Getting to the gym can be a workout in itself, and your bank account can feel the burn too. Staying in shape shouldn’t cost too much, so this Amazon Prime Day you can skip a trip to the gym, save on membership fees, and get some good fitness gear.
No matter what your fitness goals are, there’s a myriad of exercise equipment to make you sweat arm day, leg day, and every day in between. If you’re ready to improve your fitness regimen, burn some calories, and de-stress, the best Amazon Prime Day fitness equipment deals will be impossible to miss.
To take advantage of daily deals, you must be an Amazon Prime subscriber. Luckily, if you’re not already on a two-day train, you can get a free one 30-day trial membership.
CLMBR$1,419.99 (was $2,799)
There are an endless number of ways to exercise, but for a high-intensity, full-body workout, look no further than CLMBR. This ergonomic vertical climbing machine is an ideal purchase for those looking to increase their cardio and endurance training without taking a toll on your joints. Its tall, slim and sturdy design will fit into most indoor spaces, so you can work on your fitness without having to leave the comfort of your home.
CLMBR is also the first vertical climber to feature a large touch screen and offers instructor-led lessons that you can follow, on demand. Being able to tailor your workouts to a variety of classes and settings can bring a whole new experience to your regimen. This piece of equipment is also compatible with your other devices via Bluetooth, so you can connect headphones, a phone or a fitness tracker. The makers of CLMBR say it can engage over 86 percent of your body’s muscles. And when you’re done for the day, get that bad boy off the road with the wheels on. At nearly half off the original price, this is a great deal this Prime Day.
XTERRA Fitness TR150 Folding Treadmill, $329.49 (was $426.66)
A treadmill can be a great piece of equipment for a quick cardio workout during your lunch break or for a run to start your day off right. The XTERRA Fitness TR150 Folding Treadmill has all the features you’ll need and none of the frills, at an insanely low price. A Peloton treadmill is good if you have the budget and the space, but you’ll spend at least seven times as much – not including the Peloton membership fee. For an inexpensive treadmill that is easy to store, the XTERRA is for you. With speeds ranging from half a mile to 10 miles per hour, 12 preset programs and three incline options, this treadmill has everything you need to get your heart pumping.
The LCD display doesn’t have the features of some other fitness equipment screens, but it keeps you informed of your progress by tracking speed, time, distance, heart rate and calories. The console also provides plenty of room for your book, phone, or anything else you need to keep you entertained while pumping your legs. The real selling point of the XTERRA treadmill is that it can be easily folded up for storage out of sight, and with the built-in wheels, it can easily be moved wherever you need it. This treadmill is built to last, but its incredible price isn’t — so be sure to add this essential home gym to your cart before it’s gone.
PYHIGH stationary exercise bike$231.97 (Was $289.97)
Maybe you used to ride your bike to work every day, but now you work from home. Maybe there aren’t any bike lanes near you, or maybe you just enjoy the freedom of doing spin classes on your own time. Whatever the reason, the PYHIGH stationary exercise bike is a must-have for any fitness enthusiast. With easy assembly in less than 30 minutes and its cool, sleek design, it’s no wonder this is one of the top-rated exercise bikes.
The PYHIGH bike has a solid construction with a 35-pound flywheel; adjustable, non-slip steering wheel; adjustable seat levels for all heights; and a belt-driven system that boasts almost silent pedaling. You can watch your favorite exercise videos or listen to music to keep you going with your iPad or phone holder. Cardio and endurance training are key to losing weight and staying in shape, so why not do it in style on this first day?
Fitness Reality 3000WR Bluetooth water rowing machine$423.52 (was $620)
Rowing is a great full-body workout whether you’re looking for an intense workout or a light toning. With Fitness Reality water rowing machine, you can work your legs, back and core with three customizable HIIT intervals, five preset workout goals and 13 race levels. You can also easily track your time, distance and calorie goals on the screen or participate in on-demand classes for that extra motivation. Be sure to keep track of everything from your phone, as this equipment has MyCloudFitness app capabilities via Bluetooth and a holder for easy viewing.
The Fitness Reality water rowing machine includes non-slip handles for a comfortable grip. The included water pump and funnel make this fitness equipment even more realistic, with six levels of water resistance, so you can feel like you’re training for the Olympics or going for a leisurely paddle down the river. The machine’s water tank is also angled, slowing down the water draw with each stroke to create more resistance. There’s still time to get in shape, but this Prime Day deal won’t last.
FirstE foldable fitness trampoline$111.99 (was $139.99)
You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy the gravity-defying fun of jumping on a trampoline – the health benefits of using it FirstE foldable fitness trampoline are the perfect justification for trampolining in adulthood. With an easily adjustable foam handle, the trampoline is suitable for most heights (because you know your kids will be using it when you’re not).
Measuring just 48 inches wide and weighing just 28 pounds, this piece of fitness equipment can be folded to less than a quarter of its fully assembled size, making it easy to transport and store. Now it’s easier and more affordable than ever to improve your cardiovascular health and endurance from the comfort of your own home, thanks to this unbeatable offer.
Sportsroyals Power Tower Dip Station, $174.99 (was $299.99)
Push-ups, pull-ups and push-ups galore, Sportsroyals Power Tower Dip station is the ultimate fitness equipment for upper body training. Sportsroyals has updated its latest model to lengthen the base and strengthen the arms, allowing users to exercise without swaying or tipping over. This adjustable piece of equipment is perfect for most heights, with pull-up bar height options ranging from 5.3 feet to 7.3 feet.
The Power Tower’s ergonomic design also features elbow pads and a slight incline to avoid slipping, so you can safely and comfortably tone your arms, shoulders, chest, back and core. Whether you’re working out in the den, garage or backyard, the Power Tower Dip Station is a universal piece of fitness equipment that the whole family can use, so be sure to get it while it’s still cheap.
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