Health Conscious Gifts for Fitness Gurus

Alright, so your favorite pal is super health-conscious, and you need a gift for him or her- what to get? Sure, you could get them a gift certificate to a club- oh wait, they already are members of a club…okay, you could buy them some new workout shoes- no, that is too hard. So, you give up- what health-conscious gifts do you get the fitness guru who has everything?
Have you ever seen one of those fantastic posture-improving exercise ball chairs? They’re incredible. They are backless chairs with an exercise ball base that helps improve posture by gently exercising core muscles—exercising when sitting? Absolutely! The ball is about 16″ in diameter and is the same kind used by trainers in gyms. The balls sit on five steel feet with a chrome finish, and it really is a stable sitting surface but is also buoyant enough to force the abdominal muscles to engage. Not only that, these ball chairs help with spinal alignment. To make sure the chair is perfect for your health-conscious pal, the ball’s pressure is adjustable, and they come in three different colors, too.
For those super hard to reach core abdominal and oblique muscles, your friend might like a core muscle balance board trainer. These boards have a non-slip platform with raised rubber plates for good traction. When the remote control mounts and activates the board, it moves at three different speeds, which forces the muscles to contract to keep balance and not fall. It can offer 15-minute cross-training programs that shift between the paces, and the board is not going to mar hardwood floors. They plug into regular outlets, comes with remote control and battery, and it supports 250 pounds.
Next up is an idea that we are pretty sure your fitness pro does not have (maybe not, anyway): Their oxygen bar. These are modeled after those available in spas and resorts, and they increase the concentration of oxygen you breathe from 21% to 30%. What’s the point, you ask? It helps in relaxation and reduces stress without an oxygen tank or medication. A compressor draws in air and passes it through a filter, then continues on its way until it produces the concentrated oxygen, which is pumped through a tube to an adjustable headset. Your buddy can sit in his favorite chair, recline, sit or lie supine as he inhales. It has easy push-button controls that set 10 to 30-minute sessions and even has a built-in speaker to play different musical patterns for ultimate relaxation and calm. The best part is that these bars purge themselves of excess water vapor and heat before it shuts itself down too.

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