The best exercise mirrors in 2023, tested by certified trainers

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Fitness at home They got more advanced—and more stylish—when fitness mirrors entered the game. While these sleek, mirrored machines act as mirrors while you’re resting, when turned on, they allow users to live stream or follow huge libraries of pre-recorded classes, including disciplines such as cardio, strength training, yoga, pilates, barre, boxing, and More. Although each brand’s option is different, some offer live training via 3D sensors or cameras on the device itself. “It’s multifunctional for lifestyle and fitness,” explains Noam Tamir, CSCS, owner of TS Fitness in New York, NY. Not only do mirrors offer a lot of variety in terms of fitness types and classes, but 3D trainers hold more attention and allow you to see your figure better than a regular TV. Plus, it stores a lot of equipment inside, eliminating clutter and saving space too.”

We’ve tried and tested many of the options on the market today and rounded up the ones we’ve found to be the best fitness mirrors based on price, offerings, design, and ease of use. Here are the results.

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Subscription fee $39 per month
Delivery Charge free
Dimensions 56 x 22.4 x 1.4 in
Classes available More than 10,000 chapters
Product weight 70 lbs.

Best for weightlifting


Fit Studio

Dimensions 72 x 26 x 16 in
Delivery Charge $250
Subscription fee $39 per month
Classes available Over 2,000 live and on-demand exercises
Product weight 100 lbs.

Best for small spaces



Dimensions 63 x 20 x 1.6 inches (Mini) or 68 x 23 x 1.6 inches (Core)
Delivery Charge $250
Subscription fee $39 per month
Classes available More than 700 categories are available upon request
Product weight Fiture Mini is 40 lbs. and Fiture Core is 60 lbs.

Best for a variety of exercises



Subscription fee $39 per month
Dimensions 24.25 x 14 x 72.65 in
Delivery Charge $100 dollars
Product weight 140 lbs.
Classes available The iFit library contains over 16,000 live and on-demand classes.

Best for live classes


Touch mirror reflect

Subscription fee $40 a month
Classes available More than 40 classes per day, and more than 3,500 classes on demand
Product weight 106 lbs
Dimensions 58 x 20 x 55 in
Delivery Charge $35

The most budget-friendly exercise mirror

Nordic Track

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Dimensions 72.65 x 24.25 x 14 in
Delivery Charge $199
Subscription fee $39 per month, first month free
Classes available The iFit library contains over 16,000 live and on-demand classes.
Product weight 258 lbs.

Best for heart rate training

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Dimensions 68 x 26.3 x 2.25 in
Delivery Charge free
Subscription fee $49 per month
Classes available Over 750 live and on-demand classes are available. Live personal training is also available.
Product weight 102 lbs.

Best cable splicing machine


Home gym

Subscription fee $49 per month
Dimensions 50.9 x 21.5 x 5.25 in
Delivery Charge Free delivery and installation
Product weight 150 lbs.
Classes available Over 1,000 live and on-demand classes

Over the past year, we’ve consulted the fitness editors at Men’s Health, as well as master fitness trainers from both the MH Advisory Council and MH’s Strength in Diversity initiative. They put months of hands-on practice with fitness mirrors from top fitness brands. They evaluated the products on durability, quality and training efficiency.

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Amy Schlinger is a seasoned health and fitness writer and editor based in New York City.

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