Fitness Equipment Directory
Fitness gadgets can be great tools for exercise programs. From larger machines like treadmills or weight machines to dumbbells or exercise videos, there are many options for those who enjoy these gadgets. Even finding a comfortable pair of workout shoes can make a big difference in your exercise routine. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about fitness gadgets, the benefits of using them, how to stay in your fitness budget, much more.
Fitness Tracker + App = Weight Loss!
Want to get in better shape? Lose weight? Sleep better? There are apps for that. WebMD tells you how to sync your wearable fitness tracker -- like BodyMedia Fit, Fitbit Flex, Jawbone Up, Nike+ Fuelband, or Withings -- with an app to help you reach your goals.
Men's Health and Exercise Videos
Men often lift weights and do other exercises incorrectly. These WebMD videos show you the proper form for various exercises for your arms, abs, chest, and legs.
Quantified Selfers: Data-Loving Gadget Users
Catch up on the trend of life logging -- tracking every bit of your life -- and how QSers may be on to something helpful.
6 Ways to Build a Better Body on a Budget
From effective home exercise routines to low-cost fitness advice, exercise experts offer tips on how you can get fit for little money.
High-Tech Weight Loss
Over the past few years, dieting has gone high-tech, with an assortment of devices and services designed to help us shed the pounds. Many attempt to turn electronic items we use already, like cell phones, MP3 players, computers, and personal digital assistants (PDAs), into weight loss aids.
Skimp or Splurge? Family Sports Gear
Smart tips about when to skimp or splurge on your family's athletic equipment.
Tone Up With a Resistance Band
Resistance bands are easy to use and great for strength training, stretching, and toning up.
Stretching With a Foam Roller
Use a foam roller to loosen tight muscles.
Gym Smarts: Cardio (Elliptical)
Want to get a great cardio workout, but just don’t know where to start? Take our crash course on cardio training.
Gym Smarts: Cardio (Stationary Bike)
Want to get a great cardio workout, but just don’t know where to start? Take our crash course on cardio training. Master Personal Trainer, Dori Ricci, shows us how to get the best workout from the recumbant stationary bike.
Gym Smarts: Rowing
Personal trainer, Matt Minter demonstrates the right way to row through your workout.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: 17 Must-Try Fitness Workouts for Men and Women
Bored with the same old routine? Check out some of the hottest new fitness programs designed to rev up and revitalize your tired workout.
Slideshow: Risky Exercises and Better Bets
Workout not working? Who has time to waste on ineffective, risky exercises? Not you. So ditch these seven moves which may not deliver the results you want -- and may even cause injury
Slideshow: Put Tech to Work For Your Health
Health apps can help keep you in tip-top shape. Learn more from WebMD how to make them work for you.
Slideshow: The No-Gym Workout
This quick workout gets you into great shape at home without costly equipment. Pictures show the best moves for flat abs and total body fitness.
Review: The Bowflex Home Gym
How well does the Bowflex Home Gym work for bodybuilding and muscle strength? WebMD experts review the Bowflex Home Gym workout.
Review: The Bender Ball
How well does the Bender Ball work for ab exercises? WebMD experts review the Bender Ball workout.
The P90X System
What is the P90X exercise system, and how well does it work to help you lose weight, build muscle, and get in shape? Our expert reviews the P90X series of fitness DVDs.