Whether he’s a gym newbie or a die-hard fitness guy, Dad is going to love receiving a Father’s Day gift that supports his hobby. Choose between practical items he can use every day or little splurges to help him relax. Look for gifts that are appropriate for the guy who enjoys physical challenges and staying fit.
Fitness Guy Gifts: Comfy Relaxing Clothes
Buy Dad a terry cloth, cool down robe that he can sport after his workout and shower. Look for a luxurious, Turkish cotton coverup with a loose shawn collar. Personalize the gift by having his name embroidered on the front pocket. If you aren’t sure of his size, opt for a larger size. It should be loose and roomy because the body can swell after an intense workout. You could also surprise him with a pair of velour slippers. You should choose slippers that have weatherproof outsoles in case he steps outside with them on.
Father’s Day Workout Gifts
Many guys like listening to music while they workout. Looking for an exceptional gift? Buy him a pair of in-ear headphones with changeable ear tips. This way Dad can get the comfiest fit possible. Good headphones can be easily cleaned. If your father likes tidying up at the gym after a shower, buy him a toiletry bang he can hang from the shower door. These specialty bags have waterproof pockets that you can remove for easy access. The bag should also have zippered pockets that hold a razor and any other small items he may want to bring.
Pamper the Fitness Guy
Stuff a basket with aromatherapy goodies like scented massagers, scrub brushes, a loofah and a manicure kit. Good natural scents for men are sandalwood, cedar and vanilla. Dad will love masculine shower gels, lotions and soaps! Scented body oils and sunless tanning kits are good items to include. You could also include bags of healthy snacks like nuts, granola bars and trail mix. Stuff a few energy drinks in the basket and wrap it all with cellophane and a blue bow.
Personalize every gift with a greeting card that includes a note. Let Dad know how much you care and don’t forget to write, “Happy Father’s Day!”