35 Cyber Monday Fitness Deals You’ll Regret Not Shopping Before Midnight

New Year’s Day is unofficially the biggest shopping holiday of the year for fitness gear as people lean into their annual resolutions. But real deal seekers know that Cyber Monday is actually the best opportunity to score items like exercise equipment, activewear, fitness trackers, and sneakers at a steep discount. 



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Cyber Monday sales from retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Nordstrom on brands like Lululemon, Adidas, and Mirror make it possible to outfit not only your home gym but your workout wardrobe — and all the other essentials needed to tackle your health and fitness goals. 

Some of the best Cyber Monday fitness deals we’ve spotted so far include $50 off Amazon’s best-selling treadmill, $45 off an adjustable dumbbell set, and $60 off a stationary bike. Of course, nothing will go better with a fresh home gym setup than a new pair of leggings (like this Lululemon pair that’s 50 percent off) and a fitness tracker to maximize your workout (like this Suunto watch that’s 42 percent off).

And while many popular fitness items — like treadmills, stationary bikes, and dumbbells — tend to sell out around early January, they’re fully in-stock ahead of the holidays. Better yet, they actually make spectacular gifts for loved ones trying to make the most of their time spent social distancing this winter. 

Ready to get your goals on? Shop the 35 best Cyber Monday 2020 fitness deals happening now.

Best Home Gym Equipment Deals



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  • Sunny Health and Fitness Folding Treadmill, $349.97 (orig. $399); amazon.com
  • DDFE Adjustable Dumbbell 40.4lb Set, $183 (orig. $228); amazon.com
  • YOSUDA Indoor Cycling Bike Stationary, $99.99 (orig. $199.99); amazon.com
  • Bala Weighted Anklet Set, $34.30 (orig. $49); anthropologie.com
  • TheraBand Resistance Band Set, $11.26 (orig. $15); amazon.com
  • Heathyoga Eco Friendly Non Slip Yoga Mat, $29.96 (orig. $49.95); amazon.com
  • Skonyon Adjustable 25lb Dumbbell, $99 (orig. $129); walmart.com 
  • Echelon Connect Sport Indoor Cycling Bike, $497 (orig. $599); walmart.com
  • P. Volve Starter Kit, $112 (orig. $159.99); pvolve.com



Don’t miss these deals on treadmills, fitness trackers, and wireless headphones


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Don’t miss these deals on treadmills, fitness trackers, and wireless headphones

Best Fitness Tracker Deals



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  • Suunto 9 GPS Sport Watch, $346.37 (orig. $599); amazon.com
  • Apple Watch Series 5, $329 (orig. $429); amazon.com
  • Fitbit Sense Advanced Smart Watch, $279.95 (orig. $329.95); amazon.com
  • Polar Ignite Advance Waterproof Fitness Watch, $199.90 (orig. $229.95); amazon.com
  • Garmin Instinct Rugged Outdoor Watch, $149.99 (orig. $299.99); amazon.com

Best Activewear Deals



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  • Colorfulkoala High-Waisted Yoga Pants, $20 (orig. $25); amazon.com
  • Under Armour Women’s ColdGear Authentic Leggings, $35.99 (orig. $49.99); amazon.com
  • Lululemon Fast and Free High Rise Tight 25″ Ice Dye, $69 (orig. $138); lululemon.com
  • Spanx Booty Boost Active Leggings, $78.40 (orig. $98); spanx.com
  • Alo Yoga Airbrush High-Waist 7/8 Leggings, $62 (orig. $78); aloyoga.com
  • Wacoal High Impact Underwire Sports Bra, $27 (orig. $72); nordstrom.com
  • Sweaty Betty Stamina Longline Sports Bra, $30.80 (orig. $44); sweatybetty.com
  • Puma Women’s Women’s Solstice Seamless Sports Bra, $12.78 (orig. $15.85); amazon.com

Best Sneaker Deals



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5 factors make it more likely you’ll suffer long term

Blood collection specialist Niilo Juntunen removes the IV from recovered coronavirus patient Monica Jacobs as she finishes donating convalescent plasma at the Central Seattle Donor Center of Bloodworks Northwest during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) global outbreak, in Seattle, Washington, September 2, 2020.

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A new study has identified the main factors that make it more likely that patients will suffer long term from the coronavirus.

“Long Covid” is the term given to people who recover from coronavirus but continue to suffer from a wide range of symptoms, such as shortness of breath, migraines and chronic fatigue.

A new analysis by researchers at King’s College London, using data from the COVID Symptom Study app, shows that 1 in 20 people with Covid-19 are likely to suffer symptoms for at least eight weeks.  

The study, published Wednesday, looked at data from 4,182 users of the COVID Symptom Study app who had tested positive for the virus and had been consistently logging their health.

The team found that older or overweight people, women, those with asthma and those with a greater number of different symptoms in the first week of their illness were more likely to develop “long Covid.”

Risk factors

Delving into the risk factors more closely, the study by King’s researchers found that long Covid affects around 10% of 18-49 year olds who become unwell with Covid-19, with the percentage of people affected rising to 22% for the over-70s.

Weight also plays a role, with it affecting people with a slightly higher average BMI (body mass index).

Women were much more likely to suffer from long Covid than men (14.5% compared with 9.5%), but only in the younger age group.

The researchers also found that people reporting a wide range of initial symptoms were more likely to develop long Covid, as were people with asthma, although there were no clear links to any other underlying health conditions.

As for the commonly reported symptoms of long Covid, the research identified two main symptom groupings; One was dominated by respiratory symptoms such as a cough and shortness of breath, fatigue and headaches.

The second grouping “was clearly multi-system, affecting many parts of the body, including the brain, gut and heart,” King’s noted.

Predictive model

The researchers have now used these findings, which are due to be published as a pre-print on Medrxiv (distributes unpublished eprints about health sciences) and have not yet been peer-reviewed, to develop a model that can predict who is most at risk of long Covid by looking at an individual’s age, gender, and count of early symptoms.

The lead researchers, Dr. Claire Steves and Professor Tim Spector, said the research could be used to help target early interventions and research aimed at preventing and treating long Covid.

“It’s important we use the knowledge we have gained from the first wave in the pandemic to reduce the long-term impact of the second,” Steves, a clinical academic and senior author of the study, noted.

“This research could already

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