Keep your mind sharp now that the school year’s begun! Here are the best apps that can help promote better mental health — from boosting memory and brainpower to soothing frayed nerves.
Electronics in the bedroom is usually a no-no, but new sleep technology including trackers, apps, light bulbs and even a smart bed can help us get a better night’s sleep.
No matter what workouts are on tap for summer, one thing is certain: you’ll need kicks. Get the most for your money with the best shoes for running, cross-training, hiking and more.
Have celiac disease or a gluten intolerance? A new device could make it a lot easier for gluten-free folks to dine in restaurants worry-free.
Use your smartphone to find peace and clarity. These eight breathing and meditation apps are the perfect place to start your meditation practice.
Step aside pain relief pills — these recovery tools better target aches to relieve muscle soreness. Find out which fitness equipment will help you bounce back, fast.
We’ve rounded up the best GPS and heart rate watches that can help you get more out of your workout. Or gift them to a fitness friend for the holidays.
Buttered coffee, vibration platforms and an app to track just about everything… How far would you go to hack your health and fitness? Get to know some of the most popular biohacks.
Nike’s new and improved FuelBand SE tracks how much, how often and how intensely you move. But is it worth the investment?
Does practice really make perfect — or is it all in our head? Learn how new technologies are building a better athlete, one brain at a time.
Want to increase your mobility on-the-go? This new app gives CrossFit athletes of all levels the mobility exercises they’ll need to improve their fitness.
A yoga practice in your pocket? Read on for the best fitness apps for every type of yogi.
Tired of your average treadmill? From a hockey ‘mill to a stationary kayak, these unconventional fitness machines will level up your next workout.
It’s no secret that runners get hurt often. This small sensor can collect detailed info on what’s going on under our feet, which could be the secret to avoiding running injuries.