22 Fitness Gifts To Help Them Stick To Their 2019 Goals
Everybody has a fitness objective whether it’s to pick up muscle, tone up their center, or increment their flexibility. Regardless of what objective they have for 2019, we have a blessing that’ll enable them to arrive.
From sweater-roused shoes to grippy pilates socks and even prepared to-mix smoothies, there are a lot of present thoughts that work inside your financial plan and their fitness level. What’s more, if their fitness level is nonexistent, there’s a boutique exercise center participation to kick them off as well.
Help them carry out their fitness goals for 2019 with these 22 picks.
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Grippy socks perfect for pilates, barre, or just walking around their apartment
These socks have durable grips along the bottom for stability during pilates or lounging around the apartment. No judgments here.
A membership for delicious ready-to-blend smoothies
If they’re not switching up their diet along with their workout regimen, all that cardio and weightlifting might just be going to waste. Encourage them to eat healthier with a membership to Daily Harvest for delicious smoothies, harvest bowls, chia bowls, and more.
A cooling towel that’ll feel so good after hot yoga
This cooling towel will be so appreciated after a serious hot yoga or cardio class. They can just rinse the towel in cold water, wring it out, and it’ll stay cool for hours.
A neoprene duffel that works for the office and the gym
The beauty of this duffel is in its small, but mighty stature. It can hold their laptop, gym shoes and clothes, and tons of accessories without looking bulky. There’s also a thoughtfully-designed water bottle pocket to keep their drink upright, avoiding spills and leaks.
A monthly membership to try different local gyms and classes
A ClassPass membership gives them the freedom to switch up their routine and try new workout classes and gyms in their city without long-term commitments.
Weight training gloves that make them look more intense than they actually are
These fingerless gloves will help them avoid calluses and make them look badass as they reach their deadlift goals.
A stretchy, sweat-wicking headband to keep hair off their face
No one really thinks about fitness headbands — until their hair starts getting into their eyes and mouth as they’re doing burpees. This thin style from Lululemon is an easy way to combat that annoyance, and it comes in a bunch of lovely pastel and neutral colors.
Meal prep containers they’ll actually use
If they love prepping healthy-ish meals in advance, they need this set of collapsible containers from the Insta-famous Tone It Up duo.
Cleansing body wipes to avoid post-gym B.O.
This large body wipes clean, deodorize, and calm skin so they can avoid cramped gym showers. The wipes are also waterless so they won’t make a mess if the packaging pops open in their duffel bag.
Wireless headphones that almost 30,000 people love
You can’t go wrong with a pair of wireless Bluetooth headphones, especially when almost 30,000 people have reviewed it. It’s got everything they’ll need to stay pumped during a workout — and no annoying wires that’ll get in their way.
New running sneakers because theirs have more than a few holes
Upgrade their running shoe to this pair from Saucony. It has lots of cushioning and heel support but is still super light, so it doesn’t feel like they’re running with leg weights around their ankles.
A shaker bottle for easy protein drinks
If they make a protein shake after working out, they’ll love a shaker bottle like this one. The stainless steel whisk is great for mixing smooth drinks, and the copper shade is a style upgrade from the plastic one they’ve been using for years.
Their own boxing gloves so they can stop renting sweaty ones at the gym
Sorry, but using boxing gloves that many other people have used before isn’t hygienic at all. Get your favorite boxer their own pair of gloves, and choose from eight different colors for the one that matches their personal style best.
A balance board that fires up their core muscles
For those looking to practice snowboarding or surfboarding without snow or waves, or just tone up their core, try gifting them a balance board. The two-piece set comes with a board and roller; the board also has roller stops on the base for beginners.
Dice that’ll determine the day’s workout routine
Instead of doing the same routine every day, they can switch it up by rolling these fitness dice and leaving it up to chance. There are three levels of intensity — beginner, normal, advanced — and then several exercises on each side of the dice, so they can create a new routine every day.
A backpack for all their gym gear
If they like to carry all of the things to the gym, this backpack is a great option. It has an extra-large opening for easy access, a ventilated shoe compartment, and a padded laptop sleeve. Best of all, the overall look is so sleek that it doesn’t scream “This is my gym bag!”
A colorful water bottle they won’t ever misplace at the gym
This insulated water bottle keeps their drink cool while they work up a sweat, and the bright shade means they won’t forget it at the gym either.
A two-in-one foam roller for sore muscles
This foam roller is actually a two-in-one surprise. The outer roller has a wavy texture to release tension in their arms and legs, while the interior roller has deeper grooves to massage their back. The marbleized look — well, that’s just pure Instagram bait.
Yoga set for beginners or those who want to deepen their practice
Whether they’re a yoga newbie or expert who wants to deepen their practice, they’re going to appreciate this seven-piece yoga set. It includes an extra-thick mat, two microfiber towels, two yoga blocks, a yoga strap, and a carrying case to stash everything inside.
A water-resistant fitness tracker that counts more than steps
FitBit’s newest fitness tracker is now water-resistant up to 50 meters so they can track their daily laps in the pool. The white and purple colors are also a nice upgrade from basic black.
An extra-long mat with a lifetime guarantee
For yogis who hate having to adjust their poses to fit on standard-length mats, this extra-long style from Manduka is perfect. It’s definitely much more expensive than other mats out there, but it does come with a lifetime guarantee so they’ll never need to buy another mat again.
A sweater shoe they’ll absolutely love and wear every time they run
It’s the ugly Christmas sweater, but in sneaker form. The shoe itself is Brooks’ Levitate 2, which is one of the best running shoes on the market, and has all kinds of festive style upgrades like Fair Isle stitching on the upper part of the shoe, candy-cane-inspired laces, and even red and green bells.