Christmas gift guide: 10 of the best fitness buys

30 October 2017 by
First published: 6 December 2017

Christmas gift guide: 10 of the best fitness buys

Shopping for a fitness fanatic? We have just the thing. From water bottles to wellness balls, our Christmas gift guide is the home of fitness gifting inspo. Failing that, a gift from you to you this Christmas is always a good idea. You can thank us later!

Fitty London Subscription

Health and fitness subscription box Fitty London will make the perfect Christmas gift for the fitness obsessed. Each box comes filled with a mixture of goodies from protein balls to resistance bands and muscle rub, and can be purchased for three, six or 12 months. What’s better than a gift that keeps on giving?

£29 a month,

Speedo H2o Active Backpack

Think this is a backpack just for the pool? Think again. Made from water resistant fabric and with padded straps for comfort on the move (plus lots of useful pockets and compartments), this 22 litre capacity bag from Speedo can support every fitness activity.


Garmin Fenix 5s

If you’re shopping for a gym bunny, it’s likely a fitness watch is high on their wish list this Christmas. The Garmin Fenix 5s is a multisport GPS watch made for women, and boasts a range of smart features like Elevate wrist heart rate technology, preloaded activity profiles and smart notifications. It’s pricey, but so, so worth it.


Technogym Wellness Ball – Active Sitting

If you know someone who spends a lot of their time sitting, Technogym’s Wellness Ball, Active Sitting, might be a welcome present. As the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle become better known, the fitness accessory encourages active sitting as your back performs a series of micro-movements, turning time spent at your desk or in front of the television into an opportunity to exercise.


S’well Bottle Bahamas Gold Marble

S’well has long been fighting plastic bottle consumption in the most stylish way possible, and this Christmas is no different. Their new Earth collection, including this Bahamas Gold Marble bottle, celebrates the world in all its forms. BPA free and made from double-walled, non-toxic stainless steel and a vacuum seal (which helps keep your drinks cold for 24 hours and hot for 12), it’s not just a pretty face either.

From £35,

Ted Baker Phiola Running Armband

A keen runner would gladly see Ted Baker’s Phiola Running Armband under the tree. Easily attached to the arm to enable hands-free running, and sporting a stylish pastel floral design, it’s a no brainer.


Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H5

Working out is made a whole lot better when Bang & Olufsen is involved. The wireless earphones deliver an immersive listening experience for those who need music on the move. How? B&O Signature Sound dynamically changes profile to suit your current activity. Cool, huh?


Invisibobble Christmas Cracker

Invisibobble – the plastic hair tie that doesn’t kink or damage hair – gets a festive makeover in their Christmas Cracker offering. The cracker contains nine Invisibobbles, all sporting new metallic and glitter shades – perfect for rocking at the gym!

From £3.99, Boots

Lucy Mecklenburgh Hydration Station

Fitness queen Lucy Mecklenburgh isn’t just content delivering inspiration and motivation through Results With Lucy alone. This year, she’s releasing a range of Christmas gifts, too! Her Hydration Station set is all about replenishing your body, including a hot pink water bottle, Nourishing Body Lotion, Cooling Body Mist and Lip Balm. We love!

£18, Boots

Asics FuzeX Rush

Sporting a trendy millennial pink hue and classic Asics running technology for heightened comfort and support, the FuzeX Rush would make a welcome treat for a fitness fanatic!


Want more? Check out our ultimate fitness guide or our Kfit Trainer review.

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Christmas gift guide: 10 of the best fitness buys
Shopping for a fitness fanatic? From water bottles to wellness balls, our Christmas gift guide is the home of fitness gifting inspo.