Chocolate Coconut Protein Truffles
Recommended by Kailan Kalina, Editor
The Super Bowl weekend is upon us – the largest non-federal holiday of our country. And the last thing you want is to show up empty-handed with the biggest party of the year. Or worse, be the host with the most basic snacks.
May I introduce you to a wholesome, delicious post that will make you look homey and chic without giving too much effort: chocolate coconut protein truffles. You can make them in less than 30 minutes (short list of ingredients, no baking), and even the smallest football fans will spice it up faster than a season ticket holder throws away beer and hot dogs. We made this truffle with Primeval Labs Isolit in chocolate milk, which worked very well. Usually people have the savory snacks in their hands, so you can earn extra points with this sweet treat that will not tear at the straps.
Wooden Plyo Boxes
Recommended by Heather Eastman, Senior Editor
What do you get to be your favorite fitness fanatic on Valentine's Day? Flowers are clichés and chocolate does not match their macros. Why not this year instead of a box of chocolates instead a box for Plyos?
For someone who has stolen your heart, this 3-in-1 box is guaranteed to cause heavy breathing. The three different levels designed for HIIT workouts and home use provide enough variation and intensity to ensure that your favorite CrossFitter is always a challenging workout. Just like this sparkling ring, Rep Fitness offers multiple sizes to ensure a perfect fit. You could even buy a matching pair to reach your #couplegoals by training together.
Bodybuilding.com Signature Protein Crunch Bars
Recommended by Jeff O'Connell, Editor-in-Chief  My current selection of proteins is a Signature Protein Crunch Bar, specifically the chocolate peanut butter Version. If you've renounced chocolate bars years ago, but occasionally look for the flavor of a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, this is about as close as you get to this soft, creamy blend of chocolate and peanut butter.
Unlike these delicious intestinal bombs, Signature Bars also contain 20 grams of whey protein to aid in the regeneration of exercise and muscle growth. And while a single peanut butter cup with 22 grams of sugar is in the pancreas, signature bars contain just 5 grams of sugar. For those of you who have high levels of carbohydrate-sensitive blood sugar and insulin responses, the presence of 5 grams of fiber and 9 grams of fat will ensure that sugar slowly and slowly enters your bloodstream, preventing a subsequent crash.  Krups Fast Touch Electric Coffee and Spice Mill
Recommended by Shoshanna Cohen, Editor
There is only as much oatmeal that a person can eat. For a change, I like the hot rice cream, because it is fast, gluten-free and easy to digest.
But it's also almost impossible to find this clean carbohydrate in a store. So when a colleague told me that you can easily make it from scratch in a coffee grinder, it changed my life. Just drop normal, uncooked rice into the mill for a few seconds and then cook it in hot water like oatmeal.
Suddenly, the possibilities for hot cereal are practically unlimited. In addition to various rice varieties (try basmati!), I add hemp heart, chia seeds and buckwheat groats to preserve their savory taste and nutrients. As a bonus, you can also use this kitchen appliance to grind coffee.
Recommended by Nick Collias, Editor-in-Chief
There are two types of football observers in my family: the kind that melts into the couch like Nacho cheese, and the kind that is Spend the game on the ground, perform drill exercises and perform sliding movements.
For the second of these groups – which is basically just mine – the invention of a New Butt Band is a cause for delight. The newest and best band in the city is undoubtedly the NT Loop created by the esteemed strength coach Nick Tumminello, a longtime Bodybuilding.com contributor, and the training talent of the popular Bodybuilding.com All Access True Muscle: 9 Weeks to Elite program. Fitness was created
The NT loop brings the premise of the hip circle to a logical extreme. With 50 inches, it is much larger than other loops of all kinds, which makes it much more useful.
Wrap it up in the gym for something heavy and solid to work on any part of your lower body. Without anchors it is also suitable for setbacks, RDLs, good morning hours, monster walks and band resistant pushups. It may even be a butt band for two.
It's the best-made loop band I've tried, the most grippy (that's important!) And the most versatile. Try it and you will not regret it.