Entrepreneur Daily Deals: Get in Shape With Big Discounts on Workout Gear
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Thanks to our friends at TechBargains, we've rounded up three can't-miss deals on workout-related stuff you won't want to miss. Check it out:
FitDesk Under Desk Ellipitical for $109.99 (Orig. $159.99)
If you're looking to get your heart rate up quickly and get the blood moving, then the FitDesk is a top choice for an exercise machine at your desk. It's sturdy and well built. This will not shake, vibrate or move and will operate silently so you can use it while you are on a call.
45-55 Percent Off Workout Shirts, Shorts & more at Kohls
This is a Kohl's doorbuster sale with savings on Adidas and Nike short and shirts. If you buy Kohl's inhouse brand TEK you can save about 50 percent off many items with an additional 15 percent off with sitewide discount code: GREATSAVER
Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbell Pair $279.99 (Orig. $549.99)
These popular SelectTech dumbbells save space by combining an entire rack of dumbbells into a set of two modular dumbbells. Simply turn the dial and select the desired weight up to 25 pounds. A single dumbbell can sell for $280 by itself but Amazon has it on sale nearly 50 percent off.
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