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Workout Clothes, Running Shoes, and Gear

Find the right running shoes, sports bra, workout clothing, and exercise gear with FITNESS's expert guides.

You can have your own personal yoga instructor...in your pants. And no, it's not dirty.

There are mixed feelings about the babydoll style on Wimbledon's classy grounds.

We're all about comfort when it comes to workouts, but why compromise style? You'll want to wear these running shoes long after your morning trip to the gym.

Rock your workout, no strings attached

Fitbit's acquisition of Coin technology means you could soon be using your fitness tracker to count steps and pay for things while you're on the go

Stop wasting time digging for your hair tie at the bottom of your bag, and never work out sockless again. These genius ideas will save you time and frustration.

If you're planning on jamming out while swimming laps, hitting the waves, or running in the rain this summer, these earbuds have you covered.

This invention could help you tone and sculpt your upper body—fast!

The latest batch of running shoes will help you train harder and smarter this season, whether you're running challenging off-road trails or just schlepping to and from errands.

New Balance's newest sneaker release is pioneering footwear technology.

This new sports bra serves as support and protection—and we're not just talking from the elements

An in-the-works Apple Watch accessory takes its health features far past tracking sleep and calories burned—it could save lives for those who need a medical-grade electrocardiogram (EKG).

It's so much more than a new pair of shoes, you guys.

Compression socks, calf sleeves, and tights tout a lot of health benefits, like faster recovery, more speed, and overall better performance.

The results from using my Apple Watch heart rate monitor during yoga were not at all what I expected, which left me wondering: Is cardio necessary?

It can be incredibly tough to get outside for a workout after a long day of work.

A new sports bra can analyze your heart rate, calorie burn, and more. But will that help or hurt your fitness routine? One woman put it to the test.