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Experts / December 2017
Maureen Quirk, Global Newsroom

This Is What Your Trainer Actually Wants for the Holidays

This time of year, holiday shopping is considered an endurance exercise.  

You powerwalked the mall to find that perfectly scented candle for your mom, and you already have a card and cash lined up for your dog walker.

But what about your trainer? 

We went straight to the source and asked trainers from the hottest workout classes, including CrossFit, Flywheel, Barry’s Bootcamp and Everybody Fights, what’s on their wish list this winter. 

Whether you opt for a personal trainer or are a studio class loyalist, you have your trainer to thank for how great you looked at the office holiday party. And, they’re the same person you’ll be running to (literally) when January 1 rolls around. 

So, aren’t they as deserving of a holiday gift as the doorman you already purchased a mug for?

We think so! 

If the lifestyle of this uber-fit individual has you second guessing whether a cliché bottle of wine is or is not appropriate for a health nut, fear not.

Check out the video above to hear what they had to say. Their answers may surprise you!

Are you a trainer? Tweet @Reebok to let us know what gift would make your day.

Experts / December 2017
Maureen Quirk, Global Newsroom