She’s always on the run—and often actually running to stay in shape. This Mother’s Day, celebrate those who hold things down at home and still manage to carve out time for fitness. These top multifunctional wearables will make at least one aspect of her life a bit easier.
Jabra Sport Wireless Headphones
Rain, shock, sand, and dust are no match for these extra-durable headphones. And even if your mom doesn’t regularly encounter such drastic elements during her workouts, this headset’s wireless and Bluetooth capabilities make it approximately eight zillion times better than the ubiquitous tangle-prone plug-in earbuds. (Bonus: a built-in FM radio.)
TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch
While the rest of the world is geeking out over the Apple Watch, non-iOS users will be plenty happy with this decked-out sport watch from navigation giant TomTom. Ideal for outdoor activities like running, biking, and swimming, it tracks your time, distance or laps, pace, and calories burned. You can also sync, analyze, and store that data with your fitness-minded friends on the TomTom app as well as other apps and running sites.
The all-mighty GoPro can set you back $500 and up, if you opt for all the bells and whistles. But the modest GoPro Hero, billed as the brand’s best entry-level model, does more than enough for the typical active mom: It’s wearable, gear-mountable, waterproof—and practically begging to be taken along on her next adventure.
Movement-analyzing Zepp device
If your mom plays tennis, golf, softball, or baseball—and is looking to up her game—Zepp is for her. For each sport, the device works a bit differently to analyze your moves; a golfer, for example, will mount it on her glove, take a swing, and then watch an H-D video analysis on her smartphone next to side-by-side comparisons with the pros. (No pressure, right?)
Moov fitness band
This gadget looks like a fitness band but acts like a fitness coach—making it perfect for any mother who’s in an exercise rut. It tracks your movements, analyzes your progress, and advises you on how to improve and achieve your fitness goals. A real-time audio function coaches you through activities like running/walking, swimming, and cardio boxing (although you’ll need two units for that), and you can wear it on your ankle or wrist.