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Fitness

Handy Gym

Handy Gym

This compact fitness machine uses rotating gears to create inertial resistance for a workout anywhere you go. Weighing in at just 2 pounds. Despite the Handy Gym’s size, it supports a wide variety of exercises and offers up to 220 lb. via interchangeable resistance discs.

Bike Lane Trainer

This indoor bicycle trainer helps build your endurance and fitness regardless of the weather outside. It holds road bikes or mountain bikes securely by its quick-release rear axle, and a smooth-spinning steel flywheel with magnetic resistance. Grab one today in The Awesomer Shop.

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Floating Medicine Ball

Floating Medicine Ball

Thomas “infamous_wu13” Wu shows off his skills in the gym as he repeatedly punches a 20 pound medicine ball, making it appear to float in the air. You can find others doing the same with varying degrees of success at #floatingballchallenge.

Ordinary Things: Treadmills

Ordinary Things: Treadmills

“In 1818, civil engineer William Cubbitt designed the first treadmill as a device to punish inmates…” Learn this and everything else you never wanted to know about treadmills, as explained by an ordinary guy in the compelling new web series Ordinary Things. Then learn about pillows, stairs, and onions too.

FITNESS Z0NE

FITNESS Z0NE

Jack Sachs created this silly animated fitness tape featuring a variety of special exercise moves which are guaranteed to help you shed pounds, give you more energy, and melt inches off your waist! Advance! Now, Embrace the Void!

Vitagene DNA Test & Health Plan

This DNA test kit provides you with info about your genetics, providing pesonalized guidance on the best nutritional and exercise plans for you, along with data on your global ancestry. Plus, Vitagene won’t sell or publish personal information. Save 30% in The Awesomer Shop.

The Staircase Treadmill

The Staircase Treadmill

Inventor and maker of crazy stuff Colin Furze decided to build himself one of the most torturous pieces of home fitness equipment ever – a treadmill that runs up the staircase. Our knees hurt just watching this one. Coming downstairs looks like fun though.

FightCamp Boxing Workout System

FightCamp Boxing Workout System

FightCamp combines a pair of sensors with a subscription-based app that contains videos of workouts, to give you a personal trainer in the comfort of your home. The sensors tuck into the included wraps and measure and record your punch volume and speed.

InfinityBall Vibrating Massage Ball

InfinityBall Vibrating Massage Ball

Netxrino’s InfinityBall is a high tech alternative to foam rollers. It lets you target sore muscles more accurately and has four vibration speeds to suit your needs, from a gentle rub for sensitive muscles to a strong kneading pulse for trouble spots.

A Celebrity Trainer at Work

A Celebrity Trainer at Work

Celebrity trainer Jason Walsh sums up the routines and exercises that he used to get Bradley Cooper, John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Brie Larson, Alison Brie and Emma Stone in shape for their various roles in movies and TV.

Montblanc Summit 2 Smartwatch

Montblanc Summit 2 Smartwatch

From luxury goods maker Montblanc and watchmaker Firstbeat, the Summit 2 packs an advanced digital running coach that makes recommendations to improve cardiorespiratory fitness, and much more. Features a unisex 42mm case, water resistance, and GPS tracking.

Pakama Backpack Gym

Pakama Backpack Gym

Most workout backpacks are just for your gym clothes, but the Pakama IS the gym. This large, water-resistant rolltop bag comes pre-loaded with 10 pieces of portable fitness gear so you can work out anywhere. A companion smartphone app offers up 500+ exercises.

Tree Weight Bench

Tree Weight Bench

Those of you who spend any time at the gym will be more than familiar with the sight of the good old weightlifter’s bench. Well if you’d like one at home, you could buy one from Amazon, or you could build one from trees, like Hudson and Duke White from Buff Dudes.

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Treadly Treadmill

Treadly Treadmill

The Treadly is a treadmill for people who don’t have a lot of space in their home. It’s just 5″ thick and has a foldable handrail. It has a capacity of 250lb and lets you go up to 5mph. Instead of buttons, it uses zones on the belt to help you control the speed.

xChain Workout Device

xChain Workout Device

A versatile and portable workout gadget unlike any we’ve seen before, the xChain uses a series of five interconnected, weighted links which reconfigure into a variety of shapes to support more than 500 different exercises. The faster you move, the more resistance it provides.

MOBOT Foam Roller Water Bottles

MOBOT Foam Roller Water Bottles

The perfect everyday accessory for fitness and active living, these recycled stainless steel water bottles incorporates a textured foam massage sleeve which makes quick work of muscle tension before or after a workout. Available in sizes from 18 oz to 40 oz.

Getting Fit

Getting Fit

POV video master Buttered Side Down decided to work on changing his dad bod into a rad bod. His workout routine includes some sick moves, and even allows him to consume donuts. His circuit looks about as challenging as the one we shared earlier today.

Onnit x Star Wars Fitness Equipment

Onnit x Star Wars Fitness Equipment

Go from Jabba the Hutt to Jango Fett with the help of Onnit’s Star Wars-themed equipment. The collection consists of three different kettlebells – Darth Vader, Boba Fett and Stormtrooper – a Han Solo yoga mat and a Death Star slam ball.

Kettle Gryp

Kettle Gryp

A smartly-designed add on for gyms that don’t have all the equipment you need. It converts dumbbells so you can use them like kettlebells. It weighs less than a pound, and is small enough to pack in a suitcase. Just keep in mind that the resulting weights are a little wider.

Eclectic Method: Workout Mix

Eclectic Method: Workout Mix

Hear me now and believe me later. Eclectic Method is here to PUMP YOU UP. Fitness fanatics will want to add this remix track to their workout tunes playlists. It’s got a good beat to exercise too, and is comprised of sounds from workout scenes in movies.

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Yoga Design Lab Travel Mat

Yoga Design Lab Travel Mat

On-the-go yogis can and should practice in style with Yoga Design Lab’s travel mat. It folds into a travel bag with ease and is great for hotel room stretching or hot studio sessions. If you’ve ever searched for a mat with artistic style and convenience, it’s here, waiting for you.

SKULPT Performance System

SKULPT Performance System

There are plenty of gadgets on the market which can tell you your body mass index, but SKULPT’s scanner tech is different, offering detailed insights on muscle quality throughout your body, and providing fitness advice through its companion mobile app.

Our Awesome Kona Adventure

Our Awesome Kona Adventure

Our fitness expert Jamie Labriola headed to Kona, Hawaii to check out the new Oakley Radar Pace smart eyewear and the IRONMAN World Championship. While there, she took in some of the sights, from awe-inspiring beaches, to incredible marine life, to an active volcano.

Fitrocks

Fitrocks

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!)

Monkii Bars 2

Monkii Bars 2

A gym you can take anywhere, Monkii Bars 2 let you do over 200 different resistance-based exercises. Weighing just 9oz, the Adventure and Tactical models pack down into a travel case, which doubles as an over-door mount, as well as a phone holder for viewing exercise videos.

PEAR Sports x TRX

PEAR Sports x TRX

Want personal fitness coaching wherever you work out? The PEAR Sports smartphone app is a must have. TRX training now enhances the abundance of interactive, real-time audio fitness content, covering all types of workouts based on your needs. It’s time to get ripped.

CARV Wearable Ski Tracker

CARV Wearable Ski Tracker

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.

People Are Awesome: Fitness Edition

People Are Awesome: Fitness Edition

Here’s one for the folks who resolved to be more fit this year. People Are Awesome’s motivational compilation features feats of strength, endurance, and most of all reps. Another one. And another one. And another one. Hinges.

Towell

Towell

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.

Deal: Fitbit Flex Activity Tracker

Deal: Fitbit Flex Activity Tracker

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).

Basis Peak Titanium

Basis Peak Titanium

This special edition of Basis’ fitness tracker smartwatch has a titanium case and comes with both a leather and vented silicone strap. It automatically detects and tracks activities and sleep, has 4-day battery life, and is waterproof. Read our full review on Technabob.

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