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5 Reasons why Crossrope is the Best Gift Idea This Holiday Season

If you’re anything like me, you often dread (and significantly procrastinate) buying Christmas presents. Not because you’re a Scrooge, but because you care about getting the right gifts.

The last thing you want is to do is buy someone you care about a gift that carries high-risk potential of falling into the ever-growing stockpile of “that was nice for a few minutes.”

Well, I’ve got some good news for you my fellow conscientious gift-buyer.

You can go ahead and stop Googling “The Perfect Gift in 2015” because I’m about to give you 5 reasons why Crossrope is the best gift you can give this holiday season.

1. It’s a gift of health and fitness (that works)

There’s no better gift than the gift of better health, right?

I mean what better way to show someone you care than to give them a gift that says…

“Hey, I want to see you around a little longer.”

If you have a friend or family member who’s serious about improving their health and fitness in 2016, the Crossrope training system will be exactly what they’ll want to see wrapped around the Christmas tree (see #4).

So give the gift of health and keep your loved ones around a little longer.

2. It’s exceptionally unique

Do you want to be guilty of giving the same gift you gave last year?

I assume not.

Books, clothes, and gift cards are lame and won’t get you noticed.

So why not try something different?

If you really want to stand out from the crowd this holiday season (and possibly walk away with the “best gift giver” award), then the Crossrope training system will separate you from the rest.

You’ll be handing over one of most unique training systems on the planet and in return…

…you’ll have some bragging rights to take home with you.

3. It can be shared among training partners (and friends)

The best gifts can be shared…

…kind of like that single Netflix account that gets miraculously used by ALL of your family and friends.

The beautiful thing about the Crossrope training system is that it can easily be shared.

With two types of interchangeable handles and a wide range of weighted ropes, this training system has the power to bring people together to achieve and endless number of fitness goals.

Crossrope Burn Set

So go ahead. Give the gift of sharing and see what happens. You might even get invited to a workout party!

4. It fits beautifully under the tree

Standard gift boxes are boring.

The potential for finding a new sweater inside them is way too high.

With the Crossrope system, endless possibilities for gift presentation await you!

Go ahead and take up as much (or as little) space as you want. Create a hilarious “Christmas Snake” or drape the rope on the tree like garland. Then have people try to guess what it is.

The opportunities are only limited by your creativity and sense of humor.

And we most definitely encourage you to share your wrapped up Crossrope sets on our Facebook page!

5. It’s too much fun to pass up on

Workouts shouldn’t be laborious.

To be effective,  there needs to be some element of fun to them or else there’s no point.

I mean, since when did “moving around” and “being active” become a chore?

If you want to give the gift of fun, Crossrope is the perfect gift idea. Not only will it offer your friends and family incredible fitness benefits, but it will give them a chance to reminisce about the days of hopscotch and Skip-It.

Don’t worry if you don’t know what those are.

Give the gift of fun this holiday season and show your loved ones what it’s like to be a kid again (just a really, really fit kid).

So, there you have it – 5 simple reasons to give the gift of Crossrope this holiday season!

Let’s just say that if Santa used a Crossrope, he would slide down the chimney with ease 🙂

Oh and if you’d like to get your shopping done early, grab your Crossrope combo set here and we’ll get it out to you just in nick of time!

Happy shopping and have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

Your turn…

What would you like to see under your Christmas tree this year? Is it a Crossrope? Is it something else? We’d love to hear your ideas in the comment section below!

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