Best fitness/activewear finds this week: Echelon Bike, adidas Early Black Friday, more

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All of the best fitness and activewear finds of the week can be found right here. Headlining this weekend’s deals is the Echelon Smart Fitness Bike for $350 off at $850. The early Black Friday deals are also rolling in, including $250 off Tonal, adidas discounts and bargains from Dick’s Sporting Goods. Be sure to hit the jump to find all of that and more.

Echelon Smart Fitness Bike

Get fit with the Amazon Echelon Smart Fitness Gear Sale. A particular highlight is the EX5 Connect Fitness Bike for $850 shipped. This bike usually goes for $1,200 and pairs well with Apple Fitness +. This is a great alternative to the Peloton bike with access to on-demand classes and workouts synced to popular music. The sale also includes the Echelon Stride Treadmill for $1,105, which is regularly priced at $1,299 and more.

adidas Early Black Friday sale 50% or 25% off

If you’re looking to upgrade your fitness attire or holiday shop, the adidas Early Black Friday deals will do the trick. You can score up to 50% off best-selling running shoes, sneakers, apparel, accessories, and more. Additionally 25% Off Regular and Sale Items w/ promo code BIGDEAL. This sale is exclusively for Creator Club Members, which is free to sign up. One of the most notable deals is the popular UltraBoost 21 Running Shoes that are currently marked down to $135 for men and women. These shoes usually cost around $180 and feature over 4,000 positive reviews from adidas customers. More standouts:

Tonal is like a an armed Mirror and it is $250 off

We love the Tonal here and this is the first sale we’ve seen in quite awhile. You get $250 off (or free shipping and installation, your choice) knocking the price down to $2745.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Pre-Black Friday deals

You’ll want to check out Dick’s Sporting Goods this weekend. You can find deals on Nike, Under Armour, The North Face, ASICS, adidas, Columbia, and more. If you’re on the hunt for a great Nike find, the men’s React Infinity Run Flyknit Shoes are currently marked down to $94 and originally sold for $160. This shoe was made for treadmill or road running and they’re highly flexible, which promotes a natural stride. This sale has hundreds of deals.

REI Gear Up Get Out Sale

If you’re a fan of taking your fitness routine outdoors during the fall and winter months, then you will want to check out the REI Gear Up Get Out Sale. There are deals on Patagonia, The North Face, Marmot, Columbia, and more. Plus, the discounts start with pricing at just $20. A standout deal from this sale is the men’s Marmot Tullus Down Jacket that’s currently marked down to $132. This jacket is regularly priced at $175. The water-repellant exterior makes it a fantastic option for outdoor sports and it’s infused with stretch.

FitBit Charge 5, Versa and Lux all go on sale

Finally, you will want to track your fitness journey with the Fitbit new Charge 5 Advanced Fitness Tracker for $130, which is $50 off the regular rate. Alongside heart rate and sleep tracking, there’s also SpO2, a new Daily Readiness Score, skin temperature, and the just-released ECG monitoring. This would be a great gift idea for almost any age. Looking for lower prices? Macy’s has Fitbit Versa is Black, Gray or Pink for $120 shipped or the Luxe for $99.95. (update Luxe and Versa 2 is matched at Amazon)

Others Deals:

  • Balance Bars Cookie dough 6 pack: $3 ($.50/ea) AC
  • SpoxFit 26″ Stability Fitness Ball after clip coupon plus 8CXPBZNP at checkout: $16
  • Nature Made vitamins and supplements 45% off at Amazon

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