MarcPro$649.95 1 of 10
This piece of tech is designed for friends and family who need help with muscle recovery and pain relief. The electrical muscle stimulation device is easy to use, if you read the directions first, and comes with a carry case to make this somewhat bulky gadget more portable. The MarcPro comes with a booklet that provides guidance on treating injuries and sore spots.
Alter-G Treadmill Gift Certificate$59.95 2 of 10
You can't purchase the AlterG Treadmill, but you can buy training sessions for this technology that's used by top athletes to rehab injuries.
Bia Multi Sport GPS WatchPrices vary 3 of 10
This super slim device GPS is outfitted with extra features including a touchscreen that actually works and a SOS safety alert that will send a text message and map of your location to your loved ones if you run into trouble. The sweatproof Velcro strap is easy to put on and the battery lasts about a week without charging. Our advice is to wear the watch slightly higher than the wrist so the device doesn't hit the wrist bone.
Sennheiser PMX 685i$119.98 4 of 10
Know a runner who just can't seem to find a pair of headphones that stay put? These won't budge, even if you're running on trails. The headphones, which have a behind-the-neck style, are lightweight at only 18 grams and have great sound quality. The foam-covered ear buds have been improved from the previous model. However, we found that after a long run, ears can feel a little sore.
GoProStarts at $129 5 of 10
The GoPro is a techie gift designed for those who want to relive their adventures. The entry level action camera, which starts at $129, is easy to use and can mount on just about anything, including a helmet, wrist or bike. The GoPro is lightweight and portable and great for capturing race events, hikes, mountain bike outings or even running form. The footage can be stored on the camera or uploaded to the cloud via an app. The app lets users view live footage; beware that it rapidly depletes the battery.
Zombies, Run!$279 6 of 10
This digital stocking stuffer turns everyday runs into fast-paced adventures. The app, designed for Android and iOs, includes 33 missions in the first season, where you—the runner—must run for survival to "save humanity." Turn on the "Zombies Chases" mode to turn interval training into a fun, adrenaline pumping session.
Goal Zero Switch 8 & Nomad 7 Kit$3.99 7 of 10
Goal Zero makes a variety of portable solar power packs, solar kits, lighting and accessories for tech-minded people who'd rather spend their weekend in the wilderness. We like the Switch 8 & Nomad 7 kit for short trips. The 1-pound pocket-sized power supply comes with a foldable solar panel that's ideal for charging your GPS, phone and headlamp.
Misfit Flash$49.99 8 of 10
The Misfit Flash is marketed as an improved version of the Shine model. And there's a lot to like to this alternative to the rival FitBit. It's an affordable fitness tracker that can be worn swimming and lasts six months on a single coin-cell battery. The downfall of this model, which comes in seven colors, is that it doesn't count stairs or track heart rate. It's a great entry-level fitness tracker that tracks steps, distance and calories burned and even your sleep.
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