1776 Results for

exercise

Review

Denon AH-W150 Exercise Freak

While in design they may resemble a pair of jumbo hearing aids, the Denon AH-W150 Exercise Freaks are among the better wireless sports headphones available.

20 April 2013

3.5 stars Editors' rating 20 April 2013

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Under Armour Armour39

The Armour39 is meant only for hard-core fitness fanatics, but even those gym rats will be left wanting more.

15 May 2013

2.5 stars Editors' rating 15 May 2013

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Lumosity promises to exercise your brain (pictures)

Brain training app Lumosity says it can help beef up brain power.

8 Images By 3 July 2014

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NASA ForceShoes: Ugly sandals measure space exercise

The International Space Station will receive some unchic sandals to gauge the force on astronauts' bodies during exercise.

By 30 May 2014

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Pact app pays you to exercise and eat right

Formerly GymPact, this smartphone app encourages you to put your money where your pie hole is.

By 3 January 2014

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Take scheduled mini-exercise breaks with FitBolt

Sitting at a desk all day, day after day, is not good for your well-being. FitBolt reminds you to stretch and exercise throughout the workday, helping you to improve your health.

By 22 November 2013

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You could lose weight when your avatar exercises

Researchers find that women who spend 15 minutes once a week watching an avatar demonstrate healthy weight loss behaviors end up losing on average 3.5 pounds in a month.

By 2 July 2013

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Under Armour's Armour39 built for intense exercise (pictures)

The $149.99 Under Armour Armour39 tracks serious workouts in terms of heart rate and exercise intensity.

5 Images By 14 May 2013

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The Armour 39 fitness tracker is for exercise enthusiasts

Armour's first foray into the fitness gadget market uses a chest strap to calculate heart rate, calories, and fitness willpower.

By 14 May 2013

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Study: What motivates people to exercise? Money

A new study finds that a group of obese people chose to exercise regularly rather than pay 20 percent more for health insurance, even if they found the program "coercive."

By 10 May 2013