Ditch the fancy home gym equipment for this total body fitness trainer on sale



Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.

TL;DR: Boost your home workout routine with the Terra-Glide Total Fitness Trainer, on sale for $194.99 — a $4.01 savings — as of Sept. 4.


In case you haven’t noticed, the concept of home fitness has completely changed. It used to be dominated by Jane Fonda and her legion of leg warmer-wearing folk, and then celebrity trainers releasing tapes packed with cookie-cutter workouts. Since YouTube fitness vloggers took over, it’s often only people who don’t have time to squeeze in trips to the gym who utilize their workouts.

But now, it’s becoming more apparent that home gyms are the new norm. More and more people are doing away with gym memberships in favor of Pelotons and Mirrors. But you don’t need to drop thousands on fancy home equipment to get a full-body workout. The Terra-Glide is a prime example, as it delivers balance, core strength, and functional fitness without the expensive price tag.

The Terra-Glide is a multifunctional gym designed to integrate the fitness industry’s most popular exercises. It features a biomechanically superior balance trainer and is equipped with various tools that allow users to execute total body workouts, including retractable wheels and handles. You can use it however you see fit, whether as a balance trainer, an aerobic step, an ab machine, a glute builder, and more. Its nuts and bolts allow endless versatility combined with super easy storage, so it doesn’t take too much space in your home.

See it in action:

The Terra-Glide also features a dynamic air-filled surface, engaging four times as many muscles as doing the same exercise on solid surfaces, all while greatly enhancing balance. Plus, thanks to its commercial-grade specs, it can last for years of use at all levels.

Break a sweat without breaking the bank with the Terra-Glide Total Fitness Trainer. Normally $199, you can slash a few bucks off and get it for $194.99 for a limited time. That’s much less than what you would have spent on a Peloton.

Credit: Terra Core Fitness

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