$1,499.00 $699.99

The Mirror by Lululemon Studio Personal Workout Yoga Boxing

Retails $1,499.

The Mirror is the center of your lululemon Studio Membership. Choose a workout to stream, see your reflection alongside your trainer on a full HD display and track your metrics, all in an elegant design that fits any space in your home.

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This isn't just a mirror. It's a cardio class, it's a yoga studio, it's a boxing ring, it's your new personal trainer, and it's so much more.

The Mirror is a versatile, interactive workout machine that streams on-demand and live workout classes. It aims to mimic the advantages of boutique fitness spaces but in the comfort and immediacy of your home. After testing it, Mirror is best suited for those who enjoy bodyweight and resistance training.

If you're even slightly interested in fitness, you've likely heard about the lululemon Studio Mirror, the $1,500 smart workout machine that aims to bring the advantages of a brick-and-mortar fitness studio into your home. With the use of a companion app, it streams live and on-demand fitness classes directly onto its reflective surface.

Even before the rise of at-home fitness, The Mirror was an intriguing workout option. Though it certainly wasn't the first to combine the motivation and satisfaction of an in-person class with the convenience of an at-home workout, its focus on bodyweight exercises was perfect for those uninterested in stationary bikes or treadmills.

To get a sense of what it's like to actually use, I spent the better part of a month with a review unit installed in my apartment.

A purchase comes with The Mirror, tools for two different setup options (i.e. a wall mount and a carbon steel leaner stand), and a Care Kit that includes a camera lens cap for privacy and a cleaning agent and cloth. Other packages, like The Mirror Plus or The Mirror Pro, come with add-ons like lululemon workout equipment and a heart rate monitor.

In addition to the cost of the machine, the workouts you do via the device aren't free, costing $39 per month. With it, six users are able to take unlimited classes whenever they want and the charges begin upon delivery.

Once The Mirror is set up — either mounted on the wall or in its leaner stand — you're able to stream live and on-demand classes using the companion app on either an iOS or Android-compatible device. New customers need to add required health details like their weight and height, as well as any fitness goals and injury details. It also lets you choose your music from a variety of pre-made playlists or via a synced Spotify Premium account.

Your phone is where you'll browse for classes and read details like what equipment you'll need and a rundown of the exercises included (plus how long you'll do them and in what order).

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The classes it offers: The Mirror membership offers a wide variety of exercise classes kind of like ClassPass if ClassPass did house calls. You can find classes ranging from 15 to 60 minutes in more than 20 genres including sculpt, cardio, boxing, kickboxing, pilates, yoga, barre, and full-body Bootcamp.

You can also pick workouts based on any equipment you have like dumbbells, kettlebells, or resistance bands, as well as your specific fitness level with 1 being beginner and 4 being advanced. There's even a selection of multi-day programs like the 7-workout Yoga Basics and the 21-workout Train for a Marathon.

The platform offers dozens of weekly live classes where you can join other users and get real-time feedback from trainers. You can also sign up for a $40 1:1 session with a personal trainer — and other people can even join this with you for no extra cost. V What it's like to use: Using The Mirror took some getting used to but I was surprised at how much I actually liked it, even if it was a touch weird to see the instructor floating amongst nothing with your reflection layered on top.

Besides that, the image of the instructor and the built-in sound system is clear and easy to understand. Depending on your preferences, you can adjust the volume of the instructor and your music so you can hear more of one over the other.

While you work out, you'll see a countdown clock, calories burned, your BPM (if you're wearing a Bluetooth heart rate monitor), and a few other useful details. The heart rate monitor also helps you see exactly how close you are to achieving the target heart rate for the exercise.

If you've noted that you have an injury, you'll see a minimized image of the instructor in the lower left-hand corner of the screen suggesting a less intense modification of whatever exercise the rest of the class is doing. This is a great feature for anyone rehabbing or minding an injury as it still provides the same upbeat motivation of the class you're taking.

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A surprisingly solid workout: My main concern before using The Mirror was that it wouldn't be a difficult enough workout without weights or the social pressure to keep up with other people in a class. Turns out, I shouldn't have worried about this at all.

I quickly broke a sweat in the first bodyweight class I took and was sore for several days after. I actually found myself tempted to turn it off and walk away during particularly stressful classes, which is a possible drawback if you aren't a stickler during your home workouts.

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