So you have a Turner Rat on your hands. Or a cardio bunny. Or a BRB-gonna-go-for-a four-hour bike ride through the freezing cold, a real quick fix.
We understand: We also know a lot about these people. So we tapped them to see what fitness lovers really want for the holidays. The gift ideas they gave us will work for long-time fitness visitors and beginners alike. Even if some of these things seem strange to you, fitness fans will love them.
This gadget is designed to help athletes recover after exercise ̵
($ 11; amazon.com)
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Be the gifting MVP with whom you were born with this stationary bike. What makes this gadget so special? The S22i Studio Cycle features a 22-inch moveable touchscreen and iFit technology for streaming hundreds of instructor-led classes (think real trailrides around the world and killer studio workouts). The bike adjusts the intensity and incline automatically, so you really only have to train with kicking and sweating. Plus, you can save up to 20 percent for a limited time. Whoever you treat (even if you are yourself), rock the GOAT title.
($ 1,600 with code GREATIST; nordictrack.com)
A Weird Hand Press Thing May Look A complicated stress ball for you, but Captains of Crush is the only brand of grapple that matters to weightlifters is. With so many strengths available (from 60 pounds to 365 pounds), this tool will help people of all abilities to build more grip and increase their strengths.
(from $ 20; Amazon). com)
This blender bottle has it all – a 22 ounce container with whisk, an attachable tube for pre- or post-workout powder (plus the flexibility to attach more containers if you buy them separately) and a Pill organizer for supplements. In addition, the lid is safe, so he does not get into your pocket. and The whole thing is dishwasher safe, so cleaning is child's play. Who would have thought that protein shake bottles could be so involved? Or so impressive?
($ 11; amazon.com)
Once you've figured out how to use this weird device, this is the best workout for the abdominal muscles. (And if you want to know the secret of use, you will find your instructions here). For such a simple and cheap device, this is a tough workout. Anyone who exercises a lot at home will love the addition to his routine.
($ 18; amazon.com)
A massage gift card is not that wild of a suggestion, but it's the No. 1 recommendation we've received from fitness enthusiasts. Everyone agreed that this would be a much-needed treat for almost everyone, and you do not need to know much about their fitness routine or equipment preferences to give away. We like Zeel because it's available in most places and your recipient does not have to go anywhere, but you can also pick up a gift card at your (or your) favorite spa.
(any quantity; zeel.com)
After assembling and suspending, all these straps and handles transform into a TRX. For one reason, this is the most popular suspension training system. You can use a TRX in a million different ways for a million different workouts. (Always sore, never bored.) For just over a hundred bucks, you can give away a complete home-training system at one go – great for people who can not always come to a gym.
($ 150; amazon.com)
Anyone who still uses lunchbox ice packs or bean-filled heating pads needs urgent renewal, and this pack should be. The clay filling means that it is soft and flexible, whether you put it in the freezer or in the microwave, and the elastic strap makes it easier to sight a body part.
($ 10; amazon.com)
OK, yes, protein powder seems to be a lame gift. But who regularly spends $ 35 on his own protein powder will be thrilled to get it. BioNutritional's Chocolate Whey Protein is a crowd pleaser, but bonus points if you find the brand your Giftee is already using.
($ 35; amazon.com)
Tracing workouts is really motivating. no matter which exercise you choose. This protocol was created by professionals so that it offers everything that anyone could have from a training protocol, and its robust construction means it does not fall apart when thrown around in a sports bag for a year.
($ 15; amazon.com)
This multipack with three types of wipes (for your face, body, and underarms) is the perfect post-workout solution. They have a subtle but beautiful smell, leave no residue on the skin and are free of all skin irritants (sulfates and parabens, we look at you).
($ 26; myrecess.co)
The crème de la crème of the training headphones, the Jabra Elite Active 65t, is water- and sweat-resistant, completely secure in the ear and completely wireless Training nothing stands in the way. Even better, they play five hours of charging (@all marathoners), have a built-in accelerometer that you can access through the Jabra app, and provide a through-the-hole option that lets you choose how much of your environment to be should you want to hear.
($ 160; amazon.com)
It's difficult to squeeze in during sleep and rest when your schedule is full of fitness time (and normal life). With these pajamas you can combine them in the most comfortable way possible. The concept of recovery clothes sounds a bit out there, but people say the pants are really working and they woke up with less muscle and joint pain than they otherwise would.
($ 65; underarmour.com)
Detergent specifically designed for sweaty training wear makes a big difference. This detergent extends the life of Lycra and Spandex and makes it less stinky. It's basically like getting somebody another year out of workout clothes that he already loves.
($ 21; amazon.com)
LiquidGrip is a weightlifting solution for slippery weights, and this keychain-sized bottle is the mobile solution to go with LiquidGrip. It's a simple, fun and really useful gift – what could go wrong?
($ 9; amazon.com)
These bags are a longtime Greatist favorite people. This travel bag is a large sports bag that will fit all your gear, but there are also storage compartments for ice packs and food containers. And it has a six-pack, because why not.
($ 150; amazon.com)
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