reviews

I've often wondered what design I’d like to see on a women’s rashguard but I could never come up with anything. Fortunately Gawakoto Clothing Co. did it for me with their new Kabuki women's rashguard.
Written by Kelly Brozyna, this cookbook contains eighty grain-free, legume-free, and dairy-free recipes for chocolate lovers. (Read on for two free recipes!)
The Core bar from ProBar is a delicious post-workout snack packed with protein and high-quality ingredients.
This free app from runzi provides cadence coaching and impact data for footfalls during running and walking activities.
In an attempt to set the record straight and dispel many of the myths in and around fitness, author and scientist Alex Hutchinson wrote his latest book, "Which Comes First, Cardio Or Weights?"
ProBar Bolt fruit chews provide a delicious, energy-boosting, organic pre-workout snack in four different flavors.
If you're new to a gluten-free way of living, "Gluten Is My Bitch" is just for you, and you may want to have your friends and family members read it as well.
It is inevitable that until your kettlebell snatch technique is good you will whack yourself a number of times. The HumanX Kettlebell Arm Guard is perfect for this learning phase.
If you want to gain strength and mass while also fighting gym boredom, check out "Neuro-Mass" by Jon Bruney.
Wet and smelly shoes are one of the worst things in athletics short of injury, so do yourself a favor and get yourself a pair of Stuffitts if this is a problem you regularly face.
We all like to play with heavy things. Here are ten fun suggestions for strongman kit that will have you itching to lift stones and pull trucks.
If you’re a female grappler looking to treat yourself to a high-quality, off-the-rack gi, the Grips Athletics Amazona Gi is the one I would recommend.
If you're a serious combat athlete, you've probably experienced hand pain from time to time. The Radius wraps are an effective product to minimize hand pain issues.
Looking for gifts for the yogi in your life? Here are some great suggestions from long-time yoga practitioner and RYT 500 Certified Yoga Therapist Mindith Rahmat.
Although the title leaves much to be desired, I highly recommend Pat Flynn's new book for beginners who are looking for a simple, efficient approach to fitness.
Nothing makes a tri geek happier than shiny things with bells and whistles. Here’s a list of some fantastic items for the endurance geek in your life.
The original RumbleRoller is one of my favorite torture, I mean, self-myofascial release devices, so I was "delighted" to learn the line now includes massage balls and hand tools.