Valentine's Day is right around the corner, which brings an expectation that you will woo your valentine with the perfect gift. If you are dating a fitness-lover, simply grabbing a box of chocolates won't do. Here are nine fitness-oriented gift ideas that will definitely wow that special someone come Valentine's Day.
A monthly subscription service, Bulu Box is the gift that keeps on giving. For as little as $10 per month with free shipping, you can give your valentine a gift of goodies delivered straight to his or her door each month. Each box includes five or six samples of health and fitness products.
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If you aren't ready to put a ring on it, put a tie on it. Crazy Ties are no-tug, no-crease hair ties that are fun as an accessory both in your hair and on your wrist. For only $1 each with free shipping, it's a steal of deal to treat your valentine to these classy hair ties.
A New York-based jewelry designer, Erica Sara specializes in helping to deliver a special message to your loved ones. With her Love Notes collection, you can provide a special short message to your loved one. The line includes a money clip to treat your man with a lasting message.
In addition to her Love Notes collection, Erica Sara has a number of jewelry designs created especially for athletes.
Show your partner how much you understand their passion for fitness with an inspirational book. "Duel in the Sun," for instance, provides a view of the classic 1982 Boston Marathon where Alberto Salazar and Dick Beardsley fought for the win until the end. For any runner, it offers an inside look at the sport and motivation to go the extra mile.
Instead of popping champagne to celebrate your love, pop some Nuun instead. Nuun, which comes in tablet form, offers an opportunity for athletes to transform their water into a hydrating, electrolyte drink. The brand has a number of flavors, including cherry limeade, watermelon and grape.
A leader in the compression field, PRO Compression helps keep legs fresh and aids recovery after a tough workout. With a number of compression products, including socks and sleeves, PRO Compression offers a pop of color to your Valentine's Day gift.
Nothing says "I love you" like Road ID, which helps to keep your partner safe while on the road. Available in bracelets and shoe tags, Road ID helps alert people of medical conditions and contact details in case your partner faces a health issue while exercising.
Medal hangers are a popular way to organize and showcase medals from races and other events. Running on the Wall, an Etsy store, offers a variety of medal hanger options. The vendor also gives you an opportunity to customize with your own special message or quote.