If you’ve been waiting for Black Friday deals to upgrade your home gym, this weekend is your time to shine as fitness equipment deals can be found on everything from dumbbells to exercise bikes right now. Not sure where to look first? Bowflex’s SelectTech Kettlebell, a cleverly designed strength training essential, is currently on sale for its lowest price ever on Amazon.
If you’re a regular MH reader, you know that we’re big fans of Bowflex’s SelectTech Kettlebell—and for good reason. The magic lies in the built-in dial, which can change the weight of your kettlebell in a snap. In this single piece of gear, you get a range of weight from 8, 12, 20, 25, 35, and 40 pounds. That way, you won’t have to buy even more kettlebells as you advance weight classes. So, whether you’re finessing your kettlebell swings or Sumo squats, this single piece of equipment will work overtime to cater to your needs. It’s no wonder why this pick has over 2,000 positive reviews on Amazon, a near-perfect score, and an “Amazon’s Choice” badge.
SelectTech 840 Kettlebell
$119.00 (40% off)
Of course, if that isn’t enough for you to go all-in on this sale, take it from our Fitness Director, Ebenezer Samuel, C.S.C.S. who says, “This is a great beginner-friendly kettlebell that starts at a weight light enough that you can learn any move and progresses to something that can give you the benefits of the kettlebell swing (one of the key kettlebell exercises you need to do with a bell for overall health and movement).”
By the way, we mentioned Bowflex’s SelectTech Kettlebell is on super-sale this Black Friday, right? Normally, this kettlebell costs $199; however, Amazon’s shaving $80 off the asking price. On sale for $119, this is the cheapest the Bowflex SelectTech Kettlebell has ever been.
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Kelsey Mulvey is a freelance lifestyle journalist, who covers shopping and deals for Marie Claire, Women’s Health, and Men’s Health, among others.
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