Our Top 9 Fitness Gifts for the Season

Not sure what to get the fitness buff in your life who has, well, everything? Turns out, even the most trendy, on-point exerciser might be missing a few key staples in their wardrobe or workout bag. Here, we rounded up the fitness presents that will make you the top gifter of the season among your friends and family.

1. A pair of flashy leggings

Why shouldn’t you feel just as stylish in the studio as you do on the street? Luckily, when it comes to patterned leggings, the supply is endless. Add this chic pair to your gift list. Made of 85% recycled polyester and 15% elastane, they’re both comfortable and eco-friendly. As a cherry on top, the Speedwick technology prevents the leggings from sticking to the skin, even in your sweatiest class.

Buy it now: Reebok Lux Bold High Rise Legging – Speckle Print, $55


2. A dynamic yoga mat

Hot yogis who love a good sweat will love doing it on a super-cool mat. La Vie Boheme was inspired by two yogis who wanted more than just a mat with functionality and comfort—they wanted something stylish that looked different. Each of their pieces features a beautiful print inspired by space, nature, geometric designs and the environment.

Buy it now: La Vie Boheme Yoga Celestial Hot Towel Mat, $80


3. A stand-out sports bra

Decades ago, sports bras were pretty basic, but these days they come in just about every color and design you could (and couldn’t!) imagine. This one has a strappy, open back that’s ideal for wearing to your favorite workout class or just casually around your home underneath a cute, throw-on top. It’s made with a luxe fabric that provides support in a stylish package.

Buy it now: Lululemon Free To Be Bra (Wild), $48


4. A running pack

This super lightweight fanny pack of sorts for runners makes it easy to stride anywhere. It houses all of your personal belongings in a beltless, chafe- and bounce-free pouch made with dri-fit and water-resistant fabrics and featuring an inner pocket that’s water-resistant. It’s ideal for cyclists, too!

Buy it now: The Buddy Pouch, $18


5. Sleek black leggings

When you’re constantly on the go, it helps to have a stylish pair of workout pants that can double as a going out pair. These moto leggings step up your street style and even look like they’re faux leather, though the texture is a quilted stitching on a glossy fabric. Best feature: the hidden key or card pocket in the waistband!

Buy it now: Alo High Waist Moto Legging, $118


6. A motivating book

This ultimate nutritional guide for avid exercisers was written by none other than Shalene Flanagan, the female winner of the 2017 New York Marathon and the first American woman to do so since 1977! Flanagan and well-renowned chef Elyse Kopecky teach readers how to whip up some sensationally satisfying foods that will fuel your workouts.

Buy it now: Run Fast. Eat Slow. Nourishing Recipes for Athletes, $16


7. A ClassPass membership

Why not give the classiest gift ever (pun intended)? But seriously, what fitness fanatic wouldn’t want the opportunity to hit up a bunch of their favorite fitness classes all over their city or hometown? We may be a little bias, but we think they’d be pretty happy—plus, you can choose your amount in any increment!

Buy it now: ClassPass Gift Certificate, Prices Vary


8. A pair of top-notch ski boots

These tech-forward boots are more than just stylish—they have some seriously impressive uphill capacity that will allow you to exert your full energy. Their incredible ski performance is only matched by their true-to-rating flex of 90 and impeccable walk mode that exudes effortless comfortability.

Buy it now: Salomon MTN Explore W Alpine Touring Ski Boots, $600


9. An everyday duffle bag

If you’re an avid ClassPasser, one thing you need—aside from a positive and determined attitude (and quality sneaks, depending on the class)—is an everyday duffle bag. You’ll be using it way more than you would your average suitcase, which means it needs to be durable. This compact duffle by Herschel is just that and features long carrying handles and a removable shoulder strap.

Buy it now: Herschel Sutton Duffle, $60

Jenn Sinrich is an editor in New York City, a self-proclaimed foodie always looking for the healthier version of all recipes, a passionate lover of all things cheese, a friendly New Yorker, Bostonian at heart and proud Red Sox fan. Love cats? Cheese? Mac n' Cheese? Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.