Bulletproof Gift Guide 2018: Performance

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Game Changers: What Leaders, Innovators, and Thinkers Do to Win at Life

$18.89

For a window into what makes winners tick, look no further than Dave Asprey’s new book. “Game Changers: What Leaders, Innovators, and Thinkers Do to Win at Life”. Using advice gleaned from his interviews with hundreds of cutting-edge doers and thinkers, “Game Changers” will give you proven ways to become smarter, happier, and faster. Isn’t that every biohacker’s goal?

Aku Ball

$30

The Aku Ball is not your average stress ball. Resembling a medieval flail, it’s black with metal spikes. You squeeze, step, or roll it on your skin — the pressure increases blood flow, reduces inflammation, and lowers anxiety. The ideal stocking stuffer for the biohacker who needs more zen in their life.

Biohacking Box subscription

$100 every third month

Sign up your favorite biohacker for a box filled with biohacking gadgets, tools, and services, personally curated by Bulletproof founder and father of biohacking Dave Asprey. Each item includes a note explaining why he chose it and how to use it. The retail value of the box is more than what you pay for the subscription, so you’re saving big. You also automatically get entered into a “golden ticket” drawing, giving you the chance to win a luxury bonus item.

Upright Go

$80

Forget balancing books on your head — the Upright Go is the smartphone generation’s answer to correcting bad posture. A small device that you place on your back, the Upright Go is synced with a phone app. When it detects slumping, it gently vibrates. Good posture boosts your performance in all kinds of ways — it eases back pain, lowers stress, helps you appear more confident, and increases productivity (you breathe easier, which equals more oxygen to your brain).

HeartMath Inner Balance

$159

Did you know that the time between each of your heartbeats varies? It’s known as heart rate variability (HRV), and measuring it can tell you how your nervous system is doing at any given moment. HeartMath’s Inner Balance is a bluetooth sensor that connects to your smartphone. It tracks your heart rate, then teaches you how to reach a more balanced emotional state. The result? Less stress and better performance.

Muse

$199

Muse is a wearable headband that give you real-time feedback on how your meditation session is going. Sensors detect and measure your brain activity. When your mind is calm, the device plays peaceful weather like gentle wind. When your mind gets busy and your attention drifts, it plays stormy weather so you’re reminded to return to your breath. After you’ve meditated, you can see how you did using charts and graphs on your phone.

Get 15% off the Muse 1 with code Bulletproof at choosemuse.com (note: discount won’t apply during Black Friday sales week). 

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