Looking for a gift for a woman who lifts?  I’ve tried a lot of products.  Some I loved.  Some are collecting dust.

Here are my 18 gift suggestions for the woman in your life who lifts!  (Or for you!)

Many of these are items I already have and use.  Others are on my personal “wish list”.

Some are my own products and services – need to include those since it’s my blog, right?

However, none of the other companies are sponsors.  I paid for every product I’ve used.  I also don’t have affiliate links or coupon codes.  If it’s something I’ve used and like, they are on this list.

They are not listed in any particular order, but I have grouped similar items together.

Many photos have links to that product’s website or to Amazon so you can get more information.

Versa Gripps

Lifting straps allow a lifter to work with heavier loads that would otherwise be limited by your grip.  I use Versa Gripps when I do pulling movements like pulldowns or RDLs.

Fractional Weights

These plates are 1.25 pounds each.  Having them allows you to add 2.5 lbs to a bar instead of 5 or 10 pounds.

Inzer Lifting Belt

This company makes nice belts.  I have a lever belt.  They also make buckle models.

New Gym Bag

When I was teaching, I had 2 bags – one for my “getting ready for work” stuff and another backpack to hold all the lifting stuff like the straps, belt, etc.

New Log Book

There are a lot of choices for log books.  I prefer one with a sturdy, laminated cover.  I also use a pen case with an elastic band that wraps around it.

Erasable Pens for Log Book

You might not make mistakes when writing in your log book, but I do.  These FriXion erasable pens are my favorite. 

Fancy Lunch Box

6 Pack Fitness makes lunch boxes that are pretty awesome.  When I started lifting, I wanted one because it seems like all the cool kids had one!

Pressure Cooker

This thing makes food prep so easy!

My Book

It’s on Amazon in paperback or Kindle versions.

Lifting My Spirits Mug

A favorite quote on a coffee mug. 

Wireless Headphones

So useful when lifting!

Tripod for Phone

A tripod or magnetic phone case that can be set up to film a set.  Recording your form is a good idea to check it.  Or you may want to post videos on social media.

Gift Certificate for a Photoshoot

When it’s time for an “after” pic, arrange for it to be done professionally.

New Gym Clothes

Either buy them for get a gift card to her favorite store.

Personal Training or Coaching

Is she ready to take it to the next level?  Or if progress has stalled, she could benefit from some expert guidance.   Click to learn more about my coaching programs.  Email me TammyWhite@LiftingMySpirits.com if you would like to purchase a gift certificate.

Get a Massage Package

Buy her a package of massage sessions.  Lifters will appreciate this more than you know.

Foam Roller Upgrade

Get a nice knobby one.  Yup.  It hurts.  But it’s good.

Nutrition Store Gift Card

I’ve never gotten vitamins as a gift, or a box of protein bars, but I use them.  Maybe it’s not the most extravagant gift, but I’d appreciate it if I got one.  Or more blender bottles.  I love blender bottles.  (Hubby – you could put a gift card INSIDE a blender bottle.smile)

By the end of this course...

you’ll know exactly how much food you need to eat to reach your goals, you’ll have customized macros, a tracker you can continue to use, a plan for staying on track when eating out, and you’ll have a strategy for when and how to adjust your macros over time.

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We are into flexiblility and sustainability!  We talk a lot about science and eating for results.  No food shaming here!
Coach Tammy became an athlete in her 50’s and is passionate about helping other busy adults transform their health.  Each individual has a unique combination of strengths and challenges that have to be used to shape a program that will work.   Science-based principles, flexibility, accountability, and support make all the difference.  If you want to learn more about her online coaching programs, click here.

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