Our 2020 Christmas Guide For Extra Fit Friends

Thursday, December 17, 2020, in Life by

It’s that time of the year again: you’re scrambling to buy presents for loved ones who have everything. Gift cards and socks are the obvious choice but show little thought. So why not help them kickstart their 2021 fitness goals? These presents are perfect for the active-minded who need a wardrobe refresher or new tech to help them hit their health aspirations. 

Theragun Pro


If you’re sick of hearing that they haven’t quite recovered from their last workout two days ago, chances are they’ve been neglecting recovery. The Theragun Pro is the perfect gift to give their muscles a once-over, mimicking the feeling of a sports massage. 


Price: $899

 


Fitbit Versa 3


Compliment their active lifestyle with a new Fitbit Versa 3, perfect for tracking their latest PB or monitoring their daily activities. Available in three different colours, this smart watch is suitable for all recipients. 

 

Price: $399.95

 


Under Armour


Sometimes the best piece of motivation comes in the form of a fresh pair of kicks. Under Armour is both functional and stylish which means they don’t have to compromise on quality to get that flashy new look. 


Price: Prices Vary

 

Fitness First Membership


With the new year just around the corner, help them smash their health goals with a Fitness First Membership. Whether they’re into classes or free weights, Fitness First has them covered. 


Price: Speak to one of our friendly staff to find out more! 

 

Swell Bottle 750ml 


Whether they’re a sport addict or they’re looking to reduce their carbon footprint, a reusable water bottle is key to keeping them hydrated. Swell double insulated bottles keep water cold for 24 hours so forget a warm sip on a hot day. 


Price: $69.95

 

Lululemon Activewear

Much like a new pair of runners, new threads can have an equally inspiring effect. Kit a loved one out with new activewear from Lululemon. 


Price: Prices Vary

 


Alex Pierotti is a media veteran, having reported on health, fitness and sport for the better part of a decade. He got his start in TV, working on the live broadcast of the Intrust Super Shute Shield on 7TWO before making the switch to Men's Health Magazine. A one-time third-grade try-scorer, Alex is obsessed with two things: the beach and his footy team. When he’s not researching the latest fitness trends, you'll find Alex by the water.

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