Holiday Gift Guide: Affordable Ideas for the Health and Fitness Fanatic in Your Life


If you have someone in your life to buy for this year who's into health and fitness but you're not sure what to get them, you've come to the right place. I've put together a gift guide that they're sure to love - and the best part is that you can buy all these products on Amazon for just twenty quid or less.

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1. Fitness Tracker
These are a great choice for anyone, from total beginners to seasoned pros. Fitness trackers count your steps, track your sleep, monitor your heart rate and so much more. They're a good motivator to get yourself moving and don't need to be expensive - I've found three for under £20.


2. Portable Exercise Equipment
The good thing about these products is that they can be used anywhere, so your friend or relative can train at home, in the park or even on holiday. My top picks are a yoga mat (which can be used for more than just yoga), resistance bands for bodyweight exercises and of course, a foam roller is a must to loosen tight, sore muscles and speed up recovery.


3. Recipe Book
If your recipient loves to cook healthy food (or wants to learn how to), why not buy them a cookery book? My three favourites at the moment are 30 Minute Meals by Joe Wicks, Vegan 100 by Gaz Oakley and Jamie Oliver's 5 Ingredients.


4. Protein Products
Almost every gym goer loves their protein. Why not buy them a gift they're probably not expecting in the form of some whey protein powder or bars? I've also included a pea protein (far right) in my recommendations, for any vegans and plant based folk who like to work out but don't want to miss out on this vital macronutrient.


5. Kitchen Gadgets 
These things can be expensive, but they don't have to be. I've found a blender, a spiralizer and some digital scales, all for under £20 each.


I hope this guide has been helpful and given you a few ideas for what to buy the fitness fanatic in your life. Do you have anything to add to this list? Leave your ideas in the comments!


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  1. Love this! I'm just getting into fitness/the gym at the moment and I'd love to get myself a fitness tracker in the new year! xx

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    1. That's great! Good luck on your fitness journey :)

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  2. Great suggestions! I really want to get myself a fitness tracker, it's great that are able to track so many things. I bought myself a yoga mat a few years ago and it's such a good choice too because it can be used for more then just yoga as you said!

    Amy,
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    1. I had a Fitbit for a couple of years and found it really useful for tracking my daily steps and sleep. They really do motivate you to do more.

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  3. I love this! This is great for anyone and it's encouraging to pursue a healthy lifestyle. You can never go wrong with yoga mats. Foam rollers are the BEST!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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    1. Glad you liked my recommendations - they can all be used by anyone of any age and at any point of their health and fitness journey.

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  4. I had no idea fitness trackers could be bought for under £20, what an amazing gift these would make. I still need to do my Christmas shopping! :)

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    1. I know, they used to be really expensive and now you can get them pretty cheaply which is great.

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  5. This is such a helpful guide- I could actually really do with getting one (or all) of these healthy eating books

    Soph - https://sophhearts.com x

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    1. I actually have (and use) all of them so I'd personally recommend them :)

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