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Gyms and fitness studios may be open for business again, but why would you want to pay for a membership when you spent 2020 getting a decent workout inside your own home? Over the last year, we saw and sharp increase in home exercise equipment. From treadmills to simple additions like resistance bands, you'd be lucky to avoid the dreaded "out of stock" message.
Just in time for Prime Day, Amazon not only restocked a number of workout equipment, but the retailer is also discounting a number of products at a steep rate. We spotted workout benches, medicine balls and more all marked down.
In order to participate in the two-day shopping event on Monday and Tuesday, you need an Amazon Prime membership. Prime membership fees cost $12.99 per month or $119 per year. Ahead of committing to those prices, Amazon provides the option to try it complimentary for 30 days. Prime benefits include free two-day shipping, the ability to watch exclusive Amazon Originals and thousands of popular movies and TV shows on Prime Video, access to two million songs and millions of podcasts and plenty more.
Below are Prime Day fitness deals on home workout supplies. Trust us, these are the items worth adding to your cart.
This of this tool as a Swiss Army Knife for strength training. This bench boasts six ladder adjustments for multiple incline and decline angles, 1000-pound weight capacity and three seas adjustments with a 2" thick pad for comfort and ergonomic support so you can lift weights and do crunches with ease.
So you don't risk the chance of destroying your nice floors, invest in this exercise may that's ideal for placing under a stationary bike or the workout bench above.
Who knew such a tiny tool could have powerful benefits. This roller promises balance and stability while also holding a limit of 440 pounds. Use this to strengthen muscles in different parts, including ab, arm, chest, back and leg.
If you're constantly changing the look of your workout space, perhaps these interlocking tiles are a nice alternative.
Medicine balls help develop core strength, balance, and coordination. With five different pounds to choose from, you can really diversify and customize any routine to fit your comfort.
Resistance bands will never go out of style, so upgrade to a stable one and never worry about the typical rubber kinds riding up in the middle of squats again.
At more than $30 off, these ropes are a can't-miss deal. Not only do they roll up for easy storage, but they can also be used for pulling or climbing routines alone or alongside others.