If you're stuck with an idea of what to get someone this Christmas or you want to subtly tell someone to get themselves in shape then these Christmas fitness gifts might be just the thing you're looking for.
Strap this badboy onto your wrist to monitor everything about your lifestyle to the number of miles you cover to the quality of sleep you're getting at night. Use it to track your records from exercising allowing yourself to improve each time.
Gone are the days of stereotyping skipping ropes with young girls in the playground. They are now used by high performance athletes all over the world and modern ropes have technology built in to help you with your progress.
A blender is the perfect choice if you're buying for someone who's too lazy too cook themselves a healthy diet. The only problem is if they're too lazy to cook in the first place they'll probably be reluctant to use the blender.
These are perfect for someone who wants to stay in shape but isn't bothered joining a gym. They're as simple to use as their name suggests as you can literally change the weight to suit your strength.
Everyone who exercises loves to listen to music, buy them a new set of headphones and they'll love you forever.
A yoga mat is a great gift idea because it's extremely cheap and would be widely appreciated given its huge rise in popularity. All you need to start doing yoga is a mat and a bit of room and you're good to go.
A Swiss ball can be used for a variety of exercises and it's relatively cheap too. Use it instead of a bench to do weights or use it to stretch in the morning, the possibilities are endless.
A fitness fanatic is never going to turn their nose up at some new threads so if your really stuck for an option this might just bail you out. Anything from leggings to thermal hats are much appreciated with this gift that can't go wrong.
Solve one of life's biggest first world problems by getting someone a pair of gloves that can navigate a touch screen. Nothing is more annoying than having to remove your gloves to change song or answer a phone call, save someone's run today.
An avid fitness fanatic can never have enough protein. Even if they've just bought a tub on Christmas Eve your sentiment will be greatly appreciated as it prolongs the amount of time spent before having to get another.
Home Workout Equipment
Using your own bodyweight is one of the best ways to build muscle. Buy someone a chin up bar or a set of push up handles this Christmas to tell them it's time to get in shape.
If the person you're buying for takes supplements such as protein, creatine or anything else powdery that needs to be mixed then buy them an electric shaker and they'll love you for life. These battery powered beauties whisk your drink to smooth perfection eliminating all lumps in the process.
Sometimes you just have to be blunt with some people. A weighing scales can be a nifty gift for someone who would really benefit from it and it can also tell someone that you think they're a fat shit.