Fitness Gifts

Six of the Best Holiday Gifts for Fitness Needs: Under $250

Getting and staying in shape is something we all aspire to. Not all people have the time, money or inclination to go to a gym or health club regularly, but there are a number of stores that sell fitness equipment that can easily be used at home.
If you have people you love who want to improve their health. give them a gift that will start them on their way to better fitness.. If they are not “seasoned” exercisers, I recommend these products, all easible for people just beginning a fitness routine.

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FitBall Sport With Pump

The FitBall Sport is a professional-style exercise ball. It’s burst-resistant, which should be a relief to the occasionally accident prone or awkward, as well as weight-tested for up to 600 pounds, so it’s extremely sturdy and designed with safety in mind for its users.

Cost: Yellow 45 cm-$18.00
Red 55 cm-$20.00
Blue 65 cm-$23.00
Yellow 75 cm-$27.00

Walk Away the Pounds Fitness Kit

I’ve always heard that walking is really one of the best forms of exercise. As a matter of fact, after my husband’s heart attack 10 years ago, his doctor recommended that he walk regularly.

.Fitness guru Leslie Sansone has created the Walk Away the Pounds Book and Walk Away the Pounds Get Up and Get Started DVD, in which you actually end up walking the equivalent of a mile. Even those who are the most resistant to doing exercise can do it for just 15-minutes a day.

Cost: $49.95

Gaiam Trampoline Workout System

For people who prefer a low-impact workout, the Gaiam Trampoline Workout System is a wonderful way to get an effective cardio workout, as well as get your body toned up.
It has a safety handle and can hold up to 250 pounds of weight, so it’s fantastic for those who need to lose some pounds. A 35-minute, instructive DVD accompanies it.

Cost: $99.00

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Integrity® Air Rowing Machine

The Integrity® Air Rowing Machine is a pretty unique product, although it is probably best for those who can sit down in low seats easily.

It employs the use of air resistance that blows out from a large fan. It comes with a monitor that keeps track of your workout statistics and is not complicated to assemble.

Cost: $189.99 (subject to change)

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You don’t have to be a senior to be able to use these products, but if you or the person you may buy these for have some mobility issues, these items will enable you to get a good, low-impact workout.

Pedal Exerciser

The Pedal Exerciser can be used as both a leg exerciser and arm exerciser. You can control the tension with a knob and it’s very easy to use.

Cost: $39.95

The Resistance Chair™ Exercise System

The Resistance Chair™ Exercise a new and quite innovative pro duct.

It’s sort of like a mini-gym in the form of a chair, where exercise can be done while you are seated. Tone up your body with this safe and efficient fitness system that improves strength
balance and energy and can assist anybody at any fitness level with getting into shape.
The Resistance Chair™ can handle up to 400 pounds, so a person who is pretty heavy will benefit by using this product. The system includes the chair, step attachment, cables, anchors, back support, manual and DVD.

I believe this is well worth the price.

Cost: $239.70.

Safety First!

Make sure that you know whether or not it’s safe for your gift recipient to do certain kinds exercise before deciding which fitness product to choose for him or her.

To purchase this merchandise or to see other products they offer, please visit the websites for the stores mentioned, provided in my Resources section.