavors. Whether you need a super supportive running bra that holds the girls in place or a good pair of wicking, non-chafing socks, there's no denying these two clothing items carry the brunt of the heavy lifting when it comes to healthy living. Try a little tenderness with these favorite items.

Glamorise No-Bounce Full-Support Bra (starting at $22.99)

Photo courtesy of Amazon.

Playtex Play Outgoer Underwire Sports Bra (starting at $17.58)

Panache Underwire Sports Bra (starting at $34.99)

FITS Women's Light Runner-No Show Socks ($16.99)

Balega Hidden Comfort Socks (starting at $11.95)

Health & Fitness

Gadgets: How can you say "no" to a watch that will alert you when you've not taken enough steps or a tracker that helps you get a better night's sleep? You said "yes" to all of that and more.

Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate + Fitness Wristband ($148.95)

Photo courtesy of Amazon.

Fitbit Zip Wireless Activity Tracker ($48.16)

Garmin vívofit 2 Activity Tracker ($79.97)

Jawbone UP MOVE Activity + Sleep Tracker ($9.95)

Misfit Wearables Link Activity Tracker ($19.99)


Music: We all need a little motivation now and then. What better way to get those legs moving and those arms pumping than with some inspiring music moving you along? Although your musical tastes ranged from Beyoncé to KC and the Sunshine Band, these are the top five downloads so far this year.

Justin Timberlake, "CAN'T STOP THE FEELING!" – Amazon  iTunes

Photo courtesy of Amazon.

Journey, "Don't Stop Believin'" – Amazon  iTunes

Survivor, "Eye of the Tiger" – Amazon  iTunes

LMFAO, "Party Rock Anthem" – Amazon  iTunes

Katy Perry, "Roar" – Amazon  iTunes

Books: Containing a world of knowledge literally at your fingertips, books can help us learn to cook, meditate, motivate, exercise or simply get lost in tales of other worlds. These five books were your favorites.

"The SparkPeople Cookbook: Love Your Food, Lose the Weight" by Meg Galvin

Photo courtesy of Amazon.

"The Spark: The 28-Day Breakthrough Plan for Losing Weight, Getting Fit, and Transforming Your Life" by Chris Downie

"Chair Yoga: Sit, Stretch, and Strengthen Your Way to a Happier, Healthier You" by Kristin McGee

"Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day" by Leanne Brown

"The Complete Mediterranean Cookbook: 500 Vibrant, Kitchen-Tested Recipes for Living and Eating Well Every Day" by The Editors at America's Test Kitchen


Tools: They say abs are made in the kitchen, but so are salads, lasagna and zoodles. When you're living a healthy lifestyle, a lot of work goes into the preparation and cooking of healthy foods for you and your family. Whether it's scales that weigh out the perfect portion or containers that keep your berries fresh, the items you choose for your kitchen can help you eat healthy every day.

Ozeri Pronto Digital Multifunction Kitchen and Food Scale ($12.11)

Photo courtesy of Amazon.

Fit & Fresh 17-Piece Reusable Container Set ($22.95)

Instant Pot 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker ($99.95)

Lodge Cast-Iron Square Grill Pan ($14.62)

Prepworks by Progressive Berry Keeper ($7.99)
Which healthy living item have you purchased this year that you can't live without? 

We hope you love these products as much as we do! SparkPeople may collect a small percentage of revenue from the links on this page. Prices subject to change. 

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VHAYES04 6/29/2020
Ty Report
HWNHMMBRD 6/19/2020
My portable mini scale for weighing my food on the go and my Sous Vide Cooker. Report
REYNJANET 6/19/2020
My Fitbit Versa 2 and my Presto Air Fryer
7STIGGYMT 6/19/2020
This article is 3 years old.... a little out of date. Report
LISAMARIE2015 6/19/2020
I hate leggings so much. I can’t wait for the boot leg and flare to make a full come back. It’s trying to lol. Report
ALICIA363 6/19/2020
I got a small spring-loaded food scale from Target back in the day. Only weighs to 16 oz-475g but it does the job for me! Report
ETHELMERZ 6/19/2020
Prices have changed since 2017.... Report
RO2BENT 6/19/2020
Some good suggestions for features Report
SPINECCO 5/10/2020
Thanks, but any male stuff? Report
Great article!! I love my Reebok running leggings. Has a pocket on each leg and they fit my iPhone 8 plus in a case Report
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I love my Belaga socks. They hold up well Report
In the summer I just wear a sports bra and shorts. I the winter, I wear leggings and a sports bra Report
I like these type of articles that show the 'up to the minute' products that are beneficial for this journey. Report
Interesting & informative. Report
Some goodies Report
Thanks for sharing. Report
Veggies! Report
I owned 2 fitbit zips. Useless. when they worked, it was great. They just don't last that long. Not for the price anyway. Report
great. Report
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Tomorrow, I plan to clear a space just for me. And, then I will re-read this article and takes notes creating a shopping list just for me. Just couldn't read fast enough tonight. Report
Thanks for advertising Report
I got Samsung Gear Fit tracker watch years ago and I love it.
This year my hubby bought me leggings. Even the red pair looks good on me! Report
Not so much for males! Report
Great! Report
There were only 29 products listed here...? Report
Interesting!! Thanks! Report
My food scale and fitbit are the two I value the most. But cute workout clothes motivate me as well. Report
Can anyone give a suggestion as to a good and comfortable walking shoe for people first starting out? Thanks. :) Report
I have to wait until companies start selling clothes for tall people again. Meanwhile I'm patching my old black pants until they do. Talls used to be a staple item in Lucy, Lululemon, and X-Version. Report
I would love to get some of those gadgets. I have the fitbit. I used to have the spark people tracker. That thing was an epic fail Report
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Great ideas! Report
Love all the great ideas! Report
Ladies heads up, these Glamorise No Bounce Full Support Bras are the best! Really comfortable, best bra my girls have ever had! Report
Nice article but you can get fit and healthy without any extra "stuff" Report
LOVE my Glamorise motion control bra and my Fitbit Charge 2. The only thing I love more is my Hoka One One Gaviota running shoes!!! Report
Fitbit, keeps me active throughout the day! Report
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I have a Fitbit charge 2, I can't live without it! Report
I thinking about getting a Ftbit tracker. Report
I love my air fryer. I can make my own tortilla or wonton chips without any oil or added fats. Report
Thanks for the info. I will check out some of them. Report