Kirsty Godso’s Gift Picks
Famous for her hot sauce burpees and endless drive, fitness superstar Kirsty lives her life like a marathon. She needs gear that can keep up.
Tell us about the gifts you picked
"If we know anything about 2020 dressing it's been that comfort is key/ when isn't it?! Grey is my favorite color and you can never go wrong with a grey hoodie and sweats! Casual comfort is definitely how I dress majority of the time and I love to throw on a good jacket and boots to take me wherever I need to go. I'm always wearing earrings and chain necklaces whether I'm out, working out or figuring it out haha."
Who were you thinking about with your selection?
I had everyone in mind with my gift guide. Whether you're a workout enthusiast or not, we actually spend the majority of our time, not working out so I based my selections on your life outside of your workouts but still giving you a sporty feel. And the foam roller? Well yeah that's a guilt trip because let's be honest, we all need to be more diligent with our recovery :)
WHAT DO THE HOLIDAYS AND GIVING MEAN TO YOU?
Holidays for me is all about enjoying time with friends and family. For me personally, the greatest gift is quality time. My family here in the US is my friend group so I love switching off with them and playing games, getting outside (weather permitting) and exploring more than my instagram feed haha. I love to give very personalised gifts to my loved ones that show thought and attention.
TELL US ABOUT THE CHARITY/NON-PROFIT YOU CHOSE FOR DONATION. HOW DID YOU GET INTERESTED?
I have been donating to the American Civil Liberties Union ACLU for the last year. I really believe in the work that they do across the board from racial justice, immigration, human rights and much more. They are an excellent tool of information and awareness for anyone looking to understand some of the most common violations that are happening daily in the US and giving actionable ways to get involved in your community. I strongly believe that we all have a part to play and collective action is not only important but necessary. It's not simply about donating, but also about engaging and learning also.