Stuck for a Christmas present idea? Why not consider gym vouchers. They have a broad appeal and can be personalised for that individual touch.
Christmas is upon us. However much you may love it, there's no getting away from the fact that, for many of us, 'tis the season of over-indulgence, rampant consumerism, and preparing to greet the new year a pound or two heavier. It's also a time of frantic present-buying, trying to find the perfect something for the loved ones in your life.
Happily, these two issues can both be addressed with gym vouchers. They're the perfect antidote to the sloth that sets in as festivities progress. They show that you really care about someone. They suit a wide range of people. They tap into the increasingly popular trend of giving people experiences rather than things as gifts. And you easily add finishing touches that make them a truly personal gift. Consider these variations:
“You Can Do It!” Gym vouchers
Know someone who's been meaning to get fit for ages but just can't seem to get motivated to get out there and get started? Give them a friendly and supportive metaphorical kick up the backside with a gym voucher!
“Try Something New” Gym vouchers
Give a regular gym-goer stuck in a rut the opportunity to try something new. With so many specialist gyms out there, you're spoilt for choice. So what will it be – a session at a boxing gym? The chance to try out a new exercise class? An appointment with a personal trainer? Here's your chance to get creative!
“Pampering Time” Gym vouchers
Going to the gym doesn't have to be all sweat and hard work! Many gyms now sell themselves as much as a haven for some me-time as a place to get fit. Choose a gym or a health club with a sauna, jaccuzzi and a steam room, preferably offering health and beauty treatments like massages, manicures and facials, and treat yourself and a friend to some quality relaxation!
Many gyms now offer flexible pay-as-you-go rates. These gyms are ideal for gym vouchers, as you don't have to commit yourself to any extended period of membership. You can give someone anything from a single session's workout to a six-month gym pass that will allow them to attend whenever they like.