Yes, you could make a quick run to the store and get dad a new tie or a package of tube socks (does anybody actually wear those anymore?), but why not get him something unique and useful? Act now to get your product shipped in time for the big day (Sunday, June 17, in case you’re wondering). Here are five great ideas for dads who care about fitness.
Simple fact: Most dads love gloves. Look around the garage and you’ll probably notice all kinds of gloves lying around: Waterproof gloves for fixing the sprinklers, thick gloves for digging, warm gloves for shoveling snow, throwaway gloves for painting… Feed dad’s insatiable glove habit with these gel-padded babies that go on and off easy, and have a rubberized, non-slip grip. They’ll take the big guy’s lifting up a notch, and who knows what other uses he’ll find for them!
At less than $15, this is a perfect gift from kid to dad—especially since kids tend to borrow, lose, and break more than their fair share of dad’s earbuds. (“Gee, Dad, I don’t know what happened to your earphones—or charger cables or car keys or baseball hat or…”) Make this a super present by mixing up a workout playlist to keep dad motivated through all those burpees.
Bodybuilding’s own Signature series offers a number of supplement stacks that can give dad the energy and the nutrients he needs to take his fitness up a notch. For lots of fathers, the first step is to shed a few pounds and get to a weight that will start to show off all the muscles he’s working so hard to build. Start there, then see how he likes our stacks for muscle building, workout performance, beginners, and pre- and post-workout.
This is the best of both worlds for the world’s best dad. With its 60/40 cotton and polyester blend, this tee is super comfortable to wear and won’t shrink. What’s more, 100 percent of the proceeds go to Bodybuilding.com’s Lift Life Foundation. Lift Life designs and builds weight rooms filled with new fitness equipment for underfunded schools. To date, the foundation has built and equipped—for free—weight-training rooms in four high schools across the United States, each at a cost of more than $250,000.
Most dads are way too busy to put together their own workout plan, not to mention assembling a good diet to follow and tasty recipes to keep him on his program. Bodybuilding.com’s All Access opens a door to a world of workout plans, each with their own dietary components. For a modest monthly sum, keep Dad connected to this incredible resource.