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Killspencer Speed Bag

As part of their 2013 athletics collection, the Killspencer Speed Bag features all the American-made craftsmanship you expect out of a Killspencer product, in the form of a well-made boxing accessory. Perfect for staying fast, strong, and sharp — or just looking great in your apartment — this speed bag features high-quality workmanship, with stitched black leather construction, a welded black steel pyramid frame, and a walnut ply disk platform. So, even if you don't use it to keep yourself looking great over the winter months, you can at least rest assured that it'll make your space look better.

  • Kinetic Road Machine Fluid Trainer

    Make good use of your bike, even when the weather is too nasty this winter to even think of hitting the pavement, with the Kinetic Road Machine Fluid Trainer. This simple device works in tandem with your existing bike, almost instantly transforming it into a stationary bike perfect for off-season training, or just staying in shape. A magnetic drive system provides all the resistance you need for a realistic road feel, while a 6.25-pound flywheel gives it a natural-feeling wind-down. It's perfectly stable, even when you want to stand up while you ride, and it fits bikes with 22 to 29 inch wheels, so it's bound to work with yours.

  • Babolat Play Pure Drive

    Sensors have been used for fitness tracking for a while now, but they've only recently started to infiltrate the realm of competitive sports. Take the Babolat Play Pure Drive for example. Billed as the world's first connected tennis racquet, it features sensors built into the handle that record everything from shot power and ball impact location to number of strokes, total playtime, energy, and rallies. When you're done for the day, simply sync it up to your phone or tablet over Bluetooth, or bust out the USB cable to view your stats on a PC. Best of all, it offers all the same physical specifications as the standard Pure Drive, so you don't have to sacrifice performance just to analyze it.