Christmas wishlist part one

With christmas just around the corner, I’ve come up with a short lists of possible christmas wishes, since I’ve always had problems finding something to wish for myself.

In the first part of this short series, I’ll focus on reasonably priced training gear, that can make a difference. Small, simple things that’s usable for everyone.

1. Fat Gripz: simple and easy fatbar-in-a-gym-bag solution, this is a great way to work your grip and forearms a bit more during pulling movements. They’re also great for taking some stress off the wrists and elbows for pressing movements.

2. Gymboss Interval Timer: If you’re anything like me, you’ll occasionally end up taking way too long between sets. Using a GymBoss to time your rests will keep you honest and let you compare your training days on an equal basis.

3. The Grid Foam Roller: Really shouldn’t need an introduction by now. The hollow design is great for saving space and transporting booze home from holidays.

4. Thera Cane: The Thera Cane is a great self-massaging tool, just like the foam roller. I’ve written a review of the Thera Cane some months ago.

5. Resistance band loops: Though they appear a bit “fitnessy” at first glance, these are great for working hip abduction, something that’s hard to do. They can be used to warm up for lower body workouts and to strengthen the area in general. A great addition to a gym bag.

So there you have it, five small things that can make a big difference. Best part is – they’re affordable too.

Have a great day. <3

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