Boost your metabolism and build core strength with these October Prime Day weights deals

These October Prime Day weights deals make it cheaper to build stronger abs

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Want stronger, more defined abs? Well, the October Prime Day weights deals have you covered. Right now you can stock up on weights discounted to as low as $19.86, all of which give you a heap of options when it comes to working your core and the rest of your body.

As part of the Prime Day Early Access Sale, you can save 20% on the Amazon Basics Cast Iron Kettlebell or, if you want the flexibility that an adjustable weight can offer, the RUNWE adjustable dumbbells are 38% cheaper now at Amazon.

Plus, if you're looking to cut back on a gym membership, investing in the best adjustable dumbbells gives you a simple way to have a whole range of weights in your home without the need to pay monthly fees. 

Here's where you can save with today's best Prime Day Early Access Sale weights...

Today's Amazon Prime Early Access Sale weights 

NordicTrack adjustable dumbbell | $79.99, $68 at Amazon

NordicTrack adjustable dumbbell | $79.99, $68 at Amazon
15% off a top brand like NordicTrack is a deal well worth snapping up...and fast. This adjustable dumbbell ranges up from 5lb to 25lb so you can match the weight to suit your workout. Ideal for training your core, arms, and legs, this dumbbell is a great all-round buy. 

Amazon Basics Cast Iron Kettlebell |$24.79, $19.86 at Amazon

Amazon Basics Cast Iron Kettlebell |$24.79, $19.86 at Amazon
Save a whopping 20% on this trusty 12lb kettlebell from Amazon today. Now under $20, this kettlebell is perfect for core workouts and moves like Russian Twists. Plus, its textured handle makes it easier to grip if you get a little sweaty. Don't miss out on this discount.

RUNWE Adjustable Dumbbells Barbell Set | $289.99, $179.99 at Amazon

RUNWE Adjustable Dumbbells Barbell Set | $289.99, $179.99 at Amazon
Work your core with a range of moves thanks to these weights that reach up to 45lbs on each side. There are eight weight plates and the dumbbell and barbell have coated handles to make them easy to grab hold of. Don't miss 38% off right now!

If the thought of crunches and sit-ups fills you with dread, then adding weights to your workouts can help to target your core just as effectively. In fact, many standing abs workouts can be done with weights and having an adjustable option means you can keep challenging yourself with a technique called progressive overload

From weighted side planks to dumbbell knee raises, there are lots of ways you can do an abs workout with weights and the benefits are backed by science too. A study in the Journal of Applied Physiology found that men who completed a heavy resistance training program increased their resting metabolic rate. 

We know that investing in workout equipment can be pretty expensive which is why it's worth purchasing with your future workouts in mind, rather than opting for lighter weights initially and then having to invest yet again later on. Don't miss out on these savings while they last. 

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Sophie Bird

Sophie is Editor at PetsRadar and was previously Editor (Maternity Cover) at Fit&Well and has worked in digital publishing for over five years after starting her career in print journalism. Sophie has worked across some of Fit&Well's biggest sister sites including TechRadar, Live Science, and Top Ten Reviews where she was a Section Editor. Her previous experience includes reviewing products, feature writing, and creating a magazine for cancer patients to support them through their treatment journeys. Sophie's love of all things fitness began when she was studying for a degree in English Language & Linguistics and she took up running in between lectures, which she found fantastic for stress busting. Since then, Sophie's switched to gym workouts and is trying her hand at yoga (although her Crow pose is still a long way off). Her top fitness tip? Find a form of exercise you enjoy and it won't feel like a chore.