Best Buy Black Friday deal: $400 off this amazing elliptical machine for at-home fitness

One of the best early Black Friday deals we've seen yet: an elliptical machine for at-home workouts under $600!

Black Friday elliptical machines deal
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Please note, this deal has now ended.

Elliptical machines are among the most sought-after Black Friday fitness deals around, and Best Buy have found an absolutely fantastic deal. The online giant has no shortage of top exercise machine deals, but this is the among the cheapest (and best value) elliptical machine bargains we've seen. 

You can grab the ProForm Carbon EL elliptical machine for $599, down from an original price of $999.99. That's a $400 discount, an incredible saving, bringing this elliptical machine firmly into our "essential" category. Check out the deal below.

And if you're specifically looking for a cross trainer, check out our round-up of all the best Black Friday elliptical deals.

Black Friday fitness deal: Get the elliptical machine here

now $599.99 at Best Buy

Proform Carbon EL elliptical machine | was $999.99 | now $599.99 at Best Buy
Get a top-flight elliptical machine for home workouts for under $600, a real bargain. QuickSpeed buttons let you adjust resistance levels easily without interrupting the flow of your workout, and the oversize cushioned pedals provide plenty of stability.

The machine can hold up to 300lbs, and has front-mounted wheels so you can move and store it safely and easily. A 5" LED screen allows you to follow trainers and workouts all over the world with services like Peloton and iFit – and coincidentally, you also get a full year's membership to iFit when you buy. What's not to love?

Black Friday fitness deals: Why get an elliptical machine?

As a low-impact alternative to running and resistance training, ellipticals are perfect home workout machines. You'll gas yourself out by working your entire body at once, including arms, legs are core. They're also one of the best exercise machines for weight loss

Hitting nearly all your lower body muscle groups and pulling those levers with your arms, working out on an elliptical machine is tougher than it looks. It's also a very low-impact design, so there's no risk of harmful joint damage as there could be running on roads. In addition to the resistance training benefits, it can outdo treadmills, exercise bikes and rowers for exercise efficiency and value for money.

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Matt Evans
Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Channel Editor at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health and Red Bull, and covers all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.