Get fit while you sit: These utterly genius under-desk workout machines are $66 off, today only

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Catch up on all your shows while getting a workout in. (Photo: Cubii)
Catch up on all your shows while getting a workout in. (Photo: Cubii)

Wish you could keep your blood pumping while you’re busy doing paperwork? Struggling with achy joints that are making you lose your motivation to even get off the couch? Well, guess what? You still have no excuse to remain out of shape, because it’s totally possible—in fact, it’s easy—to squeeze in a workout without even getting out of your seat.

Cubii Go Seated Under-Desk Elliptical Machines are 20 percent off, today only—saving you $66 and introducing a genius way to stick to your fitness goals.

If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

$263 $329 at Amazon

Set up this cool gadget anywhere you’re stationary—under a desk, beneath a dining room table, and yes, even at the foot of your couch—and multitask your way to toned hamstrings, powerful quads, and tight glutes while answering emails, watching TV, preparing dinner, or even rehabilitating from an injury.

Thanks to ultra-smooth and stable non-impact gears, the machines are gentle on joints and perfect for anyone trying to ease back into an exercise routine or hoping to supplement gym workouts in their downtime. Cubii Go Seated Under-Desk Elliptical Machines connect to your iPhone or Android phone, Fitbit smartwatch, or Apple Health Kit via Bluetooth to let you set goals and track your calories, strides, miles, minutes and RPM.

The smart device not only tracks your progress but acts as a virtual trainer, working to help you improve your posture and engage your core while you train. It has eight resistance levels, an ergonomic design, and it’s so quiet you won’t lose focus or risk distracting others in the room. In other words, family movie night is no sweat with this covert workout buddy.

under desk elliptical
This would look good under your desk. (Photo: Amazon)

You can’t add more hours to the day but you can maximize the ones you’ve got with a tiny, hands-free home gym. Pretty genius if you ask me—or any of the hundreds of Amazon reviewers raving over the Cubii Go Seated Under-Desk Elliptical Machine.

One happy customer called the Cubii Go the "best ever," adding, "You get addicted and really miss it when you cannot pedal. Up to doing 3000 steps a day in vie days. Already lost 10 pounds in two weeks. Very easy on the joints for those like me that have arthritis in your knees. Best money I have spent in a long time."

"The Cubii Go fits in front of my favorite chair and lets me exercise in the comfort of my own living room," said a fellow fan. "I combine pedaling with various stretching and weight exercises for my upper body to have a complete workout without going to a gym. This is such a great way to stay healthy."

Today only, Amazon is selling Cubii Go Seated Under-Desk Elliptical Machine at a steep discount—save $66 and rescue your health, too.

$263 $329 at Amazon

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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