Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson shares the five things he's obsessing over during quarantine

Mike Natale
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Throughout his career, Jesse Tyler Ferguson has always kept busy, from Broadway’s On The Town to his portrayal of Mitchell Pritchett on Modern Family. Now, in quarantine, Jesse’s just as busy around the house with his family, including new baby Beckett.

Though always wellness-conscious, Ferguson has found new and healthier ways to eat, drink and exercise during the pandemic — even with a baby in tow! Keep scrolling for his top five picks.

Baby Bjorn Bouncing Chair

Let your baby bounce and play in a safe and stylish way. (Photo: Nordstrom)
Let your baby bounce and play in a safe and stylish way. (Photo: Nordstrom)

The Extreme Makeover: Home Edition host recently made some extreme changes to his own home to make room for a new tiny tenant. And his favorite piece of fun-sized furniture is the Baby Bjorn Bouncing Chair.

“The Baby Bjorn Bouncing Chair is saving my life,” he says. “It’s comfortable. He knows he looks cute in it. I know he looks cute in it. Everyone’s happy.”

This ‘baby powered’ bouncer can handle the biggest bursts of energy and still be snuggly enough for nap time.

Shop it: Baby Bjorn Bouncing Chair, $250, nordstrom.com

Peloton

JTF's preferred method for staying fit? The Peloton bike. (Photo: Peloton)
JTF's preferred method for staying fit? The Peloton bike. (Photo: Peloton)

Baby Beckett isn’t the only one who got new exercise equipment during quarantine.

“I got [a Peloton] for my birthday last year. My husband thought it was a ridiculous thing to get,” the actor admits, but it proved its worth, especially now.

“When I need to exercise during quarantine, it’s just in the other room and I can get a really great workout in,” he adds.

Peloton offers classes and videos to keep you motivated, ranging from 5 to 90 minutes, and the Peloton app allows you to bring your workout outside, in case you want to add some fresh air to your cardio.

Shop it: Peloton, $1,895 (was $2,245), peloton.com

Life Bottle! Time Marked Water Bottle

Quench your thirst like clockwork. (Photo: Amazon)
Quench your thirst like clockwork. (Photo: Amazon)

Even the most health-conscious among us can forget to get enough H2O throughout the day.

“My doctor told me I was dehydrated, that I need to drink more water, so [the Life Bottle] is great,” Ferguson admits.

This gallon-sized jug features a time stamp along the side, to give you little hydration goals to meet throughout the day. Available in a variety of colors, Life Bottle offers a subtle and simple way to fulfill this oft-neglected fitness need.

Shop it: Life Bottle! Time Marked Water Bottle, $19 (was $27), amazon.com

Apple Cider Vinegar Gummy Vitamins by Goli Nutrition

All the benefits without the bitter taste. (Photo: Amazon)
All the benefits without the bitter taste. (Photo: Amazon)

No need to force yourself to chug the infamously bitter apple cider vinegar shots fitness pros swear by. Goli Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies give you all the benefits, and taste great to boot.

“They promote good health, digestion, they help curb your appetite a little bit so you’re not overeating,” Ferguson notes. “They’re also really delicious.”

Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies are a smart, modern way to enjoy a classic home remedy.

Shop it: Apple Cider Vinegar Gummy Vitamins by Goli Nutrition, $19, amazon.com

Ozo Plant-Based Protein

A tasty way to be kinder to yourself, your community and the planet. (Photo: Ozo)
A tasty way to be kinder to yourself, your community and the planet. (Photo: Ozo)

Plant-based protein is all the rage, with companies like Ozo offering mega health benefits without sacrificing taste.

“When I’m looking to cut out meat from my diet, I go to Ozo,” Jesse notes, and the variety of products Ozo offers allows for many opportunities to get creative in the kitchen.

Jesse particularly loves Ozo’s community-oriented attitude. “They’re actually donating $1 million worth of their products to food banks right now,” he says. With so many people needing a little extra help during the pandemic, having healthy options available is a great way to support the planet—and everyone on it.

Shop it: Ozo Plant Based Protein, $20 to $32, ozofoods.com

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