From fitness trackers to sportswear, from shake bottles to knee supports, this comprehensive list provides ideas for virtually every aspect of bodybuilding and weight training so you are certain to find something to suit every occasion.
The Beast Gym and Strength Tracker
A unique wearable gym tracker designed for weight lifters. It works by tracking your bar/body speed and acceleration and lets you know if you need to change the weight you are using. It provides objective recommendations helping you to improve your progress and avoid injury by trying to lift too much.
A Bar Grip Shirt
A shirt designed to prevent your back sliding due to sweat, and it stops the bar sliding during squats – a really practical piece of sportswear thanks to the special gripping material used to build the back panel of the shirt. Perfect for any power lifter.
Bodybuilders require a lot of preparation for their meals to ensure the right level of nutrients so a blender which can create protein shakes, juices, soups or smoothies in a jiffy, without too much mess, makes an ideal gift.
Most serious bodybuilders spend a lot of money on supplements including vitamins and performance supplements, which all adds up, so why not splash out on some from a respected sports nutrition brand.
Most bodybuilders like to listen to music when they train, but trailing cables can get caught in barbells so a pair of wireless headphones will help to prevent the annoyance of headphones being pulled out of ears after getting caught in equipment.
As a bodybuilder drinking regular protein shakes, you can never have too many drink bottles around the place so a set of drink bottles makes a thoughtful gift as they will never run out even if they haven’t done the washing up that day!
Using wrist straps makes it a lot easier for bodybuilders to hold heavy weights for long periods of time, particularly when doing pull exercises. Quality wrist straps provide comfort when wrapped around the bar.
A full-length mirror will enable the bodybuilder in your life to assess their physique to see where improvements can be made. If they are competitive they can practice their flexes and poses in front of it too.
A Motivational Coach
Hire a coach to work with your bodybuilder to motivate and guide them to achieve their dietary or physique goals. It could be an online coach or a couple of face-to-face sessions but it could you’re your bodybuilder the inspiration they’ve been looking for.
These are great for helping to prevent injury by giving support and keeping the joints warm so make sure you get the right size to fit your bodybuilder and help to enhance their workout.
Resistance bands can really support your powerlifter to reach the next level as well as being useful tools for rehab exercising. They are definitely a gift the bodybuilder in your family will thank you for.
All powerlifters need a chalk to help stop the bars slipping and to soak up a sweat so chalk is a great gift which they can never do without.
Everyone loves receiving socks for a present, right? These are really good for bodybuilders who like to wear shorts to deadlift as they stop the bar from rubbing against their shins.
All bodybuilders need to recover and deal with the knots and muscle problems which can occur so why not book them a session with a specialist massage therapist.
Hopefully, this list of gift ideas will mean that you will never run out of things to buy for the bodybuilder or powerlifter in your life again! From accessories to make their work-out a little easier, to items to help them with their nutrition, all of these gifts are guaranteed to show your bodybuilder how much you care.
None of them break the bank and they are all small enough to wrap up and hide away until the big day so whether you are buying for a beginner or a professional competitive bodybuilder there is certain to be something for everyone in this list. The hardest thing will be deciding which item not to buy them for their birthday!
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