When it comes to getting fit, there are a lot of options out there. You could join a gym, go for a run outside or even take up a new sport. But what if you want to get fit without leaving the comfort of your own home? That’s where a home gym comes in. 

A home gym is a great way to get a workout in without having to travel to a gym or deal with the weather. Plus, with savings of up to 64% off exercise equipment at Woot, it’s more affordable than you might think. Deals on treadmills, dumbbells, suspension systems and more are available now through June 14 while supplies last.

So what kind of equipment should you get for your home gym? That depends on your fitness goals. If you’re looking to build muscle, dumbbells and a weight bench are a must. If you’re more interested in cardio, a treadmill will do wonders to get your system going. 

Woot has the PowerBlock Pro 50 adjustable dumbbells marked off by $243, bringing the price to just $400. The set has a weight range of 5 to 50 pounds per hand, while taking up only a fraction of the space traditional dumbbell sets would. 

The most budget-friendly in the sale is the TRX All-in-One suspension trainer for $95, saving you $75 off the list price. And for $150, you can get the TRX PRO3 suspension trainer system, a more heavy-duty version for those looking for an elite workout. And for weight-training needs, check out the adjustable Olympic weight bench on sale for $150, a savings of 64%, featuring a leg developer and squat rack. 

There are a couple of treadmill options for your cardio needs, including one for $320 with an extra-wide running deck and a low profile design. And if you find yourself sore from working out, consider an inversion table for back pain relief and decompression. There is one available for $225. 

Grab key pieces for your home gym during this sale and you’ll never have to worry about fighting for a spot in the gym or paying for a monthly gym membership again. Be sure to check out more of the best fitness deals now.

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