5 Gifts For Every Fitness Enthusiast In Your Life (All Under $100)
Happy holidays, bros of the world. I’m sure most of you have been busy putting together your Christmas lists, making sure they’re full of flannels, Chubbies, and the like. But for those of you out there who happen to be hardcore fitness enthusiasts, chances are your list might look a little different.
Which is exactly where I come in. Naturally taking your fitness to the next level requires an investment of sorts. You’re sacrificing time and energy to improve your body, along with spending money on various gadgets, training tools, supplements, and books.
But at times all of that can feel like you’re taking out another mortgage to pay for it all. However this holiday season it certainly doesn’t have to. Here are 5 fitness gifts under $100.
TRX Go Suspension Trainer
There is possibly no greater investment, nay, gift, to give a fitness enthusiast than a suspension trainer. It allows them to get an excellent workout in at home, and no longer be limited to upper body moves like push-ups. Because, well, who doesn’t love being able to get a solid back and bicep pump?
And more to that point, you don’t have to drop a ton of cash on expensive suspension trainers anymore. It’s more than possible to find great ones for a fraction of the cost. They’re portable, durable, super lightweight, and make for a great all around gift.
Engineering The Alpha
I’ve talked about Chief Bro King, John Romaniello, here before. And rightfully so, because the dude is a veritable wealth of fitness information. Which makes his New York Times best selling book, Engineering The Alpha, one of the best gifts you can give this holiday season.
Not only will the book educate on all things fitness, nutrition, and hormones, though. It serves as a book to teach about life, and how to go about kicking ass each and every day. Which I think sets it apart compared to most others.
And if you need anymore reason to buy it, Arnold wrote the foreward. That’s the biggest sign of approval one could possibly get.
Gilson Fitness Massage Ball Set
For all of those curious, I did intentionally choose an ambiguous name that can be taken as a sexual innuendo on purpose here. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, go buy this. Seriously.
Foam rollers are awesome. I love them. But after a certain point, you need something a bit more serious. And that’s exactly where these come into play. They’re harder and more resilient, and because they’re smaller they function better at hitting deep spots within the muscle tissue. Oh, and they’re a fraction of the cost of super expensive foam rollers.
TaoTronics Bluetooth Headphones
I totally get why people want to be able to choose their own jams while they’re lifting. Sometimes you know exactly what you need to put you in the zone. But to rely on wires in order to make that happen? What are you? A peasant?
Upgrade your auditory experience in the gym but snagging some wireless headphones. Not only will it get unnecessary wires out of the way, they’ll stay in place when you’re running, lifting, or doing just about anything else you’ll find yourself doing in the gym.
And the best part is that the technology has advanced so much to this point that you really don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars in order to get a good product.
Fire Breather Speed Rope
There seriously isn’t a cheaper yet more effective fitness tool out there than a jump rope. It allows someone to train cardiovascular endurance, coordination, get some extra calf development in, and all without jumping on a treadmill. Making it one of the best choices you could possibly grab.
Oh, and did I mention they’re incredibly cheap? Because they are. They make a great gift that can be taken anywhere. They’re durable, cheap, portable, and are sure to be a great gift for any fitness lover in your life.
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