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The $99 Goji Play uses iPads to transform gym equipment into gaming machines and make sweating less of a chore.
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.
A new workout incorporates heart rate monitors and tablets to keep you in shape without getting hurt. Could Fitwall, which is attracting exercise buffs from kids to professional football players, be the next fitness craze?
Costing $149.99, the Echo GPS watch can chat with iPhones to keep an eye on your exercise.
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Motorola’s S11-Flex HD makes for a great workout companion but phone calls aren’t its strength.
Don't have time for the gym? No worries. The FitDesk lets you work out while at work, and you don't even have to change out of your khakis or jeans.
Fleetly incorporates game design into a fitness app that helps you track a wide range of workouts and then compare your performance with others.
Working out is hard enough without jumping through a series of digital hoops to record your progress. The free CardioTrainer app has a widget that lets you get started with one touch. Here's how to use it.
One NBC television affiliate in Houston is reporting on consumer complaints that sweat from working out while wearing or handling an iPhone is killing the devices.
Create and maintain fitness routines with this Web application for iPhones and iPod Touch devices. Using it is easy; working out, however, is up to you.