Work out like a caveman with these prehistoric style dumbbells, kettlebells, ropebells, clubbells, and gripbells made from hunks of granite. Their handles are made from Finnish birch wood. (Thanks Kema!)
Like many people, we could use a little assist with our ski technique. CARV’s high-tech insoles and motion sensor modules collect data on your foot pressure, balance, turning, speed, and overall control. Its companion smartphone app provides audible coaching and stats tracking.
This workout towel doesn’t just have an extra letter. It also has color coded sides so you know which wiped what, a 4″x 15″ pocket with a touchscreen-friendly mesh, a sleeve to secure it over gym equipment and a discreet magnetic clip for hanging.
Save 30% off the regular price on Fitbit’s easy to use all day activity tracker. Monitors steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes, and sleep. and then sends the data to Fitbit’s tracking app and website, with up to 5 days battery life. (Note: Item is factory refurbished).
On 6/6/15, Yeo Kim Yeong set a new Guinness World Record for most pull-ups in a minute. Guinness counted 44 valid ones in Yeo’s attempt, topping the previous record by 2. And our lifetime record by 40.
The first time someone told us to use a foam roller at the gym, we thought it would be soft and comfy. It’s more like a medieval torture device. The Vyper adds vibration to the mix help loosen tight muscles and distract you from the pain.
A slim smartwatch that tracks heart rate, steps, calories burned, UV exposure, sleep and has a guided workout. It also receives text messages and other notifications, and has a built in GPS. Works w/ Windows Phone, iOS and Android.
A workout program to build strength, agility and stamina for athletes. With its first module based on NFL Defensive end J.J. Watt’s actual routines, this Xbox One Kinect exclusive is one video game guaranteed to make you sweat. Basketball next.
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.
Think you’ve got it hard when you do pushups at the gym? Get a proper schooling from Xie Guizhong as he breaks the record for most single-finger pushups in a 30 second period: Forty-one.
We wouldn’t have wanted to spend our childhood doing crunches and lifts, but these Romanian kids have been pumping up since the age of two, and could probably beat the crap out of us.
This compact fitness gadget can be worn on your wrist, armband or bike. It tracks your routine, including GPS mapping, and automatically builds music playlists based on your pace.