17 Gifts For The Person Who Wants To Keep Those New Year's Resolutions (Photos)
There's no doubt about it: Finding the perfect gift for your best friend, boyfriend, dad, sister-in-law, brother's dog — the list goes on — is no easy task.
While not everyone is all about New Year's resolutions, chances are most of the people in your life will be making some kind of goal for 2016 when the clock strikes midnight on December 31.
Intentions aside, only 8 percent of people actually keep their resolutions. That's a pretty dismal number if you ask us.
So whether the people in your life are aiming to lose weight, get more sleep or exercise a little more in the coming year, here are 17 awesome gifts that will help them keep their resolutions.
Outdoor Voices Warmup Leggings, $95
Because how can you skip yoga if your pants are this cute? You can buy them here.
Thrive Market annual subscription, $59.99
You know that sinking feeling you get when you try to buy a jar of almond butter only to find out it costs 20 bucks? Thrive Market makes healthy eating easy and affordable.
If you don't feel like splurging for a subscription, gift cards are available between $5-$500. Check out your options here.
Bobble Insulate water bottle, $29.99
Whether you want to drink an ice cold smoothie you prepared the night before or keep your green tea warm all day long, this bottle will keep your beverage warm for 12 hours or cold for a full 24 hours. You can buy it here.
ADAY Smoke It Up sports bra, $55
This sports bra is just stylish enough to pass as an actual bra and breathable and flexible enough to wear to the gym. You can buy it here.
Pure Barre Flex Series DVDs, $19.95 – $59.95
Barre workouts are all the rage, but between busy schedules and cold weather it can be hard to actually drag yourself to class.
“Year Of Yes” by Shonda Rhimes, $14.83
“Grey's Anatomy” and “Scandal” creator Shonda Rhimes spent a year saying “yes” to every opportunity that came her way. That's some serious inspiration if you ask us. You can buy it here.
Bandier Graffiti Crop Tee, $50
Sweat With Kayla app, free
Australian trainer and Instagram superstar Kayla Itsines is famous for her Bikini Body Guide and ass-kicking 28-minute workouts. The app itself is free and comes with a seven-day free trial. After that, it costs about five dollars a week. Get the details here.
Manduka eKO SuperLite Travel Mat, $40
With a yoga mat that's this easy to pack and transport, it's hard to find an excuse to skip a class. You can buy it here.
Nutribullet Blender, $79.99
A splurge it may be, but when it comes to getting healthy the Nutribullet is a great option. It doesn't take up a lot of space and can blend up a green smoothie in seconds. Doesn't get much better than that, right? You can buy it here.
F*ck Off sleep mask, $14.00
Want to help someone get more sleep this year? Trust us, this mask will do the trick. Check it out here.
Lululemon Down For A Run hat, $48
For anyone who's looking to avoid running because it's too cold outside, Lululemon can fix that. You can buy it here.
Panatea #MATCHAEATS Holiday Pairing, $40
Whether the resolution is to cook more or hop on the green tea trend, it's hard to go wrong with this culinary grade matcha and cookbook combo. You can buy it here.
FitBit Zip Wireless Activity Tracker, $59.95
Less expensive than the classic FitBit, the Zip tracks activity without sacrificing style. You can buy it here.
Lululemon Run Fast Neck Warmer, $28
Yet another answer to cold weather-related running problems. Check out this awesome neck warmer here.
C9 Hand Weights, $3.49 each
Winter is the season of YouTube workouts and at-home weight-lifting. Why not make them colorful? You can buy these free weights here.
ClassPass subscription, prices vary
Available in most major cities, ClassPass gives people the option to try an unlimited amount of workouts at boutique fitness studios for a low price. Find out how much it costs to gift one month of ClassPass in your city here.
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