From workout gear to cookbooks and gadgets, anyone who aspires to a healthy lifestyle will appreciate these gifts. I’ve included my favorite leggings, clean non-stick cookware (commercial grade, made in Denmark), and the food delivery service and ProLon Diet Kit that have made 2019 my healthiest year in decades. Gwyneth Paltrow is known for introducing new approaches to self-care and wellness, so wouldn’t the ultimate gift for the health-obsessed be a ticket to a 2020 in goop Health Summit?
Sun Basket Subscription, Boucle Puffer Jacket, Theragun, Kitchen Matters by Pamela Salzman (preorder Salzman’s new book here), Dr. Barbara Sturm Body Brush, Supernova Aromatherapy Diffuser, The Longevity Diet, ProLon Five Day Kit, Set of ScanPan CS+ Skillets, Yeti Rambler, Uniqlo Heattech Leg Warmers, Vitamix Blender
I have an older version of Lululemon’s Pack It Down Puffer in both black and olive green. It’s a fantastic piece that takes me from the gym to the streets in style. Plus it compresses into a small bag, which is why I almost always pack one for cool weather trips.
Stocking Stuffer ideas? Dr. Barbara Sturm Hydrating Facial Mist is fantastic post workout or any time of the day for a refreshing boost. Or how about a set of stretch jersey thongs that are perfect under leggings or a new body brush?
Give easy, stylish loungewear from Barefoot Dreams (like this pale gray pullover) for relaxing days at home. Velour is back in a big way and at $48, this top won’t be around for long. A pair of sheepskin lined Birks (love the nude too!) and a weighted blanket would be greatly appreciated for relaxing days at home. I also love the cult favorite Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf now available in cashmere.
Any type of gear that is functional, comfortable and takes my workout look from gym to errands is a win-win. This chic boucle jacket (love!) or belted slim puffer is super chic with my favorite leggings. Uniqlo’s Heattech Leg Warmers (under $10!) might be the best gift yet.
The information and opinions expressed are my own. I am not a healthcare professional and you should always consult your physician, doctor, or healthcare provider before beginning any weight loss, nutrition or exercise program.
Source: Lachlan Bailey for WSJ.Magazine