Cyber Monday deals: Get ripped and save over 40% on dumbbell & barbell sets

This ER KANG adjustable dumbbell and barbell set from Amazon is just one top Cyber Monday steal

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We've been hunting out the best Cyber Monday fitness deals so you don't have - and, if you're working out at home (like everyone these days...) then we've got some top deals for you.

As part of the amazing Amazon Cyber Monday sale, you can now get a cool $80 off this ER KANG adjustable dumbbell and barbell set. Originally $189.79, you can now pick this 44lbs weights set up for just $108.99. Now that's what we call a Cyber Monday bargain!

A set of the best adjustable dumbbells is a must for your home workout equipment collection. Why? Dumbbells are great for upper body workouts, helping to tone, sculpt and strengthen your arms, shoulders and back, and an adjustable set means you can up the load as your strength increases.

If the ER KANG set doesn't suit your needs, we've also listed other top Cyber Monday dumbbell and barbell deals for you to peruse. So if you've been considering adding to your fitness kit, take a look at all the deals below.

And if you're looking for festive inspiration, check our our guide to the best fitness gifts to give this Christmas.

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ER KANG Adjustable Fitness Dumbbells Set | was $189.79 | now $108.99 at Amazon
As well as up to 44lbs of adjustable dumbbells, the connecting rod can transform the set into a barbell, providing even more versatility to your workouts. The special locking nut design prevents you from the risk of weight plates falling off during the workout. 

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25lbs Adjustable Dumbbell | Was $129.99 | Now $95 | Saving $34.99 at Walmart
This price is for a single dumbbell - but with this deal, you can happily invest in two without breaking too much of a sweat. The push-pull means you can quickly change the weight to any weight you need (5 pounds, 10 pounds, 15 pounds, 20 pounds, 25 pounds), and the cross-texture, no-slip bar ensures a strong, safe grip.

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AXLE Versatile Fully Collapsible Lightweight Olympic Barbell | Was $235.99 | Now $169.99 | Saving $66 at Target
This 55-inch, 11.2-pound Olympic style bar is perfect for a wide variety of exercises and workout routines. The ultra-light adjustable bar has a load weight limit of 150 pounds and comes with two locking clips.

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BalanceFrom Colored Neoprene Coated Dumbbell Set with Stand | Was $44.94 | Now $40.67 at Amazon
This cute neoprene dumbbell set is  perfect for beginners, featuring two 3lb, two 5lb and two 8lb weights, plus a handy stand. Ok, so it's not a huge saving - but it was a pretty low price to begin with, and those extra few bucks just sweeten the deal.

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Nice C Adjustable Dumbbell Weight Pair | Was $42.99 | Now $32.88 | Saving $10.11 at Amazon
If you're just looking for a light pair of weights to add some extra oomph to your workouts, then this is a great choice. Available in pink or blue, this pair of 4.5lb dumbbells offer superb grip and comfort.

Home fitness Cyber Monday deals: More options

Looking for other fit kit besides dumbbells and barbells? Consider these home gym essentials...

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TRX - Elite System Suspension Trainer | Was $199.99 | Now $149.99 | Saving $50 at Best Buy
Serious about busting a sweat at home with a killer bodyweight workout session? This is the set for you. The Elite Suspension Trainer kit comes with a set of four TRX resistance bands, helping you to maximize your resistance training routines. Feel the burn!

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Bodyboss 2.0 Full Portable Home Gym Package | was $179.99 | now $119.99 at Walmart
The Body Boss system uses your own body weight to weigh the platform down, and you use the resistance bands to push away from the platform, as if lifting a barbell away from terra firma. The platform and bar both collapse for easy transport and storage. It's a complete gym setup in one easy portable package.

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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.