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10 Gifts the fitness dad will love

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Father’s Day is about making Dad happy, and if your father loves fitness, we have the top 10 gifts to give him this Father’s Day. Check out these fun-loving, healthy gifts for Dad that are sure to get him pumped up!

Everlast 9lb Leather Medicine Ball

Everlast 9-Pound Leather Medicine Ball

This medicine ball is an ideal gift for a fitness dad of any age or fitness level. It can be used to build muscle in your arms, legs and core. And with a name like Everlast, you know it's durable. Find it for $38 at Walmart.

BodyFit Calorie Counting Jump Rope

BodyFit Calorie Counting Jump Rope

Jumping rope is one of the most effective cardio exercises out there. Not only will this jump rope keep track of calories burned, it counts jumps too. Dad can also keep track of his fitness goals with the built-in timer and alarm. You can find it for $21 at Sports Authority.

Pure Fun 44” Mini Trampoline

Pure Fun 44” Mini Trampoline

Ideal if your dad wants a low-impact fitness routine, this trampoline is built with sturdy steel legs and a high-quality bouncing surface. The legs also unscrew for easy storage. This is the perfect gift for any fitness dad who wants to amp up his routine without risking his joints. Find it for $100 at Sears.

GoFit Combat Rope

GoFit Combat Rope

Not for the faint of heart, this combat rope means business. If your fitness-conscious dad is ready for a tough workout of strength and endurance, then this is the perfect gift for him this Father’s Day. Get it for $160 at GoFit.

Under Armour Men’s Flex Warm-Up Jacket

Under Armour Men’s Flex Warm-Up Jacket

There’s no rule against looking good while you work out. If you want Dad to be fit and stylish, get him this Flex Warm-Up Jacket by Under Armour. He can wear it before, during or after each workout because it was designed to deliver maximum breathability. It's $50 at Under Armour.

Addidas Men’s adiPURE Training Shoes

Adidas Men’s adiPURE Training Shoes

When we think presents and shoes, this is not exactly the style that comes to mind. But any fitness dad will love these training shoes -- trust us. They are effective in any cross training workout routine, are easy on the joints and allow for full range of motion. Find them for $80 at Adidas.

TIMEX Ironman Personal Trainer Heart Rate Monitor

TIMEX Ironman Personal Trainer Heart Rate Monitor

This is the second-best thing to getting Dad personal training sessions of his own. With this monitor he can easily keep track of calories burned, peak heart rates, activity levels and workout averages, all in an easy-to-read display. Find it for $60 at Bodytronics.

TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 Driver

TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 Driver

Golf is not just relaxation and beers afterward with friends. It can be a great way to get in some low-impact exercise. This is a great driver to buy any golf-enthusiast dad. It has the lightest weight and largest sweetspot of any TaylorMade driver to date, as well as a bigger, deeper clubface that promotes increased distance. It's $170 at Taylor Made.

PHITEN X30 Compression Calf Sleeves

PHITEN X30 Compression Calf Sleeves

These are designed to comfortably fit around any fitness dad’s shins and calves. The quick-drying fabric keeps him cool and prevents chafing, which is really the worst part of exercising. Keep Dad looking good and comfortable with these calf sleeves. Available for $36 at Phiten.

FuelBelt Sprint 10-Ounce Palm Holder

FuelBelt Sprint 10-Ounce Palm Holder

Designed to fit in the palm of his hand, this holder comes with a 10-ounce bottle to keep your fitness-minded dad hydrated during all his runs. There is also a 22-ounce bottle for the longer runs that your dad might take. Get it for $12 at FuelBelt.

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