Father's Day Gift Idea

 

With Father's Day just around the corner, you're probably searching for the perfect gift for Dad. If your Dad is anything like mine then he probably doesn't always eat the healthiest or always have time for a workout because he's always on the go. Eat The Bear supplements are clean and perfect for the active lifestyle. Our bundles are perfect to help keep Dad on track.

If your Dad is already an Eat The Bear fan, here are some other gifts we found. 

Zepp Golf 2

Zepp Golf 2 3D Analyzer measures and instantly gives you an analysis on your golf swing as well as a personalized training program. [149.99 Amazon]

Golf Trunk Organizer

This organizer will provide storage for shoes, balls, spikes, gloves, tees, towels and more. [$45.99]

Lumo Run

Lumo Run clips on to your waistband and tracks the motion of your hips and pelvis. With the information it gathers, you will get real-time coaching to help with the efficiency of your run. [$150 Amazon]

TRX Suspension Training

The TRX suspension training is great for those at home total body workouts. This kit includes the door anchor and complete full body workouts for home or even traveling. [$135.95 Amazon]

Garmin Vivosmart 3

The Garmin Vivosmart 3 is a fitness tracker that measures your daily activity, stress levels and overall health. It will also log strength training reps, monitors sleep and more. [139.99 Amazon]

 WODFitters Gym Duffel Bag

This gym bag is perfect for storing all of your gym needs. Tons of space in the main compartment and even has a shoe pocket on the outside to store gym shoes away from clean clothes and supplements. [$48.99 Amazon]

Beyond Bacon

This Paleo cookbook provides more than a hundred recipes featuring cuts from the whole hog. This book helps show you how to improve your health by focusing on sustainable swine. [$16.90 Amazon]

Craft Beer Jelly

This beer jelly is made in Vermont by Potlicker Kitchen. It comes with four different beer jellies from some of the top breweries in New England. [$37.95 Amazon]



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