Christmas Gift Ideas For Gym-Goers

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As Christmas draws nearer, you might have been super-organized and already bought and wrapped your presents for everyone. But equally, you might not have if you are the latter and the panic as to what you will buy is slowly building, here is a list of Christmas ideas for gym-goers with links to specific items that can vouch for in terms of quality and value for money!

1) Resistance Bands

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A great addition to anyone’s training bag! Resistance bands are so versatile, they can be used by themselves to warm up, perform exercises, make exercises easier (such as pull-ups), make exercises harder, to assist greater activation of specific muscles when performing exercises, the list goes on!

Short Resistance Band Set

Long Resistance Band Set

2) Knee Sleeves

Another great addition to someone’s training bag, especially if they’re slowly getting into squatting heavier, they provide great support for your knees and are super comfortable, whilst not affecting your ability to move freely. They are a bit more expensive but think of it as an investment as I doubt you’ll ever need to buy a replacement pair.

SBD Knee Sleeves

3) Wrist Wraps 

Investing in a good pair of wrist wraps is a great present for any gym-goer whilst not breaking the bank! They provide support but again do not feel like they impinge range of motion. 

4) Jump Rope

This jump rope is great for general jumping rope but is also a speed rope which means it can be used for movements like double unders without wearing away the rope, which happens with more basic jump ropes. Again, this jump rope is affordable and reliable. Great value for money!

Speed Jump Rope

5) Smart Watch

If you are looking for a watch that will accurately track runs, swims, bike rides as well as a variety of other workouts then this is a great choice!


Author: Devika

Devika, M.Sc, NET Qualified is passionate about helping people discover the power of nourishing real food. She specializes in weight management, therapeutic nutrition, food allergies and intolerances, inflammatory diseases, gut health, and functional nutrition. Her approach blends a conventional health care and nutrition background with natural and science-based therapies.