A whole set of dumbbells can take up a bunch of space, but Bowflex has solved that issue with adjustable dumbbells. These workout essentials adjust from 5 to 52.5 pounds via a dial and replace 15 sets of weights. These customer-loved dumbbells are CBS Essentials and CBS Sports bestsellers, and just so happen to be on sale now in time for Memorial Day.
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Buy the Bowflex SelectTech 552 adjustable dumbbells for 31% off below. Sure, they’re pricey, but so is buying 15 individual sets of weights. You can pair these space-saving weights with a JRNY app membership, which can count your reps and track your form in real-time by using your tablet’s camera. Yes, we are living in the future. There are also trainer-led workouts available with the membership.
Apart from our readers, reviewers also love these adjustable dumbbells.
“When lifting, the weights feel very sturdy,” a reviewer says. “The plates are firmly locked onto the handle. There is no shaking or movement of the plates at all, and they don’t feel much different than dumbbells.”
Bowflex SelectTech 552 adjustable dumbbells, $379 (reduced from $549)
While you’re at it, pick up the Bowflex SelectTech dumbbell stand and media rack too. It can house your new dumbbells and help you get in that JRNY app workout using your tablet.
Bowflex SelectTech dumbbell stand with media rack, $129 (reduced from $179)
From adjustable dumbbells to Theraguns, we’ve found more Memorial Day 2023 deals to fit any budget and fitness routine. Keep reading to find the best deals on home gym equipment and essentials.
This single Amazon Basics dumbbell comes in nine weights, many of which are on sale now. The 40-pound option is 27% off today. This dumbbell has a non-slip textural surface for a secure grip and hexagonal black rubber-encased ends so it won’t roll away.
Amazon Basics rubber-encased hex dumbbell (40 pounds), $44 (reduced from $60)
Theragun Pro is a professional-grade device constructed for physical therapists, trainers and other professionals, but it’s also great for athletes, however amateur. Like the Theragun Elite, it is equipped with an OLED screen and a customizable speed range of 1,750 to 2,400 PPMs (percussions per minute) with three presets. However, instead of 40 pounds of force, the Pro boasts 60 and is the only model with an adjustable arm, allowing for easier use.
The Theragun Pro comes with six attachments: a dampener, standard ball, wedge, thumb, cone and super soft tip. A two-year warranty (compared with just one with the less expensive models) makes it more appealing for anyone who might use the gadget daily.
Theragun Pro, $499 (reduced from $599)
Looking to get in better shape? Walmart is offering quite the deal on FitRx SmartBell adjustable dumbbells. Originally $200, you can get one for $99 now at Walmart.
The 4.4-star-rated FitRx SmartBell adjustable dumbbell can be adjusted from 5 to 52.5 pounds in 2.5-pound increments. An anti-slip handle and safety lock keep plates in place during your workout. Comes with a storage rack.
At this price, why not pick up a set of two?
FitRx SmartBell adjustable dumbbells, $99 (reduced from $200)
This affordable kit gives you all the home gym essentials you’ll need. The Gaiam home gym kit includes an ab wheel, jump rope, push-up bars and a resistance band with handles.
Gaiam home gym kit, $32 (reduced from $40)
This compact home gym system can give you a full body workout with over 65 potential exercises. The Bowflex Power Rods can be used to adjust the resistance from as low as 5 pounds to up to 210 pounds. It features an integrated lat tower and a removable leg extension/curl attachment.
Bowflex Xceed home gym, $800 (reduced from $999)
The Bowflex Blaze is one of Bowflex’s most popular home gym systems. It currently has a 4.6-star rating on Amazon. It features a folding bench, adjustable pulleys, a lat bar, a squat bar, hand-grip/ankle cuffs and a leg curl attachment.
Like the Bowflex Xceed, the Blaze home gym system offers up to 210 pounds of resistance. However, it is upgradable to 310 or 410 pounds if you need higher resistance.
Bowflex Blaze home gym, $899 (reduced from $1,099)
Consider this under-desk treadmill if you work from home and want to get more movement into your daily routine. This motorized walking and jogging treadmill offers 12 preset exercise modes, as well as the option to manually adjust the setting for your perfect workout.
Redliro under desk treadmill, $300 after coupon (reduced from $480)
Know someone who works from home and doesn’t have a ton of space? This mini walking treadmill is the perfect size to slide under a standing desk. When it’s not in use, this fitness machine can be folded to almost half its size for easy storage.
Choose from five colors.
WalkingPad C2 Mini foldable walking treadmill, $450 with code WPSPRINGFIT (regularly $600)
The T7643 walking treadmill by Sunny Health & Fitness would make an excellent addition to your home gym. The treadmill boasts a 19.5-inch-wide surface for walking or running, and an above-average weight capacity of 350 pounds. It’s equipped with two bottle holders, and a space for your tablet or phone.
A good fit for speed walkers and light joggers, the T7643 walking treadmill can reach speeds up to 6 mph. The built-in digital monitor displays your burned calories, speed and distance covered. The treadmill’s deck can be folded into the frame. Plus, it’s on sale right now on Amazon.
Sunny Health & Fitness T7643 walking treadmill, $650 (reduced from $770)
This folding treadmill has three incline options and an LED monitor that tracks your speed, distance, calories burned, time and pulse. It has a shock-absorbing system that protects your knees and ankles and takes only 15 minutes to assemble.
Runow folding treadmill, $480 (reduced from $700)
This stationary bike has a belt-driven system for a smooth and quiet ride, an adjustable non-slip handlebar and a tablet holder. Its LCD monitor tracks time, speed, distance and calories burned. There is a water bottle holder and wheels on the bike, so that it can easily be moved.
Yosuda indoor cycling bike, $230 after coupon (reduced from $440)
This spin bike has a weighted flywheel and quiet belt drive system. It has an adjustable seat and handlebars, plus a water bottle holder. Stream your workout on your TV or a laptop in front of you, or invest in a tablet holder for this bike’s handlebars, as it doesn’t come with a tablet or workout streaming subscription.
Sunny Health & Fitness indoor exercise bike, $218 (reduced from $399)
The Hydrow rowing machine features an adjustable 22-inch HD screen, an aluminum and steel frame and a customizable footbed. The Hydrow Rower fits heights up to a 36-inch inseam and weights up to 375 pounds.
If you want just the rower, it’s on sale for $500 off. Bundle it with a three-year workout subscription to save $650.
Hydrow Rower, $1,995 (regularly $2,495)
Hydrow Rower + three-year Hydrow subscription, $3,429 (regularly $4,079)
The Hydrow Rower’s small-space-suitable successor features a 16-inch HD screen, stainless steel seat track, durable polymer frame and an adjustable footbed. Despite its smaller size, the Hydrow Wave also fits heights up to a 36-inch inseam and weights up to 375 pounds.
Hydrow Wave rower, $1,695 (reduced from $1,895)
The Echelon sport exercise rower features 32 levels of magnetic resistance and a built-in tablet holder (up to 12.9 inches). It easily folds up when not in use for easy storage.
The Echelon Sport exercise rower includes a 30-day free trial membership to Echelon Premiere, with more than 40 daily live and 15,000 on-demand fitness classes. (Echelon Premiere costs $34.99 per month after that; membership is not required to use the rower.)
Echelon Sport exercise rower, $497 (reduced from $597)
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