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These are the gifts fitness trainers are giving this year

Gift ideas your fit friends and family will love.

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When it comes to buying gifts during the holidays, it can be hard to get creative. Avid fitness fans, (whether they're into CrossFit or running) are especially hard to buy for since they seem to have all the latest gear. Which is why it's helpful to have a curated list of ideas from people who've tried and tested the gifts IRL. And if you're shopping for someone who's into fitness -- there's no better opinion to have than those whose literal job is to work out and help people stay fit: personal trainers. 

All of the products below were carefully chosen by fitness trainers. These are the products that they not only swear by to make staying healthy and fit easier (and more enjoyable), but also what they plan to give as gifts this year. 

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"One of my favorite items to give someone that trains at home is a pull-up bar. They're affordable, easy to assemble and fit most door frames. It makes getting a back workout at home easy and convenient. By simply switching your grip/hand position on the bar, you're able to target the desired muscles with ease. 

For those that may just be starting out, some body weight can be removed by using bands until they are strong enough to do the exercise unassisted. There are many models to choose from." 

-- Heather Marr, celebrity fitness trainer

Amazon

"For the friend always on the go traveling, suspension trainers are a gift they're sure to use. They're lightweight, portable and make getting a workout in anywhere, anytime possible. Using suspension trainers, you're able to perform a variety of exercises targeting muscles from the whole body. 

Whether your friend does full body, push/pull or split training, they'll be able to use this equipment for any and all of their training splits. The TRX All In One Suspension Training System is a popular choice. It includes a workout guide as well, just in case your friend isn't familiar with the system/exercises."

-- Heather Marr 

Nike

"I love anything Nike Tech since it's super fashionable and functional. I love gifting apparel and it helps people feel good going into the gym when they have some new gear."

-- Kevin Mejia, fitness trainer

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"A cool gift idea is a reusable water bottle. Most gyms nowadays have refill stations to help promote the use of reusable water bottles and to help out the environment."

-- Kevin Mejia

Check out our favorite water bottles, include self-cleaning water bottles and bottles that filter out contaminants from water

Intelligent Change

"Practicing daily gratitude is proven to improve your overall physical and mental health, self-esteem and how you treat others. The Five Minute Journal makes journaling fun with quotes and challenges and it really only takes 5 minutes! This is the perfect gift for someone who wants to start journaling, who constantly talks about work stress or someone who would love to enhance their life in general."

-- Sarah Randall, yoga instructor at Y7

Gravity

"Use a weighted blanket to meditate with, to have handy at work when you're feeling stressed, to put on your lap at your desk or cuddle with on the couch! The sense of being weighed down by the blanket covers you with a feeling of relaxation." 

-- Sarah Randall

Check out our guide to buying a weighted blanket, and the best weighted blankets you can buy.

The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives.