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Your GPS watch and other gadgets are great at describing training, but prescribing it is a harder challenge

There are five wearables in our print magazine, but several more worth checking out

A new app called NatureQuant harnesses the latest research to track and rate your time outside. Next up: determining how much you need.

Contributor Andrew Skurka tested the Ambit3 Peak for more than 1,500 miles and 300 hours in 2018. For ultra runners and backpackers, the Ambit3 Peak excels in three important ways: its long-lasting battery, its barometer, and price. “It makes the traditional outdoor ABC watch obsolete,” he wrote.

Electric muscle stimulation claims to be a more efficient form of exercise. Here’s how it holds up.

When it comes to safety, training, and exercise, gadgets and apps can’t beat old fashioned consistency and patience

We’ll be combing the site for the steepest discounts, so you don’t have to

Do you jog around the block at the end of a run so your mileage equals a nice round number?

Devices for passing the toughest training milestones

These stylish pieces are ready for adventure

A bad sleeper tries to train her brain with the help of virtual jellyfish, space-flight simulations, and the URGOnight device

Black Diamond’s Spot has all of the traits that made the original version so popular (red night vision, multiple power settings, IPX 8 waterproof rating) but in a smaller package that weighs just 3.2 ounces. It’s not rechargeable (it requires 3 AAA batteries), but its 300 lumens at the highest…

Why Apple’s CEO wants to make health and wellness the company’s greatest legacy

It's more affordable than the Series 6 and comes with the most important features

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