10 Holiday Fitness Gifts

All those holiday parties can lead to weight gain and bad habits. Luckily, Get-Fit Guy has 10 holiday gift ideas to help you and your loved ones with fitness, weight loss, muscle gain, and healthy living.

Ben Greenfield
5-minute read
Episode #117

#8. Edible Green TeaGreen tea has both health and weight loss benefits, and a recent discovery of mine is edible green tea, which is exactly what it sounds like – green tea that you can actually munch on. Compared to brewing a cup of green tea, eating the actual dried leaves can give you a much bigger boost of antioxidants (over 95 times what you get from drinking a cup of tea). It’s also good for a sustained burst of energy and as a way to beat appetite cravings. These dried green tea leaves come in an attractive bag that you can easily toss into a stocking or under the tree.

#9. EnergyBits – For vegetarians, vegans, and even omnivores, chlorella, spirulina, and other algae derivatives can satiate food cravings and provide a dense source of amino acids and fatty acids, along with a variety of other nutrients, vitamins and minerals. EnergyBits are little algae tabs that come in an attractive silver bag or small tin, and you can munch on them like popcorn or just swallow a handful when you need to quash a calorie craving. Get-Fit Guy readers and listeners can get a 10% discount when they use the code “BEN” at EnergyBits.com.

#10. Get-FitGuy’s Guide to Achieving Your Ideal Body – Just imagine if you could arrive at January 1st with an exact description of your personal body type and a step-by-step roadmap to achieving your ideal body based on your unique shape and metabolism. My new book provides you (or your lucky loved ones) with exactly that – along with workout tips, nutrition strategies for your body type, and everything you need to know to start your year off with a no-guesswork plan for getting fit fast. Grab it today, or learn more, at GetFitGuy.com.

And that wraps up my holiday fitness list (pun intended). But if you have more questions about holiday fitness gifts, or your holiday fitness gifts to add, then join the conversation at Facebook.com/GetFitGuy!


About the Author

Ben Greenfield

Ben Greenfield received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from University of Idaho in sports science and exercise physiology; personal training and strength and conditioning certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA); a sports nutrition certification from the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN), an advanced bicycle fitting certification from Serotta. He has over 11 years’ experience in coaching professional, collegiate, and recreational athletes from all sports, and as helped hundreds of clients achieve weight loss and fitness success.

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