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We can track our steps, snacks and sleep. But too much monitoring can backfire. Learn how to find balance between technology and common sense.
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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!
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.