Get Up and Go

As temperatures climb, we look to improve our overall fitness and health with next-gen technology. Here, some of the best items to help you - or someone close to you - live long and prosper

With a new lighter weight and four color options (black, ­orange, green, and gray), the Polar H10 heart-rate sensor is the new go-to for precision workouts. The device syncs with numerous fitness apps, gym equipment, and sports and smart watches, so you’ll know when you’re pushing your limits and when you’re phoning it in.


Made with water-repellent mesh in the open ports, the Bose SoundSport wireless headphones aren’t afraid of sweat, rain, or workouts. The earbuds come in four different colors—orange, blue, brown, and purple—and form an ergonomic seal to help deliver the crystal clear sound Bose is known for. Added value: The company has teamed with Tile so that you can find you’re SoundSports when you’re ready to move.


Just like its hit stationary bike, Peleton’s new Tread promises to bring the thrills of live cardio and strength workouts to your home. Top fitness instructors guide you through running-, jogging-, or walking-based workouts on your schedule to fit your needs. Off the treadmill, the cardio workouts are complemented by instructor-­led strength training, giving users a well-rounded fitness routine.

Peloton Tread: $4,295 
Tread Works Packages: $349

Style meets function in Garmin’s Vivomove HR, which monitors your heart rate, sleeping, ­calories burned, and stress levels. The smart technology also enables texting and notifications, and with its sleek design more reminiscent of a luxury timepiece than a digital watch, it’s one ofthe ­best-looking fitness trackers on the market.