5 Best Wireless Gym Headphones


If you are anything like me, you simply cannot work out without your favourite music. It tunes out all the noise in your head and helps the intense workouts go by quicker. A high-quality headphone completely transforms your workout experience and serves as a great motivator.

With thousands of options available in the market, landing on the perfect gym buddy is quite a difficult task. To make your shopping experience hassle-free, we have compiled a list of the five best wireless gym headphones. Without further ado, let’s jump straight into our list:

Jabra Elite Active 75t

This headphone is certainly an all-rounder and is undoubtedly one of the top workout headphones. They come with a battery life of 7.5 hours, and 28 hours with a charging case. The IPX rating is IP57. It definitely says something. Doesn’t it? These amazing gym buddies are waterproof, dustproof, and swear resistant. It comes in a variety of colour options to suit every taste: copper black, mint, navy, grey, sienna, and titanium black.

Elite Active 75t offers ultimate comfort and on-ear stability. Trust me when I say that they will not budge a bit during a workout while enjoying the vibrant, detailed audio. You can even customize the audio with the Jabra app and use the noise cancellation feature to block out any noise in rowdy environments.

Beats Fit Pro

After releasing two critically acclaimed wireless models, Beats launched its best workout phone to date: Fit Pro. Think of them as a sporty variation of the Studio Buds. The clean design, with six-hour battery life, offers the same functionality as the AirPods Pro and is of course water-resistant. They come with the perks such as strong noise cancellation, and spatial audio that lets you enjoy the 3D-like sound. Wingtips are a very simple and effective upgrade that is much needed for strenuous workouts. 

Similar to all other Apple products, IOS users are able to access more functionality as Fit Pro runs on the propriety H1 chip. It compliments all ear sizes and is super comfortable for all kinds of sporty activities.

Amazfit PowerBuds Pro

PowerBuds Pro offers an enticing upgrade of noise cancellation to the original PowerBuds. It comes with four modes; adaptive, workout, travel, and indoor. Each one of the modes is very effective in minimizing the distractions going on in the surroundings. Sound is bass-rich that serves as a perfect energizer for your workouts. You can go ahead and personalize the sound by choosing from 10 different presets.

It also comes with a bunch of quirky features such as heart monitoring, cervical protection, and motion beat; all of them come in very handy while working out.

Beats Powerbeats Pro

The Beats Powerbeats Pro is the closest thing you can find to sporty AirPods. Many series hallmarks remain intact such as secure ear-hook design, energetic sound (which seems to be way more balanced), and the signature B logo. It is one of the first models to offer volume controls via rockers atop each bud. The performance is quite similar to AirPods Pro, thanks to the H1 chip. IPX4 certification for water resistance comes as part of the package as well.

The only downside to this one is the heavy charging case. While it is not weighing you down while working out, it can get a tad bit uncomfortable.

Jaybird Tarah Pro

A lot of the wireless headphones don’t offer a link between the earbuds but Jaybird’s Tarah Pro buds are different. They are connected by a wire that helps them achieve excellent endurance numbers. Moreover, Jaybird has also incorporated an accelerometer in the headset which automatically powers down when you don’t move for 15 minutes. It extends the battery life even further.

The cord is fabric-covered which makes the headphones super comfortable to wear while working out. These headphones are IPX7-rates which means they are sweat resistant.  The music sounds great and the customized audio profile setting fine-tunes the sound perfectly.

So, these were our top recommendations for gym headphones. Let us know if you have tried any of them. If you have any favourites of your own, leave them down in the comments section below.

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