Finding a virtual workout buddy can help you meet your exercise goals in 2021

Connected workouts, which use technology to help you track your exercise, can be more effective when you use them with a partner.

Sales of exercise gear and technology-based fitness tools have exploded in the U.S. as people try to maintain their workout regimens without going to the gym.

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