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Posted 16 August 2023

Fitness Reductions - Pro Fitness Exercise Bike - £146 / Opti Magnetic 2 in 1 Cross Trainer - £132

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A few reductions today on exercise gear, with the below just being a few examples. The first one below looks pretty good for a budget machine, but if you really can't see yourself using the cross trainer all that much, I'd actually consider spending the £146 on the standalone bike here.

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Opti Magnetic 2 in 1 Cross Trainer and Exercise Bike - £132

With both forward and reverse motion for toning your upper and lower body as well as improving your fitness levels, this 2-in-1 cross trainer and exercise bike will help you reach your goals. It comes with a large padded, height and reach adjustable saddle, oversize non-slip pedals, eight levels of adjustable magnetic resistance and a 7-function LCD exercise monitor. It improves your co-ordination and balance and helps you boost cardiovascular fitness as you burn calories.

  • Magnetic resistance system.
  • Hand grip pulse sensor.
  • Console feedback: scan, speed, distance, time, odometer, calories, pulse.
  • 8 level tension control.
  • 3kg flywheel.
  • 11 inch stride length.
  • Maximum user weight 100kg (15st 10lb).

Pro Fitness EB1000 Exercise Bike - £146

Good looking and easy to use. This Pro Fitness exercise bike will help you reach your fitness goals and with eight levels of manual tension you can choose how quickly you progress. It has an adjustable armrest angle and an inertia wheel that will give you a smooth and quiet ride, without leaving your home. A five inch LCD monitor will help you keep track of your speed, distance, calories, time, and pulse keeping you motivated on your fitness journey.

  • Magnetic resistance system.
  • Hand grip pulse sensor.
  • Console feedback: Speed, distance, calories, time, pulse, perpetual calendar, temperature.
  • 8 level tension control.
  • 4kg flywheel.
  • Self levelling pedals.
  • Maximum user weight 120kg (18st 13lb).

Pro Fitness Mixed Weights Storage Rack - £36.69

Our mixed weights storage rack helps keep your home gym organised. With 2 tiers and a total width of 48 inches there's plenty of room to store dumbbells from 2.5kg to 12.5kg. Designed to safely and securely handle up to 90kg. Plus the flat top rack and the precision angled bottom rack makes your weights easy to access.

  • Made of industrial steel, this rack is as tough as nails. And it has a baked matte powder coated finish that's resistant to chips and scuffs.
  • Maximum user weight 90kg (14st 2lb).
  • Size H73cm, W41cm, D58cm.
  • Diameter 0.15cm.
  • Weight 9.5kg.
  • Self-assembly.
  • Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 0702556121665.

Pro Fitness EC2000 Elliptical Climber - £246

Combining the benefits of a vertical climber, elliptical trainer and exercise stepper all in one. More than just a cardio machine, the stepper provides a full-body workout. Magnetic resistance and 7kg flywheel in sealed shell design. Two-way precision bearing. Noiseless and smooth workout. Easy to move with its transportation wheels. Space-saving with its compact design.

  • Magnetic resistance system.
  • Hand grip pulse sensor.
  • Console feedback including: time, speed, distance, calories, pulse.
  • 8 level tension control.
  • 7kg flywheel.
  • Transportation wheels.
  • 5.9 inch stride length.
  • Maximum user weight 100kg (15st 10lb).

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  1. sumpter's avatar
    I know nothing about exercise bike specs, but is a 4kg flywheel a negative? I'm looking for something suitable for someone with a degenerative knee to aid weight loss
    lucky_rio's avatar
    Don't use exercise as your main wait to lose weight. Use exercise (in this case the bike) to get fit, healthy and strengthen your knee. Eating in a calorie deficit will be the way to lose weight. Eg its easier to eat 300 less calories per day than it is to burn 300 calories each and every day through exercise. A 4kg flywheel is on the lighter side but it really depends on whats suitable for you. Worth doing some googling before buying (edited)
  2. MikeLondon's avatar
    What would you recommend for burning belly fat? I have no idea what's a good deal was thinking of a folding treadmill.

    argos.co.uk/pro…439 (edited)
    shez129's avatar
    You can’t burn fat in specific areas - body doesn’t work like that. You gotta lose body fat overall
  3. Mattyblob's avatar
    Thanks for this, our clothes airer just broke so perfect timing
  4. MikeLondon's avatar
    Thanks for the replies- some great advice
  5. Father-Jemima-Racktool's avatar
    What's better: 60 mins on elliptical OR 40mins where 5mins warm up and then 30s of sprint every 3mins. The latter kills me but I'm convinced it's 'better'
    lucky_rio's avatar
    Better? Depends on what you're trying to achieve
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