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There’s Never Been a Better Time to Upgrade Your Gym Look
You’ve likely seen the phrase New Year, New You plastered all over billboards, Instagram ads and in the windows of your favorite stores. While it’s a bit overdone, we have to admit, with that initiative comes the uptick in discounted activewear, sneakers and gear. Whether you’re starting a new workout routine or setting out to achieve a plethora of fitness goals in 2019, new gear can be a powerful motivator. After all, the hardest part about starting a workout is the preparation — once you’re in a class or on a run, it’s much easier to convince yourself to keep going (most of the time). Check out these impressive sales and then crush your 2019 goals in style.
Adidas End of Season Sale
Sneakers, apparel and accessories are all up to 50-percent off at Adidas.com today. Whether you’re in the market for a new pair of sneakers or want another version of your favorite style, now’s a good time to buy. Sales on Adidas Ultraboosts mean the sneakers will fly off the shelves, so we highly recommend you check this one out sooner rather than later.
New Balance Semi-Annual Sale
New Balance rules the roost when it comes to lifestyle apparel that’s also sporty. The 574 and 247 classics are both on sale as well as the Fresh Foam models. Save 20 percent and more at checkout.
With over 3,000 items to pick from (as of publishing), there’s no shortage of gear on Nike’s site. You can save an extra 25-percent off sale items when you use code SAVE25 at checkout. We’re partial to the Epic React Flyknit, Air Max sneakers and Zoom Pegasus 35, but there are loads of running, training and lifestyle apparel options as well.
Under Armour Sale
If temperatures are dropping a bit too low for you, Under Armour has the cold-weather gear you need to keep up your workout all winter long. Check out leggings, base layers, shorts, tees and more all on sale for up to 40-percent off.
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