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Study Finds That Your Fitness Trackers Are Terrible at Counting Calories

Fitness trackers are incredible devices. Simply strap a watch-like device on your wrist and you have access to a wealth of data on your activity, work...

Do Step Counters Really Work?

It seems like a new type of fitness tracker or step counter hits the market every day. With all the major tech companies jumping into the fray, we h...

Optimize Your Conditioning Workouts With the Humon Hex Oxygen Sensor

Most workout technology has been geared to endurance and conditioning training. First came the humble stopwatch. Then heart rate monitors. And more ...

3 Strength Coaches Predict the Biggest Training Trends

Fitness trends come and go in the blink of an eye. Everyone heaps praise on a new exercise or style of training one year, then it suddenly disappears ...

The Polar M600 Puts Great Sports Performance and Fun Entertainment at Your Fingertips

Go anywhere, do anything, get in-depth data on all of your activity, and have all of your favorite tunes at the ready. Those are just four of the re...

4 Tips for Training With Your Smartphone

If you exercise regularly, chances are that you have probably strapped your smartphone to listen to music at some point. You may have even texted your...

Is Your Fitness Tracker Doing More Harm Than Good? New Study Says Yes

Fitness trackers have taken over. The innocuous bracelets and watches that track everything from steps taken to calories burned were all but invisi...

The High-Tech Mirror and Scale That Change How We Look at Our Bodies

Your bathroom scale is dumb. Yes, it measures how much you weigh, but it has no way of revealing what is actually going on in your body—which cre...

The Fitness-Tracking Technology NBA Players Have Been Trying to Sneak on the Court

When you take the time to really look closely, it's amazing the NBA didn't notice it the moment Matthew Dellavedova stepped onto the court. Wrapped ...

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...

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