Every year you no doubt make a resolution to get in shape, lose some weight, tone up or dedicate some time each day to fitness. And every year, you probably put it off till spring, then summer, then decide you should wait until after the next season of . This year, finally engage your fitness goals head-on: Bowflex has a handful of one-day-only deals today only, New Year's Eve, that'll save you some cash while you upgrade to the equipment you need for your daily workout.
Ready to pump it up? Bowflex is offering discounts up to $250 on select models in the Bowflex Max lineup, and throwing in free shipping and a kettlebell to boot. Remember, though: These are valid today only -- from midnight Dec. 31 till the ball drops at midnight on Jan. 1, 2020.
The Bowflex Max Total is the top-of-the-line model in the Bowflex Max family. It's equipped with a touchscreen with access to personalized workouts as well as streaming video services like Netflix and Hulu. You can save $200 plus get a free kettlebell and free shipping when you use discount code SAVEBIG at checkout. This offer is valid on Dec. 31 only.
The M8 features dual-mode LCD/LED screens, multigrip dynamic handles, aerobars, 20 resistance levels and a premium media rack. The burn rate display is designed to motivate you by setting targets to help you achieve your goals -- short bursts of effort followed by longer periods of rest. You can get the M8 for $250 off, along with a free kettlebell and free shipping when you enter the discount code SAVEBIG at checkout. This offer is valid on Dec. 31 only.
An upgrade to the older Max Trainer M5, the Bowflex Max Trainer M6 also uses the popular Bowflex JRNY app. It features 16 levels of resistance and its burn rate display motivates you by setting targets to help you achieve your goals. You can get the M6 for $150 off, along with a free kettlebell and free shipping when you enter the discount code SAVEBIG at checkout. This offer is valid on Dec. 31 only.
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