You could slam an enormous truck tire with a sledgehammer repeatedly and call it a workout. Or you could ditch the tire and swap out the latter with a MostFit Core Fitness Sledgehammer. Available in two weights — 8 lbs and 12 lbs — the American-made sledgehammer boasts a solid urethane head at the end of a plastic-covered fiberglass handle. Slam it into the ground and it rebounds upon impact, so all you’ll need for a workout is a [very solid] concrete or asphalt floor or sidewalk.
While its predecessor was one of the thinnest and most understated wearables around, the go-anywhere Misfit Shine 2 is even thinner — a near-invisible 8mm — and stronger thanks to a T6 aircraft-grade aluminum construction. The device’s internals includes a 3-axis accelerometer and magnetometer to accurately track both sleep and activity, also optionally nudging you via a subtle vibration to get you off your chair and moving, if for a moment. Twelve multicolor LEDs display daily activity progress while a capacitive touch sensor on its face lets the device respond to your touch. It also doubles as a wireless remote to playing/pausing music, snapping photos, and more, is equipped with 6 months of battery life off of a single coin cell battery, and offers smart notifications (and wakeup alarm) by way of vibrations, ensuring important alerts never go unnoticed.
Get it in black or rose gold at Amazon – $100