Don't-Miss Health and Fitness Stories
These $250 Bluetooth earphones pack in a heart rate sensor, voice-coaching, and gorgeous Harman/Kardon sound in one lightweight package. But they're hindered by an ultra-narrow focus on one type of exercise.
Powerful sleep-tracking, 7-day battery life, and a heart rate sensor make Fitbit's latest fitness band practically perfect.
The device has a built-in heart rate sensor and a voice coach to push your workouts into overdrive.
Withings took its classic stainless steel watch and added an optical heart rate sensor and a digital display.
Frederique Constant's gorgeous Swiss smartwatch tracks activity and sends you notifications, but its intelligence is more annoying than useful.
You'll love the strong bass and 4GB of onboard storage, but these wire-free earbuds have scads of nagging drawbacks.
Fitbit's $100 Flex 2 is a solid, water-resistant upgrade from the first-gen Flex, but its automatic exercise-tracking needs some work.
Fitbit's newest wearable is ideal for fashionistas and swimmers.
Apple's second-generation watch doubles down on fitness with GPS, water-resistance, a dual-core processor, and super-bright display.
The top three reasons why Charge 2 is Fitbit’s best activity tracker yet.
Fitbit's latest activity tracker combines the best of its Charge HR and Alta fitness bands at an affordable price.
With notifications, deep breathing, sleep tracking, and heart rate monitoring, the Charge 2 has everything you could want in a tracker.
Spire is a well-designed device that encourages you to take deep breaths, but I'm not convinced it improves your mental health.
By focusing on style and nailing the basics, Fitbit has a winner with the new Alta fitness band.
Misfit's focus on fashion hobbles the Ray, which relies on vibration and LED lights to communicate with you.
This $180 scale gives you a "mini annual physical" every day, which is probably more than most people need. But it's really, really cool.