Cycleops Magneto Trainer (£141.54)
The Magneto Trainer is ideal for those great British downpours where riding outside will get you drenched through before you've even clipped your shoes in.
It's the world’s first magnetic trainer with progressive resistance, which increases as you pedal faster. Just change gears as normal and let it sort out the resistance automatically. Simple, yet exhausting.
TomTom Runner 3 (£89.99)
If you don't fancy lugging your 6in phablet around with you on your sprints, this wrist-wrapper from TomTom is the answer.
Real time running info is just a tap or two away and, if you fancy trying something new, there are modes for cycling, swimming and more. Better still, in-built GPS means you can log where your jogging, or explore new routes without worrying about how to get home.
All of this, alongside always-on activity tracking and training modes if you want to get serious, makes the Runner 3 a real doozy for joggers.
Zepp Tennis 2 Swing Analyser (£99.95)
It won’t stop the dreaded tennis elbow, but the nifty smart racket mount in this motion-monitoring kit might just make you more Murray than misery.
iOS and Android compatible, it syncs via bluetooth to capture every swing and volley, then feeds back on your courtside performance. It might sound a little too Wii-mote for serious servers, but once the Zepp starts telling you just how powerful (or not) that forearm is you’ll be lunging for your next statistics fix.
The thought of beating the crowds to the gym in the morning might get your heart racing, but QardioArm’s clinically validated smart monitor is all about giving you blood pressure smarts in your sitting room.
Forget dinky pulse rate monitors on silicone smartbands: this portable and mobile-syncing measurer tracks systolic and diastolic BP, as well as detecting irregular heart beats and monitoring how it changes during the day – ideal for the scientifically-minded sportsman in your pub clan.