6 Christmas Gift Ideas for your Fitness Friends

It's that time of year again, when we have to start racking our brains for gift ideas for our loved ones. I like seeing someone's face when they open a gift they absolutely LOVE. Sometimes it's hard to know what to get people though... what if they already have it? What if it doesn't fit? Will they actually use it? I'm going to solve all your problems and help you find the perfect present for the fitness freak in your life, with 6 ideas that any gym goer or health enthusiast would love to find wrapped under the tree...

1. Tickets to the SFN Expo 2016! Scotland's biggest weekend of fitness and nutrition at the SECC in Glasgow - they host everything from the UKBFF Scottish Grand Prix, to Crossfit games, to nutritional seminars and protein baking workshops! The easiest, hassle free present you could buy. You'll even get 10% discount with my code "SFNAM25" as well as limited early bird prices, FREE delivery with a fancy "Golden Ticket" envelope, guaranteed to arrive before Christmas! Visit www.sfnexpo.co.uk/tickets

2. Clothes. You can't go wrong with anything from Nike - personally I'm hoping Santa will bring me their giraffe print leggings!

3. MyProtein goodies - they do my all time favourite natural chocolate flavour Impact Whey Protein and I don't know about you but I'd be chuffed to unwrap a box of their protein cookies!

4. Healthy cookbooks. It seems like everyone and their Nan is bringing out a cookbook packed with healthy recipes lately. My go to book is still Hemsley + Hemsley's "The Art of Eating Well" but I quite fancy Jamie Oliver and Gizzi Erskine's latest ones. I've heard good things about the Protein Pow book too. 
(No idea why Fearne Cotton and Joe Wicks are waiting til after Christmas to release theirs but you could always pre-order them for someone!)

5. Fitness trackers... There's so many to choose from it can be confusing. If they're a runner try a Garmin Forerunner GPS watch. Polar heart rate monitors are ideal for a HIIT fan - I used mine every day til it died, sob! A Jawbone or Fit Bit is a good idea for general day to day tracking as you can wear them all day, connect them to your phone and even track your sleep!

6. Entry to a race. I was shocked when I first found out that people actually PAY for the privilege torture of running a marathon. If they're dying to run a particular race next year; a 5k colour run? Triathlon? Tough Mudder? Help them out & sign them up! 

No comments:

Post a Comment