Dwelling cardio tools is discounted at as much as 40% off at Dick’s Sporting Items for President’s Day

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Save 50 percent on this NordicTrack for Presidents’ Day! (Photo: Dick’s Sporting Goods)

Though gyms and various boutique studios have re-opened their doors after a difficult couple of years, a large number of the population remains so used to working out from home now that it doesn’t make sense to re-up a membership. Not to mention that we’ve all likely invested in some sort of equipment — large or small — that can last for years to come.

According to The Washington Post, the profits of fitness equipment retailers more than doubled to $2.3 billion from March to October 2020. Treadmill earnings skyrocketed by 135 percent and as for bikes, revenue almost tripled.

If you haven’t invested in a stationary bike, treadmill or other piece of machinery and are currently searching for one that provides a total body experience, Dick’s Sporting Goods just discounted a number of big-ticket cardio products that are perfect for you and/ or the family.

For a limited time you can save up to 40 percent off on treadmills, rowers, a touch mirror and more. Although some of them require a separate subscription service to participate, it’ll ultimately pay for itself over time.

We’ve spotlighted eight deals that caught our attention, but the entire inventory is worth checking out. During this Presidents’ Day weekend, snag any favorite now before others get the same idea and they sell out (again).

This do-it-all treadmil is $800 off. Run, don’t walk, to snap one up. (Photo: Dick’s Sporting Goods)

This machine, from industry leaders Nordictrack, features a cushioned deck and built-in fans, and can reach a speed of 12 mph. Thanks to its EasyLift function, no matter where this is placed, it’ll fold up stresslessly for easy storage. It’ll also include a 14″ smart HD touchscreen and Bluetooth headphone connectivity.

Wrote one satisfied fan: “I got this product about a month ago. I am so happy that I did! It is very well made and very heavy-duty. It also fits in a relatively small room. I use the iFit program with my treadmill, and it is so motivating, I barely feel like I am working out! You can also access iFit classes using your own device, such as a smartphone, tablet or smart TV and use it unpaired and still get the benefits.”

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$2,000 $2,800 at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Nordic Track EXP 10i Treadmill

This treadmill’s built-in fan will keep you cool; Dick’s 42 percent markdown makes it a breeze to afford. (Photo: Dick’s Sporting Goods)

Though a less expensive treadmill option, the EXP 10i’s quality remains superior, and the markdown is outstanding (42 percent!). The main differences include a slightly smaller touchscreen (10″ vs 14″) and, alas, it unfortunately does not fold up for easy transport. (Guess you’ll have to leave it out and keep using it.)

Wrote another fan: “This is an awesome treadmill for anyone looking to get active at home. Whether I’m walking, running, or hiking, this machine has great shock absorption – much better than any I’ve been on before! It has an impressive range of incline and decline, but my favorite feature is the iFit workouts!I love that the treadmill automatically adjusts to different paces and inclines depending on the workout I’m doing.It helps me to stay motivated in my workouts when there is a trainer right there in front of me!”

$1,600 $2,800 at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Nordic Track RW600 Rower

This rower has a capacity of 250 pounds…but with a little dedication you’ll be getting lighter in no time. (Photo: Dick’s Sporting Goods)

Seeing as rowing is the preferred form of cardio (its low-impact nature means a lot less wear and tear on your joints), you might want to take a real look at the NordicTrack RW600. Some highlights include 26 digital resistance levels, 10 levels of adjustable air resistance and an ergonomically molded seat. At just $1,000, it’s a lot less wear and tear on your wallet too!

$1,000 $1,600 at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Sole E35 Elliptical

The Sole E35 Elliptical is more than $1,000 off. Need we say more? (Photo: Dick’s Sporting Goods)

Ellipticals are another less-impactful exercise mode that also work upper and lower body, and the Sole E35 is a stellar option. Not only does it offer 10 integrated workouts based on exercise level, but there’s a pulse-grip heart rate monitor and chest strap-compatible heart rate tracker. A built-in fan keeps you cool from start to finish.

“I am very happy with this purchase,” raved one fan. “This elliptical provides smooth and quiet motion. It works out well for both my husband and I who have very different fitness levels. Time will prove quality, but so far we are very happy with the purchase.

$1,500 $2,600 at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Bowflex M6 Max Trainer

A super quiet drive system allows for a super seamless workout.

Think of the Bowflex M6 Max Trainer as both an elliptical and treadmill in one. You can work out to 40+ global routes that automatically adjust to your speed, and there’s even a magnetic media rack for tablet or smartphone. A one-year subscription to the JRNY app valued at $149 is also included, making this $200 discount especially attractive.

$1,500 $1,700 at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Nordic Track S22i Studio Cycle

Peloton, Schmeloton. Get your fitness regimen on — and $1,500 off — with this dynamo. (Photo: Dick’s Sporting Goods)

Back on the NordicTrack tip, the S221 stationary bike boasts a 22″ rotating HD smart touchscreen, a pair of 3 lbs. dumbbells and a 30-Day iFIT family membership. Oh, and right now it’s half its usual price!

“It’s like having a whole exercise studio in your own home!” reports one buyer. “Cycling classes and scenic rides, yoga and strength training classes. A year of iFit classes are included at no charge!”

$1,500 $3,000 at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Echelon Reflect Touch Mirror

If you crave versatility in your routine, then you need this mirror. (Photo: Dick’s Sporting Goods)

If you truly don’t have space for the aforementioned equipment, perhaps a touch mirror device is the best option to get a full body workout without compromising your living quarters. Live classes include yoga, pilates, strength, boxing and, for extra attention, one-on-one trainer session capabilities.

Added another reviewer: “I’ve always lacked motivation to get up and go to the gym. It’s so much easier and convenient to do from home. It’s like having a personal trainer at my disposal whenever I feel like working out, on my schedule . I get excited when I see new classes available and look forward to even more new content.”

$1,500 $1,600 at Dick’s Sporting Goods

Fitness Gear Multi Purpose Mat

Protect your floors, and your close-to-the-ground body parts, with this multipurpose mat. (Photo: Dick’s Sporting Goods)

Protecting floors, carpet, etc should be a priority when purchasing large fitness equipment. This multi-purpose mat is not only non-slip and easy to clean but also functions as a sturdy, comfy surface for stretching, aerobics, yoga and more.

Write a satisfied customer. “We purchased this mat to go under our new spin bike to protect the floor. It does exactly what it is supposed to. It is soft on top, but also slightly more rigid than a yoga mat (and much thinner). We purchased a second one to go under our treadmill as well.”

$60 $75 at Dick’s Sporting Goods

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