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If you're anything like us, we know how you feel about working out: either you don't want to feel like you're full-on exercising, or if necessary, you want to break a sweat in the comfort of your own home. Good thing we've got a winning array of sports and fitness deals to keep you moving. We found a basketball backboard and rim for $40, $50 off a $350 elliptical, and a $52 Everlast boxing bag perfect for practicing that one-two punch.
Is It Worth It?: Tired of shootin' bball outside of school? Take the game to your driveway with this basketball backboard. Featuring a steel rim, all-weather net, and compatibility with either pole or wall mounting, you'll be blowing through games of one-on-one and Around the World in no time.
You'll shoot and score other basketballs and baskets deals priced up to 80% off at Sport Woot. This is the first discount we've seen on such a large selection of basketball items at Sport Woot, with prices starting at $2.99.
Is It Worth It?: As any experienced duffer will tell you, a new set of golf clubs has many wonderful uses, including taking out your frustration over that quadruple bogey on yonder tree. This set includes a driver, 3 wood, 5 wood, 4 hybrid, and 5 hybrid (all with headcovers), 6 iron, 7 iron, 8 iron, 9 iron, pitching wedge, sand wedge, putter, and standing bag. It does not come with a handy book of golfing expletives, but chances are you've invented a few of your own digging out of bottomless sand traps.
Is It Worth It?: If there's one sporting arena more intense than the golf course, it's the boxing ring. And this 100-lb. bag will get you in fighting trim. It features a double end attachment and adjustable chain so you can hang it where you see fit.
Is It Worth It?: For those of you who don't mind going nowhere fast, this stationary bike is for you! Put it in front of the TV to pedal while you watch your favorite fall shows, or move it out into the garage and take advantage of street view you'll have with the door open. Features include an adjustable seat, LCD display, and bottle/cup holder with a 250-lb. weight capacity.
Is It Worth It?: Here's a deal worth running to get, all so you can spend more time low-impact running in place. This elliptical features 10 digital resistance levels, 10 personal-trainer workouts, slip-resistant pedals, an 18" stride, a heart-rate monitor, LCD display, iPod-compatible music port, and a workout fan. (Unfortunately the "workout fan" is not your sweetie cheering you on as you complete your grueling 5-minute workout.)