Holiday Gift Guide: 45 Gifts You’ll Want to Give (and Receive!)

Why buy boring socks and scarves for family and friends when the coolest new gear and gadgets are just a click away? Whether you’ve got $25 or $250 to burn, we’re here to help you give your loved ones the gift of health and fitness. From a Daily Burn subscription to a Star Trek sushi set, we’re banking on these 45 gifts to help make you the best Secret Santa yet.

Best Holiday Gifts Under $25

1. Bottle that java. Know someone who can’t live without his morning cup of joe? (Wait, do we know anyone who doesn’t?) Help them take it to go with the 12 oz. Lifefactory Glass Mug with Café Cap and Insulating Sleeve. The protective sleeve will keep beverages warm and the glass is easy to clean. ($25; lifefactory.com)

2. Namaste me. Step up someone’s stationery game with these colorful NAMASTE Thank You Cards. A rainbow of seven color options (based on the seven chakras, naturally) is the perfect way to thank everyone for holiday tidings. ($17; modernom.com)

3. Get ahead. Don’t let her ears go cold on those frosty long runs. The ASICS Lite-Show Windblock Headwarmer protects against the gustiest of days so she can stay warm in the elements. ($25; asics.com)

4. Bike buddy. Your Strava-loving, bike-riding peops will need this Novara Nucleus Phone Holder. It protects a smart phone from moisture and can be placed horizontally or vertically on bike handlebars. ($25; rei.com)

5. Noodle around. ‘Tis the season for getting cozy with some ramen! (Or maybe some zoodles.) Surprise someone with the dishwasher-safe Medallion Noodle Chopsticks and Bowl. A handy notch allows you to rest your chopsticks in between slurps. ($14; urbanoutfitters.com)

6. Seize the day. Type-A personalities will appreciate the Daily Intention Tracker. Help them jot down countlessly thought-through to-do lists, positive affirmations or lofty aspirations on this stylish pad that has 60 sheets. ($13; knockknockstuff.com)

7. Hot stuff. Meet this one-can wonder: The USB Thermoelectric Cooler and Warmer will keep an emergency can of anything (think: Zevia, La Croix seltzer) chilled down to 46 degrees Fahrenheit or a mug of caffeinated, well, coffee, warmed up to 149 degrees. Perfect for desk-jockeys with a bubble obsession. ($20; thinkgeek.com)

8. Wristspiration. Spark some inspo with a Momentum Oval Motivate Wrap bracelet that has aluminum pendants with affirmations like “Strong Is the New Beautiful,” “Stronger than Yesterday” and more. Workout buffs can wear it with pride and the stretchy fabric wrap won’t slip off or chafe. ($19; designsthatmoveyou.com)

9. Stash and dash. Runners can stash keys or cash securely with this Sweaty Betty Runner’s Wristband. And don’t sweat it: Sweat-wicking fabric will keep pavement pounders dry and comfy. ($25; sweatybetty.com)

10. We’ll drink to this. The BPA-free, 15-oz. Dopper Water Bottle is stylish and eco-friendly: It’s produced with a net zero carbon footprint and a portion of the sale of every bottle goes towards increasing access to clean drinking water worldwide. Add the sports cap for $3; athletes will appreciate its streamlined design. ($15; dopper.com)

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Best Holiday Gifts Under $50

11. Portable pack. Hikers can take a load off with the Osprey Ultralight Stuff Pack, which weighs in at just three ounces (so light you’ll forget it’s there!). Zip it into a pouch the size of your palm when you’re done on the trails. ($35, ospreypacks.com)

12. Shady frames. Travelers can take these bold, mirrored Sunski Originals Sunglasses from the beach to the slopes, and everywhere in between. The retro style is universally flattering and the polarized lenses are the icing on the cake. ($48, shop.sunskis.com)

13. Peanut butter JELLY time Peanut butter just got a protein-packed makeover with Buff Bake’s Peanut Butter Variety Pack. Each serving packs 11 grams of muscle-building protein, so we promise even your most serious of lifting buddies or protein powder pushers will be impressed. ($43, buffbake.com)

14. One cup wonderThis Tru Single Brew Coffee Maker is a no-brainer if there’s a caffeine addict on your gift list. It works with any K-cup, has a vintage #TBT vibe, and saves space on the counter, too. ($50, urbanoutfitters.com)

15. Mission: charity. Skip the video games and present little ones with this UNICEF Kid Power Band instead. The corresponding app will send families on missions that help them get active, while earning “Kid Points” that help fund deliveries of food to malnourished children worldwide. It’s a gift you can definitely feel good about. ($40, target.com)

16. Laced upSneakerheads will go crazy for this wall art featuring the coolest kicks of all time. (Sadly, not the entire collection of them, though.) A Visual Compendium of Sneakers takes you from the OG Chuck Taylor to this season’s buzzed-about Air Yeezy — and everywhere in between. ($35, popchartlab.com)

17. Make a statement. Score this tank for your girl who marches to the beat of her own drummer. Reebok Studio’s “Do Your Own Thing” Muscle Tee will help her stand out among a sea of yogis or a class full of cardio dance addicts. ($32, reebok.com)

18. Hoop dreams. Wrap up this triple-threat for the kiddos (or kids at heart). The Pro Mini Hoop Rebound is quick to assemble, has a shatter-proof backboard and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Challenged Athletes Foundation’s Operation Rebound program. The charity’s initiative supports injured military members and first-responders by providing funding for sports equipment, training and competition expenses. ($35, shop.sklz.com)

19. By the batch. DIYers will love to get their hands dirty with this Brooklyn Kombucha Home Brew Kit. The fermented tea is full of probiotics so consider this the gift that keeps on giving. ($45, uncommongoods.com)

20. Live long and prosper. Boldly go where no sushi lover has gone before with this Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Sushi Set. The saucer doubles as a bowl for soy sauce and the warp trails are a sick set of chopsticks. Even Spock would be proud. ($39, thinkgeek.com)

21. Munchie maniaMakeover somebody’s snack stash with this sampler pack of gourmet Krave Jerky. Flavors like Basil Citrus, Lemon Garlic and Black Cherry Barbecue — plus, the all-natural and gluten-, nitrite-, corn syrup- and MSG-free labels — make this a snack you’ll feel good about sharing. ($42, kravejerky.com)

22. Happy feet. Treat someone to unlimited (yes, unlimited!) foot rubs with this indulgent Warming Foot Massager. Because is there any better gift than that? PS: We won’t tell if you take one for yourself, too. ($50, sharperimage.com)

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Best Holiday Gifts Under $100

23. Listen up. Headphones are practically an essential these days — at the office, on a run or even just for a daily commute. The iHome FIT Bluetooth Wireless Headphones will never snag on a winter coat or get tangled in a backpack — and comes in two cheery colors. ($70, sportsauthority.com)

24. Name check. Add some personality to a pair of workout leggings with the customizable Adidas mi Performer Tight. With several different colors and patterns to choose from, your favorite runner will be sure to stand out during her next training workout. Bonus? You can add a team name or slogan to the leg or waistband. ($65 and up, adidas.com)

25. Sweater weather. Give your funny friend the ultimate LOL-worthy gift: a Klew Ugly Sweater. The party-perfect options come in both men’s and women’s, and, perhaps, most importantly, allow any football fan to show off his or her hometown pride. (Go Giants!) ($70; sportsauthority.com)

26. Pimp your kitchen. Spruce up anyone kitchen’s with the BLACK + DECKER HandiPrep 6-in-1 Kitchen System which compactly provides a slew of cooking essentials including a food processor, herb chopper and immersion blender. ($90, blackanddecker.com)

27. Rolling with the homies. Stress around the holidays is inevitable, but the gift of release is ready for you. Enter the most tricked-out foam roller we’ve ever seen. The Acumobility Eclipse Foam Roller will get every last nook and cranny with its patent-pending design, which targets multiple muscles at the same time (translation: faster recovery sessions). ($70, acumobility.com)

28. Sound off. Perfect for the party starter, the Buckshot Pro Bluetooth Wireless Speaker can get the music going without huddling over an outdated stereo. It’s also a flashlight, mobile charger and powerbank. Yeah, that’s impressive. ($80, outdoortechnology.com)

29. Bling bling. Your favorite fashionista can now track her steps in the chicest way possible. Jawbone x Baublebar collaborated on a shiny line of blingy UP Move tracker. Featuring studded, rhinestone-encrusted leather wrap designs, fitness just got way flashier. ($55-65; baublebar.com)

30. Trainer to go. Forget buying a set of personal-training sessions: The Pear Mobile Kit is just as good, but for a fraction of the cost. It features stay-put headphones, a Bluetooth-enable heart-rate monitor and an armband for your smartphone. Plus, the corresponding app has hundreds of trainer-designed and approved workouts, too. ($99, pearsports.com)

31. But first, a selfie.  This isn’t your average drugstore selfie stick: The Quickpod Dynamic Power Selfie Stick is seriously pimped out and can power up your smartphone, GoPro or digital camera for a whopping 10 extra hours. Any adventurer, day explorer or pro ’grammer will appreciate this double-duty present. ($80, digipowersolutions.com)

32. Wrapped in a bow. Fitness gear is always a good thing — especially when it’s color coordinated. Available for both men and women, the UA Holiday Gift Sets for both Men and Women are great for adding to — or even just starting — someone’s workout wardrobe. ($99/each, underarmour.com)

33. Compress for success. Dress up her next workout with the chic VIMMIA Sprint Shorts. Featuring two layers: One, a tie-die-style compression short (that totally helps with chafing, TBH) as well as track shorts that are breezy when doing 400-meter sprints. ($92, vimmia.myshopify.com)

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The Best Holiday Gifts (Splurge a Little!)

34. Barre none. Ballet fiends, take note: Now you can plié and pulse anywhere with the Hammacher Foldaway Barre Studio. When ready for storage, the unit because literally half its size, making it the perfect addition to a tiny (or growing!) home gym. ($500, hammacher.com)

35. Jump for joy. If you know someone looking to ramp up their interval intensity, look no further than our own Daily Burn Plyo Box. The basic-looking gym tool is anything but, and will help any exerciser take their explosive moves like box jumps higher — literally. ($155, dailyburn.com)

36. No sleeves, no problem. Keep your runner friends safe at night with this high-visibility reflective Nike Aeroloft Flash Running Vest (men’s and women’s), made up of water-repellant 800-fill down. It’ll keep ‘em dry and warm, despite feeling lighter than air on their backs. ($280, nike.com)

37. Pump up your life. Instead of actual down keeping you warm, the NuDown Squaw Valley Jacket features a dry air pump, which gives the wearer the power to create and adjust to his or her ideal temperature, no matter the conditions on the slopes. Forty-plus pumps and they’ll be ready to tackle even the iciest glaciers. ($650, nudown.com)

38. Toasty tootsies. Even the most anxious of your friends will never have cold feet again with ProFLEX Heated Insoles. Besides the comfortable design, they also have rechargeable batteries that work with a pocketable remote control. And how cool is that? ($185, thermacell.com)

39. Coffee on demand. This one’s for all the hardcore coffee-drinkers out there: The brand-new GE Cafe French Door Refrigerator doesn’t only offer up ice and filtered H20 — it’s also got a Keurig machine. Getting milk into that first morning cup just got even easier. ($2,968, lowes.com)

40. Bedtime with benefits. One present, one happy couple: The NuYu Sleep System is about to revolutionize bedtime for two. With a Bluetooth-enabled mat and app that cycles through temperatures throughout the night to mimic your body’s circadian rhythm, everyone in bed will have a more comfortable, restful sleep. ($500, healthometernuyu.com)

41. Sweet stress relief. Got that one friend who can’t avoid those 12-hour work days? Help him release stress with the TruMedic InstaShiatsu Back and Neck Massager With Heat. While he may get a few double takes, the portable, rechargeable masseuse is a must-have for those whose shoulders or neck tense up after a long day. ($140, trumedic.com)

42. Tote-ally cute. Only the best for those barre-loving ballerinas-in-training. The limited edition MZ Wallace & Barre 3 Metro Tote is a stylish quilted tote complete with a separate leather pouch to stash valuables. ($215; mzwallace.com)

43. Wheels when you need them. Treat your favorite spinner to an even closer-to-home ride this holiday season. Albeit pricey, the Peloton Bike will be a savior for bikers as soon as the roads get icy. With unlimited classes available and dozens of instructors to stream onto the built-in screen, we’re hard-pressed not to buy one for ourselves, too. ($1,995, pelotoncycle.com)

44. Track with heart. Help someone get back on track (or challenge ‘em to a stepping contest) with one of the latest FitBit models, the FitBit Charge HR. It’s as tricked out as a fancy running watch, measuring distance, steps and heart rate (all from your wrist!), but can also track sleep, making sure the lucky recipient is owning all aspects of living a healthy life. ($149, fitbit.com).

45. In the bag. Function meets style with the minimalist Lululemon Urbanathalon Backpack. Made from water-repellent wool, it’s got custom-built pockets for your sweaty gear, laptop and sunglasses — or whatever adventures arise. ($130, lululemon.com)

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