technology

What if I told you there was a way, as either a trainer or trainee, that you could accomplish your fitness or business goals from the privacy of your own home, when you can make the time?
Is all this technology a good thing? Data can help you pinpoint your weak spots and, therefore, help you progress. But getting bogged down in the data has its downsides, too.
This free app from runzi provides cadence coaching and impact data for footfalls during running and walking activities.
If you're a fitness professional, you're bracing yourself for the onslaught of New Year's resolution clients. Here are three tools you should use, and one big mistake you should avoid.
With the wealth of preset timers loaded into the Impetus Interval Timer app, it’s easy to use for yourself or for classes right from installation.
Curious about GMOs or other terms on a box at the grocery store? Fooducate is a free app that allows the user to quickly reference and compare foods.
The Sonos Play:1 is an economical and high-quality speaker system that would work well in a fitness studio with multiple rooms.
The Withings Pulse is one of the newest activity trackers on the market. I recommend it for anyone who wants to track heart rate, activity level, and sleep patterns.
As someone who follows technology and fitness closely, there was no way I was passing up the opportunity to attend HACKFit Boston. The event brings together fitness and technology in a unique way.
MyFitnessPal is a popular food tracking app, but in my experience a lot of people aren't aware of some of its more advanced features. Here are a few tools to make your tracking better.
People talk a lot about how technology impacts fitness and overall health. A recent study explored whether frequent cell phone users are less fit than casual users.
Technology provides amazing tools when it comes to our health and fitness, but it also promotes an unhealthy mentality of instant gratification. How can we use technology in a positive way?
Google announced a few enhancements last week, but they let core users discover a new monthly review card on our own. Pedometer reports telling you how many miles you walked or biked.
This week's video isn't a person or a sport - it's a camera. If ever there was a camera for athletes it's the GoPro HERO3. You have GOT to see this highlight video. AMAZING.
Tracking our food is important, but we should also track our nutrient intake. This is made easy with websites and apps. Let me share my favorites with you.
Did the controversial swimsuit technology of 2009 contribute to the sudden rise in world-records? What other factors could have contributed or is technology blurring the lines of fairness?