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Now that Thanksgiving’s in the rearview mirror, and you finally woke up from your turkey-induced food coma, it’s time to start shopping. (In case you didn’t get the memo, the Internet is jam-packed with a bunch of ridiculously good sales.) While it might seem like the perfect time to stock up on sweatpants or buy the latest gadget, it’s actually a great opportunity to finally create a home gym.
Amazon is taking over 50 percent off the Nautilus‘s upright stationary bike. Nautilus is a brand known for creating high-quality exercise equipment at a fair, affordable price—and this bike is no exception. In fact, it’s among the top-rated stationary bikes on the market when it comes to value. Just read the reviews.
It has 25 levels of resistance and 29 unique workout programs which make it a versatile piece of fitness equipment for both cycling novices and enthusiasts. The bike is complete with two handles and pedal straps to keep your feet in place to clock in a sweaty, heart-pounding workout without losing your balance. Brownie points roll in with its Bluetooth-enabled feature that allows you to track your workouts and measure your progress. It’s like having a virtual personal trainer in the palm of your hand.
Nautilus‘s Upright Stationary Bike normally costs $900 but for a limited time, Amazon is selling it for $417. This is the type of deal you want to sprint towards! (If you do the math, that’s over 50 percent off of the asking price.) It’s already a better value than most bikes out there, but with this deal you can save even more. And let’s face it, it’s most likely less than what you used to pay for your gym membership. Whether you want to get a head-start on your 2021 fitness goals or want to build the home gym of your dreams, this is one deal worth adding to your cart. This bike that will bring the most bang for your buck when it comes to spending less and getting more on home fitness equipment.
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