Get Fit Holiday Wish List


As a team that cares just as much about fitness as we do nutrition, our holiday wish lists are packed full of awesome gear that will kick up our workouts a notch. Here’s some of the top gear we’ve got on our lists this holiday season. Here’s hoping Santa reads our blog!

  • Nike Hoops Elite Max Air Team 2.0 Basketball Backpack – Designed with an innovative zip system so you can access your gear from any angle, this multiple pocket backpack provides the storage, cool look and Max Air shoulder straps to get all we need to the court in comfort. Added benefits include a water-resistant base, vented wet/dry compartments for sweaty post-pickup game clothes and shoes.
  • Reebok Crosfit Lifter Plus 2.0  – Designed to reduce loss of energy and eliminate excess weight, this next generation Lifter Plus shoe from Reebok is set to provide the base we need to reach our next PR. U-Form+ technology is wrapped in the midfoot, delivering an easy and customizable fit, and the three piece outsole features flex grooved rubber for traction on multi-surface terrain. Most important, these sneaks are designed for ultimate comfort.
  • Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats3 Wireless earphones – The right tunes can push you through the toughest workout, but headphone wires can be distracting and limit mobility.  Go wireless with these earphones to reach your optimal performance. Designed to deliver powerful, dynamic sound, they also last 12 hours so you’ve got enough juice to fuel multiple long workouts.
  • Garmin vívoactive® HR GPS Smartwatch with Elevate™ Heart Rate – The ultimate in smartwatch and GPS tracking technology, this solution from Garmin allows you to track not only running and cycling, but also weightlifting, swimming (hello, waterproof), golf and skiing workouts. Plus, the Elevate heart rate technology measures heart rate at the wrist, gauging your efforts without the need to wear a chest strap. Track your progress over time through Garmin’s Connect IQ portal, and never miss an important call or text by connecting your smartphone to your watch for notifications.

What gear’s on your wish list this year?