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35 Cyber Monday Fitness Deals You’ll Regret Not Shopping Before Midnight

New Year’s Day is unofficially the biggest shopping holiday of the year for fitness gear as people lean into their annual resolutions. But real deal seekers know that Cyber Monday is actually the best opportunity to score items like exercise equipment, activewear, fitness trackers, and sneakers at a steep discount. 



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Cyber Monday sales from retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Nordstrom on brands like Lululemon, Adidas, and Mirror make it possible to outfit not only your home gym but your workout wardrobe — and all the other essentials needed to tackle your health and fitness goals. 

Some of the best Cyber Monday fitness deals we’ve spotted so far include $50 off Amazon’s best-selling treadmill, $45 off an adjustable dumbbell set, and $60 off a stationary bike. Of course, nothing will go better with a fresh home gym setup than a new pair of leggings (like this Lululemon pair that’s 50 percent off) and a fitness tracker to maximize your workout (like this Suunto watch that’s 42 percent off).

And while many popular fitness items — like treadmills, stationary bikes, and dumbbells — tend to sell out around early January, they’re fully in-stock ahead of the holidays. Better yet, they actually make spectacular gifts for loved ones trying to make the most of their time spent social distancing this winter. 

Ready to get your goals on? Shop the 35 best Cyber Monday 2020 fitness deals happening now.

Best Home Gym Equipment Deals



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  • Sunny Health and Fitness Folding Treadmill, $349.97 (orig. $399); amazon.com
  • DDFE Adjustable Dumbbell 40.4lb Set, $183 (orig. $228); amazon.com
  • YOSUDA Indoor Cycling Bike Stationary, $99.99 (orig. $199.99); amazon.com
  • Bala Weighted Anklet Set, $34.30 (orig. $49); anthropologie.com
  • TheraBand Resistance Band Set, $11.26 (orig. $15); amazon.com
  • Heathyoga Eco Friendly Non Slip Yoga Mat, $29.96 (orig. $49.95); amazon.com
  • Skonyon Adjustable 25lb Dumbbell, $99 (orig. $129); walmart.com 
  • Echelon Connect Sport Indoor Cycling Bike, $497 (orig. $599); walmart.com
  • P. Volve Starter Kit, $112 (orig. $159.99); pvolve.com



Don’t miss these deals on treadmills, fitness trackers, and wireless headphones


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Don’t miss these deals on treadmills, fitness trackers, and wireless headphones

Best Fitness Tracker Deals



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  • Suunto 9 GPS Sport Watch, $346.37 (orig. $599); amazon.com
  • Apple Watch Series 5, $329 (orig. $429); amazon.com
  • Fitbit Sense Advanced Smart Watch, $279.95 (orig. $329.95); amazon.com
  • Polar Ignite Advance Waterproof Fitness Watch, $199.90 (orig. $229.95); amazon.com
  • Garmin Instinct Rugged Outdoor Watch, $149.99 (orig. $299.99); amazon.com

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Best Activewear Deals



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  • Colorfulkoala High-Waisted Yoga Pants, $20 (orig. $25); amazon.com
  • Under Armour Women’s ColdGear Authentic Leggings, $35.99 (orig. $49.99); amazon.com
  • Lululemon Fast and Free High Rise Tight 25″ Ice Dye, $69 (orig. $138); lululemon.com
  • Spanx Booty Boost Active Leggings, $78.40 (orig. $98); spanx.com
  • Alo Yoga Airbrush High-Waist 7/8 Leggings, $62 (orig. $78); aloyoga.com
  • Wacoal High Impact Underwire Sports Bra, $27 (orig. $72); nordstrom.com
  • Sweaty Betty Stamina Longline Sports Bra, $30.80 (orig. $44); sweatybetty.com
  • Puma Women’s Women’s Solstice
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Dave Grohl teases Foo Fighters’ ‘party album’ Medicine at Midnight | Celebrity news

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Foo Fighters’ new record ‘Medicine at Midnight’ is their “Saturday night party album”.

Dave Grohl and co gave fans the first taste of their delayed 10th LP with the lead single, ‘Shame Shame’, which they debuted on ‘Saturday Night Live’ over the weekend.

And now, the ‘Learn to Fly’ hitmaker has teased that fans can expect a totally different and “fresh” sound on their follow-up to 2017’s ‘Concrete + Gold’.

Speaking to NME.com, Grohl said of their upcoming nine-track collection: “Since it’s our 10th record and 25th anniversary, we decided years ago that we wanted to do something that sounded fresh. We’ve made so many different types of album, we’ve done acoustic things, we’ve done punk-rock things, mid-tempo Americana type of things. We have a lot of albums to fall back on, so you just have to go with our gut feeling and I thought instead of making some mellow adult album, I thought ‘F*** that, let’s make a party album.'”

Asked what type of “party” it is, the former Nirvana drummer explained: “A lot of our favorite records have these big grooves and riffs. I hate to call it a funk or dance record, but it’s more energetic in a lot of ways than anything we’ve ever done and it was really designed to be that Saturday night party album. It was written and sequenced in a way that you put on, and nine songs later you’ll just put it on again. Y’know, songs like ‘Making A Fire’. To me that’s rooted in Sly & The Family Stone grooves, but amplified in the way that the Foo Fighters do it.”

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Dave Grohl on Going in a Different Direction with Upcoming ‘Party Album’ Medicine At Midnight

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Many Foo Fighters fans were disappointed when their favorite rock band had to cancel all their 25th-anniversary plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, after debuting “Shame Shame” live on Saturday Night Live over the weekend, the Foo Fighters are officially back with a record that fans might not expect from the lineup.

“We have a lot of albums to fall back on, so you just have to go with our gut feeling and I thought instead of making some mellow adult album, I thought ‘Fuck that, let’s make a party album’,” Dave Grohl told NME.

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Grohl said Medicine at Midnight is “more energetic in a lot of ways than anything we’ve ever done and it was really designed to be that Saturday night party album.”

Without giving too much away, he said that the title track is reminiscent of David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance,” but Foo purists will be happy to know that there is one song, “Waiting on a War,” which is “the most recognisable [sic] song off the album as Foo Fighters.”

With the album set to release in February, NME couldn’t help but ask about playing the new music live.

While Grohl would love nothing more than playing the new material live, they don’t feel it’s safe to do that just yet.

“Until that can happen safely,” he said, “we’re just gonna have to fucking knock it out in the rehearsal room.”

Grohl emphasized the importance of live music in an essay he wrote for The Atlantic in May. But it seems that between their performances on SNL and then getting back in the rehearsal room with the band, Grohl is looking forward to the day they can put on a live show.

“To be honest, being away from it for six or seven months,” he said, “not seeing the guys and having instruments in our laps, getting back to the rehearsal place and playing together to no one was just the best feeling in the world. When we get back and once it happens that we walk on stage to an audience, I have a feeling it’ll be the best show and the best feeling the band’s ever had.”

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Dave Grohl teases Foo Fighters' 'party album' Medicine at Midnight

Foo Fighters’ new record ‘Medicine at Midnight’ is their “Saturday night party album”.

Dave Grohl and co gave fans the first taste of their delayed 10th LP with the lead single, ‘Shame Shame’, which they debuted on ‘Saturday Night Live’ over the weekend.

And now, the ‘Learn to Fly’ hitmaker has teased that fans can expect a totally different and “fresh” sound on their follow-up to 2017’s ‘Concrete + Gold’.

Speaking to NME.com, Grohl said of their upcoming nine-track collection: “Since it’s our 10th record and 25th anniversary, we decided years ago that we wanted to do something that sounded fresh. We’ve made so many different types of album, we’ve done acoustic things, we’ve done punk-rock things, mid-tempo Americana type of things. We have a lot of albums to fall back on, so you just have to go with our gut feeling and I thought instead of making some mellow adult album, I thought ‘F*** that, let’s make a party album.'”

Asked what type of “party” it is, the former Nirvana drummer explained: “A lot of our favorite records have these big grooves and riffs. I hate to call it a funk or dance record, but it’s more energetic in a lot of ways than anything we’ve ever done and it was really designed to be that Saturday night party album. It was written and sequenced in a way that you put on, and nine songs later you’ll just put it on again. Y’know, songs like ‘Making A Fire’. To me that’s rooted in Sly & The Family Stone grooves, but amplified in the way that the Foo Fighters do it.”

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Dave Grohl teases Foo Fighters’ ‘party album’ Medicine at Midnight

Foo Fighters’ new record ‘Medicine at Midnight’ is their “Saturday night party album”.



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Dave Grohl and co gave fans the first taste of their delayed 10th LP with the lead single, ‘Shame Shame’, which they debuted on ‘Saturday Night Live’ over the weekend.

And now, the ‘Learn to Fly’ hitmaker has teased that fans can expect a totally different and “fresh” sound on their follow-up to 2017’s ‘Concrete + Gold’.

Speaking to NME.com, Grohl said of their upcoming nine-track collection: “Since it’s our 10th record and 25th anniversary, we decided years ago that we wanted to do something that sounded fresh. We’ve made so many different types of album, we’ve done acoustic things, we’ve done punk-rock things, mid-tempo Americana type of things. We have a lot of albums to fall back on, so you just have to go with our gut feeling and I thought instead of making some mellow adult album, I thought ‘F*** that, let’s make a party album.'”

Asked what type of “party” it is, the former Nirvana drummer explained: “A lot of our favorite records have these big grooves and riffs. I hate to call it a funk or dance record, but it’s more energetic in a lot of ways than anything we’ve ever done and it was really designed to be that Saturday night party album. It was written and sequenced in a way that you put on, and nine songs later you’ll just put it on again. Y’know, songs like ‘Making A Fire’. To me that’s rooted in Sly & The Family Stone grooves, but amplified in the way that the Foo Fighters do it.”

Grohl previously teased that David Bowie’s ‘Let’s Dance’ era was a huge influence on the record, and now he’s revealed the title track in particular pays homage to the 1983 hit from the late music legend’s iconic album of the same name – which was co-produced by ‘Groove Master’ Nile Rodgers.

The rock icon added: “Then there’s ‘Medicine At Midnight’, that’s our David Bowie‘s ‘Let Dance’. It’s a huge f****** rock song that I imagine opening every festival from heer to Melbourne! Every song is a little bit different but they all have something that feels fresh and I like it!”

‘Medicine at Midnight’ is released on February 5, 2021.

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Foo Fighters Debut ‘Medicine At Midnight’ Song ‘Shame Shame’ On ‘SNL’

Last week, in what was a delayed announcement for the late-night show, Saturday Night Live announced Foo Fighters would be the musical guest on the show’s post-election episode hosted by Dave Chappelle. The appearance was the band’s eighth time on SNL, with their first performances on the show dating back to 1995.

In addition to the SNL announcement, the band also teased the release of their tenth album in a tweet that featured a 32-second snippet of audio. The Shazam App revealed that the song is titled “Shame Shame” and would apparently appear on an album called Medicine At Midnight.

Bringing their talents to the SNL stage, the band premiered the “Shame Shame” single in their first performance of the night. A press release sent out shortly after confirmed that the album is indeed titled Medicine At Midnight and that it can be expected to arrive on February 5. The album will be a fairly short effort as it comes equipped with just nine songs and clocks in at 37 minutes.

As for the band’s second performance of the night on SNL, Foo Fighters reached back to their 2002 album, One By One, to play “Times Like These” to close out the show.

You can watch Foo Fighters’ SNL performances above and check out the Medicine At Midnight tracklist below.

01. “Making A Fire”
02. “Shame Shame”
03. “Cloudspotter”
04. “Waiting On A War”
05. “Medicine at Midnight”
06. “No Son Of Mine”
07. “Holding Poison”
08. “Chasing Birds”
09. “Love Dies Young”

Medicine At Midnight is out 2/5 via Roswell/RCA. Pre-order it here.

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Hear ‘Shame Shame’ from Foo Fighters’ ‘Medicine at Midnight’ LP

The Foo Fighters’ 10th album, Medicine at Midnight, will be released on February 5, 2021.

the band confirmed this news as they debuted lead track “Shame Shame” with a live performance on last night’s Saturday Night Live.

They also released the studio version of the song, which can be found below along with the full Medicine at Midnight track list. It’s available for pre-order now.

The nine-song follow-up to 2017’s Concrete and Gold will be something of a departure for Dave Grohl’s band, as they’d previously hinted. In a new interview with The Brag, guitarist Chris Shifflet said the new track “kind of stands out on the record,” adding: “it’s definitely a little different than anything we’ve ever done before and it’s a little bit different than anything else on the record…although the record has a lot of songs that are, you know, groove-based like this one is. Dave’s a drummer so he’s always coming up with rhythmic twists and riffs based on rhythms that he hears in his head.”

Bassist Nate Mendel commented: “For ‘Shame Shame,’ it started off as just a bunch of [finger] clicks from Dave, almost like flamenco, and it just grew out of that. There wasn’t going to be any bass line originally, like, it just felt like it needed keyboards and I was fine with that.”

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The group first revealed plans for the project n the summer of 2019. Drummer Taylor Hawkins said that they would probably begin the process of listening to Grohl’s demos upon the conclusion of a U.K. tour in August.

By March, Grohl announced that the album was completed. “We just finished another fucking record, and I’m so fucking proud of it. It’s unlike anything we’ve ever done,” he said. “I’m fucking excited for people to hear it and I can’t wait to jump on that fucking stage to play it. There are choruses on this record that 50-fucking-thousand people are gonna sing, and it’s gonna bring everyone’s fucking hearts together in that moment. And that’s what it’s all about.”

In early November, they were teasing the release of the new work. In Southern California, signs with the Foo Fighters’ logo and an X — the Roman numeral for 10 — began showing up, with some people noting a video projection of a flaming casket. That same image was found by people listening to their songs on Spotify.

Foo Fighters had planned to celebrate their 25th anniversary with an arena tour in the spring that hinted at surprise shows at some of the small clubs they played on their first dates in 1995. However, the trip was postponed, and subsequently canceled, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Despite the significance of the milestone, Grohl said that he prefers to see the passage of time through his music. “It’s funny, some people measure time in days and months and years,” he said. “But with me, I measure time in musical terms. When I think

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Foo Fighters announce new album ‘Medicine At Midnight’ with single ‘Shame Shame’

Foo Fighters debuted a brand new single on last night’s (November 7) post-election episode of Saturday Night Live, and announced details of their 10th album.

The traditional post-election episode was once again hosted by Dave Chappelle, who toasted Joe Biden‘s victory over Donald Trump.

On the show, the Dave Grohl-led band played new track ‘Shame Shame’, which leads their new album ‘Medicine At Midnight’.

The album is set to come out on February 5, 2021. See the band debut ‘Shame Shame’, listen to its studio version, and check out the album’s tracklist and artwork below.

‘Medicine At Midnight’:

01 Making a Fire
02 Shame Shame
03 Cloudspotter
04 Waiting on a War
05 Medicine at Midnight
06 No Son of Mine
07 Holding Poison
08 Chasing Birds
09 Love Dies Young

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Foo Fighters have been teasing their upcoming 10th album across this week. Yesterday, they shared a teaser of new music after eagle-eyed fans spotted the band’s ‘FF’ logo in various locations alongside an ‘X’, the Roman numeral for 10. A black-and-white clip of a burning coffin has also appeared when Spotify users play certain Foos tracks.

Foo Fighters last released a full-length record with ‘Concrete And Gold’ in 2017, and confirmed in February that they had finished recording its follow-up. Back in May, Dave Grohl likened the new album to David Bowie’s 1983 LP ‘Let’s Dance’.

“It’s filled with anthemic, huge, sing-along rock songs,” he explained. “It’s kind of like a dance record, but not an EDM, disco, modern dance record. It’s got groove. To me, it’s our David Bowie’s ‘Let’s Dance’ record. That’s what we wanted to make, we wanted to make this really up, fun record.”

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Foo Fighters Release ‘Shame Shame,’ Announce New Album Medicine at Midnight

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After a week of teasing activity. Foo Fighters debuted their new single “Shame Shame” on Saturday Night Live. The song is off the band’s 10th album, which is titled Medicine at Midnight, which is slated to be released on Feb. 5, 2021. The album is produced by Greg Kurstin and Foo Fighters. The band’s last album, Concrete and Gold, was released in 2017.

“Shame Shame” is available to stream now, listen to the studio version below.

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It was supposed to be a busy year for Dave Grohl and company. Grohl told Bill Simmons earlier this year that the band’s album was done and that he planned on releasing a documentary as well. Foo Fighters were slated to hit the road for a string of dates in support of their 25th anniversary, however, the pandemic changed those plans. Grohl reflected on the band’s anniversary in July and being Nirvana’s “fifth drummer.”

Last week, the band shared a goofy spoof commercial mocking Grohl’s addiction to coffee and they also appeared at a virtual show in support of Joe Biden, performing “Times Like These.” They also released the Live on the Radio 1996 EP last month. The release followed the launch of the band’s People of Rock and Roll digital zine. And don’t forget that Grohl is in an ongoing musical battle with drumming prodigy, Nandi Bushell.

Preorder the album here. Check out the tracklisting for Medicine at Midnight below:

Making a Fire
Shame Shame
Cloudspotter
Waiting on a War
Medicine at Midnight
No Son of Mine
Holding Poison
Chasing Birds
Love Dies Young

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Is New Foo Fighters Album Called ‘Medicine at Midnight’?

Fans are speculating that the title of the Foo Fighters’ 10th album will be Medicine at Midnight, as Dave Grohl’s band continued a program of teasers.

They posted a 32-second audio clip featuring a drum beat to Twitter after an appearance for this weekend on Saturday Night Live was announced. The Shazam app apparently confirms that the track is “Shame Shame” from a Foo Fighters album titled Medicine at Midnight, according to Uproxx.

The text “FF X” – possibly referring to the Foo Fighters’ 10th album – has been seen on a building in Los Angeles, and a projection in Sherman Oaks displayed the logo followed by a burning coffin. Flames were also featured in the image that accompanied the audio clip. The coffin appears when the songs “The Pretender” and “These Days” are played on Spotify.

Fans already knew that the follow-up to 2017’s Concrete and Gold was complete.

“It’s filled with anthemic, huge, sing-along rock songs. It’s kind of like a dance record, but not an EDM, disco, modern dance record. It’s got groove,” Grohl confirmed to NME in May. “To me, it’s our David Bowie’s Let’s Dance record. That’s what we wanted to make: We wanted to make this really up, fun record.”

Grohl previously described the work as “unlike anything we’ve ever done,” saying “there are choruses on this record that 50-fucking-thousand people are gonna sing, and it’s gonna bring everyone’s fucking hearts together in that moment. And that’s what it’s all about.”

 

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