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Why the Apple Watch Series 2 is the Ultimate Smartwatch for Fitness and Tech Fans

The Apple Watch Series 2 is the ideal gift for the athlete or fitness-enthusiast who enjoys cutting-edge technology Over the past few months, I had t...

Under Armour's Sport Wireless Headphones Measure Your Heart Rate Through Your Ears

If a fitness band isn't your thing because it's too bulky, and if wires do nothing but get stuck around door handles and yank the earbuds violently fr...

5 High-Tech Essentials for an Ultra Distance Bike Ride

Packing for ultra distance bike rides is almost harder than the ride itself. There is so much equipment that you think you need, but the idea of...

5-DAY PLAN: Cross Country Training With a Heart Rate Monitor

Cross country is a popular sport in the U.S., especially at the high school level, with more than 470,000 student-athletes participating nationwide,...

Fitbit Surge vs. Charge HR: Which One Is Right for You?

Fitbit was kind enough to send over some samples of their new products—the Surge and the Charge HR. A couple STACK staffers tested the wearable ...

Improve Your Endurance and Conditioning with a Heart Rate Monitor

Heart rate monitors have been around since the early 1980s. Nearly all cardio machines have one built into the handles. Now, heart rate monitors a...

CES 2014: Garmin Debuts New Fitness Band, the Vivofit

During CES 2014 in Las Vegas, Garmin stepped into the fitness band market with a new product of their own. The Vivofit will track your daily steps, ...

Heart Rate Training: Everything You Need To Know

With new advances in technology, heart rate monitors are becoming increasingly popular as fitness tools. When used properly, they allow you to get...

Train at a Whole New Level Using Pear Square One

Athletes' efforts to become bigger, faster and stronger have blown up the market for products that measure intensity. But with so many devices monit...

Thursday Tech Roundup: ePulse2 Heart Rate Watch

Tracking your heart rate during endurance conditioning or weight lifting can help maximize your training by ensuring that you consistently challenge...

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