Why buy one pair of pants or a jacket, when you can get two for one? Stock up on our fave reversible fitness gear, then show off all your good sides.
From triathlon training to sleek, discreet tracking, the new wearables offer something for everyone. Check out the latest and greatest activity trackers.
Ditch your “all-purpose” running sneakers in favor of these new training shoes. From CrossFit to kickboxing, these soles support you no matter your workout.
Comfy, stylish, performance-ready leggings you can wear all day? We rounded ’em up right here. Better yet, they won’t break the bank.
We can track our steps, snacks and sleep. But too much monitoring can backfire. Learn how to find balance between technology and common sense.
Need a little help practicing mindfulness? The five-minute meditation app, Simple Habit could be your answer. At least it was for this writer.
These tricked out fitness trackers do everything from coach you on exercise form to lead you through an interval run. Your new tech fitness tribe — found!
If your holiday funds are stretched tight, these DIY gifts are perfect for your fitness-loving and wellness-obsessed loved ones.
Whether you have a fitness guru or kitchen connoisseur on your list and want to spend $10 or $1,000, we’ve got you covered with these stand-out gift ideas!
Don’t let uncomfy earbuds or annoying wires disrupt a workout. Wear these wireless headphones — whether you’re running to the office or the finish line.
The workout pants from Physiclo boast built-in resistance. But do they improve strength gains and can you move in them? One writer put the gear to the test.
Tired of playing Pokemon Go or decided to avoid the game altogether? We found six fun, alternative apps that get you active, without the safety hazards.
Show your feet some love with sneakers that can withstand even the toughest workouts. Here, top shoes for race training, trail running, CrossFit and more.
Whether you never leave home without a fitness tracker or still don’t own one, read this. We explain the pros and cons of that sports watch on your wrist.