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Virtual exercise for equestrian society

Horse simulator goes from trot to full gallop to on-screen courses.

By May 9, 2008


Exercise like it's 1984

Adidas "Micropacers" were ahead of their time with built-in fitness technologies.

By March 3, 2008


Exercise in the hot tub: A match made in hell

Spas are no place for fitness. Ever.

By February 11, 2008


It's time to rise up against exercise desks

The "TreadDesk" is only the latest example.

By January 25, 2008


The perfect exercise machine for slave labor

The "GZ PC-Sport and Power Stepper" can be rigged so that the mouse or keyboard works only when it's in use.

By November 13, 2007


X-Bike by Trixter no ordinary exercise bike

The X-Bike is the only indoor cycle that allows the rider to functionally engage the upper body and core musculature while the legs do the pedaling.

By September 3, 2007


'Hawaii Chair' takes exercise sitting down

Hula aerobics in a chair? We have our doubts.

By August 16, 2007


Exercise 2.0 under way inside Intel

Intel researchers are using motion sensors to help people set goals for weight loss or track patients who are rehabilitating injuries.

By June 20, 2007


Crunch gyms use satellite technology to re-create Groundhog Day.

The nationwide Crunch network of gyms has invested in satellite technology. But only seems to allow its gyms to play one channel, a channel that plays the same music every day.

By June 6, 2008


Hotmail users getting locked out

Some users of Microsoft's free online e-mail client are getting locked out of their accounts, with at least one person's account being used to make an emergency money request.

By May 30, 2008