These fitness finds will keep your active friends on the go all year long
This Go Fit extreme sports massager provides a DIY sports massage for sore muscles on the go ($45, MEC, 400 King West, 416-340-2667, mec.ca).
The You’re Awesome yoga kit includes an antibacterial mat spray, a transition mist to glide you into a meditative state and a peppermint halo headache remedy roll-on. Even the packaging is made from recycled yoga mats ($22.95, Saje, 399 Queen West, 416-340-7494, and others, saje.ca).
These flexible Baendit sunglasses are lightweight and impact-resistant. Basically, they can take whatever you throw at them, then effortlessly twist around your arm or handlebar when you don’t need them ($119 USD, baendit.com).
Keep those precious feet in good fighting shape with the Micro Pedi that uses a micro-mineral roller and spins 360 degrees, 30 times per second, to rid you of rough skin ($49.99, Shoppers Drug Mart, 69 Yonge, 416-364-1948, and others, micropedi.ca).
Classes aren’t cheap at Studio Lagree (which uses unique reformer machines to whip you into shape), but they’re totally worth the splurge ($145 for five classes, 788 King West, 416-901-4788, and other, studiolagree.com).
These 100 per cent natural, locally made cream deodorant pots make perfect stocking stuffers and keep you smelling oh so fresh ($15, lovefresh.com).
Use this locally manufactured energy molecule from Fountain to provide long-lasting energy through a mix of creatine, vitamin B12 and hyaluronic acid ($24, fountain.co).
Keep you pooch warm on long walks with a cute doggie sweater ($45, worldofangus.com).
Go from the gym to your office with the help of local brand Consonant‘s gym and travel essentials kit, which includes face cream, body wash, body lotion, hand cream and lip conditioner in an organic cotton bag ($75, 2479 Yonge, 416-925-2855, and other, consonantskincare.com).