Featured by Brett Zarda
A Greener Bowl
Four eco-friendly initiatives at the big game
A gadget to perfect your at-home workouts
Wheel Wars: Can The Scooter Be Improved?
Since the Razor came out in the U.S. in the late ’90s, inventors have tried, with varying success, to create...
Gallery: Interactive Gym Equipment to Make You Sweat Smarter
Working out can be boring, and sometimes the easiest way to get moving is to be entertained. But new interactive...
Gear to Help Long-Distance Runners Get Into Shape
Training to run 26.2 miles is never easy. It takes time, energy and—if you’re smart—a few well-chosen pieces of gear....
Wearing Yellow Might Give Tennis Players an Edge
Major League Baseball pitchers can’t wear white gloves or wristbands because they obscure the ball, making it difficult for batters...
Golf Club Tweaks Your Shot Three Ways
Missing the fairway is inexcusable now
Carbon Offsets and Recycling Bins Do Not a Green Olympics Make
The pressure to green-up the Olympics builds with each games, forcing the host cities to get creative. Like using beetle-chewed wood for your skating center's roof
A Black Box For Snowboarders
Motion sensors get a new calling: dutifully logging data on athletes' every twist
2010 World Cup to be Telecast in 3-D
While FIFA made the unfortunate call yesterday to pass on TV replay capability for the upcoming World Cup, there will...