Pro athletes are doing it, and it’s coming to a gym near you. Greatist investigates the rise of Keiser, the leading brand of pneumatic resistance machines that uses compressed air in place of weights so athletes can train at game speed.
Jawbone, the company behind the UP bracelet, just announced it’s acquiring BodyMedia, makers of some seriously advanced health tracking devices. We discuss what this development means for the future of health tech.
Sure, Instagram is full of pretty pictures and all our friends are on Facebook but does social media actually do us good? For every chance we have to connect with friends, do we also get stressed out? Do social networks inspire us or bum us out? Weigh in our weekly poll.
Mobile apps are revolutionizing the way we run faster, get stronger, and eat better. From the silly (zombies!) to the scientific (genetics!) here are the best 64 health and fitness mobile apps of 2013. (And best yet... most of them are free, shhh.)
Wello is trying to put a full gym — complete with personal trainers, fitness profiles, and metrics — into every computer with it's video-based workout platform. We go hands-on to put it through its paces.