The Ultimate Gift Guide For Your Health-Conscious Father Figure

Father’s Day, hey? Nothing but a Hallmark Holiday invented by the illuminati to sell socks and jocks, right? Well, you clicked on this article, so clearly you hold some flicker of admirations for the father figure in your life, whether it be your dad or daddy.

One bi-product of this whole ‘pandemic’ situation, is that health is well and truly still top of mind for most, and so adding a few health-centric items to your shopping list will be very well received by the ole man.

We’ve rounded up a list of fitness, health and wellbeing gifts for all budgets, all levels of fitness, and for the men in your life who aren’t afraid of a little mental sweat. There are gifts on here for even the most seasoned fitness-fanatic, so with the short while until Father’s Day rolls around again, do your shopping directly from this page. Kick back, let the deliveries roll in, and worry about wrapping the morning of September 4th. Or don’t (Dad’s don’t really mind).


I’ve always enjoyed using a Theragun when the opportunity arose, but have never owned one myself. The reason? They. Are. Expensive. Finally Theragun have released another model with a more realistic price tag that still does the job!

For those that haven’t felt the ‘pleasure’ of a Theragun, give this smaller version of the self massager to your significant other… a selfless way of gifting yourself one. You won’t regret it, although your muscles might.



This is a mag for real men who are comfortable in their own skin – guys who aren’t afraid to have a real look at themselves every now and then and who like to achieve potential.

We have some inside knowledge on the next few issues, and a subscription is going to be a HUGE hit with the old man. Plus, it’s a monthly reminder that you’re the greatest child a father could hope for.

$89 for 12 months


Tap into dozens of workouts. Track all the ways you move. Advance your goals with Apple Fitness+. Apple Watch Series 7 gives it everything. And thanks to the larger display, you’ll see all your progress and metrics more quickly and clearly, in and out of the water. Squat, spin, stride, you name it — Apple Watch has a workout for it. There’s even Tai Chi and Pilates to get your endorphins going. The starting line is on your wrist.

Another upside? A range of easily interchangeable wrist bands are sold separately, meaning that you have birthday, Christmas, and Father’s Day gifts sorted for years to come.

From $599


Music during a workout is a non-negotiable, and headphones have their limitations, especially when going hard or working out with others. The Sonos Move eliminates most of the issues associated with gym, home gym, or even living room workouts; it’s voice activated so you don’t need to interrupt your workout by looking at your phone to change the track, it has an 11 hour battery life, and it was heat tested inside industrial ovens, so the Aussie summer heat will be no match. Portable, weather resistant, and fully wifi and bluetooth enabled… it’s the perfect addition to the home gym set up.



Unit Nine is a fresh Australian brand that is shaking up the everyday sports accessories market by creating high quality, fun, unique and sweat inducing sports gear, including yoga mats, skipping ropes and most importantly… boxing gloves. With the shitshow of the early 2020’s nearing an end, a pair of gloves are the ideal partner to use in one of your stress releasing boxing sessions. These puppies are vegan, hand made from engineered leather and have a large velcro wrist closure for a secure fit.



Lineate is as fresh as it can get, founded in 2022, by long time friends Lee Elliott and Eugene Loane in Melbourne, Australia. It’s activewear and athleisure clothing to make people them feel comfortable and confident in what they are wearing all day, every day.

From sweat drenched morning workouts to Sunday afternoon drinks with mates, their mission is to make you look as good as you feel and change the narrative that men don’t care about what they wear when they are working out or living their lives. And they’ve nailed it. Hook dad up with some trackies or gear to keep up with his hardest workouts.


Combining ancient wisdom and his own rich experiences in the ashram, Jay Shetty reveals how to overcome negative thoughts and habits, and access the calm and purpose that lie within all of us. He transforms abstract lessons into advice and exercises we can all apply to reduce stress, improve relationships, and give the gifts we find in ourselves to the world. Shetty proves that everyone can—and should—think like a monk. Basically, it’s the perfect antidote to the Fox News cycle your dad is hooked on.



We are blessed to live in an era where our dads no longer have to wear ‘dad shoes’. These pics from Under Armour look the goods, but feel the goodsier. The unique material of the UA Clone upper adapts to your foot’s shape and movements for a more precise fit. It also helps keep your foot centered, making sure you get the most out of the soft, responsive UA HOVR™ cushioning. AKA you won’t hear dad complaining!



American philosopher, Henry David Thoreau once said, “It is what a man thinks of himself that really determines his fate”. At MISTR, they are devoted to helping men feel sleek, fresh, and confident in their own skin. At MISTR your old man can find specially curated men’s grooming products and packs, with luxurious face masks, facial moisturisers, natural deodorants, fine fragrances, and decadent massage oils, each chosen for their luxurious formulations, sleek packaging, and ability to meet our high standards.

It’s an Australian-curated range of men’s grooming products and personal care and a MISTR Gift Card is appropriate for every occasion and every man on your list. Redeemable online only, your recipient will be able to shop the best in men’s grooming and personal care.



Healthy dads spring from healthy minds, and there are shortcuts you can take to boosting your dad’s serotonin. According to a study in the Journal of Coastal Zone Management, those who live in houses with ocean views felt calmer than their inland counterparts. This is largely due an influx in the colour blue, a psychologically calming colour, also linked with boost in creativity according to another study published in the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s journal. However we’re not suggesting hooking dad up with a beach house. Instead, bring the coast to him with a professionally shot print. Choose from three mini prints, each placed in a Country Road frame (white, natural or black) with a mat board, gift wrapped and shipped FREE. Boom, relaxation on demand.