Fitness gift ideas, gifts for the heart from the heart!
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With the holidays coming quickly shopping is on everybody's mind. Getting a good gift takes care and the best ones come from the heart. What better way to show someone you care than to get them something that will help them live healthier! So here are some great gift ideas.
Gentlemen remember this is not always the most romantic gift for a woman that does not workout yet! That is my disclaimer so good luck.
The Bosu ball is a very popular fitness tool for balance and core strength. It is a favorite of personal trainers!
A door mounted pull up bar to do body weight exercises. The Iron gym is a cost effective pull up bar that you do not have to drill holes in your door to use.
A heart rate watch is a great way to use science to guaranty results and safety in your workouts.
The Ab Coaster is a fun little Ab product that works the whole abdominal area. It works like a knee raise that is harder to cheat on. You can add weight if it you need more of a challenge.
A stability ball is one of the most versatile workout tools for under $100 today. If you want to know how to use one visit my hub on workout balls.
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Stability balls are great tools for your workout that are affordable. People buy a lot of gimmicky abdominal training tools from infomercials for more money than these gym staples. To see what is real or not...
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