10 gift ideas to keep every sweaty body that you love moving and motivated

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If golf balls and yoga mats are a bit too predictable for the CrossFitter or barre lover in your life, fear not.

We’ve got 10 gift ideas to keep every sweaty body that you love moving and motivated.

Stocking stuffers

Exo Protein Bars ($36 for 12 at exoprotein.com). The latest ‘it’ bars are gluten-, soy- and dairy-free, and offer 10 grams of protein per bar from cricket flour. Yep, as in insects. The company says crickets are full of zinc, iron and calcium to help power you through a spin class.

Tracy Anderson TAva DVD ($13 at Target). Celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson’s newest DVD feels more like a dance party than a workout. The booty shaking routine was inspired by her sessions training Jennifer Lopez.

Cross trainers/runners

Jabra Elite Sport Earbuds ($250 at Best Buy). Every hardcore gym rat is looking for one thing: wireless headphones that will stay put despite serious sweat and movement. These will, plus two microphones in each bud help filter out background noise.

Nike LunarEpic Flyknit Shield ($200 at nike.com). Ice, snow and mud are no problem for Nike’s most popular running shoe, which now features a water-repellent bootie to keep feet warm and dry. The cool kicks also have reflective details and multi-surface traction on the sole. For men and women in an array of colors.

Workout newbies

Fitmo ($10–$60 a month at fitmo.com) This app connects users with real personal trainers. Choose your coach from a list of profiles and let them create a personalized diet and workout schedule. Trainers give feedback through messaging and video chats.

Pressed Juicery 3-Day Cleanse ($129 for 18 juices at pressedjuicery.com). Enhance your hard-fought boot-camp progress with these juices that have enough flavor options to satisfy sweet-tooth skeptics and hardened greenies.

Yoga and barre lovers

Ballet Beautiful Ultimate Supermodel Workout ($13 at balletbeautiful.com). Take an online barre class from former New York City Ballet dancer Mary Helen Bowers, who trained Natalie Portman for her Oscar-winning role in “Black Swan.”

Spiritual Gangster Love Is the Answer Savasana Hoodie($78 at spiritualgangster.com). This hip athleisure line is all made in Los Angeles, and will keep her cozy while running from class to class.

Workout recovery

“Taller, Slimmer, Younger: 21 days to a Foam Roller Physique”” ($14 at amazon.com). Learn to improve posture ailed by too much time slumped over the computer. Lauren Roxburgh’s method, which focuses on alignment, is also a great balance to high-intensity workouts.

Moon Juice Power Dust ($30 at moonjuiceshop.com). Gwyneth Paltrow puts this dust in her daily protein shakes. It includes Chinese herbs that the company says help reduce inflammation and enhance muscle recovery.