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.
A fitness tracker that can identify exercises and count reps and sets? Get to know Atlas, the new crowd-funded wristband expected to hit stores later this year.
Tired of glorified pedometers? Level up your fitness with PUSH, the first wearable tracker to measure velocity, force and power during strength workouts.
Ditch the charging cables and meet the Garmin Vivofit, a new fitness tracker with a one-year battery life that coaches you to a higher level of activity.
The new Apple Watch will be fitness tracker, heart rate monitor and calorie-counter all in one. But will it really revolutionize the way you work out?
Apple’s new HealthKit tool hits iPhones this month and its data-aggregation feature could make tracking your health and fitness as easy as sending a text message.
Looking to shave seconds off your race time? The latest running innovation, the power meter, from the company Stryd aims to do just that.
Count the calories on your plate with the push of a button? Weight loss may get a whole lot easier in the next few years, thanks to a new gadget being developed by GE.
Improve posture with the help of these five cool tools designed to align your spine. Because when you stand up straighter, your health benefits, too.
Can consumers really get elite-level training in their own homes? Find out what’s the next big thing for consumer fitness in this Fit Minute with DailyBurn CEO Andy Smith.
From sleep and mood tracking to fuel points, learn how to improve your health and fitness by maximizing your tracking data.
You may already use apps to track the miles you’ve run or food you’ve eaten. Now, Apple’s ResearchKit tool will help take health apps to a whole new level.
How many calories do you drink a day? Drink, not eat. Your beverages might be derailing your diet and weight loss — but this “smart” cup can help change that.
A new calendar feature from Google makes goal setting a breeze. But could it actually help you get to the gym more? Here’s the scoop.