Total Gym exercise machines: Save up to $380 on home workout gear at Target
Save almost $400 on Total Gym's comprehensive home workout machines at Target. Don't miss out!
Even though lots of gyms have reopened, there's plenty of people who want to shed their "lockdown belly" but don't feel comfortable going back to the gyms just yet, due to the ever-present risk of coronavirus.
We can see why: even though gyms have taken safety measures such as masks, regular sanitation stations and positioning machines to ensure social distancing, the prospect of being trapped indoors with a roomful of sweaty, heavily-breathing people is something many people won't want to take part in right now.
Fortunately, there's a solution: exercise loads of different ways with these multi-faceted Total Gym exercise stations. Right now, Target has amazing deals on the Total Gym XLS, Total Gym Apex G1 and Total Gym Apex G3 models of its collapsible, compact fitness stations. Check out the deals in full below:
Total Gym XLS Unisex Universal Home Gym Workout Machine | was $1380.99 | now $999.00 at Target
Save $380 on the biggest and best of Total Gym's awesome range. Six levels of pulley cable resistance allows you to get a great arm and leg workout on the machine. An ab crunch belt and different inclines mean the bench can handle over 80 exercises, and the machine even folds up for easy storage. No assembly required.
Total Gym APEX G3 Home Fitness Incline Weight Training Machine | was $499.99 | now $399.00 at Target
Save $100 on the price of the mid-range Apex G3. With a sliding paddleboard for core training and eight levels of resistance on the pulleys, you'll get a fully comprehensive workout station you can use in a variety of ways. Simply fold it up to free up space.
Total Gym Apex G1 Home Fitness Incline Weight Training Machine | was $369.99 | now $299.00 from Target
With six resistance as opposed to eight and no sliding paddleboard, the Apex G1 is still a great choice for fitness fans on a budget. Thanks to the nylon handle and pulley system, the machine still allows for over 60 exercises to be performed, with the system taking a weight of over 300lbs.
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The Total Gym pulley machines are great for people getting into fitness who don't feel comfortable at the gym, but still want a full-body resistance training workout. They're foldable and easy to store, with almost unlimited possibilities to tone your legs, arms, shoulders, back, chest and core.
The pulley system allows you to mimic bench presses, lateral pulls, twists, leg raises and a whole vista of other gym exercises.
With up to $380 off the Total Gym systems, now is the best time to buy as these huge discounts speak for themselves. Don't miss out!
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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