Health and fitness are on everyone’s minds. We’re all trying to be better, in our own way. But so many of us have trouble training something that we use literally every minute of every day.
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Training has changed a lot in recent years, especially with the onset of smart technology and mobile phones entering the home gym. Below you’ll find guides related to the latest fitness tech, from massage guns to fitness apps. Whatever area of training you’re into, whether it’s bodybuilding, running or HIIT training, there’s likely an app or two that can help get the most out of your training time. We’re always on the look out for new fitness trackers or smarter ways to train. If you thought your mobile phone was just in your gym to play music when you’re training, prepare to have your mind blown.
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This guide takes a look at the best noise-cancelling headphones around in 2022 for home gym workouts in the UK so you can cut out all sounds except for favourite training tunes. It’s been proven
Many of us already own an activity tracker and use it to ‘get our steps’, see how many active minutes we have achieved, and check in on our heart rate during exercise. As more and
Welcome to our Recovapro massage gun review – a home use gun that’s designed to help with those aches and pains we all get from training, as well as some more serious strains and injuries.
Welcome to our guide to the new tech training gadget, the Bluetens Sport Duo. If your idea of muscle electrostimulation comes from sketchy ads in the back of fitness magazines you might have seen years
What are heart rate sensors? Bluetooth heart rate monitors are a tool that’s been used for years by elite athletes and other fitness pros to monitor their heart rate and more effectively train. Anyone who’s
What is better Wahoo or Garmin? If you’re at all serious about your cycling, you need a cadence sensor. Cadence sensors give you the option to monitor your cycling in a way that no other
While it looks more like kids stocking filler or something that should have stayed on a late-night shopping channel, there’s a lot of interesting research out surrounding this form of home treatment, not to mention
Can the Lumen really help you hack your metabolism and lose weight? Health and fitness is 75% what you’re putting in your mouth, so anything you can do to help you balance your diet and
Today we’re taking a look at GIANT gym wall timers – big wall-mounted digital timers, that normally come in bright red, green or blue (or a mix of those colours). They’re used in cross-fit, as
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If you haven’t heard, just weighing yourself in 2022 isn’t the best way to improve your physique and get in shape. I’ve no idea where these smart scales all came from but they’re all over
The fitness world is shifting hard into home streaming services, delivering fitness classes and exercise plans straight to you, wherever and whenever you need them. Echelon is leading the charge, with the Echelon Connect fitness
If you’re researching body scales, this is one of the products you’ve likely seen. In this guide we’re pulling apart the Tanita BMI scales and seeing what they do, and how well they work. More
I had a hankering for a new gadget, specifically something that could help track my incidental activity. Good old Amazon suggested something called the 3D FitBud – a simple step counter that, for better or
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Would you believe us if we told you you could get a six-pack in just 23 minutes a day? Probably not, right? After all, there are a million ab workouts, special diets, detox teas and
A massage gun, also known as a handheld massager, delivers high-frequency vibrations at a low amplitude of movement to speed up muscle recovery. Vibration therapy, as it is sometimes called, can be effective in relieving
A massage gun is a handheld device that is designed to stimulate blood flow and loosen muscular tension. It does this by vibrating at a high frequency, while also maintaining a low amplitude of movement
Almost everything in your house can be upgraded to a ‘smart’ version of its analogue self. From smart fridges that detect when you are running low on milk, to smart washing machines that adjust water
Electrical devices that use electromagnetic stimulation (EMS) belong to a developing category of FitTech that aims to change the way we workout. The science behind EMS devices is that they stimulate the tiny muscle fibers
Staying toned and healthy seems to be a permanent struggle. Modern life just steals away all of our time, and once the day is done, all most people can really handle is to flop on
Running foot pods sound like a ‘Back To The Future’ gadget that would allow you to run while hovering above the ground or to run on water, but they are actually a much more simple
No matter what your fitness goal is, the only way you will achieve it is if you commit to regular training and give every session your all. This is the number one secret to success.
It’s no secret that interactive fitness apps are going to be the future of health and fitness. The sheer amount of convenience it offers, with classes on-demand, delivered straight into your home, no travel time,
If there’s been one good thing that’s come out of the events of the last couple of years, it’s that we’ve all realised that we can stay fit and healthy from the comfort of our
If you have a smartwatch or a fitness tracker, you will have noticed that it comes with a heart rate monitor and that your health stats include a measure of your ‘resting heart rate (RHR).
Almost everyone carries a step tracker these days, whether they know it or not. If you do not have a dedicated piece of equipment, such as a Fitbit or other brand of activity monitor, the
Getting smart about body fat monitoring Whether you are on a weight loss journey or embarking on a strength training programme, knowing and understanding your weight is an important part of measuring progress. Traditional scales
If you pay any attention to the fitness world, you’ve probably heard the names of some fitness apps thrown around, and one of the biggest, that’s drawing a lot of attention, is Kinomap. But what
As you’ve likely heard, we humans aren’t ‘designed’ to sit around all day. There are all sorts of problems that can arise from our sedentary lifestyles including obesity, increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess
What is iFit, and does it really make your workouts better? We’ll save you some time. The short answer is yes. But the long answer is a lot more complicated. Read on to find out