10 Best Massage Guns and Theraguns (2022): Our Faves and Tips

10 Best Massage Guns and Theraguns (2022): Our Faves and Tips

Massage guns, too known as percussive therapy devices, help relax and soothe sore muscles, whether you’re an athlete or just hunching over a desk all day. Theraguns (made by Therabody) tend to be the best massage guns. We’ve tested to find the best Theraguns, as well as several of the more affordable alternatives available. Our … Read more

Garmin Instinct 2S Solar Review: My Favorite Fitness Tracker

Garmin Instinct 2S Solar Review: My Favorite Fitness Tracker

When I first tested a solar-powered Garmin several years ago, the solar function extended the battery life by a few days. Now, every solar-powered Garmin I’ve tested has lasted more than that two weeks. As I was about to leave on a two-week family beach trip for a long overdue vacation, I naturally donned Garmin’s … Read more

Peloton Will Stop Making Its Own Bikes and Treadmills

Peloton Will Stop Making Its Own Bikes and Treadmills

Check out our guide on the best mirrorless cameras, and dive deep into all of WIRED’s camera coverage. The Unmentionables Twitter may be a nightmarish dumpster fire even when it’s not being sabotaged by a bored and horny billionaire. But luckily, now you can remove yourself from some portion of the toxicity that thrives on … Read more

Special Gym Class Helps Nurture Some St. Paul Students: ‘It’s Addressing The Whole Child’ – WCCO

Special Gym Class Helps Nurture Some St.  Paul Students: ‘It’s Addressing The Whole Child’ – WCCO

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) – There’s a special program at Washington Technology Magnet High School in St. Paul that’s helping students nurture their bodies and their minds. In Ms. Megan’s class, be prepared to work on your body, mind and spirit. READ MORE: Some Of St. Louis Park’s Flooded Homeowners Find City’s Reimbursement Plan Isn’t … Read more

Peloton’s ‘Worst-Kept Secret’ Is Out (Yes, It’s a Rowing Machine)

Peloton’s ‘Worst-Kept Secret’ Is Out (Yes, It’s a Rowing Machine)

Yesterday afternoon, the Twitter account for digital fitness company Peloton tweeted an emoji of a person rowing a boat. That’s it; that’s the tweet. If you wondered if that meant Peloton is sinking, you could not be totally blamed — after all, Peloton’s third quarter earnings were not great, and its outlook for the next … Read more

Supernatural VR Makes Working Out More Accessible Than Ever

Supernatural VR Makes Working Out More Accessible Than Ever

Gyms have never been my friend. Like, presumably, 99.3 percent of the adult human population, I hate working out. I scrutinize myself in gym mirrors, berate my form and technique, and imagine each and every person in any fitness space secretly laughing at me for even attempting to breathe their smoothie-fueled, protein-powder-laden air. I tell … Read more

Here’s the Strength Training Gear Recommended by Pros

Here’s the Strength Training Gear Recommended by Pros

If you’re just starting out, this sturdy self-locking one from Element 26, which also comes in an array of colors, is a great option. I’ve tried a number of hard belts, but I found that this one from Cerberus is the most comfortable and supportive for my intermediate-level lifting. When you’re ready to go really … Read more

Introduction of machine technology has improved home fitness: Dinesh Godara, Founder of cultX fit

Introduction of machine technology has improved home fitness: Dinesh Godara, Founder of cultX fit

It’s no secret that the world economy had to bend to the destructive will of COVID-19 pandemic. And while most businesses were struggling, the global market for physical fitness equipment surged like rockets defying gravity; but the reason for the surge wasn’t rocket science for sure. As more people were thrusted into the confines of … Read more

How Short Can a ‘Short Workout’ Really Be?

How Short Can a ‘Short Workout’ Really Be?

April 4, 2022 – Some people thrive on hours-long runs and sweaty Peloton classes, but a much larger group of people lack the time, motivation, or ability for long workouts. Take, for example, those with chronic health conditions, limited mobility, prior bad fitness experiences, or the hopelessly overscheduled. That does not mean they have to … Read more

With Peloton Guide, the Fitness Company Bets Big on Body Tracking

With Peloton Guide, the Fitness Company Bets Big on Body Tracking

No, and yes. But Peloton has plans for the Guide and the new software experience that comes with it. The company wants to count your workout reps, study your progress over time, see which areas of the body you’re fatiguing more than others. It wants to expand its tracking tech to other “modalities,” which means … Read more