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The 2005 Holiday Gift Guide

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Give the gift of a healthy mind, body, and spirit this holiday season. Whether you're shopping for an exercise enthusiast, an obsessed runner, a fitness fanatic building a home gym, or a family member trying to improve his or her health, these ideas work for budgets of all sizes.

Gifts Under $30

The Ultimate New York Body Plan, $14.93

As featured in Fitness magazine's "Move of the Month," this all-in-one book offers a comprehensive diet and exercise regimen for that special fitness fanatic in your life.

Drishti Extra Thick Yoga Mat, $26.95

Chances are, your favorite yogi needs a new yoga mat. This one from Drishti is standard issue, except that it's available in six colors, and is thicker than most, providing extra cushion for knees and elbows during challenging poses.

Yoga in Bed: 20 Asanas to Do in Pajamas, $19.95

Perfect for the restless yogi in your life, this Yoga in Bed DVD will ease her into dreamland with relaxing, realigning yoga routines she can do under the covers.

Stott Pilates: Fit & Firm, $12.99

If you're shopping for something for a Pilates lover, this DVD, one in a series from Moira Merrithew, is a good choice for intermediate level Pilates. Pair it with other DVDs in the Stott series for a more substantial gift.

Basic Ab Workout for Dummies, $12.99

It's basic, but Ab Workouts for Dummies offers excellent ab-flattening moves in a straightforward and easy-to-follow fashion. Perfect for those days when getting to the gym is impossible.

Clinique All About Eyes, $28.00

A great stocking-stuffer, this eye cream from Clinique works miracles. Developed to diminish the appearance of undereye circles and puffiness, it's perfect for any post-workout beauty regimen.

Body Intelligence, $14.93

As any fitness fanatic will tell you, staying in shape is a complicated equation -- exercising often, eating right, and feeling good about your body are all easier said than done. This new book explores the connection between emotions and eating, and helps readers identify their bad habits and break them. A must-have.

FitDeck Playing Cards & Instructional DVD, $24.95

Adding variety to any exercise routine is a constant challenge, so FitDeck Cards are a perfect solution. Each card includes an illustration and step-by-step instructions for varying fitness levels. Just shuffle the deck and go!


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