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Whether you're training for a marathon or just looking for a new route around your neighborhood, these tech tools are the leader of the pack.
Want to avoid junk food? There's now an app for that.
These mini-assistants go beyond steps and calories to help improve your sleep, decrease your anxiety, and even boost your confidence.
Could this be your new bosom buddy?
These stylish devices want to whip your mind into shape to help you manage the stress of modern life.
At $9.99 a month, you can definitely afford to say you have a personal trainer and DJ.
The queen of fit-stagram wants you to put down the iPhone.
A great (text) wrong has been righted.
You saw Her, right? Just think about Samantha, now with six-pack abs, wearing leggings.
The mind-body medicine pioneer and best-selling author wants to reach 1 billion people with his message and new wellness platform called Jiyo.
5,000 women all over the world are already inserting Elvie into their vaginas (yup!) regularly—here's why.
Whether you need to get out some aggression or just want to feel free, the actress-turned-activewear mogul has spot-on advice.
Introducing Sweatt, a new fitness-focused dating app that promises to find you your next swole mate.
The light coming from your phone has been blamed for disrupting melatonin levels and affecting sleep—and now, Apple has a solution.
Your next pair of leggings will be able to check your lunges while your new socks alert you of heel striking.
From workouts to breathing exercises, we put the health and fitness features to the test.
Why the trend of getting blowouts and manis at home won't be going away anytime soon, according to Glamsquad's Alexandra Wilkis Wilson.
There are some big changes coming to the way you book a blowout.
The fashion darling's line of wearables will debut next week at New York Fashion Week.
While you skip, LED lights in the rope project your number of jumps, so that it appears to be floating in the air in front of you.
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