Looking out for your (sweet)heart

February 14 is Valentine’s Day.  Don’t say we didn’t give you a head’s up.

(Seriously.  February 14.  That’s Tuesday.  Don’t forget.)

What better way to show someone special that you care than to give them something that will help them take care of their heart?

It’s really the thought that counts on this one.  You could pick out some workout clothes, a new MP3 player, or some other accessory that’s been on the wish-list – you name it.  The point is that you’re taking an interest in your sweetheart’s health and showing that you’d really like them to be around for a long, long time.

If you think a Bluefin app would do the trick, gift the app from the App store, making it incredibly easy to pull off a thoughtful surprise.  Especially if running has made a meaningful difference in your life, giving an app is a super-simple, inexpensive way to show that you care (and that you just might be open to having a running partner after all).

Ease into 5K is a good go-to program, but there are of course the longer-distance programs for more advanced runners and Power Walk for those who are looking to start off slow. (Click here to view the whole suite.) Gifted apps can be customized with a message of your choice and delivered immediately via e-mail or printed out to be presented in person.

We’re not going to recommend you make it the only Valentine’s gift next to that box of (heart-healthy, dark) chocolates, but it does make a nice, sweetly romantic, heart-healthy extra.

But hey, that’s just us.  We’re app developers. Of course we’re going to come up with stuff like this.

What about you?  Any fitness-minded gift ideas to share while there are still a few good shopping days before Valentine’s?  Let us know in the comments.

One response to “Looking out for your (sweet)heart

  1. Pingback: Heart Health roundup, new blog category | Bluefin Software Blog

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