The Best 2018 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals for Lifters — Equipment, Shoes, Apparel

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It’s that special time of year, the time of giving thanks, eating a ton of food, and doing some Black Friday shopping. Let’s call it what it is, but strength gear can be expensive, so waiting until Black Friday and Cyber Monday is a great way to save or two on items you’ve had your eye on for quite some time.

For a lot of athletes, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the absolute best time to stock up on barbells, squat racks, weightlifting shoes, knee sleeves, and the works. These items can add up quickly, so waiting until companies knock off a percentage of their total price or something like a shipping fee can be a very market savvy move for your wallet.

All week, we’ve been crawling the internet, the forums, and a plethora of company’s email newsletters to find the best deals for lifting gear. If you’re in need of new shoes, barbells, or equipment, then scroll down for the best 2018 Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.

Rogue Fitness Black Friday
Rogue Fitness Black Friday

1. Rogue Fitness

Okay, this is a big one, and it’s become famous throughout the fitness community. Rogue Fitness is hosting their annual Matte Black Friday sale, which is held from Monday, November 19th all the way through Sunday, November 25th. They have multiple specials going on including time sensitive sales, closeout deals, a “boneyard” deal, five for $5 shipping, and hundo-pricing (a Rogue Fitness special that decreases per every pound bought).

Reebok Black Friday
Reebok Black Friday

2. Reebok

Reebok has been having both Black Friday pre-sale daily deals and plans to provide their customers with a sizable deal on Black Friday itself. This year, Reebok has promised a whopping 40% off site wide with the code “BF18”. If you’ve been waiting for a time to buy new Reebok cross trainers or weightlifting shoes, this is a great chance to do so.

In addition, Reebok will be having a 50% off sitewide sale for Cyber Monday when you use the code “CYBER”.

  • Check out what Reebok has to offer this Black Friday here!


NOBULL will be having a Black Friday deal, but not in the form of a dollar amount off their shoes. Instead, NOBULL has provided the option to RSVP for some of their most popular, often sold out models if you buy through their website. If you’ve been waiting for NOBULL trainers, then it might be a good idea to RSVP as soon as possible!

NOBULL Trainers
NOBULL Trainers

A cross-training shoe that utilizes SuperFabric material to provide a supportive and comfortable fit.


4. Bowflex

Bowflex is offering both a Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale on a variety of their products. Their sale entails either a percentage off the piece of equipment of your choosing, or free shipping. All of the sales are variable based on the equipment chosen and the code “BF18” is you redeem the sale.

  • Check out various Bowflex home gym options and explore their Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales here!

5. Force USA

Force USA is offering 0% financing on their products, including the popular Force USA MyRack. Plus, exclusive to BarBend readers, you can get 5% off your first purchase by using code BARBEND, valid through the end of the year.

Force USA MyRack Modular Power Rack
Force USA MyRack Modular Power Rack

The Force USA MyRack Modular Power Rack is constructed with 12-gauge steel rack and is both easy to customize and cost efficient. 


6. Kettlebell Kings

Kettlebell Kings makes some of our best-reviewed bells, and this weekend they’re offering multiple promotions for Black Friday. There’s never been a better time to snag one of their Steel Standard or Powder Coated bells! Plus, BarBend readers get a special discount with the code “barbend” at checkout!

Get RXd Black Friday
Get RXd Black Friday

7. Get RXd

Get RXd is having sales galore on their website, where shoppers can get up to 50% off sitewide (subject to specific deals and products). For items not marked down 50%, most of the rest of their products are at least 10% off through November 26th.

8. Adidas

Adidas will be having a sale sitewide that entails up 50% off select apparel and footwear items. The sale doesn’t cover every item that Adidas offers, but there’s more than enough to keep any strength athlete happy. In order to apply Adidas’ Black Friday special use “BF18” at checkout. Adidas will be having a sale sitewide that entails up 50% off select apparel and footwear items. The sale doesn’t cover every item that Adidas offers, but there’s more than enough to keep any strength athlete happy. In order to apply Adidas’ Black Friday special use “BF18” at checkout on Adidas’ site.

Adidas Adipower
Adidas Adipower

A consistent weightlifting shoe that offers the Adidas TORSION System through the mid-foot with a .75" TPU based heel.


Onnit Black Friday Sales
Onnit Black Friday Sales

9. Onnit

Okay, stick with us here, because Onnit is offering a TON of Black Friday specials that run through November 29th. They offer different discounts on different categories of supplements, so we’ve broken it down by bullet point below.

• 25% off Onnit Supplements
• 20% off Onnit Foods
• 18% off Onnit Fitness Equipment
• 30% (and up) off Onnit Apparel
• 30% off Onnit Personal Care
• 50% off Onnit Books & DVDs
+ Up to 66% off DOORBUSTERS and amazing FREE GIFTS with purchase.


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Jake holds a Master's in Sports Science and a Bachelor's in Exercise Science. Currently, Jake serves as one of the full time writers and editors at BarBend. He's a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and has spoken at state conferences on the topics of writing in the fitness industry and building a brand. As of right now, Jake has published over 1,100 articles related to strength athletes and sports. Articles about powerlifting concepts, advanced strength & conditioning methods, and topics that sit atop a strong science foundation are Jake's bread-and-butter. On top of his personal writing, Jake edits and plans content for 15 writers and strength coaches who come from every strength sport.Prior to BarBend, Jake worked for two years as a strength and conditioning coach for hockey and lacrosse players, and was a writer at the Vitamin Shoppe's corporate office. Jake regularly competes in powerlifting in the 181 lb weight class, and considers himself a weightlifting shoe sneaker head. On the side of writing full time, Jake works as a part-time strength coach and works with clients through his personal business Concrete Athletics in Hoboken and New York City.