Buying gifts can be hard, no matter how well you know the person. If you know at least that they workout or enjoy training then you can narrow your gift search down some.

Here are a few stocking stuffer ideas that won't break the bank since most of them are under $25, but all less than $50. All these gift ideas can fit in a traditional stocking.

On-The-Go Gift Ideas

These gift ideas are good for folks that may travel a lot since these pieces of equipment can be easily stuffed in a carry on or bag.

  1. 1.75" Strength Band - Only $29 - This size band is a good choice for pull up training.  This band is also a good size for general use and for adding resistance to people from 140 to 200 pounds for body movements.
  2. Mini Strength Band - $4 Each - Mini Bands are a perfect addition to any gym and are a great tool for warm-ups, mobility exercises, and rehabilitation of ankles and knees.
  3. 0.5" Strength Band - Only $15 - This size band is primarily used for adding resistance to stretching exercises but can also be used for a light workout.

Speed Rope Gift Ideas

Speed ropes are some of the simplest tools that we use for conditioning. Also, great for those that travel quite a bit or for someone with not a lot of space.

  1. Speed Rope - Only $29 - This jump rope comes in a 3 different colors and includes two different cable rope options.
  2. Cable Speed Rope - Only $10 - This jump rope comes in a variety of colors and can be easily adjusted.

Weightlifting Gift Ideas

These gift ideas are good for athletes that do any weightlifting.

  1. Fractional Iron Weights - $18 - 19 for a pair depending on weight - Our iron weights are available up to 45lb pairs, but you can also get the smaller fractional plates. We have 1.25lb and 2.5lb pairs. Don't worry, you won't offend the lifter in your life by giving them these smaller plates. These smaller weights are great for adding incremental weight without making a big jump.
  2. Plastic Mini Kettlebell - $15 - They can't really workout with this little guy, it's just a cute paper weight if anything :)
  3. Superstrap Barbell Collars - $28 for a Pair - Adjustable strap fits virtually all barbells- from Olympic barbells to strongman barbells, and beyond!

Mobility Gift Ideas

These gift ideas are good for almost any athlete since these are not sport specific. Mobility is an important aspect for any person's training regime.

  1. Lacrosse Ball - $6 each - This little guy can reach all the nooks that a foam roller can't reach and feels good on any achy muscles.
  2. Compression Wraps - 2 for $24 - This is also known to some as "Voodoo Floss" can speed up your recovery by allowing you to go through a greater range of motion in mobility exercises.
  3. Double Lacrosse Ball - $20 - Stiff back or neck? The double balls are the perfect firmness to use on your neck, shoulder, and back.
  4. Muscle Roller Stick - $35 - Our muscle roller stick works swell for massage therapy, helping with recovery and to avoid injury.
  5. Plastic Mini Kettlebell - $15 - This little guy doesn't really do much for their training, it's just a cute little paper weight or knick knack.

General Small Gift Ideas

These gift ideas are good for most any athlete. Some of these may look familiar from the previous gift ideas because they can be used by most any athlete.

  1. Compression Wraps - $16 - $18 for a Single - These wraps are a great addition to any gym bag for pre or post workout mobility exercises.
  2. Gymnastic Grips - $20 for a Pair - These gym grips are perfect for high-rep workouts incorporating pull-ups, toes-to-bar, and other hand damaging WODs.
  3. Muscle Roller Stick - $35 - Our muscle roller stick works swell for massage therapy, helping with recovery and to avoid injury.
  4. Mini Resistance Bands - $4 Each
  5. Fractional Iron Weights - $18 - 19 for a pair depending on weight - Our iron weights are available up to 45lb pairs, but you can also get the smaller fractional plates. We have 1.25lb and 2.5lb pairs. Don't worry, you won't offend the lifter in your life by giving them these smaller plates. These smaller weights are great for adding incremental weight without making a big jump.


Susie Sebastian
Susie Sebastian

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Susie is the Digital Marketing Specialist here at FringeSport. She's a web nerd and loves being a part of the FringeSport team!