With Father’s Day just around the corner, I’m sure many of you are already wondering what to get your dads for this special day.
Forget the tie and the “BEST DAD” coffee mug. This year, get him something that’ll keep him healthy and fit, and make him feel great too.
Whether you want to inspire your dad to get active or just looking for something to intensify his current fitness routine, here are 5 gifts that you can get him for Father’s Day.
A fitness gift guide won’t be complete without including a fitness tracker so I’m putting this one first. Unlike other popular fitness trackers though, the Withings Go is designed to be simple, fun, easy-to-use, accessible and of course, affordable. You can wear it around your wrist or clip it on your clothes. Your dad won’t have to bother with charging them every night because it works on a simple button cell that lasts up to 8 months.
Revolutionize his traditional exercise routine with this digital cordless jumping rope that has a built in timer, calorie and jump counter. Now you don’t have to worry about him tripping or getting tangled up in the rope.
To keep dad safe during his early morning or late night jogs, get him the FlipBelt Reflective PT running and exercise belt that is made in high quality moisture wicking micropoly fabric and ultra-reflective 3M materials. Aside from its superb reflective quality, it also has a large-pocket tubular design that will allow him to easily and securely carry his personal belongings such as his smartphone, IDs, cards, keys, cash or small medical devices.
4. Yoga Wheel
If your dad is into yoga, he’ll love this yoga wheel that will improve his skills, whether he’s a beginner or a seasoned yogi. The tool can help increase muscle and spine flexibility; improve balance, core and back strength as well as gain fluidity of motion to help with the execution of all poses with ease.
In order for him to stay fit and healthy, it is important for him to know his body’s stats and how healthy his living environment is. With the Smart Body Analyzer, you can track body composition and check your heart rate as you weigh yourself on the scale. It also syncs with a free app to let you set weight goals and get coaching on how to achieve them.