Setting up a home gym may have felt like a necessary evil last year, but a lot of us have now come to love the ease of a convenient, membership-free setup. It’s pretty great to have somewhere to slip in quick workouts in between video calls, right?

But, creating the ideal home gym is easier said than done if you don’t want your setup to take up too much square footage. I mean, there will come a day when you won’t want your living room to be covered in ankle weights and resistance bands.

Foldable Treadmill

Sunny Health & Fitness
amazon.com

$399.82

If you’re looking for a space-efficient way to break a sweat, you’re in luck. Right now, Amazon is slashing the price of Sunny Health & Fitness’ insanely popular treadmill ($356, Amazon). This may look like a run-of-the-mill treadmill at first glance, but it has over 1,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, a 4.4/5 rating, and the highly-coveted “Amazon’s Choice” badge of approval.

Decked out with nine pre-structured cardio programs and three adjustable incline settings, this versatile treadmill is perfect for running rookies, incline walkers, and aspiring marathoners alike. Satisfied customers especially rave about the belt’s light cushioning to minimize impact on your joints—a must if you suffer from achey knees or ankles. And, if you want to keep tabs on your stats, there’s an LCD monitor that will track your pulse in addition to the time and distance of your workouts.

Best of all? The compact design easily folds up to be stored in a closet or under your couch seamlessly, so you can squeeze in a workout sesh without cramping your home decor style.

While this treadmill normally costs $408, Amazon is currently shaving over $50 off the asking price. At $356, this treadmill isn’t necessarily cheap. But, when you compare it to the money and time you spent on a gym membership, it’s money well spent. Just imagine all the incline walking you can get in while watching the next season of Love Is Blind.

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