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This NordicTrack treadmill deal is the Prime Day sale to beat

Prime Day Deal: Save $726 on a NordicTrack Treadmill with iFit Subscription

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Prime Day 2020 is only just warming up, yet we’ve already found what we could be the best deal we’ll see over the course of the next 45 (or so) hours: A NordicTrack Commercial Series Treadmill for $1670, down $330 from the usual $2000. But the discounts don’t end there. Amazon is also throwing in a free annual iFit membership worth $468, bumping the total order value up to $2467 and the size of the discount to $795. If you’re serious about building a home gym, this is is the deal to beat.

The NordickTrack Commercial Series can contain up to five individual exercise profiles and provides users access to live, studio, and global workouts. The 10-inch touchscreen makes it easy to follow along to the workout while running and also shows your stats for easy tracking. The SMART-Response motor helps with running and cardio training.

You can adjust the incline from -3% to 15% with a single touch through the OneTouch control. There is also a 12 MPH SMART OneTouch speed control, but the iFit Trainer automatically adjusts the speed and incline of the NordicTrack to match the requirements of the program as well as real-world terrain. You don’t have to leave the home to run through beautiful scenery–the screen will immerse you in the landscape and match the track you choose to run.

When your workout is over, the SpaceSaver design and EasyLift Assist means you can easily fold up the treadmill for compact storage. You won’t need two or three people just to move the equipment. This makes the NordicTrack a great choice for someone in a smaller space. Even if it is a bit heavy, just think of it as a continued workout. With a 300-pound capacity and a 22-inch by 60-inch tread belt, there is plenty of space while running.

The NordicTrack Treadmill is one of the single best Prime Day deals so far. The combined savings on the treadmill itself and the iFit Membership is unbelievable. If you want to set up a home gym to offset the quarantine calories, this is a great opportunity. Act fast, though–this deal won’t last beyond Prime Day.

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