A woman prepare to train on a Hydrow silent rowing machine in her studio

10 health gadgets to buy fitness fans this Christmas

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Tracking our health has never been easier — every year, new gadgets hit the market promising medical-grade analysis of health, fitness and wellbeing.

Whether the person you’re buying for is a wellness warrior, gym junkie, fitness fanatic or a nutrition nut with a keen interest in gut health, there’s a gadget for every type of health buff you can think of in this health tech gift guide.

A man lying down with his eyes closed uses a Sensate sensory device on his chest to reduce anxiety
Sensate 2
1. Sensate sensory device for stress 

A new wearable device launched in a bid to tackle stress and anxiety, the Sensate 2 is a palm-sized gadget that you place on your chest for a calming effect. The sensory device links with an audio app to play music in sync with vibrations and infrasonic waves that resonate through the body to create an immersive, calming experience. By placing the device on your chest, it’s said to target the vagus nerve in a bid to facilitate relaxation and improve resilience to stress. £227 for the device with the music app free on both iTunes and Google Play.

The FoodMarble AIRE lying next to a selection of food which can cause allergies - red chilli, pasta, garlic and herbs
The FoodMarble AIRE
2. FoodMarble AIRE for optimising gut health

This is a new device that analyses digestive health by your breath. The FoodMarble AIRE (£149) measures the hydrogen levels in a person’s breath, which gives an indication of fermentation in the gut — when food isn’t digested fully, the bacteria in your gut breaks it down and this can be released as hydrogen. The hydrogen is absorbed into your blood before transferring to your breath via your lungs. The measurement of this with the device is then analysed alongside a food diary in the app to indicate which foods are likely to be causing the issue.

A man tries on the Hytro wearable fitness tech in preparation for strength training
The Hytro TechWear
3. Hytro wearable clothing to increase muscle mass

The world-first blood flow restriction-integrated tech is a safe, innovative way to supercharge training sessions. Straps are built into Hytro’s clothing (all £99), which can be tightened around muscles on the upper arms, allowing oxygenated blood to flow into the limbs while limiting the return blood flow in a bid to boost the growth and strength of muscle. The Hytro TechWear range is popular among rugby players, including international sevens player Dan Norton, international rugby league player Josh Charnley and players at Leeds Rhinos and St Helens.

Wearing the Incus Nova Run and Swim wearable tracker, a woman gets ready for her workout
The NOVA Run exercise tracker
4. NOVA exercise tracker for running and swimming

A new wearable exercise tracker was released by Incus in July this year. The NOVA Run is unobtrusive, wireless and uses MARG sensors to track a number of metrics to support training and performances goals. Designed for runners (but also available with swim functionality), it fits into a pocket in the back of your chosen T-shirt and monitors running power, true cadence and take off and impact accelerations on both the left and right legs independently. Run or swim bundles start at £199.99.

A woman massages her neck and back with the MG 180 Beurer Massage Gun
The Beurer MG 180 Massage Gun
5. Beurer MG 180 massage gun to aid recovery

Designed to relieve tension and soreness from exercise, the Beurer MG 180 Massage Gun(£199) even claims to regenerate muscle tissue. It offers a soothing trigger-point massage, with gentle vibration to relieve back, neck and shoulder pain. There are six interchangeable massage heads, each purposefully designed for the various muscle groups and to ensure the whole body can benefit. A choice of four intensity levels makes it comfortable to use even in sensitive areas.

A man tries out the MiHigh at-home infrared sauna blanket on their bed
MiHIGH’s infrared sauna blanket
6. MiHigh infrared sauna blanket for burning calories

Used by the likes of the England rugby team as part of their training and recovery, MiHIGH’s at-home infrared sauna blanket (£399) claims to not only enhance your recovery, but help to burn up to 600 calories in the process. The heat it generates is said to increase blood flow and elevate your heart rate to facilitate this. It also helps reduce muscular soreness by bringing fresh oxygenated blood to your muscles, acting to reduce lactic-acid build-up and eliminate toxins in the process.

A woman wearing a leotard exercises on an Apex smart exercise bike in her home
Apex smart bike
7. Apex smart bike for competitive classes at home

A smart bike featuring hundreds of live and on-demand classes with a leaderboard on the app to give your workouts a competitive edge. There’s a range of classes to choose from with an Apex bike, such as dance-led ones or those with a focus on stamina and fitness. £990 plus £30 per month for the app.

A woman trains in her living room using a VAHA interactive workout mirror with artificial intelligence
VAHA artificial intelligence mirror
8. VAHA artificial intelligence mirror for an at-home personal trainer

VAHA is an interactive workout mirror offering personal training sessions and workout classes. The mirror has sensors to capture your movements as you work out, and its AI gives you instant feedback to help you improve. You can also use Spotify, Firefox, Instagram, Skype, TikTok and Zoom to workout in other ways online or with friends. Test it for 30 days with the basic membership for free, then it’s £1,150.

A woman trains on her Hydrow rowing machine at home
Hydrow silent rowing machine
9. Hydrow silent rowing machine with classes

A rowing machine with an electromagnetic computer-controlled drag mechanism that automatically adjusts up to 240 times per second to capture the exact sensation of rowing on the water, while remaining nearly silent. There are more than 3,000 live and on-demand classes available withy Hydrow including rowing workouts, strength training, yoga, Pilates and more. £2,295 with a £38 monthly subscription.

A bare-footed woman standing on the Marodyne LiV for 10 minutes to reduce osteoporosis
Marodyne LiV
10. Audio Technica headphones for high-energy workouts

No workout is complete without a high-energy, motivational playlist. We’re talking Rihanna, Beyonce and The Pussycat Dolls (trust us on this). These high-performance headphones from Audio Technica are the perfect finishing touch for your workout sessions, with coveted sound engineering that’s consistently praised by professionals. With a comfortable design and three detachable cables for ease of use, simply pop them on and tune out distractions, whether you’re in the gym, on a run or working out at home. Plus, the limited-edition Ice Blue colour is super stylish, too.

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