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Tech gifts for your favorite fitness enthusiast

For some, the way to the heart is through the stomach. For others, it's through the biceps.

Levitate running shoes by Brooks

Levitate road running shoes by Brooks.

Brooks

Don't know what to get your macro-counting, spandex-wearing, competition-winning fitness-obsessed friend? We've got some ideas.

Hyperice Hypersphere Vibrating Therapy Ball

Hyperice Hypersphere Vibrating Therapy Ball

A high-tech muscle soother.

Amazon

Foam rolling after a beastly workout can help prevent injuries. Typical foam rollers work by using your body weight to loosen sore and overworked muscles. This one has the addition of three vibrating speeds to magnify the effect and make the whole process easier. $148 on Amazon.

Run True Wireless Sport Headphones

Run True Wireless Sport Headphones

Sports earbuds

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