Funny Fitness Infomercial and The Best Fitness Holiday Gifts To Buy

When it comes to fitness there is a never ending supply of new inventions and gifts you could buy.

Here is one not on my list!:)

Ok now the real ones that are good gifts:)

1.  Resistance Bands

Band training is great especially to increase power and power endurance.  They are also great for stretching and becoming more mobile.  Trust me bands can do things that weights cannot do but weights can do what bands cannot:)

2.  The Grid Foam Roller

I started doing foam rolling just a few years ago and it has been amazing.  No matter if you are an intense athlete or someone who never works out you can benefit from this.  One person said it did not work.  Remember the grid is not to roll fat off the body:) but instead it is like a massage.

3.  Kettlebells are a great tool

I love the kettlebell but it takes knowledge and practice to be great at it.  Kettlebells are not new and they should not be a fan.  Stuff that you might see on tv is usually not what you are looking for in a kettlebell workout.

4.  Eischens Yoga

This is the best yoga ever and for those that do not like the spiritual side of yoga he just takes you through the movements with no added fluff. And this one is best for athletes and beginners.

5. The Power Wheel

This is one of the best tools for core work

6.  The Meal Movement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No more dieting and if you are on a meal plan I challenge you to switch to this one.

7. Last but NOT least sign up for http://www.expressfitnesscamps.com or at least get the free newsletter to the right. Ok this is a shameless plug but its free!

What is the funniest fitness gift you have gotten?

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His motto is to grow in faith, create freedom, and progress in fitness excellence.

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