Are you trying to find the perfect Christmas gift for the CrossFit guru in your life? Whether it’s a family member or a friend, we have the best gifts for 2018. You’re going to love all of these options and are sure to find the best gift for CrossFit fans! If you need a fitness coach in Raleigh NC to keep you in shape during the holiday season, drop in to CrossFit Invoke and get started!
- Purchasing the newest CrossFit trainer shoes will be a great option. One of the best for 2018 are the New Balance Fresh Foam Arishi. They are comfortable, flexible, and light.
- Wireless headphones will be a great gift to give those who love to listen to music while they work out. Traditional headphones require a wire to be attached to an iPod, iPhone, or other device playing music. With wireless earbuds, there won’t be any distractions or potential entanglements with wires. There are several brands that offer waterproof and sweat proof versions with good durability.
- Also for CrossFitters who love listening to music while working out, consider a Bluetooth speaker. These are great for hooking up devices without having to use a wire. Many of them have a Bluetooth range of at least 150 feet. They also come in waterproof and shockproof varieties. Some also have dust proof options for those who plan to leave their speakers in the gym.
There are tons of gift options you can get for the CrossFit guru in your life. Head over to our next post to learn more about the best 2018 CrossFit Christmas gifts.
Holiday Fitness Coach in Raleigh NC
If you’re looking for the best fitness coach in Raleigh NC, call CrossFit Invoke today. We have the best fitness classes in the area that will get you laser focused in on your health goals so you can maximize your gains. We even offer free classes so you can try us out before you commit to a membership.
We have the best Raleigh NC fitness club and we’re a member of the CrossFit HQ Seminar Staff. Invoke’s founders have operated CrossFit seminars all over the south for over five years. All of our coaches and trainers hold a Level 1 Seminar Certificate and many other additional specialty certifications in CrossFit as well as other diverse fitness backgrounds.