Elliptical machine deal: Save $350 on the Horizon Fitness EX59 at Dick's Sporting Goods
Grab a great deal on the Horizon Fitness EX59 elliptical machine at Dick's Sporting Goods
The best elliptical machines are always in high demand, because they're incredibly versatile pieces of kit. For one thing, they're a fantastic cardio workout, and with the ongoing global health crisis shutting down gyms in some areas, many people are looking to invest in equipment of their own.
They're also a great resistance training, total-body workout that has low impact, protecting your knees and ankle joints while building muscle to support them in your legs and arms. It's small wonder they're flying off shelves, many with absolutely stellar discounts applied.
For example, take the Horizon Fitness EX59 elliptical machine. Normally, this awesome elliptical is $999.99, but Dick's Sporting Goods is currently offering the exercise machine at $649.99, a massive $350 saving. Check out the deal in full below, and check out our round-up of all the best Black Friday elliptical deals for more savings.
Horizon Fitness EX59 elliptical machine | was $999.99 | now $649.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods
Save a cool $350 on this awesome elliptical. With six core features that enhance fit, comfort and movement, the unique design provides easy access to the pedals, more headroom for lower ceilings and an easy, ergonomic motion.
This elliptical machine really does have everything: lower pedals to maximize headroom (essential if you live in a house or apartment with lower ceilings, a natural forward motion thanks to pedal resistance and 10 levels of magnetic resistance for a serious workout.
It's got its own Bluetooth audio speakers so you can pipe in your own soundtrack, a tablet rack to watch your favourite TV shows while you work out, and even a water bottle holder. The frame doesn't fold up, but the Horizon Fitness EX59 has everything else you want out of a top-notch elliptical machine or cross trainer.
Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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