Looking at the best Black Friday deals all day is a risky business. Eventually, even if you don't want to, you'll end up comparing deals to each other and stop asking yourself the real question, "Do I need this in the first place?". Of course you do! It's such a good deal. Unmissable, even. Treat yourself.
This was precisely the thought process I went through before I purchased the below products. And although I was adamant about not getting a lot of fitness stuff this Black Friday, I ended up buying workout gear and shoes, the latter of which I really don't need as I have dozens of running shoes at home.
Aaaaaaaaanyway, as well as getting stuff for myself, I bought Christmas presents for my peeps, too, something you might want to consider doing as not only this will help you stress less in December, but you'll end up spending less too. Winner winner, chicken dinner!
What made the cut this year? Have I purchased those awesome-looking Monster, Inc. Adidas shoes I said I would if they were on offer? How about discounted barbells? Gymshark tank tops? How about the Garmin Venu 2?
Here are some Black Friday fitness deals to browse also the best Garmin deals and best Fitbit deals to pore over. Peloton has an up to 70% apparel sale that is worth checking out. We also have a live blog of the best Nike and Adidas Black Friday deals.
adidas x Disney Monsters, Inc. Stan Smith
Adidas Disney's Monsters, Inc. Stan Smith: was £90, now £63 at Adidas (opens in new tab)
Ever wish you could wear Sulley's fur from Disney's Monsters, Inc. on your feet? If so, you're in luck! This Stan Smith variation is pure Disney magic. Better still, these shoes are made with Primegreen, a series of high-performance recycled materials. 50% of the upper is recycled content and contains no virgin polyester. Made with vegan alternatives to animal-derived ingredients or materials.
- STATUS? Bought!
Gymshark Bold Stringer: was £25, now £20 at Gymshark (opens in new tab)
This slim-fit stringer has a racerback shape and a scooped neckline so you can make a statement every time you walk in the gym. The textured back print and Gymshark logo to the chest will help drive home the message that you take lifting seriously. For other offers from Gymshark, take a look at our Gymshark discount codes (opens in new tab).
- STATUS? Gymshark has a flat rate of £3 delivery charge so I'd need to add more in the basket to make this a worthwhile purchase.
ZHIYUN Smooth-X Gimbal: was £39.99, now £29.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This cheap and cheerful gimbal from Zhiyun is perfect for content creators on a budget. The telescopic grip allows for taking selfies easier and you can switch between portrait and landscape mode with a press of a button. Apply the £10 off voucher on the product page.
- STATUS? Bought this for my son as he's really into creating his own little videos for Youtube.
RØDE Wireless GO - Wireless Microphone System: was £185, now £165.38 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Rode's Wireless GO is lightning in a bottle: it combines incredible sound quality with superb user experience. Just clip the received on your camera and the transmitter to your belt and you're ready to go! Up to 70m range, built-in rechargeable batteries that last up to 7 hours.
- STATUS? Seriously considering getting one, although it's not a massive discount. I do need a reliable microphone for shooting videos though...
Mirafit M210 Half Power Rack: was £249.95, now £199.95 at Mirafit (opens in new tab)
If you take lifting at home seriously, you need an M210 Half Power Rack. Using this power rack, you can perform a range of exercises including squats, bench presses and pull-ups. The adjustable design has 16 levels and comes complete with UHMW lined J-Cups.
- STATUS? Haven't bought it yet, just need to convince my partner it's not an OTT decision to store a power rack in our living room.