Cyber ​​Monday Home Gym Deals Peloton Discount, Mirror, Tonal

Three top-of-the-line home gyms we love are on sale for Cyber ​​Monday


I’m a bit of a fitness nerd all year round, but with Cyber ​​Monday sales booming, now’s a good time to save on fitness tech. From deals on wearable devices to full body workout machines, we’re seeing more than a few discounts that can get you to burn calories, not money, in the New Year.

For more expensive fitness equipment like the popular Peloton bike or approved by athletes Tonal home gym, however, discounts can be scarce. But even these high-end solutions have rare discounts for Cyber ​​Monday. If you’ve got the cash to spare and want a makeover to your home gym, here are three Cyber ​​Monday deals that deserve your attention on the premium fitness tech we love.

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Tone-on-tone home gym for $ 2,745 ($ 3,000) by Tonal

You may have seen the NBA superstar LeBron James in commercials for this futuristic looking touch screen wall mounted training machine. He does a myriad of strength-training exercises using Tonal’s adjustable, modular machine, each targeting different muscle groups. With what Tonal has to offer, and in my few weeks of experience with it, you can clearly see how this could be a feasible replacement for the gym.

Essentially, Tonal is a complete cable machine, housed in a mirror-shaped box, which is modified to facilitate generally cordless exercises like bench presses and bicep curls. There are foldable and rotating arms mounted on either side – these are the foundations of Tonal’s vast utility. The device includes a 24-inch touchscreen that you can use to choose from various workout programs or create your own to follow. There are a number of plans to choose from depending on your goals and the muscle groups you want to focus on. Tonal recently introduced live training sessions with coaches, Peloton platform style. Like Peloton, access to live or recorded lessons depends on a monthly subscription (here, $ 50 per month) which gives everyone in your household unlimited access.

In addition to strength training, there are classes in Pilates, yoga, cardio, and more. Considering the cost of unlimited classes for in-person gyms (my personal gym offers unlimited classes for $ 250 per month), the monthly fee of $ 50 isn’t outrageous. And the quality of the courses, in my experience so far, has been good. Coaches’ scripts can be squeaky, especially in their attempts at humor, but the information is solid. The ability to pause workouts and swap out a wide variety of related exercise substitutions (due to injury or otherwise) also levels things up considerably. This is something that I really enjoyed, as the filters for selecting a substitution – the same muscles but not over the head, for example – helped bypass a shoulder injury for which I I am currently struggling with a short and satisfying job. You can also create your own workout to track using the 200 exercises in Tonal’s library.

Tonal has been my only mode of exercise for the past few weeks. If you’re looking for an alternative to the traditional gym like I was, you’ll want to add the smart accessory set. This includes smart handles (v. Workout mats, which brings the price up to $ 3,490 before the $ 250 discount for Black Friday. Obviously, none of this is cheap, but the investment could pay off over time in gym / class savings. Tonal is also compatible with Apple Watch and external heart rate monitors. Just note that the system resistance reaches 200 pounds.

Tonal says his Cyber ​​Monday deal will end at 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, November 29.

Drive system without mirror equipment for $ 995 ($ 1,495) at the mirror

If working at home in front of a giant screen rather than a living person (yuck) sounds appealing, but you don’t need a full training device to go along with it, then the Mirror is worth checking out.

Mirror’s 43-inch display is controlled via a smartphone rather than a touchscreen, which makes sense considering the device is still a mirror. The device’s class library includes live trainers (with personal commentary, if you like), and it’s a bit more extensive than Tonal’s library. There are 10,000 classes in 50 different categories, from boxing and yoga to dance and meditation. Classes mainly focus on workouts that require little or no equipment. You can opt for packs that include dumbbells and heart rate monitors, among other accessories, but the Mirror Basic may be all you need if you already have such equipment on hand. This device is on sale for $ 995 after that $ 500 Cyber ​​Monday discount.

Mirror’s website says this deal will end on November 29, but doesn’t give a specific time. For security reasons, we suggest those interested to place an order before 11:59 p.m. EST.


Peloton Bike + exercise bike starting at $ 2,145 ($ 2,495) to the Platoon

or the essential Peloton Bike with accessories from $ 1,495 ($ 1,645) to the Platoon

Not to be outdone, many ever popular Peloton treadmills and exercise bikes also have discounts of $ 250 to $ 350. The entire Bike + lineup is reduced by $ 350, for one, bringing it down to a starting price of $ 2,145. This also includes free shipping and assembly, which usually incurs an additional expense of $ 250. Compared to the base Peloton bike, the Bike + adds a larger rotating touchscreen with louder and clearer sound for use during non-bike workouts, such as strength training and yoga. It also offers automatic resistance adjustments that you can set to match your trainer’s suggestions during classes, as well as integration with Apple’s GymKit platform.

Base bike packs are more modestly reduced by $ 150, but that essentially wipes out the cost of the Peloton bike shoes, three-pound weights, and headphones. Tread, Peloton’s line of treadmills, also offers a $ 250 discount on accessory sets, with the smaller option including dumbbells, resistance bands, a workout mat, and a heart rate monitor. The name of the brand may remind some scary press earlier this year regarding the tread related injuries, but please rest assured that these are not the recalled items that had much larger and defective screens.

As a novice rider who has never been interested in this sport, I can say that the Peloton bikes really surprised me with their fun factor in testing. Coaches get to experience it, and Peloton’s roster is full of great on-screen talent to motivate, engage, and entertain you. Classes cost $ 39 per month per household or $ 13 on the app without the contents of the bike and treadmill.

Peloton says this Cyber ​​Monday deal ends Monday, November 29 at 11:59 p.m. EST.


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