Be it free weights, cycling, Sweaty Betty leggings, yoga gear - the leading brands have heavy discounts on their fitness and exercise gear for Cyber Monday.
Cyber Monday sales will last until midnight November 30.
Here's our round-up of the best kit available.
People have been waiting for the Sweaty Betty sale all week, and now that it is here, it isn't disappointing. 25 per cent off Every. Single. Thing on site. No codes required. For a brand that you wear when you sweat, they sure have taken the effort out for us.
Shop the full sale here.
Whatever form of trainer you're after, Asics has you covered. They sell some of the best running shoes on the market, particularly if you've got an issue such as over-pronation to correct. They're offering up to a fantastic 40 per cent off on shoes.
Wiggle Cycle Shop
Cycling, running, swimming. Wiggle stocks the best kit for all three, making it ideal if you're an outdoors sportsperson, and THE online fitness shop for triathletes. Their Black Friday sales are impressive - up to 50% off across all their ranges - with some particularly good deals on wetsuits and Garmin sports tech.
Shop the Wiggle sale here
This has been trending on Google for days - people have been waiting for this one. Nike has launched their Black Friday sale, and it's an impressive 25% across the whole site (limited exclusions apply). Just use the discount code SHINE2020 on checkout.
Shop the Nike sale here
The sports mega-store - they sell cycling, hiking, skiing, gym, running and horse riding gear has sales in every department, with discounts as large as 80 per cent.
Shop the Decathlon sale here.
Pro Direct is offering up to 80 per cent off - deals include football kit, clothing, boots, and trainers. You can pick up a pair of Nike football boots for £80 (formerly £115).
Shop the Pro Direct sale here
The outdoor fitness clothing retailers are currently offering up to 50 per cent on their outlet clothing, with the bonus that you can win the opportunity to spend £200 onsite on Black Friday with every purchase.
Shop the Craghoppers sale here
Blacks has up to 60 per cent off across the site. They're excellent if you're wanting to pick up a GPS watch and fitness tracker, ideal for outdoor multi-sport training, or hiking boots.
They're also offering an additional 15 per cent off selected lines with the code BF15.
Shop the Blacks sale here
Alo Yoga stock everything Yoga and Pilates related, from stretchy, comfortable clothing, to yoga mats and bands. They're offering a frankly whopping seventy per cent off across selected items with the code: EARLYACCESSCODE20
Shop the AloYoga sale here
TREADMILLS AND VIBRATION PLATES
Vitality for life
Vitality for life Black Friday sale
Vitality for life is offering up to 50 per cent off across it's range of treadmills and vibration plates.
Vibration plates work by vibrating as you complete body-weight exercises on them. The added movement causes your body to compensate for what's going on by activating twitch fibres in your muscles at a consistent and rapid rate, increasing the amount of energy you're using and stimulating muscle growth. The best deal in the sale is the VibroSlim Radial Plus 3D Fitness Vibration Plate - was £399, now £239 - it's foldable handles mean you can do pushups, tricep dips and planks on the plate.
The sale is also the place to go if you're after a foldable, at home treadmill.
Shop Vitality for life's sale here
Canterbury of New Zealand
CCC Phoenix Pro SG Boot
Purveyors of the finest of rugby apparel and equipment, Canterbury has an impressive 50 per cent off across site. Need some rugby boots for when contact sports resume? Stock up now.
Currys PC World's Black Friday sale is in full swing, with up to 50 per cent off across site. Best of all, though, is their promise that if you purchase something today, and find it cheaper elsewhere over the Black Friday sale, they will refund the difference - meaning you can shop in confidence.
They have great reductions available on fitness trackers.
GYM CLOTHES AND SHOES
New Balance has just launched it's sale with an impressive 40 per cent off it's clothing and shoes.
The Gym King
Gym King Core Active Shorts
Stylish and slinky gym apparel for those who want to look good as they work out. The Gym King is offering a whopping 75 per cent off their clothing.
Call them tantalising, but Reebok have launched a 'Black Friday presale' which suggests there may be greater discounts to come. For now, they're offering 20 per cent off clothes and apparel with the code BF20
Gymshark has kicked off their Black Friday sale early, offering up to 30 per cent off all their clothes on site. They make sturdy, comfortable mid-range gym wear, so they're ideal if you want to stock up on leggings, sports bras, pullovers, or sweat-wicking tops.
Shop the full sale here
Puma Cali Women's - now £50
The JD Sportswear Black Friday is in full swing. They have reductions up to 50 per cent off across site. This is the place to go if you need a sturdy yet fashionable pair of sports shoes: they have heavily discounted Puma, Adidas, Nike, Fila, and New Balance shoes, to name but a few.
Shop the JD Sportswear sale here
The Protein Works
The Protein Works
Looking to bulk up? Get shredded? Or just fuel a fast and furious work out? The Protein Works are offering up the an intriguingly precise 38% on it's selection of protein powders, protein bars, and nut spreads.
The top choice here is their Diet Meal Replacement Extreme, a popular meal-replacement, high in fibre, protein, and low in carbohydrates, that is good for warding off hunger pangs - though there's a range of flavours, the chocolate silk one tastes like a chocolate milkshake, without the hefty calorie count.
Shop the full range here
My Protein is currently offering 35 per cent off their 'best sellers' - the most popular protein powders, protein bars, and sportswear on site. Just use the discount code BEST.
Additionally, shoppers will receive free whey protein on orders over £30.
Shop the full range here
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