25 Gift Ideas for the Fitness Guru in Your Life

25 Gift Ideas

From DIY workouts to DIY treadmills you really can’t go wrong this Christmas even if you’re trying to save a buck or two. But if you’re looking for that something that really stands out we’ve asked our team of fitness professionals what their Christmas list consisted of this year to help you out with yours! Here are their responses in order from low to high price items!

  1. Energy Fruit Drops (Skratch Labs) Easy and convenient source of carbohydrate to help maintain blood sugar and performance during prolonged exercise. Great for any active person on the go. Learn more $2-$25
  2. Gatorade From energy chews to thirst quenchers you can find it in the G series. Fuel your athlete any way you choose! Learn more $2-$40
  3. Subscription to Pandora ONE Everybody loves ad free music, more skips, fewer timeouts, and premium quality audio. Now get it anytime anywhere with a subscription to Pandora ONE for that person always on the go, on the run, or in the gym. Learn more $5
  4. Performance Socks From compression to cooling technologies, socks these days are just as advanced as the people wearing them.  From the materials they are produced with to the weight and padding they’re equipped with you can get just about any kind of sock for just about any kind of specification. Learn more $9-$28
  5. Resistance Bands (SPRI) SPRI rubber resistance products are put through the most rigorous controlled testing available through field trials. Resistance bands are a great way to tone and shape up for the holidays. Learn more $9-$45
  6. Ring Protector For the active jewelry wearing guru here is a ring protector protecting your finest, or not so fine, jewelry from the sweat, the barbells, the tennis racket or even the shovel. Because even though your jewelry wont shine during a workout, does not’t mean you can’t. Learn more $10
  7. Blender Bottle Leak-proof seal, iconic design and the BlenderBall wire whisk technology make the Blender Bottle the best-selling shaker on the market. Why? Because it works. Learn more $10-$15
  8. Protein Bars (EPIC)EPIC bar is a 100% grass fed animal based protein bar designed as nature intended. Paleo friendly, gluten free, and low in sugar, EPIC is the world’s first jerky without added honey, maple, juice, syrups or sugar. Learn more $12-$45
  9. Cooling Towel (Arctic Cove) – Stay cool in the hottest conditions. The Arctic Cove Super Cooling Towel is powered by CHILLSTITCH technology, an innovative advanced material that leaves you cooler and drier for longer, in the toughest conditions. Learn more $15
  10. Massage Balls (Trigger Point) Designed to replicate the feeling of a massage therapist’s hand, the Trigger Point Ball, eases muscle tension and pain caused by hard workouts and stretching. by releasing discomfort and tightness. Learn more $15-$20
  11. Gym Membership – You can pretty much get a gym membership anywhere these days. When picking out the perfect gym always make sure you are getting what you pay for. Keep in mind the perks, the contracts and the service that you are getting. Gym memberships can cost anywhere from $15-$100 a month.
  12. Reflective Headband (Nike) Great for any low light situation where you want to be seen. The Nike Hazard Running Headband helps keep hair and sweat out of your eyes while providing greater visibility with stretchy, sweat-wicking fabric and reflective elements. Learn more $18
  13. Fitness Pouch (RooSport)Featured in Runner’s World Top 30 this beltless pouch holds keys, phone, cash, cards, energy gels and nutrition bars while on the go. Learn more $20-$33
  14. Kettlebells (SPRI) Kettle bells are a great piece of equipment for any workout corner ideal for personal or group training. Use for squats, throws, cleans, jerks, snatches and rotational swings. Learn more $23-$125
  15. Hydro FlaskThe Hydro Flask was designed for colder, hotter, longer, happier. With TempShield technology, the double wall guards the temperature of any beverage, hot or cold. Hot stays steaming hot up to 6 hours, no sweat. Cold stays icy cold up to 24 hours. Hydro Flask is a better water bottle that also creates a better world through 5% back to charity with one purchase. Stainless Steel. Learn more $25-$55
  16. Insoles (Super Feet)Change the way shoes fit, feel and perform. Super Feet offers all biomechanically correct products based on the principles of podiatric medicine and can help a wide range of foot health related issues. Learn more $30-$60
  17. Knuckle Lights Designed to be worn on your hands in the perfect position to light your path and be seen in the dark. Great for running, cycling, walking, hiking and skiing. Learn more $36
  18. MyFitnessPal Track your health from anywhere, anytime with no limits. Record workouts and track calories down to every last bite. Give the gift of fitness tracking this year. Learn more $50
  19. Wireless Bluetooth Earphones (Jabra) Great for anyone on the go. Depending on your price point there are many quality earphones, but once again what makes them the best is how they cater to the user’s needs. Jabra or Jaybird tend to have fitness specific earbuds that are all around good for fit, sweat, sound and usability. Learn more $50-$150
  20. Heart Rate Monitor (Garmin) The most accurate way to measure a workout is through heart rate. The Garmin heart rate monitor wirelessly transmits your heart rate to your compatible device for reliable instant feedback on how hard you’re working. Learn more $60-$100
  21. Day of the Week Running Undies This may be a stretch, but cmon how great are these! Who needs a coach when your underwear already knows what to do! Learn more $65
  22. Work Out Pants (LuLuLemon)Who doesn’t love new workout clothes? Suit up your sweaty all-star with the best in quality and comfort from LuLuLemon. Learn more  $78-$118
  23. Fitness Tracker – If they do not already own one, then the decision of which fitness tracker can be mind-boggling. If you are considering a fitness tracker for the athlete or runner in your life consider their individual needs; whether it’s step counting, sleep tracking or 24/7 heart rate tracking, there is something for every specific need. $15-$250
  24. Wattbike – During the winter months the temperature isn’t usually the only decreasing value; motivation tends to see a slight slump as well. Take the road inside this holiday season with the Wattbike, an indoor bike that replicates the feel of the road whilst providing cycling-specific performance data. An indoor bike which makes structured training easy and assists every rider in achieving their goals. Learn more $2,975
  25. Curve Treadmill (Woodway) – Although it may be at the higher end of any budget, this Do It Yourself treadmill really knows how to get you your money’s worth.  The Curve is a non-motorized treadmill that offers a one-of-a-kind workout experience while increasing posterior muscle expenditure and allowing you to burn up to 30% more calories than any other treadmill. It really is as awesome as it sounds! Learn more $5,950