The Fit List: Boost health during festive season with wellness buys

Get a head start on your 2023 fitness goals (Picture: Getty/

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With Christmas and 2023 fast approaching, one of your goals next year may be to take better care of your body and mind.

But, instead of waiting until January, you can get a head start by improving your fitness and wellbeing now.

If you’re looking for a few different ways to get moving or products to boost your energy levels during the festive season, then we’ve got some suggestions.

Here are the best fitness and wellness buys right now.

Kymia infrared fitness clothing

Keep warm with infrared (Picture: Kymira)

Kymira is a wearable infrared fitness clothing brand. Its high-tech products absorb your body heat, transform it into infrared energy and transmit it back to you. They can help with performance and recovery. There are leggings, fleeces and more.

Buy this Recharge Recovery T-shirt for £60 from Kymira

The Viking fitness method

Icelandic personal trainer Svava Sigbertsdottir (Picture: Supplied)

Kickstart your January fitness regime with a little help from Svava Sigbertsdottir, left. The founder of The Viking Method has launched two new regimes – The 30 Day Challenge (suitable for beginners) and The 4 Week Weight Loss programme (intermediate level).

Buy from £34.99, from The Viking Method

Hydrow Wave rowing machine

If you’re looking for a piece of home fitness kit but worried about space and cost, the Hydrow Wave is 30 per cent smaller, 30 per cent lighter and £350 cheaper than the original Hydrow rower. It mimics the feel of rowing on the water and comes with a 16” screen and 4,000-plus workouts.

Cheaper, lighter, smaller (Picture: Supplied)

Buy from £1,395, from Hydrow

Festive Mince Pie protein balls

Up your protein (Picture: Supplied)

These limited-edition Festive Mince Pie treats from The Protein Ball Co are high in plant protein and fibre and with no added sugar, they promise to cure sweet cravings thanks to cinnamon spice, juicy dates and crunchy almonds.

Buy for £17.99 (ten packs) from The Protein Ball Co

Dumbbell bathbombs

Helps you recover after a tough day (Picture: Supplied)

The ultimate gift for fitness lovers, the Christmas Buffbox contains five handmade bathbombs in the shape of dumbbells. Designed to aid recovery, the set includes a limited edition Hangover Cure bomb boasting grapefruit, ginger, lemongrass and peppermint.

Buy for £30 from Buffbombs

Yeti & The Fox’s hangover prevention

Stave off the hangovers (Picture: Supplied)

Yeti & The Fox’s Good Night is a hangover prevention product where you take capsules at different points of the evening to help ward off the effects the next day. Contains glutathione, which helps combat oxidative stress.

Buy for £12.99 (pack of three) from Yeti & The Fox

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