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Grab an at-home rowing machine on sale for under $250

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TL;DR: As of Nov. 16, you can get the Stamina X Magnetic Rower for just $223.99 instead of $279 — that’s a 19% discount.

Have yet to spot a good gift for your workout buddy? They might appreciate a machine that could be a welcome addition to almost any home gym. The Stamina X Magnetic Rower is a full-body workout machine that’s on sale for just $223.99 (reg. $279). 

A smooth ride toward fitness 

It may not take you up a river, but this magnetic rower could be just the machine to help you reach your fitness goals. Glide along on eight levels of smooth magnetic resistance. The only real noise will likely be you panting. That’s probably because rowing uses 86% of your muscles

Break a sweat in style on a machine that’s built for comfort and gains. The molded, padded seat is stable and comfortable, and you can strap your feet in for added safety. The rowing handles are wrapped in a grippy, soft foam, and the whole machine is even mounted on upgraded floor protectors. It’s probably hard to get a good workout when you’re worried about your hardwood floors. 

Don’t forget to take a break and enjoy whatever tasty treat you have in the convenient cup holder. You could also keep your phone in there and watch movies or listen to music. When you’re done for the day, the Stamina X stores easily upright, or you could slide it under a bed. Then it’s time to relax.

Working out is hard enough as it is, but doing it alone can be demotivating. Your workout machine also comes with free access to smart audio coaching from müüv. Row, row, row your best workout yet with the assistance of müüv’s smart, user-informed fitness guides

Get a full-body workout from one machine 

Whether you’re giving yourself the gift of a better fitness regimen or picking up a gift for your workout buddy, get the Stamina X Magnetic Rower for just $223.99 (reg. $279). That’s 19% off. 

Prices subject to change.

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