20 fitness deals for building your home gym that aren’t sold out

Beatrice J. Doty
20 fitness deals for building your home gym that aren't sold out
20 fitness deals for building your home gym that aren’t sold out

If you’ve been attempting to build out your home gym over the past few months, you’re likely familiar with this term: “Temporarily out of stock.”

If you’re sick and tired of failing to find workout gear that’s actually available and being price-gouged by Craigslist ads, here are some options we found. All available. All on sale.

Cardio equipment for breaking a sweat

Vortex VX3 Fluid Assist® AR Water Rower

Whether you’re a former Orangetheory addict or simply looking for a cardio machine that won’t take up half your space, this commercial-quality rower has your name all over it. You’ll get an awesome, low-impact workout every time, and all you have to do is press a button to take the resistance up a notch or five. The best part? You can typically take it home for a casual $3195,

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Missing the Gym? Experts Say You Might Want to Consider Taking an Outdoor Fitness Class

Beatrice J. Doty

As many states begin entering re-opening phases—including opening retail stores, restaurants, and movie theatres—experts agree that one of the highest risk environments for contracting coronavirus is the gym. So, what should you do if you want to start exercising and home workouts aren’t satisfying? Consider taking an outdoor group fitness class, such as pilates, yoga, or barre. You’ll get the same health benefits of exercising in the open air as you would in a studio or gym, but there’s far less chance of spreading germs.

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“Doing group exercise activities outdoors is going to be much more safe than doing (it) indoors,” Dr. Amesh Adalja, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and an infectious disease physician, told TODAY. “That could be much more conducive to social distancing and putting in measures that might make it less likely to

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California Gym Uses Personal Pods for Classes After Coronavirus

Beatrice J. Doty

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Some gyms around the country have reopened from extended closure due to the coronavirus pandemic and little has changed beyond a new dedication to cleanliness and policies to reduce crowd capacity. For others, totally new procedures are in place—or will be, as not all states have passed the public health requirements for reopening just yet—like temperature checks at the door, compulsory mask policies, and strict social distancing practices. Then, there’s Inspire South Bay Fitness in Redondo Beach, California.

The fitness club made headlines with local station KTLA5 after debuting its solution for community training in the age of COVID-19: individual training pods—which gym owner Peet Sapsin dubbed “Gainz Pods” on Instagram—for clients to use to participate in group workout classes while remaining isolated.

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