Give the Gift of Vitality This Holiday Season
Ugly ties, cheap jewelry, hideous sweaters, lumps of coal—the list of bad holiday gifts is a long one. Have you ever thought about giving vitality? You can, and it can even be wrapped. Essentially, that’s what you’re giving when put fitness equipment under—or in the case of a large treadmill, next to—the tree.
Home Cardio Equipment
The Platinum Club Series Treadmill is for someone really, really, really special. It’s premium cardio just like the treadmills found in the best health clubs around the world. We’re still amazed that Santa finds a way to get these down the chimney.
FS Series cross-trainers are compact equipment options designed to provide low-impact cardio workouts. And they’re designed to look good in any home, so they don’t have to be stowed out of view in a remote corner of the basement.
Indoor cycles powered by ICG are quite simply, cool. The sleek modern design isn’t just for show. The bikes offer great home workouts, especially when paired with the ICG Training App. The IC8 Power Trainer (shown above) is for the dedicated outdoor cyclist and those training for a triathlon.
Strength training is an essential part of an overall fitness routine. Home gyms let exercisers put in the reps without having to leave home. This ensures convenience and eliminates the possibility of running into any rude, muscle-bound dudes whose favorite sound is hearing weight plates clang.
Bars and Weight Plates
Professional athletes train with rugged Hammer Strength equipment. An Olympic bar or two and a few weight plates turn a boring empty garage into a performance training space. Hammer Strength products are for those serious about their weight training.
The gift of vitality is also possible on a budget. A foam roller helps recovery after a workout, yoga and fitness mats can be an essential tool for all sorts of home workouts, and a stability ball is an effective way to improve core fitness. And, they’re all less than $50.