Give Dad the gift of health this Father's Day.
Dads are notoriously difficult to find gifts for. Somehow they end up buying the thing they want right before Father's Day, their birthdays, or Christmas. Since finding the perfect gift is a struggle, I thought I would jot down a few ideas to promote Dad's health this year. Not in the, "here's some mouthwash," kind of way that feels more like a backhanded compliment. But in a, "I want to encourage you in the ways that make you feel good," sort of way. Below are a few ideas to gift him this Dad's Day.
This basket can cook meat, veggies, potatoes, and more without running the risk of anything falling through the grill's grates. He can enjoy that rich, crispy, barbecue flavor for more than just the meat he cooks, which will encourage him to eat more veggies!
You don't have to reinvent the wheel to create an exquisite new flavor for dinner. All you need is a different seasoning blend. Give dad a set of different rubs for chicken, steak, or pork. They are easy to use, don't require a lot of prep time, and can pull flavors from all over the world.
Dad can take this portable grill with him and cook everyone some burgers and dogs for beach bonfires, pool days, camping trips, tailgating events, or evenings in the park. It's light, easy to transport, and requires little-to-no instruction reading for set-up.
Give dad a step counter watch that can tell him how active he is. He might call you after his morning runs to brag about how many steps he took, miles he walked, and flights of stairs he climbed. Or at the end of the day when he beats yesterday's steps. Nothing like a little self competition to get his heart rate up and his walking shoes on.
He will love these bluetooth headphones that pair to his phone and play music while he power-walks, runs on the treadmill, or lifts weights. He can also take or make calls with these sweat-proof headphones, so he won't have to feel separate or far away from the family.
Baseball, football, soccer, basketball. Whatever sport and whatever team your dad affiliates himself with, there is a jersey for him. Go a little extra and get one for yourself too! That way, you can match and join in on game day.