All running armbands are not created equal. They come in different sizes, some don't fit all phones and can lack extra storage pockets. Our testing also found some that wouldn't operate phone touchscreens.
Exercise bikes and cross trainers (also known as elliptical trainers) both offer low-impact cardio workouts that cause less stress to your leg joints than a running exercise. We compare the two cardio options and look at their advantages and disadvantages.
We look at the home gym equipment that's easy to store, including weights, medicine balls, resistance bands and more — and why they can help you on your fitness journey.
Signing up to the gym, going for a run, or buying some evergreen equipment is usually your best bet to improve your health, but some fitness journeys take an odd turn. We've rounded up some of the strangest from the past and present.
Whether you're a fitness devotee who's happy to pay more for the ultimate sports watch, or you don't have as much money to blow, Which? is here to help. We've reviewed the Polar Grit X, Amazfit GTR and Mobvoi Ticwatch C2+. Did any get our Which? Best Buy recommendation?
Major gyms will resume payments automatically from Saturday 25 July, meaning members who don’t want to return must act fast.
With lockdown measures still in place, a trip to the gym for a workout isn't an option. But there are plenty of fun and engaging ways to burn calories, even if you don't have the 'proper' exercise equipment.
Get into shape during lockdown using our expert tips for working out at home