Athletic clothing and yoga or zumba gear aren’t usually on sale during the holidays, but the Black Friday deals have already started online. If you are looking for discounted clothing, yoga mats, or anything else, Amazon now runs Black Friday deals on yoga and zumba essentials.
Currently, there are various deals and sales on the website, but among the hottest offers is 70% or more off women’s yoga clothing. You can save on comfortable tops, pants, and shorts or get the Stick-e Yogi in a Private Studio Bundle with Full Toe Socks at a 77% discount. The set includes one pair of full toed socks, one pair of yoga gloves, a yoga mat, and a lasso strap. In addition, there’s a promo code for the “Live What you Love Yoga Escape DVD” and is a great option if you are looking for a holiday gift.
The world’s largest online retailer also sells great yoga gifts under $25 and the offer lasts until December 7, so you have enough time to pick up the right gift. There are more than 600 items, including all the essentials you will need if you’ve decided to dedicate your free time to this sport and way of living. You can choose from specialized clothing and underwear, socks, yoga mats made of different materials, straps that will help through various poses and even the toughest stretches, exercise balls, massage therapy kits, foam wedges, silk eye bags, towels, starter sets, and many others.
Until December 7, you can also save big on Zumba items, if you check the Zumba gifts under $75. The website has selected several of the most popular DVD sets, which will guide you through the fun world of Zumba, whether you are a beginner or a professional, who needs to explore their limits. Besides the instructional DVDs, the sets include maraca-like toning sticks to add muscle to your sculpting workouts.
Most of the sales on Amazon will end on Saturday, November 29, but others will last longer. There are also limited-time deals every day, which offer ever deeper savings. So, committing yourself to a healthier lifestyle doesn’t have to be expensive, right?