Updated: Jun 18
As another Father’s Day approaches, you may be asking yourself “What should I get dad?” While golf balls and a six-pack of beer sound ideal, it's important to think about what he really needs. If your dad is going through a stressful time, he might just need a relaxing vacation or a fun day at the park with his kids! If he has health issues but has trouble prioritizing them, think about getting him something that will encourage him to work on his wellness. If you’re still stuck on what to get him, here are 4 great Father’s Day gift ideas every dad will love!
Take him out on an adventure
The outdoors provides the perfect escape from the mundane daily routine. The unpredictable forces of nature can bring a sense of excitement and can make your dad feel needed, something every dad loves. Letting him guide the way down a mountain hike will give any dad a feeling of pride. Don’t know where to hike? Here are the 50 best hikes in the U.S.
Get him something from his past
Call up your grandparents and ask them what your dad loved when he was younger! Whether it’s a teddy bear or an old baseball card collection, try finding something that reminds him of his childhood. No matter how old or useless the item might seem, the emotional connection he has to the item will make it the perfect gift.
Treat him to a massage
A stressed dad needs to relieve tension. What better way than to get a relaxing massage? Treat him to a spa day filled with calming treatments and massages to give him the zen he needs. But, if your dad isn’t the type to be hanging out at a spa, think about getting him his own massage ball! Our MG10 Vibrating Massage Ball is perfect for a quick tension-relieving massage at home or on the go.
Get him a six-pack
While beer might come to mind, abdominal strength has more long-term benefits and doesn’t harm your dad’s health. After all, core strength protects the lower back muscles from injury and pain, something most dads suffer from. Our Beurer Abdominal Muscle EMS Belt, EM37 helps the regeneration and relaxation of the abdominal muscles, getting your dad closer to that six-pack he’s always secretly wanted.
No matter what gift you get for your dad, make sure he knows how much he means to you. The intention behind a gift is always more important than the gift itself. All that matters is that he feels loved and appreciated, as he has made you feel all these years.