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Someone Has Invented a Bracelet That Transfers Caffeine Directly Into Your Bloodstream

Fitness bands are played out. There was a boom in 2014 and 2015, but now it feels like when you see someone rocking one on their wrist, you think,...

What Your Wearable Fitness Tracker Isn't Telling You

One of the biggest trends in health and fitness these days is wearables — wristbands that keep track of things like your total steps, heart rate, sleep...

Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch Coming in October

Samsung unveiled its first entry in the smartwatch market last week, effectively moving the tech war from the pocket to the wrist. The Samsung ...

Previewing the New Fitbit Flex

The Flex is a new fitness tracker from Fitbit, set to launch this month (after a bit of delay on the release date). It's billed as a wireless acti...

Do Superstitions Actually Improve Sports Performance?

Do you have a certain t-shirt or wristband you wear for good luck when you compete in sports? Maybe you eat the same pre-game meal or go through the...

How Active Are You? Find Out With MOVband

How much do you move every day, not counting training and competition?  Studies show that even if you're working out at intense levels, you could a...

Thursday Tech Roundup: Nike+ Sportband

In 2006, Nike and Apple teamed up to develop Nike+ technology, which accurately tracks a running workout. The Nike+ system placed a proprietary sens...

5 Top Training Watches

Nike+ Sportband $59, nike.com Specs: Shoe sensor relays pace to watch; USB connection to upload workout to computer; saves 30 hours of workout...

ID Coach: The Perfect Playbook

Imagine how much you could enhance your game if you concentrated solely on developing your gridiron skills instead of spending hours learning hand sig...

Suited Up

  Be comfortable and still look fly. Check out your sweatsuit options for the freshest new look. 1a. Living Jacket, $75 Living Pants, $60 1b. KG Bo...

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