The Best Walmart Workout Equipment Deals for April 2021

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The Best Workout Equipment Deals at Walmart for April 2021

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From groceries and beauty supplies to electronics and toys, Walmart has a history of being a go-to outlet for great deals on a variety of lifestyle products. The same holds true when it comes to its selection of fitness equipment. That's very good news considering workout tools are a superhot commodity these days.

If you’re looking to add a few items to round out your training nook or are in search of big-ticket buys to build a home gym, you’ll be able to find pretty much everything on your list. Treadmills, indoor cycling bikes, resistance bands, a variety of dumbbells, and weight plates—there's no shortage of deals. Your strength, aerobic, and flexibility needs will all benefit from these deals.

The prices are competitive, so you won’t have to shell out an obscene amount of cash either. This means working out from home just got a whole lot easier and way more intense because bodyweight exercise moves can sometimes only take you so far.

We did the leg work for you, scouring the Walmart website for a few must-haves. Here are the top pieces of equipment that caught our eye, as great additions to any at-home fitness situation.

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.

Hongyi Doorway Pull Up Bar

Hongyi Doorway Pull Up Bar

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $40, Now $25

Pull-ups, while intimidating, are basically the quintessential strength move. They hit your upper body and your core as well as improve your posture. Easily installed on most door frames, this durable and firm piece of equipment brings the exercise to the comfort of your own home. What’s more: You can place it on the floor to up the ante during push-ups or provide more stability during sit-ups.

Empire 9 in 1 Body Building Push Up Rack Board System

Empire 9 in 1 Body Building Push Up Rack Board System

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $45, Now $29

If you’re only doing traditional push-ups, you are missing out on tons of benefits of this compound movement. This board helps you bring multiple variations into your routine. Simply place handles into the colored-coded holes to perform alternate push-up forms that engage your pecs, shoulders, lats, or triceps. The lowest price we've seen is $27.

Echelon Connect Sport Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike with 30-Day Free Membership

Echelon Connect Sport Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $599, Now $497

Taking a ride on this indoor cycling bike might just make you feel like you are back in your favorite boutique studio. Solid, sturdy and quiet, this connected fitness tool has 32 manual resistance levels, so you can amp up (or lower) your intensity to get the most out of the day’s workout. Padded, ergonomic handlebars and a sleek frame work in every space. It also comes with SPD compatible pedals with toe cages. Bonus: You get a 30-day free trial of Echelon United, the bike’s premier membership, which grants access to thousands of live and on-demand classes, including cycling HIIT, yoga, and strength training.

BalanceFrom 3-in-1 Foam Plyometric Box

BalanceFrom 3-in-1 Foam Plyometric Box

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $157, Now $111

What we love most about this 20- x 24- x 30- inch box is that it’s a 3-in-1. As your plyo skills get better and you can jump higher, simply rotate the box to a taller side. Also handy: It’s made out of foam (don’t worry it’s still super stable), so if you don’t clear the box you are less likely to scrape your shins like you would if you were using a wooden or metal box.

SKONYON Adjustable Dumbbells

SKONYON Adjustable Dumbbells

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $139, Now $109

Yet to score a pair of dumbbells this pandemic season? Whether you’re looking to bang out bicep curls or snag a deadlift PR, this durable and adjustable set may just be what you need. They function as two separate dumbbells, each weighing up to 33 pounds or, when connected, as a barbell that can hold up to 66 pounds, making them a versatile piece of training equipment.

The lowest price we've seen is $109.

V.I.P. 3.25HP Folding Electric Treadmill

V.I.P. Folding Electric Treadmill

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $5,000, Now $690

Great for compact spaces, this treadmill, which tracks speed, time, distance, calories, and heart rate on screen, folds upright—and has wheels—so you can tuck it away when you’re done with the day’s run. Connect via the app to unlock even more benefits, including a trainer and a health report. FYI: There is some assembly required.

Vevor Power Towers Adjustable Height Multistation?

Vevor Power Towers Adjustable Height Multistation

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $283, Now $226

Think of the Vevor as your all-in-one training center. Not only can you do push-ups, pull-ups, dips, and ab raises with this piece of equipment, but the 55.60 x 26.00 x 8.30-inch tower has a bench, which means you can also do chest press, steps ups and hop overs too. And it’s super sturdy, so you’ll feel secure with every rep.

We've seen this drop as low as $196, so stay tuned for more sales.

Gymax Foldable Magnetic Rowing Machine

Gymax Foldable Magnetic Rowing Machine

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $500, Now $250

A rower is a great alternative to typical indoor cardio options such as the treadmill or the bike. This one specifically, which works the entire body, features a 10-level magnetic tension resistance, non-slip grip handlebars, and an LCD monitor that keeps record of  things like time, count, calories, and distance. Sitting down for a lengthy row? The wide, soft seat will surely cushion your session.

Best Choice Products?3-Piece Kettlebell Set?

Best Choice Products 3-Piece Kettlebell Set

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $90, Now $50

What’s better than one kettlebell? Three! In this set you get a 5-, 10- and 15-pound bell, each with ergonomic handles, which makes holding them while performing moves such as weighted squats, rows, and overhead presses easier. And even though it’s made of concrete, the outer rubber casing is a nice barrier to help keep surfaces in your home mark-free.

KBONGD Yoga Balance Ball

KBONGD Yoga Balance Ball

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $119, Now $70

This half-balance ball is a must-have for your fitness tool chest. Unstable in nature, it takes basic moves such as planks, push-ups, and squats up a notch by forcing the body to engage more muscles. Bonus: It comes with a pair of resistance bands that easily attach or detach, and are a great way of adding an upper body strength element to lower-body moves. The lowest price we've seen is $69.

The list price on this seems to change weekly, which makes it seem like the deal is better than usual. The average list price we've seen has been $110.

VEVOR 8kg ViPR Training Tube

VEVOR 8kg ViPR Training Tube

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $97, Now $87

Weighing in at a little over 17 pounds, and available in four colors (green, red, purple, black), this hollowed-out rubber tube works as the ultimate strength-training tool.  Pick it up, hold it, push, and pull it from side to side—the combinations are endless. The best part: It allows the body to move in multiple planes with multiple muscles working together in a coordinated and synergistic way.

Sunny Health & Fitness Motion Air Bike

Sunny Health & Fitness Motion Air Bike

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $420, Now $236

Using air as resistance, this budget bike spikes your heart rate to improve your aerobic capacity while engaging your upper body. Little details like a monitor to track your time, speed, distance, and calories, a device (think tablet or phone) holder, and a four-way adjustable ergonomic seat make this a stand-out piece for sure. And thanks to wheels, you can easily move it out of sight when any company comes over (after the pandemic).

Yes4All Slam Ball

Yes4All Slam Ball 25-Lbs.

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $36, Now $31

Not only is a slam ball a great tool to help build functional strength, but it’s also a way to relieve stress in-between those daily Zoom meetings. Available in 25 lbs., the nubbed outer shell ensures a great grip while the sand-filled inside makes this a true deadweight ball, which means no bounce.

Cshidworld Muscle Massage Gun

Cshidworld Muscle Massage Gun

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $130, Now $49

Sure, scoring the best deals on training tools is a priority, but don’t forget to show your body some recovery TLC, too. When you pick up this silver massage tool, you get six customized massage heads, five adjustable percussive speeds, and a whole lot of relaxed and re-upped muscles.  Plus it weighs in at less than 2 pounds, is easy to maneuver, and has an auto shut off timer after 15 minutes. The lowest price we've seen is $49.

Carepeutic KH525 BetaFlex Sit and Swing Exerciser

Carepeutic KH525 BetaFlex Sit and Swing Exerciser

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $89, Now $66

This is our top under-desk pick for gliders. It's small space-friendly and makes it easy to stay active all day while you're sitting on your computer.

Pandain Ab Roller

Pandain Ab Roller

Courtesy of Walmart

Normally $37, Now $22

This small but mighty (read: super challenging) training tool helps you carve out a killer core by simultaneously recruiting your abs, lower back, and oblique muscles (ok, and the upper body, too) in one hard move: the rollout. The non-slip, soft wheel, which is supposed to resemble a sports car wheel, won’t scuff your floors either.

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