The Best Fitness Equipment on Sale at Best Buy for April 2021

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The Best Fitness Equipment on Sale at Best Buy for April 2021

Treadmills, rowers, and more

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If you’re like everyone else in the world, you’ve likely spent much more time getting sweaty at home. Up until now, you may have chosen to keep your gear to the basics: free weights, kettlebells, maybe even a TRX or a Bosu ball. But, with most gyms and boutique studios either still closed entirely or operating at a limited capacity, it may be time to invest in a few more substantial pieces of gym equipment—ideally on sale.

If you are in the market for a few good training tools, Best Buy has some great options at competitive prices. From cardio equipment like treadmills, indoor cycling bikes, and rowers to trackers and recovery devices, there are a lot of products that make up a great at-home gym.

You may never have considered this electronic heavy store as a place to purchase gym items. For most folks, it’s the go-to for things like TVs, home theatre needs, and maybe a laptop or a smartwatch. But, you can also score deals on tons of things: major appliances (think washers and dryers, microwaves, and ovens), smaller home appliances, gaming consoles, cameras, and, fitness equipment, too.

To help make it easier, we scrolled through the site and found a few shouldn’t-pass-up deals. Here are items we think are totally essential right now for your home gym.

We update these sales weekly, but products go fast! If something is out of stock or no longer discounted, check back next week for a batch of new sales.

Hex Elite Dumbbell

hex rubber dumbbell

Normally $76, Now $56 for 15-Pounds

A sturdy set of dumbbells is a necessity when working out at home. You can pick up these Hex ones that start at 10-pounds and go up through 95-pounds—and the discount increases as the weight does, too. The 2.5-, 5-, and 7.5-pounds are not on sale.

GoFit Foam Roller

GoFit Foam Roller - Blue

Courtesy of Best Buy

Normally $30, Now $25

This 24-inch foam roller is ideal for your home gym, office, or even just sitting around your apartment. A foam roller can help with flexibility and range of motion, and can be used all over the body. While this discount isn't huge, we'll keep an eye on it in case the price drops again.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 and Earbuds

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 and Earbuds

Courtesy of Best Buy

Normally $450, Now $390

In this bundle, you get a pair of Bluetooth headphones as well as a smartwatch. The lightweight watch is really the draw here, especially if you are a runner. The built-in run coaching uses sensors to help you keep on top of your pace and offers visual and audio cues to improve your form.

It’s not just for runners though. It keeps track of your VO2 max and heart-rate as well as records over 39 different types of workouts. View your data on the watch face or in the Samsung Health app. The lowest price we've seen is $390.

Mind Reader Work Cycle Exercise Bike

Mind Reader Work Cycle Exercise Bike

Courtesy of Best Buy

Normally $450, Now $300

For those who feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get a workout in, this bike might be a good fit for you. Here’s why: It features a workstation with a cup holder. Simply place your laptop on the mini desk, adjust the resistance to your preferred level, and cycle away while you type (or sift through emails). Talk about being productive!

Bowflex SelectTech 840 Adjustable Kettlebell

Bowflex SelectTech 840 Adjustable Kettlebell

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $200, Now $180

An adjustable kettlebell is a huge space-saver. Turn the dial under the handle to change the weight that ranges from 8- to 40-pounds, then get swinging.

The lowest price we've seen is $152.

Schwinn Fitness Airdyne AD6 Exercise Bike

Schwinn Airdyne AD6 Exercise Bike

Courtesy of Best Buy

Normally $700, Now $600

An airdyne bike is the cardio equipment you love to hate—even a 20-second interval can leave you gasping for air thanks to the wind-resistance technology. That said, it offers solid cardio that also gives you a full-body workout. (Insider secret: You can rest your feet on the footpegs of this model and just go to town on your upper body.) Made for a variety of users, this bike can handle up to 300 pounds, and the console ticks off your speed, distance, time,  and calories, as well as an RPM gauge for interval training.

NordicTrack RW200 Rower

NordicTrack RW200 Rower

Courtesy of Best Buy

Normally $1,299, Now $800

This budget-friendly buy uses two forms of resistance—air and SMR (Silent Magnetic Resistance)—to promote an efficient full body and cardio workout. Though small, its display screen still allows you to track multiple stats, including watts, strokes per minute, total strokes, time, calories, and distance. And it folds in half for easy storing. Did we mention there’s also a companion app, too?

Garmin VivoActive 3 Smartwatch

Garmin Vivoactive 3 smartwatch

Courtesy of Best Buy

Normally $150, Now $123

If you want a fitness tracker with great GPS, you go with Garmin. This vivoactive is part of Garmin's trackers that work for more than just running. You can log 15 other built-in sports—think yoga and swimming.

NormaTec PULSE 2.0 Leg Recovery System

NormaTec PULSE 2.0 Leg Recovery System

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $1,000, Now $900

Slip into these hip-height booties for a quick hit of recovery. Essentially, they blow up like balloons around your legs, squeezing between 30 to 110mmHg and releasing at different intervals. The result: increased circulation and a reduction in pain and soreness. It offers two hours of “massage” time per charge and can be controlled easily via an app.

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