If you’ve been attempting to build out your home gym over the past few months, you’re likely familiar with this term: “Temporarily out of stock.”
If you’re sick and tired of failing to find workout gear that’s actually available and being price-gouged by Craigslist ads, here are some options we found. All available. All on sale.
Cardio equipment for breaking a sweat
Whether you’re a former Orangetheory addict or simply looking for a cardio machine that won’t take up half your space, this commercial-quality rower has your name all over it. You’ll get an awesome, low-impact workout every time, and all you have to do is press a button to take the resistance up a notch or five. The best part? You can typically take it home for a casual $3195, but enter code VORTEX18 at checkout to take $1,395 off. You’re welcome.
Speaking of low impact, meet your space-saving treadmill alternative. Mimicking the feeling of being in outer space, this portable trainer and app bundle uses suspension and gravity to give your entire body a solid workout. Designed by a physical therapist, it sets up in minutes and lets you do running and resistance training even in tight spaces. It also offers a reduced body weight effect, reducing knee and landing impact. Plus, it’s on sale for $249. Good luck finding a tread at that price.
For strength training at home
Did you just say washboard abs? The ABXCORE is an ab machine that can help you work your way to a stronger core and defined abs. The company claims that all you need is seven minutes a day to enhance your abdominal muscles, flatten the tummy, lose weight, and of course, tone that soon-to-be six-pack. It’s on sale for $136.99.
Dumbbells sold out (still)? You really should give bands a try. For a kickass workout at home, these non-slip, absorbent resistance bands offer 10 lbs to 30 lbs of resistance that you can apply to various exercises, including curls, squats, and everything else (seriously, YouTube it). Think of it like ordering 10-30 lb weights, except the whole set will only cost you $39.99.
This exercise machine may look like it belongs to a contractor, but it’s actually designed to meet four common fitness goals: improve cardiovascular health, strength, core, and flexibility. It’s designed to automatically adjust to your strength and speed output and uses Isokinetic resistance to provide a workout twice as hard as traditional resistance exercises. It can be yours for $1,110.
Achieving your dream strength in a few weeks’ time sounds too good to be true, but this trainer is precisely designed to help you do just that. It utilizes rotational technology to offer smooth motion and ultimate variation in any exercise. You can use it for a full-body workout or isolate key areas you want to tone, may it be your arms, chest, legs, and more. It’s on sale for $79.99.
If you’ve grown tired of YouTube workout videos, The Chopper offers a way to spice up your indoor routine. It is shaped like an ax and utilizes chopping motions, giving you a full-body cardio and strength exercises. Thor, who? Bring one home on sale for $119.99.
More resistance band options for you, because you should seriously get some. This set features three bands that suit three different resistance levels: light, medium, and heavy. Each one works to stabilize your muscles, increase your stamina and endurance, and improve the overall quality of your workouts. Get the set for $16.99.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon, this workout gym system can be used with over 300 exercises, ideal when you feel like you’re plateauing. It offers a complete body workout and can also isolate all muscle groups for strength and symmetry. It’s on sale for $129.99.
Because we can’t get enough ab equipment, this is a portable sit-up device that features a suction base that mounts to any smooth surface. That means you can do sit-ups and other exercises wherever you want. It also has two leg belts built-in to prevent your feet from being injured during a workout. Usually $29.99, it’s on sale for $21.95.
Created by renowned bodybuilder Ron Williams, this fitness system features a unique exercise science called Arc Movement Technology, which works within the muscle and joint structure of the body. It helps you increase strength, all while building and sculpting your chest, shoulders, triceps, upper back, and abs. Get it for $96.99.
Tracking devices for staying accountable
If you want a trainer that fits right in your pocket, Fit Relief is a compact device engineered to help you achieve a full-body workout tailored to your needs. It’s controlled through your smartphone, and you can use it to strengthen your guns, treat pain, and speed up muscle recovery. It also lets you in on your progress, so you can track your entire fitness journey. Get it on sale for $74.99.
If you can barely find the time to break a sweat, the Activ5 allows you to get a workout in, no matter how busy your schedule is. It’s a device that pairs with your smartphone and allows you to build strength and flexibility by way of doing isometric exercises. Grab it on sale for $99.
Apps for streaming workout courses
Developed by Bollywood actor and fitness enthusiast Shilpa Shetty Kundra, this app provides you with a customized goal-based yoga and fitness program designed to help you shed some pounds, improve your flexibility, strengthen your core muscles, and tone your arms and legs. If you happen to be dealing with health issues, the app also has special issue-based programs that focus on diabetes, low and high blood pressure, immunity, sleep, and stress management. Get it on sale for $49.
With a subscription, YFM promises to deliver fun and engaging online workouts developed to build strength, improve flexibility, lose weight, and reduce stress. Whether you’re keen on yoga or kickboxing, the platform offers exercises that can help you feel and look your best. Get it for $29.99.
MoovBuddy is unlike any other exercise app in the sense that all its programs were designed by doctors and physios. Each workout is classified by body part (e.g. back, neck, knee, etc.) and situation (like office, long travels, gamers, post-natal, etc.), allowing you to break a sweat no matter where you are and what your goal is. Get a lifetime subscription for $49.99.
Attending a yoga class may not be feasible for now, but you can get an experience close to the real thing with Yogaia. It’s an interactive online yoga studio that broadcasts over 1,000 mind and body classes and workouts, from yoga and meditation to pilates and stretching and a whole lot more. Snag a subscription for $299.
For recovery and sculpting
After a particularly tough workout, you can use the Prosage Thermo to release tension and pain, activate muscles, and improve your recovery. Releasing 3,200 percussions per minute, it penetrates deep into your muscles, softens the stiff ones, breaks down knots, and offers relief for aches and soreness. It’s on sale for $149.99.
This slimmer belt is designed to wrap around your abdominal area and increase sweat and water weight loss while you work out. Whether you’re doing yoga, running, or weight training, wear this belt to correct your posture and sweat it out. Snag it on sale for $17.99.
Does your face need exercise, too? Some say yes. Work on defining your jawline with this seemingly-magical tool that delivers what it calls “a non-invasive facelift.” With practice, the device claims to not only help you achieve a slimmer face but also tone, firm, and strengthen the whole facial and neck area. Get it on sale for $42.99.