If I yank my headphones out of my ears one more time while doing burpees...or gesturing wildly at a car that doesn't heed the pedestrian right of way at a crosswalk...I'm going to Rumpelstiltskin them to smithereens!
Or I could preclude this possibility by ditching archaic earbuds altogether. In favor of a set of wireless Bluetooth headphones. Rokit Boost's Swage Sport version has Bluetooth v4.0 technology, a malleable headband-y flex fit, and basic controls built into the right earpiece. With their embedded microphone, the Swage Sports can also serve as a headset for making and taking calls when paired with a smartphone.
The headset's Bluetooth connectivity is backed by atpX support to ensure Bluetooth stereo audio quality and uncompromised CD-like sound while working out. Functional range between Swage Sports and smart devices is 30', and battery life is around 10 hours of use and 250 hours of standby time.
During wear headphones loop around the ear, with their connection cord positioned at the back of the user's head. According to Rokit Boost, the Swage Sports have been designed to withstand most intense physical activity, from running to handstand pushups, without falling off. And that better not be an exaggeration because I handstand pushup to work at least 3 days a week. Sometimes in 4 feet of snow. Uphill both ways.
Swage Sport headsets weigh 1.6 ounces and come in black and red. They are compatible with any Bluetooth-enabled device, including iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, HTC, and even laptops.