Horizon Fitness Black Friday Deal Has Begun — Save $100

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first_imgThis treadmill has basically every improvement and innovation you can think of. It claims to be 33% faster than other treadmill motors when it comes to speed and incline changes, and it has a 22×60-inch deck so you won’t have to worry about falling off. This deck also has three-zone cushioning to keep you from finishing up your workout with achy knees.The 7.8 AT has a full color display with options for phone or tablet placement, along with Bluetooth connectivity and speakers so you can track your heart rate, play fitness classes or listen to your favorite podcast or playlist. There’s an included Bluetooth chest strap too! And as for your actual workout, you’ll be able to easily adjust your speed and incline with the QuickDial controls, or switch things up with the one-touch Interval Keys. And when you’re ready to go hard? Try the Sprint 8 HIIT program. It claims to “engage fast-twitch muscle fibers and naturally stimulate Human Growth Hormone (HGH). This triggers a response in the body that melts fat, encourages lean muscle mass and increases energy.” When you’re done, just fold the treadmill up in one step and store it away, out of sight, until your next workout! See it!Get the 7.8 AT Treadmill (originally $2,699) for just $1,899 with code BF100 at Horizon Fitness with free shipping! Code valid through November 29, 2020.7.0 AE Elliptical7.0 AE EllipticalHorizon FitnessWhether you’re more of an elliptical person or want to really go full out with your home gym, you won’t be sorry that you checked out the 7.0 AE. If you’re looking for a smooth ride and a durable machine (Who isn’t?), then you’ve found the one. Just as with the 7.8 AT Treadmill, this elliptical has Bluetooth connectivity and integrated speakers, as well as a rapid-charge USB port so your phone won’t die mid-workout!This elliptical is specifically designed to “encourage ideal body position and movement” so your workouts are pain-free, efficient and comfortable — which means they will last longer. The more comfortable you are, the less likely you are to quit mid-push! Speaking of push, this elliptical can push data to top tracking apps, which is especially important if you’re tracking your food for the day too. More working out equals more food! Your purchase includes a free Horizon app too, letting you control your workout from your phone or tablet.This elliptical has an advanced power incline, which basically means it’s not messing around. It has 20 levels of resistance! Your glutes, hamstrings and calves will thank you (once they’re finished feeling the burn). The transitions are smooth too, and they can be done with the touch of a button.Reviewers say having this 7.0 AE elliptical in their life “has been wonderful,” and they’re even calling it “better than the ones [they’ve] used at gyms.” It’s super quiet too, making it perfect for a home environment. They say it’s “worth every penny” — and they said that before the Black Friday deal even started! See it!Get the 7.0 AE Elliptical (originally $1,999) for just $899 with code BF100 at Horizon Fitness with free shipping! Code valid through November 29, 2020.Looking for something else? Shop everything else at Horizon Fitness here!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at ShopWithUs@usmagazine.com. Happy shopping! Sponsored content. Us Weekly receives compensation for this article as well as for purchases made when you click on a link and buy something below.Was your fitness routine completely thrown off course this year? Many of us experienced an unexpected halt to our daily exercises all the way back in March, whether we were simply grabbing a few thousand steps on our commute to work or hitting the gym every morning. Suddenly we were working from home, our gym was closed and the stress of everything was really impacting our daily life. It was tough even finding healthy groceries in stock for a while!- Advertisement – 7.8 AT Treadmill7.8 AT TreadmillHorizon FitnessThe first thing we want to point out about this treadmill (and all from the 2020 Studio Series) is that it’s designed to be used with any streaming fitness class or training app. That means you can connect to Zwift, Peloton, Studio.live and more without having to commit solely to one specific program. You can change it up without having to buy an entire new machine!Reviewers say this treadmill is “just enjoyable to use” and that “its responsiveness is like no other.” It’s “a real workhorse” too, one shopper saying it “feels like a high end treadmill you would find in a commercial gym”!- Advertisement – Even now, many people are still working from home, and if your gym is open, it’s probably limited capacity — or you just don’t feel like renewing your membership is worth the risk. Your experience and feelings are valid, and so many are in the same boat as you. But that doesn’t change the fact that you’re ready to dive back into the health and wellness world. The thing is, if you can’t go back to your old routine, what is your new one going to look like?The best place to start (and stay)? Horizon Fitness. It’s time to bring the gym to you. Some people have trouble finding the motivation for an at-home cardio workout, but there’s a good chance they’re only working with a yoga mat and maybe a couple of dumbbells or bands. Just imagine how much that would change if there were a gym-grade treadmill or elliptical in the picture — and how thrilled you’d be to buy one (or both) for a major sale price!Black Friday 2020 has already begun at Horizon, and with holiday meals and desserts on our own horizon, we’re grateful to be able to go in with a plan. From now through November 29, 2020, Horizon is offering an extra $100 off its 7.8 AT Treadmill and its 7.0 AE Elliptical with code BF100! The 7.8 AT is from the new, wildly successful 2020 Studio Series treadmill lineup, while the 7.0 AE is from the brand’s Advanced series. Both have futuristic smart technology, and they’re both ready to change your life for the better. 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first_imgAs members of the prestigious Trojan athletic program, USC’s finest student-athletes are rarely displayed in a light which depicts them as anything other than competitors inside the white lines.Hidden talent · Junior outside hitter Tri Bourne will have his artwork featured inside the Galen Center’s Hall of Fame starting Feb. 11. – Photo courtesy of USC Sports Information But thanks in large part to the family of USC alumnus Louis Galen and the Roski School of Fine Arts, 18 USC athletes are again getting the opportunity to display their abilities on a much different type of canvas — the Louis Galen ARTLETICS Exhibition.Whereas a swimming pool, tennis court or football field usually allows for these individuals to showcase their talents to large audiences, these individuals will now be performing on a stage, which celebrates their artistic passion and creativity in fields such as drawing, painting, ceramics, design and digital photography.This collaborative project by the USC Athletic Department and the Roski school will be the fifth endeavor of its type on campus and will run from Feb. 11 to March 21 inside the Galen Center’s Hall of Fame.The highly-accomplished list of athletes who will be presenting their works of art at this year’s annual exhibition spans over 11 different varsity sports: football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, track and field, men’s water polo, men’s and women’s tennis, rowing, women’s golf, swimming and cross country.This year’s group includes: Marlena Adamska (rowing), Victoria Alimonda (golf), Iskra Angelova (rowing), Tri Bourne (volleyball), Ashley Corral (basketball), Robert Erickson (football), Robert Farah (tennis), Brett Giery (water polo), Sophie Gosper (swimming), Dina Hegazy (swimming), Matt Kecki (tennis), Rebecca Lett (cross country), Vanni Mangoni (swimming), Katalin Mate (track and field), Dalilah Muhammad (track and field), Mitch Mustain (football), Valeria Pulido (tennis) and Scott Stephens (football).Among the notable members of the list of athletes are Farah and Kecki, who were on last year’s NCAA national championship men’s tennis team and Mangoni, who went on to win the Pac-10 400-yard swimming individual medley in 2008.Mustain served as the backup quarterback the past two seasons for the football team, Giery played on the back-to-back national championship men’s volleyball team in 2008 and 2009, Corral currently leads the Women of Troy’s basketball team in scoring and Bourne was an outside hitter on last year’s NCAA runner-up men’s volleyball team.Erickson and Stephens have appeared in special teams action for the Trojans, and Mate and Muhammad are versatile track and field athletes. Mate, a transfer from Auburn, placed fourth in the discus at the 2008 NCAA championships. Muhammad finished third in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles in the 2009 NCAA championships.This year’s crop of artists also includes two student-athletes who are no strangers to ARTLETICS — Hegazy and Mangoni. Both Hegazy and Mangoni have now been part of the last three Galen art exhibitions.While Hagazy’s accomplishments are well-documented in the pool; her artistic résumé illustrates how, despite a rigorous schedule, she is not afraid to swim the extra lap. Last year, her work was selected for an exhibit featuring art by NCAA student-athletes shown at the NCAA Convention in Washington D.C. and at the NCAA Hall of Champions in Indianapolis.An open reception to honor the ARTLETIC recipients will be held at the Galen Center at noon Feb. 24 and will be free and open to the public.The exhibition will be available for viewing during all athletic events held at the Galen Center, or by appointment.last_img read more