TaylorMade R1 Black Driver

Not digging TaylorMade's recent obsession with white club heads? Don't let that keep you away. The TaylorMade R1 Black Driver ($400) gives you all the benefits of the venerable club-maker's latest flagship driver in a handsome black colorway. Those benefits include an adjustable loft sleeve that gives you twelve options between 8º and 12º, two moveable shot shape weights, and a face angle sole plate that gives you the ability to select between seven options of neutral/square, open, or closed. Overall, the club can be tuned 168 different ways to fit your game, leaving you basically no excuse for continuing to slice the ball into oblivion.

  • Nexersys Boxing System

    Boxing and MMA training is one of the best workouts you can get — but not everyone has the time and/or fortitude to head to the local gym. The Nexersys Boxing System ($3,000-$7,000) lets you get all the benefits of a personal trainer without the face-to-face interaction, thanks to a integrated monitor and seven strike pads with accelerometers to measure your performance. The home unit offers a 19" screen and a base that should be stable for most normal folk, while the Pro version features a 21" monitor and a base that's built for more extreme — think Anderson Silva — use.

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    They're not the most traditional-looking shoes around, but when you're confidently making your way along the trail, you're not going to mind. These Under Armour FTHR Shield TRC Storm Trail Running Shoes ($120) are designed to give you complete stability even when you're running your hardest, thanks to features like mountain bike-inspired micro-lugs, CompFit ankle construction for a lock-down fit, MicroG cushioning to help keep you comfortable over rough terrain, and P2i technology in the upper that works to keep your feet dry while allowing them to breathe.

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