Bosu balls are perfect for taking your workout to the next level. From squats to pushups, bosu balance boards are great devices to sculpt your glutes, abs and arms.
Don’t let your uncomfortable underwear keep you from a highly productive workout. The best underwear for women grip in all the right places, wick sweat and stay hidden under your capris.
Foam rollers are the ultimate "hurts so good" fitness must-have. Find the one that fits your needs, then thank us later.
Tired of hitting the treadmill in unflattering baggy tees? Ditch the oversized sweats for slim-fitting active wear that's a perfect fit for curvy women.
Say buh-bye to your old college T-shirt and shop our infinitely more stylish (and comfortable) alternatives.
We've got 18 pairs of yoga pants that will have you hitting the gym (or, okay, everywhere you go this Sunday) in serious comfort. Sorry, denim.
Sick of your same ol' treadmill routine? Hit the trails or train for a triathlon in one of these tester-approved shoes.
Clock your heart rate (HR), distance, speed and more with any one of these tricked-out running watches—there's a fit for technophobes and techno pros alike.
Whether you're dominating boot camp class or rocking the rowing machine, you take your cross-training seriously. So do we.
Whether your running routine is a way to stay in shape or to test the limits of your personal best, these tester-approved running shoes will help you get more out of every single stride.
When it comes to finding the best biking and hiking shoes, you don't have time to waste on ones that don't perform properly.
Forget #TBT. Your favorite old school styles are making a comeback—with no signs of disappearing by Friday.
Whether or not you plan on seeing 50 Shades of Grey this weekend (or ever), one thing's for sure: Grey is a surprisingly refreshing alternative to the pink and red we're used to seeing on Valentine's
Yes, you can get slim without the gym. Just try one of these dream routines right in your living room.
Technophobes, you've got this. Just follow these tips for using any GPS watch, like the Timex Ironman Run x20 GPS ($100, timex.com) shown here, and make a run for it.
Nothing puts the brakes on your workout mojo like soggy feet. Luckily for you, there's a cool new crop of winter running shoes that will keep you warm and dry.
So you've decided to go low when lacing up for a run. But when it's time to replace those kicks, do the same rules apply as standard sneakers? We asked all the questions, so you don't have to.
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