Get your New Year's resolution back on track with these cardio machines on sale

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Full length profile shot of a young woman running on a treadmill indoors

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If you’ve already dropped your New Year’s fitness resolutions, now is a perfect time to get back on track!

January seemed to go on for much longer than it should have. Keeping up with all of your good intentions for 2020 may have gotten lost along the way - but there’s hope for them yet.

It’s that time of year where retailers are putting exercise equipment on serious sale — as much as $1,000 off. From treadmills to ellipticals to portable rowers, we’ve rounded up the best deals you can score right now.

Proform Performance 1800i Folding Treadmill

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Do you love to workout, but are short on space at home? This folding treadmill can solve that problem. Its space-saving design features 32 onboard workouts that provide you with plenty of choices to stay focused on your fitness goals.

SHOP IT: Best Buy, $1,550 (originally $2,400)

NordicTrack RW200 Rower

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This rower features an adjustable console that tracks your strokes, calories, time and distance and an iPod compatible sound system with two speakers. It also folds vertically for easy storage.

SHOP IT: Canadian Tire, $550 (originally $1,000)

Sunny Health & Fitness Twister Stepper

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This stepper works your muscles without putting extreme pressure on your bones and joints. The twist action will help you tone your whole body, specifically your thighs and buttocks.

SHOP IT: Walmart, $92 (originally $112)

Nordictrack S10i Studio Cycle Exercise Bike

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Experience an intensive workout from the comfort of your own home with this exercise bike. Equipped with a rotating 10" touchscreen, it puts trainer-led exercise and on-demand workouts at your fingertips.

SHOP IT: Best Buy, $1,900 (originally $3,500)

Horizon CT5.4 Treadmill

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This treadmill uses a cushioning system to lessen the impact on your joints as you run. It is also made with a large, heavy frame that is stable during the most intense exercise sessions.

SHOP IT: Canadian Tire, $700 (originally $2,000)

Weslo Flex 3.0 Rower

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Sit in your home and feel like you’re rowing in the water. This machine gives you strength, cardio, and coordination with a focus on upper-body movement. Watch your workout stats add up on the large LCD window display and when you’re finished, simply fold it up and out of the way.

SHOP IT: Walmart, $110 (originally $190)

Schwinn 830 Folding Treadmill

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Take your workout to the next level with this treadmill that has a cushioning system to reduce joint stress and an adjustable three-speed fan to keep you cool. Plus, preset exercise programs let you customize your fitness goals.

SHOP IT: Best Buy, $850 (originally $1,000)

NordicTrack VR21 Recumbent Bike

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Pedal your way to a healthier physique on this recumbent bike that has 32 preset workout apps.

SHOP IT: Canadian Tire, $800 (originally $1,700)

Sunny Health & Fitness SF-E3803 Magnetic Elliptical Trainer

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Experience a beneficial workout right in the comfort of your own home with this compact elliptical machine. Simultaneously engage your arms and legs with forward and backward handlebar and pedal action, creating an effective endurance training workout.

SHOP IT: Walmart, $250 (originally $410)

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