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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Holiday Gift Guide for Sports and Fitness Buffs


In this third installment of my holiday gift guide I will cover some of my favorite inexpensive gift ideas for the sports and fitness buffs in your life, whether male or female. Of course, we all like different things, so it won't be a one size fits all kind of list, but rather an assortment of gift items to satisfy a variety of tastes and fitness styles. I have tried to include a variety of gift ideas for those who enjoy sports and fitness, and living a healthy lifestyle.



First on my list is this LotFancy Fitness Stability Ball. They have 3 sizes available including 22, 26, 30 inches in diameter. I have a couple of them and my entire family loves them. They are great for exercise, physical therapy, stretching, balance and more. The ball comes with a foot pump so it is ready when you are. These make great gifts for just about anyone.



The Easy@Home Bluetooth Smart Scale is a very nice digital Bluetooth bathroom  scale that comes with a free App for iPhone, iPad, iPod and Android smart phones and tablets. It not only measures your body weight, but also your BMI. The LED display is easy to read, and the free app helps you keep track of your weight and BMI. This would make a great gift, as long as the recipient doesn't take it as a hint about being overweight and take offense.


For those who enjoy hiking, the Ohuhu 80% Carbon Fiber Quick Lock Trekking Poles / Hiking Poles, 2-Pack would make a great gift. These are sturdy and easy to use.



Depending on where you live, you may not get a lot of use from these Naviskin 3 Color Available Aluminum 2 Pieces Construction Kayak Paddles 87 Inch for Kayaking for a few months, but they are going to be great when the weather is right. Although not the easiest present to wrap, they would make a great gift for the kayaking enthusiast.



My entire family enjoys using the Sportneer Wooden Balance Board. This is great for fitness, training, exercise or rehabilitation. The kids just enjoy using it for playtime, but are really getting a good amount of exercise as well as improving their balance and coordination. It would make a great gift for many sports or fitness buffs.


The DanceCrazy Deep Tissue Trilgger Point Muscle and Massge Premium Roller Ball is a great way to relieve tired aching muscles. You can add to the gift by also giving the DanceCrazy Muscle Massager Roller Ball DVD - Instructional Massage Rolling Ball (sold separately) to go along with it.


The Hydration Belt with 2 9-Oz Water Bottles from Active Vibe is a great way to help you stay hydrated. You can keep plenty of fluids at easy reach while walking, jogging or running. It also can hold your iPhone 6 Plus or other smartphone.



For those who want to strengthen their grip, the Premium Hand Gripper Exerciser - Hand Strengthener Trainer makes a nice gift. It has an adjustable resistance range  of anywhere from 22 to 88 pounds, so it can be used by just about anyone. It comes with 2 crossfit wrist wraps to provide additional benefits.


This is only a small sampling of the great items I have tested over the past couple of years. There are so many more that would also make great gifts. See my other posts for more holiday gift giving ideas. I hope you will enjoy these suggestions, and feel free to browse my blog for other gift ideas.

I often receive discounts or complimentary samples for evaluation. All thoughts and opinions are always my own and are never influenced by discounts or samples. Questions and comments are always welcome.

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