A great gift for kids, teens, or the whole family is XBOX Kinect or Wii games. Now, most people think video games and automatically think couch potatoes. Not anymore. We have both systems and you should see us play some of these games. They're great to burn off some energy when we're cooped up during a Colorado snow storm! There is something for every member of the family and you can find them at a Target, Walmart, etc.
|I have this for the XBOX 360 and LOVE it!|
|If they already have an XBOX 360, but not a Kinect. My little brother had to come upstairs and take a break from playing these games. He was too winded. Great set.|
A great fit gift for kids is a sled! You can pick them up most anywhere and they provide hours of winter activity. Where it snows, obviously.
If you have a runner in the family I highly suggest a heart rate watch that tracks distance and pace. Or a GPS watch. They'll love you forever! You can pick one up at any sporting goods store, like Dicks, or even Sears and Target carry some.
|I have this one (in bright orange) and love it!|
|I don't have one of these, but have drooled over them for a while.|
An ipod is a great gift for anyone in the family. There's so many to choose from. From this:
|Another item I've drooled over for some time. They come in different sizes I believe and you can get them at Sears.|
Or some chrome dumbbells. Lots of places carry those and they're awesome.
If your only option is a gift card, there's still plenty of options, lots of places to choose from. itunes gift cards are great. Who couldn't use new songs for their workout playlist? Sporting goods stores, like Dicks or Sports Authority are great too. For the runner in your life get a gift card to a local running store. They'll love it, promise. Locally we have The Colorado Running Company and Boulder Running Company.
Get creative! Last minute does not have to mean cheesy or lame. ;) Happy shopping.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I did receive Family Game Night 4 from the PR company and Zumba for Kinect at fitbloggin. All opinions are (as always) honest and my own.