Road bikes, cruisers, fixies, oh my! Buying a bike is a big decision. Get to know the different types so you can choose the right bike for you.
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.
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.
Convinced they’re not speaking English at the running store? Here’s what you need to know to pick the perfect running shoe for you.
Can you burn more fat and get in better shape by training in the correct heart rate zones? Learn the benefits of heart rate training and how to get started.
Looking for buds that won’t fall out of your ears while exercising? DailyBurn reviews the best headphones for running, cycling and swimming.
Know exactly how much water you drink daily. The new BluFit smart water bottle and app monitor your H2O intake and remind you when it’s time to hydrate.
Which health and fitness gadgets can you really count on? Get picks from our favorite trainers and nutritionists, from weight loss tools to sleep trackers.
Your holiday shopping just got easier with our favorite picks for Mother’s Day. Whether she loves fitness, food, beauty or tech, we’ve rounded up the best gifts.
Don’t let dropping temps trap you to your couch. Log miles all fall season with help of our favorite cold weather running gear.
Toss the tote from the glory days of high school football. Trade it in for one of these hot, new workout bags that have room for work, fitness and play.
Ready to make your smartphone work for you? Find out which fitness apps can help you reach your goals.
Eliminate the guesswork of calorie counting and find allergens in your food? This new handheld scanning device aims to tell us what’s really on our plates.