MIRROR extended its Cyber Sale, and you can get one for $500 off

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Most exercise equipment can only do one thing, or it only works out one body part at a time. For example, you can cycle on an indoor bike or run on a treadmill. However, MIRROR gives you a diverse set of exercises, so you get a total body workout every time. In turn, you’ll get stronger all over, and it won’t get boring, so you’re more likely to stick with it. Not to mention, you get more bang for your buck — especially now that MIRROR is $500 off and offering free shipping and installation.

If you haven’t heard of it, MIRROR is the “nearly invisible home gym” by lululemon. When it’s not in use, it looks like a full-length mirror. But turn it on, and it’s a screen where certified trainers from some of the country’s top fitness studios lead you through workouts and provide live feedback and motivation.

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Classes range in genre from barre, yoga, boxing and bootcamps to strength training and dance classes — there are actually over 50 types of classes to choose from. Classes also range in length from five minutes to 60 minutes and are available in beginner to expert levels. Additionally, you can choose from curated playlists featuring popular music, or you can sync it with Apple Music to use your own playlists during classes.

There’s a lot to keep you motivated here, too. You can join a competitive class to earn points when you hit target heart rate zones, join a workout program, or even invite friends with MIRROR to take a class with you.

You’ll need a membership to access classes, but it only costs $39 a month to get unlimited live and on-demand workouts for up to six people in your household. (It comes down to about $1.30 per day.)

When it comes to fitness, correct form is important not only for getting the best workout but also for preventing injuries. If you exercise at home, it can be hard to make sure you’re doing every move correctly. However, MIRROR has advanced camera technology and proprietary algorithms to deliver in-workout adjustments based on your fitness goals and personal preferences. Also, since it is a mirror, you can watch your form in your reflection as you work out.

MIRROR launched its big Cyber Sale just before Black Friday, but good news — it recently extended the sale. For a limited time, you can score MIRROR for $500 off and get free shipping and installation. Altogether, that’s a $750 value. To get the dealuse code MIRRORGIFT21 at checkout.

MIRROR Pro Set, $1,295 (Orig. $1,795)

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You can buy MIRROR on its own, but the best deal is actually on the MIRROR Pro set. This set includes the MIRROR in addition to a heart rate monitor, fitness bands, a lululemon reversible mat and mat strap, a yoga block, a workout towel, a double foam roller mini and the brand’s new weights.

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MIRROR’s weights are no ordinary free weights. They’re actually fully integrated smart weights that track reps and form for you. They range from 1 pound to 35 pounds, and you can choose which ones come with your set. The weights are also ergonomically designed and feature a matte chrome finish, non-slip grip and rubber surround. (You can purchase the weights on their own, too. They start at $50.)

MIRROR’s delivery time is one to two weeks (the weights will ship in January 2022). So if you’re an overachiever and already thinking about your fitness goals for the new year, you could get your MIRROR just in time.

If you liked this article, check out one editor’s full review after riding the SoulCycle at-home bike for one month.

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