Runtimate’s magnetic belt and armband and their matching pouch, smartphone holder and water bottle let you carry small items while you work out. Their magnets can each hold up to almost 9lb., ensuring that your items won’t bounce around while you move.
You’d never know from these muscles that the man in this video is 70-years-old. Sam “Sonny” Bright Jr. started working out religiously when he was 44 and stuck to it. Proof positive that you can achieve anything you set your mind to.
Featuring a discreet design and swappable bands, the Sony SmartBand records not just your physical activity but other actions, such as taking pictures or listening to music. You can then review your day through the Lifelog Android app.
Pull off undeadlifts with Onnit’s limited edition kettlebells. Zombie Bells are made from chip-resistant iron and are perfectly balanced, despite the grisly ghouls hand-sculpted on them. Available in four weights and sizes.
Invented by Justin Lynch, the Hydrosleeve is an arm sleeve that houses a 7oz. pouch of water. It has an angled water valve so you can drink without breaking your stride, simply by lifting your arm.
Bring a little art and culture to your workout with these awesomely bad-ass kettle bells, sculpted with images inspired by ancient Asian masks, skulls and tattoo art. Shipping Feb. 2012.
Leather Head’s Melzer’s Boxing Club Chromexcel Medicine Ball’s rugged and manly shell will make you want to work out. Made of Chromexcel leather, it weighs 12.1 lbs and has an 11.5″ diameter.
We’re not sure if this guy really meant to fall on the treadmill during his routine, or if it’s a new break-dancing move. Either way, he’s started the most dangerous dance craze since the Macarena.