Cold weather doesn't mean you have to forgo hard workouts. Keep your edge with these four indoor training tools.

Trek emonda s 4 road bike

Émonda S 4 Road Bike

In French, émonder means “to pare down,” and Trek did just that to the carbon tubes of its Émonda S 4 road bike. The frame is stiff but forgiving, with the feel of a high-end racing steed at an entry-level price.

Price $1,499

Sol Republic relays sport earph
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Sol Republic Relays Sport Earphones

Sol Republic’s Relays Sport earphones demonstrate the principle that simpler design is often better design. The spongy tips keep the low-profile buds snug during runs and are comfortable enough for podcast binges.

Price $50

Prana transformation yoga mat

Prana Transformation Mat

So well do toes stick to the grippy nylon surface of Prana’s Transformation mat, we’re able to add inches of extension to our down dog. And with the elegant print, it can easily double as a throw rug.

Price $59

Kinetic road machine smart trai

Kinetic Road Machine Smart Trainer

Kinetic brings strength conditioning to your garage workout by adding a power sensor to its Road Machine Smart trainer. It syncs with Strava and the company’s own Kinetic Fit smarthpone app.

Price $409

Transform Your Office into a Gym with These 6 Essentials

Most of us will spend a third of our adult lives in an office. Make the most of that time with these six workout essentials and transform your desk from a shackle into an efficient, flab-busting fitness tool.  (Fluidstance) Fluidstance Original Handmade Level Standing is good. Balancing on an uneven surface is even better. The Fluidstance is built on rails made from quarter-inch military-grade aluminum, letting you rock from side to side at a standing desk. The metal and bamboo deck make the level burly enough for a 300-pound user yet svelte enough for under-desk storage (the unit weights just 7.5 pounds.) Price

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6 Gifts for Do-it-All Athletes

Whether you run, bike, or ski, these six essentials will keep you playing all winter long.  (Fitbit) Fitbit Charge HR Wristband The Surge’s smaller, sleeker sibling, Fitbit’s Charge HR wristband tracks your heart rate 24/7 while monitoring steps walked and calories burned. Pair it with your phone and it will also tell you who’s calling. Price $150 (Bollé) Bollé Jude Sunglasses Bollé leaped into the lifestyle realm when it brought out the Jude sunglasses. The nylon frames sit comfortably during multi-hour rides, but the blocky design and plaid inlay make them sharp enough to wear off the bike. Price $120

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