Give the Gift of Fitness – It Simply Keeps On Giving


If you need to give someone a gift whether for a birthday, at Christmas time or simply for no good reason why not consider giving them a truly unique and invaluable gift? Give them the gift of improved health and fitness that comes from the heart and increase the quality of their life.

The gift of fitness is something that you can give to virtually everybody on your gift giving list – from your parents, to your spouse, a friend, an employee or co-worker, even your children. And, it is a gift that you can truly feel proud to give. After all, who doesn’t want to look better, feel better, and be healthier and more disease resistant?

When you give someone the gift of fitness, you are helping them open a door to better health (physically, mentally and emotionally). It is a gift that genuinely shows the recipient how much you care about their well-being as you are providing them with unlimited health benefits.

Certainly many of the people on your gift giving list would find these health benefits incredibly invaluable. If they are like most of us, they may have even mentioned how they want to drop a few pounds or just get in better shape.

They will be more motivated to start an exercise program when given a gift that helps them immediately take action. A gift that supports health and wellness will be appreciated for years to come and may even turn someone’s life around. It may motivate someone to get off the couch and improve their health helping them to live longer.

Want to enjoy the benefits of improved health and fitness for yourself? There is no need to wait for someone to give you the gift of fitness. Treat yourself to a special fitness gift and inspire others to get started too.

Our own fitness is a gift to others: Although we think we do it for ourselves, being strong, fit, healthy and well is a gift to our family, friends and the community in which we live.

For our spouses: We give them the gift of being paired with someone who looks and feels good. Waking up everyday next to someone who has the energy, strength and spirit to embrace the day is life enriching.

For our children: We give them the gift of being healthy, active parents. Having fit parent’s means our children are more likely to be fit themselves. We give them the gift of us being more nurturing, patient and helpful to them because we have the physical resources to do so. We give them the freedom from worry that we will require hospice or other ongoing care while they are still young adults raising their own family.

For our grandchildren: We give them the gift of being able to play and do physical stuff with them. How proud will they be to have such ‘cool’ and youthful grandparents? We can show them how important strength and fitness is to living long, active lives.

For our community: We remain healthier and well longer and don’t place a burden on the health system. We remain productive, enthusiastic, skillful members of the workforce longer. We help younger people see that aging is not something to be afraid of. We are able to continue to help those who need us.

For our world: Every workout and every healthy meal along with every other way we take care our bodies is a gift to someone else. And this is not about being selfish. It is about keeping the body healthy so we can contribute to the lives of others better and longer.

By leading a lifestyle built around physical fitness and smart nutrition, you are taking care of a lot more people than just yourself and will inspire others to do the same. Be assured that giving a gift that will help someone lead a healthier life is also one of the most rewarding gifts you can give.

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