Gift ideas to keep Dad or a new grad healthy


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June is a busy month for events. Father’s Day is just a few days away. With all of the graduation invitations I have received, it is safe to say that June is graduation season too.
It is also another gift giving season. Rather than going to the grocery store and buying a few gift cards, why not do something unique to help your Dad or new grad stay healthy. Here are a few suggestions for gifts that can help them stay fit and eat healthy all year long.
The Perfect Push Up Mobile could turn out to be an essential tool for your busy Dad. Just like the Original Perfect Push Up, The Perfect Push Up Mobile engages the arms, chest, shoulders, abs and back for a quality workout. Weighing in at only two pounds, The Perfect Push Up Mobile can be used anywhere and anytime. The Perfect Push Up Mobile is the ideal gift for your on the go Dad who also wants to stay in shape.
The Organic Gift Basket offers both healthy and tasty snacks perfect for the new grad going off to college. Every snack in The Organic Gift Basket is quality organic products guaranteed organic by the USDA. The gift basket includes unique organic snacks like Blue Star Crackers, Organic Vanilla Bean with Green Tea Sandwich Cookies, Organic Fruit Candy Drops and many other delicious organic snacks. The Organic Gift Basket would be a useful gift to any new college freshman that wants to elude the notorious freshman fifteen.
The Jack LaLanne Power Juicer is one of the most modern juicer’s on the Market. The Jack LaLanne Power Juicer makes all other juicers seem like a thing of the past. The juicer features a patented extraction technology that gives you 30% more juice that other juicers. The juicer also contains a super sized detachable cup container and a quiet 2,500 RPM induction motor that makes juicing quiet, fast and efficient. The Jack LaLanne Power Juicer is both a healthy and exciting gadget for the high tech Dad. It also would be a great addition to a dorm room.
The Fitter First Pro Wobble Board 16” is a key to improving your Dad or new Grad’s athletic activity. The Fitter First Pro Board 16” is a very challenging balancing exercises that focus’s on improving balance and coordination. Just a few minutes on the balance board a day gives many great results. The board helps improve leg strength and ankle range of motion, upper body and core strength and stability, posture and better balance awareness. The Fitter First Pro Wobble Board 16” may be just what your Dad or New Grad needs to take their coordination to the next level
Wii Fit is a good gift to keep your gaming Dad or Grad Active. The Wii Fit has four main categories; strength training, aerobics, balance games and yoga. The game works by first measuring the user’s body mass index and balance. Then a user can track daily progress with easy to use charts and graphs. With +40 activities your Dad or Grad will never get bored with this game.
What gift ideas do you have to make Dad or grad happy and keep them fit?

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