A home gym is an easy way to squeeze in a workout in your own time. With just a few pieces of equipment you can build your own home gym. If you're ready to invest in your fitness goals, start with these discounted items from Walmart.
Google is reportedly working on a health and well-being coach for Wear OS devices. Known as "Google Coach," the assistant will be able to suggest workouts, meal plans, and more, based on a user's activity.
The newly unveiled Galaxy Watch pushes the edge of the wearable envelope: This smartwatch aims to improve not just your fitness but your overall wellness, explains Alanna Cotton, Senior Vice President and General Manager at Samsung.
This time of year, when the holidays roll around and the temperature drops, it can be hard to stay active. To help in the coming months, Aaptiv is a personal trainer app that lets people work out on their own terms.
Rather than being knit together like traditional athletic socks, SpeedGrip Socks are made up of thin, moisture-wicking compression fabrics that are sewn together, creating a lightweight sock that fits like a grippy second skin.
Measure and keep track of your visceral fat, muscle mass, body water percentage, basal metabolic rate, bone mass, and body mass index with this Asakuki 2017 Bluetooth Body Fat Scale that's discounted to $31 on Amazon, saving you $69.
The Takeya Actives Collection improves on the company's already great design. The biggest innovation lies in their lid design. It locks in the cold for up to 24 hours and features an easy-to-carry loop.
Takeya, a drinkware company, has developed an insulate, stainless steel water bottle that keeps beverages cold or hot all day long. Owners can enjoy up to 40 ounces of cold water on the go, whether it's on a hike or in the gym.
Rather than looking like a hunk of foam, the Park and Diamond helmet is nearly as thin as a baseball cap while remaining just as protective as something more traditional. The helmet can be collapsed, folded, or stuffed into a water bottle…
Bosch has released a new software update for its CX ebike drive system that adds 'eMTB' mode that when activated automatically senses the amount of pressure applied to the pedals and offers pedal assist for rough terrain.
Netfit is a new lacing system that drastically reduces the need for variant models. In one shoe, this system offers near infinite performance and style options. With a netted mesh exterior, users have gained control over lacing up.
For shoes, 3D-printing is the next step, as 3D-printed shoes could be an affordable way to manufacture customized shoes quickly. Two design students have already designed a prototype, 3D-printed shoe made of eco-friendly materials.
One man, Alcindo Soares, has taken it upon himself to make sure the beaches of Santa Maria remain clean. Instead of tossing the trash at the local dump, he repurposes it into a public gym for the local community.
By using light waves that are 470 nanometers, the IllumiBowl Anti-Germ targets the most common germs while remaining completely safe for humans. It's a medical-grade technology typically found in hospitals.
After successfully creating the first and only proportionate 36er bike for this taller market, DirtySixer came back to Kickstarter with two additional models: A mountain bike and road version of the original.