Monday, 7 December 2015

Fit Girl Gift Guide

Recently while I was washing up tupperware for the millionth time that week the thought crossed my mind 'would it be weird to ask someone for decent tupperware for Christmas?' Probably, but I would seriously love it as a present. This post started to formulate itself in my head, so here's a gift guide for the fitness obsessed girl in your life if you're looking for some inspiration :)

Gym wear. Leggings, vests and tee's. Hoodies, cycle wear, running gear, hiking gear. Socks, headbands or accessories if you aren't sure on sizes :) 
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Vouchers - For a new type of class, bootcamp or experience. Or again for clothes, we can never have enough gym clothes.
Like this groupon for yoga classes
Food. We are obsessed with eating. A meal plan subscription, or a veg box delivery. Vouchers for a health food shop, or a website.

Kit - Depending on their activity of choice of course, yoga mat, wrist supports, knee supports, palm guards, chalk bag, reflective stuff for winter running, bike accessories, touchscreen gloves.
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A sports massage, or spa day. Something to soothe those aching muscles and tired feet is always appreciated!

A shiny new gym bag. Who can resist? I prefer a backpack myself, but there are so many styles out there, and there are some really cute options.
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Equipment - skipping rope, weights, kettlebell, pull up bar, resistance bands...what do they want to have for their home gym or kit bag?

Foam roller, or massage ball, or other rehab stuff. I don't know about you but I consistently have something aching. This small set might be perfect for someone short on space. Like me, if anyone has not got my Christmas present yet :)
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Some other little funny gifts or stocking fillers...
Recipe books - Paleo, low fat, vegan (try this list from no meat athlete for ideas) healthy. 

Mini toiletries - Awesome for the gym bag, the little gift sets of shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, face wash, moisturiser. Buy cruelty free of course from places listed in this post :)


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Hair ties. Seriously, I can never have enough hair ties. nice quality ones that won't snag hair, or some of the invsibobble ones that don't leave a crease in your hair, maybe some headbands and dry shampoo.

Tupperware, or any food storage. Shakers, flasks, small plastic posts of snacks....ones that don't leak and won't break after 3 uses. Or like this set from Argos...look at all the sizes!!

Have a good Christmas! xx

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