Give the gift of fabulous, post-workout locks: a six-pack of gift cards to the blowout haven Drybar (Bethesda and Georgetown), $225.
Newton sneakers have a minimal heel-to-toe drop to support a natural running motion, $150 to $175 at Tri360 (2121 N. Westmoreland St., Arlington; 703-533-1363).
Elemis Musclease Active Body Oil soothes muscles, $60 at Nordstrom.
Eight-pack of R. Nichols stationery, $16 at Ginger (7114 Bethesda La., Bethesda; 301-664-9242.)
From ciabatta pizzas to chicken fajitas, the recipes in Fresh & Easy are exactly that, $45 at M29 Lifestyle (2800 Pennsylvania Ave., NW; 202-295-2829).
Stretch tight muscles with a Grid foam roller, $40 to $64.99 at Potomac River Running and Tri360 (2121 N. Westmoreland St., Arlington; 703-533-1363).
Organic cold-pressed Sweetpress juices, $6 each at Sweetgreen.
The fold-over mitten flap on the Saucony Ulti-Mitt is wind- and water-resistant, $50 at City Sports.
BKR glass water bottle with silicon sleeve, $28 at mybkr.com.
Yes to Cucumbers travel-size facial towelettes, $3 at 3floz.com.
The Garmin Forerunner 10 GPS watch keeps track of time, distance, and target pace, $129.99 at Transition Triathlon (222 S. King St., Leesburg; 571-291-3051).
A pack of one-ounce bottles of beauty essentials from Malin & Goetz, $30 at Nectar Skin Bar (1633 Wisconsin Ave., NW; 202-333-4332).
Reflective trim and a ponytail holder make this CS by City Sports hoodie a good option for early-morning runs, $65 at City Sports.
Hair elastics that won’t leave a dent, starting at $7 for a pack of five at Mane Message.