Health is the gift that keeps on giving! Simplify your holiday shopping list with these healthy holiday gift ideas. Feel good about giving presents that have a positive impact. Happy shopping!
Tastes Great Hydration
Need a taste boost to fulfill a daily water intake goal? Try a fruit infuser water bottle! These water bottles come with a cylinder fruit holder. Put your favorite fresh fruit inside and let it infuse your bland water with delicious flavor. Prices vary but start around $10.00. What a bargain!
Keep the Kids Moving!
Winter weather can put a damper on outdoor activities for kids. Don't worry though – the Magic Moves Electric Wand keeps kids active and busy indoors! The wand plays music, flashes lights, and features 90 recorded activity commands like, "Stomp like an elephant" and "Freeze." Best of all, it keeps kids on the go instead of in front of the TV. In fact, the Magic Moves Electric Wand has won the National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, NAPPA Silver Award, Brilliant Sky Brilliance Award, and Parents Magazine Best Toy. The price is around $20 at most retail locations.
Tired of keeping up with earbuds, a fitness tracker, and a heart rate monitor? The Jabra Sport Pulse Headset is a 3-in-1 that combines wireless earbuds, a heart rate monitor, and a fitness tracker app. The tech-savvy person on your list will love the convenience, style, and health data! These earbuds can be found for about $100.
Did you know you're 46% more likely to keep a goal if you write it down? That's why we love the Fitbook! It's a simple, “everyone can use” notebook designed for fitness tracking. The pages include weekly goal planning, food logs, water consumption tracking, and sleep habit notes. It even features daily workout pages, motivations, and reminder spots for rewarding yourself for staying on track. The price point starts at $15.
Want a gym you can fold up and take anywhere? We've got the solution! Resistance bands are an easy way to take fitness on the road with you. They're great for both stretching and strength training. Resistance bands can be especially useful for seniors because they can be used in a seated position. A set of bands usually comes with light to heavy resistance options and start at $10 per set.