Fitness Gift Cards Keep Loved Ones on Track in 2013

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With some studies showing that resolutions dwindle from a resolute 75% maintenance through the first week to a less than 50% success rate after six months, fitness gift cards are a great way to help friends and family stay on track and succeed in keeping their fitness goals for 2013.
If they need a better way to add music to their workout or an incentive to eat out less, fitness gift cards are a great way to help them get what they need to motivate them. If they don’t have a gym, a gift card to JCPenney may be the excuse they need to buy a yoga mat or free weights while a Foot Locker gift card can make affording a new pair of running shoes easier on the budget. Get creative and give a Best Buy® gift card to give your recipient the newest workout game or cardio DVDs.
Fitness gift cards are a great way to support your recipient, especially if you live too far away to join them on the morning jog or just want to sleep in. For an even more motivational gift, offer to sponsor them in a race or “fun run.” Training for 5Ks has been a bonding experience for some of us in the office. We’ve walked for diabetes awareness, jogged for pancakes and coffee in the Hotcake Hustle, and are preparing to run for our lives from zombies in an obstacle riddled 5K in June.
Do you have a fitness goal for 2013? wants to help you accomplish your own goals, so after you’ve found the right fitness gift card for your loved ones, head over to Twitter and follow @GiftCardCom. Tell us one of your goals for the year and use the hashtag #giftcards4goals to be entered into a drawing for a $25 gift card. Learn more about Gift Cards for Goals.
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Rebecca Killam
Marketing Associate

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