Training tools help athletes train and compete more safely and effectively, adhere to workout regimens, receive complete and accurate feedback and create additional challenges. Tools that athletes use on a regular basis include workout equipment (e.g., barbells, physioballs), sports equipment (e.g., baseball bats, football helmets) and devices that monitor, supplement and intensify training (e.g., heart rate monitors, watches, GPS devices and training apps). Get information on the leading exercise equipment, training tools and devices, and learn how to benefit from them to improve your athletic performance.
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