For the Obsessive Compulsive Health Fiend We all have that friend who literally obsesses over her health—how much she exercised, what she ate, how much she slept. The Jawbone UP ($129, jawbone.com)—a super stylish bracelet—does it all. Not only does it track your sleep cycle, but it has an alarm that wakes you when you enter a light sleep, as opposed to waking you from a deep slumber like most alarms do. It helps you to track caloric and nutrition intake and has pedometer technology to record your total number of steps each day. Just plug into your smartphone and start playing.
For the Yogi The problem with your bestie's yoga mat bag is that it carries a mat and nothing else. Enter the Zobha Essential Mat Carrie ($56, zobha.com) that has pockets! Now she'll only have one bag for all of her essentials.
For the Juice Junkie A blender just won't cut it. Gift a juicer for your smoothie-juicing-cleansing friend. The Breville Juice Fountain Plus ($149.99, bedbathandbeyond.com) is cheaper than most, but has the same results. No chopping, no cutting. Just throw the veggies and fruit in and power the motor up.
For the Ultra Runner Who needs a running buddy when you have the Sony W Series Walkman Meb Keflezighi ($59, sony.com)? Not only is it an MP3 player, but it's pre-loaded with marathon winner Meb's voice providing running tips along the way.
For the (Occasional) Indulger Wine can be deceiving. Although a standard serving of the beverage is 5 oz, we tend to pour more. The Fred & Friends Sauced Measuring Wineglass ($11.99, fredandfriends.com) keeps you in control with measurements riding up the glasses.
For the Busy Foodie She loves food and she loves eating healthy, but she can't cook to save her life. Enter The Can't Cook Book: Recipes for the Absolutely Terrified! ($19.59, barnesandnoble.com). Chef Jessica Seinfeld offers 100 simple recipes with simple step-by-step instructions. (We may even gift this one to ourselves.)
For the Aqua-holic What hydrating junkie wouldn't love the Bobble ($12.99, waterbobble.com)? With a filter in the tap and BPA-free plastic, she won't have any excuse not to get her eight glasses a day.