Holiday Gift Guide: The Best Gear, Gadgets, and Stocking Stuffers
Fitness FindsOur Top Fitness Pick: Brooks Vapor-Dry 3D Hoodie
This super-smart, super-cute hoodie is perfect for a sporty friend. Good for all seasons, the piece works well as a mid layer on a freezing run or as an outer layer on a chilly jog. The editors at FITNESS love it because it's made from a breathable, moisture-moving fabric and has thumbholes and flip wrist mitts to keep your hands feeling cozy. Available in bright ivy, indigo, and wine; $79.99.
For any overworked person who doesn't always have enough spare time or energy to cook at home, a gift certificate from The Healthy Chef is the answer. The Healthy Chef program includes three meals plus one snack per day, and Chef John Procacci, who is certified in health foods, served as Executive Chef for Chamberlin's Natural Foods and Spa Chef for The Wyndham Palace Resort & Spa at Walt Disney World.
These resistance bands come with reinforced handle grips for no-slip toning. Small and portable, so they're perfect for working out at home or during travel.
Liked the reality show? You might like the workout even more. This DVD features six different programs with personal trainer Bob Harper and contestants from Seasons 1 and 2.
Snicker all you want, but the George Foreman Grill is still an effective, efficient way to cook meats while cutting the fat. The electric grill has 72 square inches of cooking surface -- plenty of space for a hot panini or Boca Burger -- and removable, nonstick grilling plates that are dishwasher safe for quick cleanup.
This catalog-style binder lies flat, allowing you to read your own healthy recipes while in the kitchen. Clear pages allow you to intersperse photos among the recipe cards. Refill pages are also available.
More gift suggestions -- from the editors of FITNESS magazine.
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