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Bros and girl-bros, we know you didn't even lift in 2013. But that's okay because now you're among the 38% of Americans whose new year's resolutions include weight loss. Due to the popularity of these resolutions, tons of merchants are trotting out their sweetest deals on exercise equipment and accessories and we've rounded up the best of the best. Bros, we've got no less than five Editors' Choice fitness deals, including $159 off a dumbbell set, $40 in savings on a utility bench bundle, and an all-time price low on an exercise bike.
Is It Worth It?: You could try to develop killer biceps by lifting things up and putting them down, or you could just pick up this weight set for $16. That's an $18 savings on these vinyl weights, which are filled with cement (a substance that experts have assured us is heavy). This set includes 40 lbs. of plates, two 14" dumbbell handles, and collars.
Is It Worth It?: If every day is upper body day at your house, then Walmart also offers this Weider adjustable dumbbell set. Switch up your workout on the fly with this set, which includes 90 lbs. of weights that you can easily add or subtract with eight adjustment settings. Featuring a stand with two storage trays, this set costs just $200, a $159 savings.
Is It Worth It?: Full-body fitness requires more than just dumbbells. This utility bench and medicine ball bundle is a great way to introduce more variety into your workouts. A $40 price low at $49, this versatile bundle is tied with our June mention of the bench alone. The multi-position bench features a 4-roll leg lockdown, slant board, and exercise chart. The bundled medicine ball is available in weights from 2 lbs. to 12 lbs.
Is It Worth It?: If low-impact cardio is more your style, then you'll want to catch this all-time price low on the Weslo Pursuit E 26 exercise bike. Coupon code "KMART10PSAVINGS" knocks it down to $77 (a $13 drop from our previous mention), and SYWM members even bag free shipping. Folks of all fitness levels will love this bike, which features adjustable resistance, an LCD display, water bottle holder, and 250-lb. weight capacity.
Is It Worth It?: After your workout, it's good idea to get some protein. You could go the Bear Grylls route and choke down a giant larva ... or you could always drink a protein shake like a normal human being. Preparing 25 oz. of powdered whey protein goodness is easy with this convenient Body Fortress shaker. It's a steal at $2; just clip the 20% off coupon on the product page and add it to your cart via Subscribe & Save.
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