We've gathered health and fitness items that would work great in small living spaces. We aren't medical professionals, so consult with your doctor if you think some things aren't for you.
This is at the top for a reason. Do yourself a favor and heavily consider getting one of these. Its like having Swedish massage every night, and it will be the best money you've ever spent.
Doorway Pull Up Bar
It's understandable if you don't have any room for workout equipment, but this pull up bar takes up minimal space in a doorway, and doesn't take much storage volume when you want to put it away.
Living in the city means you likely don't want to take your car anywhere that's within biking distance. You'll lose your parking space, guaranteed. The other issue is that bikes take up a lot of space in you apartment. With this folding bike, you solve two problems at once, since it's easy to fold up and store. We found this to be ideal for medium distances, and a pretty good bargain.
This little blender is really perfect for a small kitchen. We've used it for smoothies on the go, blending ingredients, and mixing drinks. All items except for the blender itself are dishwasher safe and intuitively easy to use.
Muscle Rolling Stick
Similar to the foam roller, but a bit tougher on your muscles, this rolling stick is good before or after an intensive workout. Has a tendency to wear out after a while, but by the time that happens, you'll have gotten your money's worth out of it.