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When Joel Mathis's doctor told him that he had to lose 50 pounds, Mathis turned immediately to two indispensable tools—his iPhone and his iPad.
New features in the app help you plan out a personalized training program.
Looking to shed a few pounds this summer? Let Jason Snell show you some outstanding apps and accessories aimed at helping you slim down.
Looking to shed some pounds? Jason Snell highlights some apps and gadgets that can help with your exercise regimen.
Jawbone on Tuesday announced its Up Platform, a new system through which users can connect the fitness tracked by their wristbands with ten third-party services.
Wello is planning to bring one-on-one and group workouts to tablets, with the goal of offering an app for gaming consoles and TVs.
The RFLKT from Wahoo Fitness is the world's first iPhone powered bike computer.
Stationary exercise bikes have come a long way, with multiple programmed routines, but what about making you feel what it's like to ride Stage 2 of the Tour de France? There's an app--and a bike--for that.
Looking to eat healthier in 2013? We take a look at some iOS and Android apps that aim to help you stick to your diet.
A year after its initial release, the Jawbone Up rises again. The company says the device, which was hampered by defections the first time around, has been rebuilt from the ground up.
Diet-tracking app MyFitnessPal on Tuesday announced that it had crossed the 30 million user mark. It also announced a new (private) API, with a dozen or so launch partners whose third-party utilities can now integrate with the service.
Lark on Monday took the wraps off its new Larklife. Like the Nike+ FuelBand and the Fitbit, the Larklife tracks a lot more than just sleep.
The slick little Fitbit Ultra is more than just a pedometer: It can track your mileage, calories burned, altitude, sleep patterns and has a full suite of fitness tools behind it.