For the athlete on your list. There are a ton of things you can get the active person on the list.
JBL Clip 3 Portable Speaker
For the outdoorsy person who wants to hear all of their surroundings, whether hiking or biking, the JBL Clip 3 will keep the music going for up to 10 hours.
Under Armour Rush ColdGear
Solid gear is hard to come by. Give the gift of motivation and wearable tech with the Cold Gear Rush lineup from Under Armour. The fabric is mineral-infused and absorbs and reflects it back into tissues & muscles, improving endurance & strength. The line is available for both men and women.
Gloveworx Session or Membership
I had the chance to work out a couple of times at the Gloveworx facility in Manhattan, New York. The environment is great, the trainers are motivating, and you’ll leave feeling amazing after your training session.
Small, compact and long-lasting battery life, the Jaybird Vista truly wireless earbuds were built with athletes in mind. If truly wireless is not ideal, the Tarah Pro earbuds are also great.
Plantronics BackBeat Fit 3150 Truly Wireless Earbuds
If the giftee you’re buying for trains outdoors, the BackBeat Fit 3150 allow for ambient noise to come through. Check out the full review for more details.
Apple Watch 5
This is for the person who is starting their active lifestyle or needs help with someone holding them accountable, the Apple Watch is a nice halfway point to start before upgrading to more serious activity trackers. Connect with others and compete to “close your activity rings” before the day is over.
Studio SWEAT onDemand Subscription
For the person who wants to workout at home without machines but needs the jumpstart to move, they may enjoy Studio Sweat onDemand. The on-demand platform offers a huge variety of fitness classes through a paid subscription, but also offer FREE workouts and classes through their YouTube channel.