Cycling like swimming is a low impact exercise, a preferred by most engaging in cardio fitness and training. It is easier on the joints than compared to say running or other high impact aerobic activities.
Category: Fitness, Sports & Leisure
It is very possible these days, to begin setting up your very own exercise area or gym in the comfort of your own home. For less than $1000 and from as little as $200, there is a wide range of budget-conscious yet valuable, good quality equipment with which to begin building a home gym.
There’s nothing quite like the start of a new year to begin a gym membership or an exercise regime in earnest. However, instead of spending the equivalent amount of money (or more) on an annual gym membership, for which both optimism and desire is likely to peter out in a few short months, an exercise […]
Marty McFly’s ‘future’ in Back to the Future 2 and 3 sees hoverboards – a levitating and hovering version of the skate board, some propelled by turbo jets as common everyday consumer products. As we work closer to making this a reality, we have a few different options – a hoverboard prototype designed by Lexus and a miniature hoverboard by […]
In our previous article Best Motorised Unicycles and Self Balancing Smart Scooters, we looked at 5 of the best motorised electric unicycles or sometimes known as monocycles. We revisit this again looking mainly at unicycles and how they compare with one another.
Why should kids have all the fun? While children have long been the beneficiaries of wheeled-contraptions, a new trend has been taking place – There are now ‘electric wheels’ for adults too. These range from the typical two-wheeled scooter to the new mono-wheel device.
Commuting to work does not have to be boring. If you live fairly close to work or have a short distance to travel after getting off the train, then bring one of these ultra light scooters with you.
The days of blocky and geeky looking smart watches are over. The next generation smart watches are looking more and more like the conventional time pieces. Hidden under these unassuming round clock faces or shall I say digital clock faces are the stuff of the future.
In order to find the closes or similarly specified camera that will go up against the GoPro’s entry level camera, the GoPro HERO and HERO+, we have to first understand what we are up against. GoPro is renowned for it image quality, ruggedness and features allowing its users to capture stunning action sequences outdoor. Wheather it […]
Activity trackers are lightweight bands or pendants that monitor fitness and track activities with little to no indicator or screen to show any information. There is however a new breed of trackers that includes a display, not quite one as big as those found on a smartwatch but a useful display nonetheless.
Ever since the first time I saw these hydration packs, I’ve always thought they were a genius invention – hands-free, carrying relatively large volumes (2L or more) on your back in a tiny rucksack – seems like the perfect way to carry water (Camelbak is such a appropriate name here!).
Enjoy refreshing water with a hint of your favourite fruit with a Fruit Infusing Water Bottle. These bottles have a separate fruit compartment or filter built-in to an otherwise standard water bottle that lets you add your choice of fresh fruit for naturally refreshing taste.
If you are shopping around for a foldable bike you will soon realise that they range from £100 to the thousands. Let’s start with the entry level folding bicycles that doesn’t break the bank.
Following a full-on health and fitness daily regime, going to training, exercising at the gym or simply wanting to make sure that you stay healthy and keeping track of your daily activities, here are 5 best health and fitness wristbands to get you started.
Conventional blood pressure monitor is fiddly and bulky with its attached reading monitor, hard to read screen and cumbersome arm band. Withings Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor dispels all that.