Get 10,000 steps, stand up every hour, climb the stairs instead of taking the elevator - there are lots of relatively easy ways to stay healthy and fit, but how do you monitor your progress? This week, we’re on the hunt for the best fitness tracker on the market.
If you need a little extra motivation to start exercising, Amazon’s offering great prices on several Saucony running shoes for men and women, today only. Prices range from $72 to $96, which compares well to their ~$110-$150 price tags elsewhere on the web, so head over to Amazon to check out the full selection. […
If you need a little extra push to get out and go for a run, Amazon will sell you a pair of Mizuno Wave running shoes for just $50 today. These shoes typically sell for about $60-$70 around the web, and you even get to pick your favorite color; Just click through to the product page to find the color selector.
Winter’s over, so it’s time to get outside and go for a run. Luckily, Amazon will sell you a new pair of New Balance running shoes on the cheap today.
If you’re trying to keep an eye on your blood pressure, Amazon will sell you this Omron 7 Series electronic monitor today for $40, an all-time low. This monitor has a 4.3 star review average on over 8,000 reviews, making it one of the most thoroughly vetted Amazon products I’ve ever come across.
My problem with the gym has always been that I love cardio, but find it incredibly boring to do cardio in a room filled with other people doing cardio. Walking into a gym right after work alongside a rush of folks with the same idea isn’t very appealing in itself. Behold! A line of sweaty health drones best…
If you can’t find the time to get to the gym every day, this under-desk elliptical lets you squeeze in some light exercise while you fill out your TPS reports.
This post is dedicated to everyone approaching their gym workouts as if they’re auditioning for the “Call On Me” music video. We know you’re having sex at your fitness centers, people, and it’s time to cool the fuck down.
Following the success of her surprisingly strong literary start in The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body, Cameron Diaz is releasing a tome that’s “an all-encompassing, holistic look at how the female body ages—and what we can all do to age better.”
On Tuesday, a California court ruled against SoulCycle’s motion to dismiss a class-action lawsuit that accused the fitness chain of stealing from customers via class passes with “unreasonably short expiration periods.”
Amazon’s Gold Box team has really fallen in love with the new year’s resolution theme this week, but it’s tough to complain with so many great deals on yoga and fitness products.
I went to the gym 44 times this year. How do I know this? Because a few months ago, I discovered that my gym knows more about me than I do. They know each and every time I’ve walked through their doors. They know what I don’t want to know: I don’t frequent them nearly as often as it feels like I do.
Wow! Just wow! Women’s Health editor-in-chief Amy Keller Laird announced this week that the magazine is replacing words like “shrink” and “diet” with words like “toned,” “strong” and “sexy” on their covers. They’re also entirely getting rid of the infamous women’s magazine coverlines “Bikini Body” and “Drop Two Sizes.”
If you haven’t seen her yet, you’ll see her soon: new Weight Watchers spokeswoman Oprah Winfrey is coming to a television near you to explain how weight loss is a journey interspersed between slow-mo videos of her looking miserable whilst running.
“Looking great is always the best revenge,” says Khloe Kardashian in a statement promoting her new reality series, Revenge Body. Revenge bods.