5 Best Fitness Gifts for Under $100

With the holidays right around the corner it’s difficult to know what to buy when it comes to getting started in a fitness regimen. We’ve compiled a list of some go to pieces of equipment to get you started.


  • The number of exercises you can do with a KB is limitless. 
  • Durable and easy to take with you on the go
  • If you could get two items on this list I would pick the KB twice


  • An advanced piece of equipment but easily modifiable for all skill levels
  • This can spice up a pushup, dip, pull up, toes to rings, and muscle ups for the advanced athletes. 
  • The rings can also be great for holds and ring rows for beginners
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Slam ball or Med Ball

  • Versatility is the name of the game with a slam ball or med ball
  • You can do a ton of movements with this piece of equipment
  • Most of these movements are basic and don’t require a huge warm up. So you can save time and get your HR up quickly.
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  • The value with bands in regard to the amount of stuff you can do with them is crazy
  • If you already have a weight set, bands can be used for accommodating resistance work 
  • They can be used for a ton of assistance work and stretching too. Limitless!
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Jump Rope 

  • Probably the most straightforward piece on the list.
  • But, a lot of people don’t have a jump rope and it can provide a great stimulus for everyone
  • Need some more conditioning or coordination? Get a jump rope
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Special mention not on the list: weighted vest, mace, Indian clubs, dumbbells, sled, and lots or other great pieces for your home gym. 

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