Love Your Partner? Keep Them Healthy This Valentine’s Day!

Written by | Posted under Exercising, Health and Wellness, Nutrition | 3 years ago
Dark Chocolate

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Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and many people are concerned as to what they should get their loved ones.

I want to help out those who celebrate the holiday by offering suggestions on fitness-related gift ideas.

Gifts for Her:

  • Females love to get new workout clothes! I know it helps me with my motivation in the gym. My favorite brands are Nike, Under Armour, and Lululemon Athletica. (Price range: depending if you hit any sales, expect to spend $25+)
  • I am obsessed with my digital food scale! When I prepare my meals every Sunday, my scale helps me determine my perfect portions. I have the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale. (Price: $24 on
  • A purchase I’ve been longing to make is Apple’s iPod 6th generation nano! Those things are the coolest! You can even wear them as a watch, but they are ideal for clipping on your tank top or sports bra and listening to your favorite tunes while working out. (Price: starts at $129)

 Gifts for Him:

  • Make it personal and customize your own energy bars or shakes! Check out YouBars (Prices vary)
  • Choose from any BeachBody products like P90X, P90X2, and Insanity! All great at-home workout programs that provide amazing results.
  • The next time your man complains of sore muscles, hand him a Dr. Cool & Dr. Hot bag! Head over to Uncommon Goods! (Price: $16)

Nibble on This

If you’re thinking along the lines of chocolate, opt for a darker chocolate as it lowers high blood pressure and contains potent antioxidants. Sweet!

Happy Valentine’s Day to all you lovebirds!


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  1. Abbey said,

    How about an Ab Circle Pro as a gift? I think it’s a good choice.

    3 years ago
  2. Magen Petit said,

    Yea!! By Jennifer Nicole Lee! And it’s great for toning your glutes and thighs! Thanks Abbey.

    3 years ago


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