Save Up to $1,600 on Fitness Equipment From Dick’s Sporting Goods

Punching bags, treadmills, foam rollers and more

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We’ll spare you the usual “How ’bout those fitness resolutions?” ribbing.

There’s plenty of of time this year to get into shape, and you don’t need a monthly gym membership or Santa Barbara weather to do it.

Dick’s Sporting Goods is throwing a titanic sale for anyone looking to build a comprehensive home gym, or just add a pull-up station at the back of the garage. We’re talking deals on treadmills, BOSU balls, exercise bikes, ellipticals, boxing equipment, Olympic weight racks … the works. It’s all up to 50% off, and if you play your cards right, you could take over $1,000 off some expensive, well-reviewed machinery. 

Below, we’ve included our favorites from the sale. 

AFG Pro 7.2AT Treadmill
Spend the money you save here on a beach vacation. We’re not sure what’s going on with this discount, and we’re not going to question it. This is a high-performance treadmill with a powerful motor, incline options and tablet pairing.  

BUY HERE: $2,600 $1,000

SOLE SB700 Indoor Cycle
Pelo-who? SOLE is a no-frills, unobtrusive home bike that’ll pair with whatever fitness app you throw at it. 

BUY HERE: $1,300 $800

Everlast Powercore Dual Bag and Stand                     Everlast Powerlock Training Gloves                  
All you could need to go full Creed 2, at a very accessible total price of $245. 

BUY HERE: $300 $200                                                   BUY HERE: $55 $45

Body Champ 5-Station Power Tower
Great for pull-ups, dips and abdominal workouts. Tuck this one away (maybe in/outside the garage) and knock out reps post-run. 

BUY HERE: $250 $180 

ETHOS Dual Density Recovery Roller
You’re getting older. A foam roller is now essential personnel. Learn how to properly deploy one using our guide here. One benefit you can count on? Better sleep! 

BUY HERE: $35 $19

BOSU Balance Trainer
You really could design an hour-long, earth-shattering regimen based around this dome. We recommend starting by flipping the thing ball-face down and knocking out sets of 20 push-ups. Embrace the ensuing balancing act, it’s good for the muscles and your brain. 

BUY HERE: $120 $100

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