How many people find themselves surrendering to obsessive routines and the tiredness that goes with this?
And what is the easiest thing to give up if not a daily hour of physical exercise?
This is where you come in by giving a significant gift that’s worth its weight in gold.
- Expensive option: A subscription to a health club or to a fitness workshop. This is appropriate if it meets your budget and if the receiver of the gift has enough time and willingness to stick to this new activity.
- Practical option: A home fitness kit. Buy your loved one sports equipment that he or she can use for exercising at home: wrist and ankle weights, elastic band, medicine ball, fit ball, yoga mat, jump rope, aerobic step, boxing bag, etc., according to your budget. You can find all these products in a sporting goods store.
We recommend including a sheet of paper with YouTube links that will help him/her do the exercises.
Example of links:
Workout with No Equipment
Workout with Weights
Workout with fitball
On YouTube you will find additional videos.
To upgrade the present, you can add sportswear, an embroidered towel, a water canteen, calorie counter watch, pulse rate watch (for monitoring heart rate), bag, etc.