Home gyms are the bomb, but they can take up a ton of floor space. And even if you’re in a big place, storage comes at a premium. But don’t worry! We’re here with the ultimate gift guide for all the fit folks in your life.
Here’s a price key to help you figure out what’s best for your buddy’s bod and your budget.
- $ = under $100
- $$ = $100–$300
- $$$ = over $300
This workout is like a box of chocolates — you never know what you’re gonna get. Friends can mix and match 50 bodyweight exercises with this fun card set. It’s also ideal for creating a consistent (but still fun) workout routine. Either way, this gift will keep things spicy.
And it’s literally a deck of cards, so storage isn’t even a thing.
This resistance band set is versatile AF. Each of five latex tube bands has a unique “weight” and a reinforced link — this makes it easier to attach the handles or ankle straps. Portability means the recipient can do a full-body training sesh at home or on the road.
This set also gets brownie points for the drawstring storage bag that keeps everything organized.
Bonus: No setup required. Just customize the length and get jumping.
These dumbbells will save some serious space. Each one can hold 5 to 52.5 pounds (wow!). You can adjust them in 2.5-pound increments, so the whole home team can use them. The set also includes a handy-dandy storage caddy.
This baby’s on our list because it’s a great workout and can fit in most closets. While the description says “squat assist,” you can totes use it for a full cardio routine too. Add resistance bands for a deeper, stronger burn.
We love the convenience and versatility of this foldable weight bench. It features a heavy-duty four-way frame that holds up to 1,000 pounds. Plus, the legs fold, making storage a breeze. It can fit under most beds, behind the couch, or in a closet.
This mini stepper with resistance bands lets you gift a cardio workout that keeps the square footage to a minimum. It’s small enough to use in a home office, bedroom, or garage without eating up floor space.
Cardio boxing, squats, and biceps curls are all possible with the BodyBoss 2.0. The baseplate has a platform that helps you target larger muscle groups, and the resistance bands let you customize the workout to your level. Plus, you can use it outside or pack it up for traveling.
The theme song of the TRX Fit System should be “Push It to the Limit.” It’ll put your buddy’s bod through a hella hard workout using suspension and bodyweight. Once the TRX is anchored to a sturdy spot, the user can get moving with the adjustable straps, handles, stirrups, and 35-page workout guide.
Bonus: The entire set can fit in a drawer or be stuffed in a suitcase.
Perk: It comes with DIY mounting hardware and goes up quickly.
Cubbies are for grown-ups too. This cube organizer can hold dumbbells, kettlebells, resistance bands, towels, and shoes. Gift it alone or with baskets or bins to keep all the workout gear hidden from sight. It comes in three-, four-, six-, and nine-cube configurations.
We love this bench’s sweet industrial vibe — it looks more like decor than gym storage. But it really works too! It can store just about anything. In addition to shoes, your giftee can stock the shelves with kettlebells, dumbbells, yoga mats, a foam roller, or yoga blocks.
Keep in mind: It has a 198-pound weight limit.
“Mirror, mirror, on the wall, help me stay fit and not fall.” This mirror may not show the past or future, but it can keep you fit in the present. Sure, it’s on the spendy side, but the recipient will LOVE it.
The Mirror can be mounted to the wall or lean against the wall in a base. It’s the perfect pairing with yoga, Zumba, weightlifting, or kickboxing.
The Tempo Studio is a BIG splurge, but you’ll go down as literally the best gift giver of all time. The recipient will be getting a complete gym that can fit just about anywhere. It offers a huge range of exercise and lets you do virtual classes remotely. We stan.