equipment

Tired of suffering through your foam rolling sessions, only to experience no relief? The Original Worm might be just the thing for you.
What we buy makes an impact not only on our economy, but also on our environment. Here are my recommendations.
Which kettlebell is best for which purpose? Which one is the best deal? Which one is most durable? Here are the answers to all those questions and more.
Josh Henkin's book is a complete guide to sandbag training for beginner to advanced levels.
Great bars and bumpers are a given. But what other factors should be considered when opening your own weightlifting gym?
I recently replaced my old scale with the new Ozeri Touch, and found it to be reliable, affordable, and even attractive.
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.
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.
Heating pads are frequently used by athletes to alleviate aches and pains. VentureHeat's portable, comfortable pad takes heat therapy to a new level.
The Armaid is a self-therapy device for anyone struggling with recurrent forearm issues. I highly recommend it for athletes with serious, consistent problems.
Serious athletes who care about performance know that small details matter. One of the newest things you can track is your heart rate variability, and the BioForce HRV is a great tool to measure it.
As someone who often neglects foam rolling, the Muscle Therapy Foam Roller from Gaiam is a great tool to have hanging around the house.
I used to think knee sleeves were only for injured athletes, the 110% Compression Blitz Knee Sleeve changed my mind. This product aids recovery, warm up, and overall performance.
Straps are just about the most foundational piece of gym equipment you can find. If you're looking for a product that will help you move a lot of weight, Haulin' Hooks are the best I've tried.
I think Gymboss may have outdone themselves with their interval timer app. It has all the functionality of the Gymboss timer with a friendlier interface - plus, no batteries required!
I am living in Japan where heavy lifters are rare and gym equipment is very expensive. So I decided to build my own barbell from scratch. Here's how I did it, so you can do it too.
I travel a lot and am always trying to figure out how to bring my foam roller with me on the road. The GRID Mini Roller solves that problem. Not only is it convenient, but it also works.