If you haven’t gotten your holiday shopping started yet, perhaps this will be the nudge you need: The best Black Friday fitness deals of 2022 are officially here. Whether you’ve started working out at home and have discovered that you love it, or you prefer to work out in a gym setting, start making moves to snatch up these Black Friday savings on gym equipment and activewear.
Our eyes are peeled for fitness discounts on pricey home gym equipment such as treadmills, exercise bikes, rowing machines, and other cardio equipment. We’re also on the lookout for smaller gym and fitness equipment such as dumbbells, yoga mats, on-demand exercise subscriptions, and running shoes.
Where to shop the best Black Friday fitness deals
Big-name retailers like Amazon, Target, Best Buy have sitewide sales underway, with more deals still rolling out. Meanwhile, activewear brands like Lululemon, Nike, and Girlfriend Collective are purging their inventory and sale sections to make way for the holiday collections. From high-tech Nike running shoes to top-rated cardio machines, there’s something on this list for all of your fitness goals. Keep reading for all of the helpful information you’ll need for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, plus the deals that are actually worth shopping.
When do Black Friday fitness sales start?
Black Friday is today, November 25, but as you know, Cyber Monday is right around the corner—so mark your calendar for November 28, too, for even more stellar savings.
The best Black Friday fitness deals going on now
Not only have we spotted deals on larger pieces of equipment like treadmills, ellipticals, and exercise bikes, we’ve also found coveted fitness tech (including AirPods, Bose and Beats headphones, and percussive massagers) on sale, too. In the way of activewear, there are deals aplenty, from Lululemon’s best-selling Align leggings to the cult-favorite Natori sports bra on sale at Nordstrom.
Here’s a snapshot of the best Black Friday fitness deals of 2022 to look out for:
Target’s Black Friday deals are not to be missed. So far, we’ve seen excellent deals on fitness tech, including Apple devices like AirPods, AirPods Pro, and Apple Watches, plus the SELF Fave Beats Studio3 headphones and Hyperice massagers. You can also save big on exercise equipment ranging from ellipticals to barbells.
Nordstrom has a slew of amazing Black Friday sales going across its site right now, but, for our purposes here, we’re focusing on the retailer’s particularly exciting activewear deals—including top-rated Nike sneaks, Natori sports bras, and Zella leggings.
Retail giant Amazon has some excellent deals on all the at-home fitness equipment you could want to round out an affordable home gym: fitness trackers from Fitbit, highly-rated indoor bikes and treadmills, weightlifting gear like adjustable dumbbells and kettlebells, massage guns, and more. Amazon is also an unexpected source for sales on Bose headphones and your favorite activewear brands like Under Armour.
Lululemon is a low-key fantastic site to shop during Black Friday, with enticing discounts on workout leggings, sports bras, and other activewear. Its secret “We Made Too Much” sale section is chock full of best-selling fitness gear. To name a couple must-haves, we’re eyeing the ever-popular, buttery soft Align leggings and the Invigorate Bra, which is excellent for high-impact workouts like running and HIIT.
Want to bring your studio cycle experience straight into your home? We recently awarded the SoulCycle At-Home Bike a SELF Home Fitness Award for best stationary bike for its heart rate-boosting classes and high-quality construction, and right now you can get all that for $600 off.
Best Buy easily has some of the best Black Friday fitness deals of 2022. Just take a look at these price cuts on Bowflex treadmills, Schwinn stationary bikes, and Therabody’s percussive massagers. Besides equipment, the retailer also has some noteworthy deals on headphones and other electronics (unsurprising).
Nike knows how to do a sale—even before the holidays. Right now, you can take up to 60% off on tons of apparel, accessories, and footwear. So if you’re looking for workout sneakers, cool activewear, and comfy loungewear, now is the time to buy.
The top outdoor retailer is offering up to 60% off outerwear, hiking apparel, footwear, fitness tech, camping essentials, and more gear that’ll help you get back to nature in style.
If “relax” is on your holiday to-do list, Therabody (maker of the Theragun line) has a Black Friday deal you won’t want to miss. You can save up to $50 on vibrating rollers, up to $150 on the brand’s popular massage guns, and even more on compression boots right now.
This is one seriously exciting deal from Hydrow, a SELF Home Fitness Award-winning brand of rowing machine that offers live and on-demand classes, a super smooth ride, and vertical storage.
From now through December 9, you can take 35% off sitewide at Girlfriend Collective, with additional markdowns on sale items, outerwear, swim, sleep, and more, with no code necessary. That means dramatic price cuts on everything from eco-conscious leggings to on-trend workout dresses.
If you’re looking to score super soft leggings and sports bras, outdoorsy fleeces and hats, and the ever-popular Exercise Dress, now’s the time to do so, when select OV styles are discounted by as much as 70%. However, sizes are going fast, so act quickly.
Alo’s sleek, smooth, studio-ready styles are 30% off (and up to 70% off sale items) at the brand’s sitewide Black Friday Sale. If you were considering refreshing your legging collection, let this be your sign.
Looking for new, affordable cardio equipment? Walmart is your one-stop shop for majorly marked down treadmills, ellipticals, and more.
Some online-only sales are available at Dick’s Sporting Goods for treadmills, sneakers, and more. We spotted the Horizon Fitness treadmill for over $1,000 off and Nike running shoes for under $100.
Right now, you can save 30% off sitewide at Sweaty Betty with the code SBSAVE. Then, on November 28 and 29, score 50% off more than 100 best-selling products from the brand.