The Best Health, Wellness, and Fitness Amazon Prime Day Deals

Start shopping now, because the 48-hour annual shopping event ends Tuesday night.

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Check out this year’s fitness Prime Day deals, like this Gaiam yoga mat. Background image via Getty Images/JuliarStudio

Amazon Prime Day is basically Black Friday in the summer, except Prime members literally don’t need to leave the house in order to scoop up some of the best bargains of the year. Since it’s mid-July and insanely hot outside, this is a very good thing. This year the annual event is going down July 15th to 16th — all day long Monday and Tuesday. The online retailer is offering some of the best deals ever, insanely slashing prices on a ton of health, wellness and fitness related items. And guess what? We have scoured their offerings so you don’t have to. Check out some of the best fitness Prime Day deals below. (Note: You may need to log in as a Prime member in order to view these deals.)


If you were thinking about finally investing in that Fitbit, now is the time. You can save $30 on the Fitbit Charge 3 Fitness Activity Tracker, $31 on the Fitbit Versa Watch and $50 on the Fitbit Ionic Watch.


Stock up on all of your favorite Adidas gear! The athletic company is offering up to 30 percent off of the most recent prices of select styles — meaning you can save even more than that. For example, you can pick up a pair of their Women’s Cloudfoam Pure Running Shoes for just $37 — down from $70. Or check out these classic three-stripe joggers, which normally run for $45. See all their deals here.

Under Armour

Apparel, shoes, bags and accessories from the fitness line are up to 40 percent off for Prime Day. For example, a pair of the Women’s Breathelux Cop leggings that originally retail for $90 can be yours for $54 to $59 (depending on size), while Men’s HeatGear Armour 2.0 6-inch Compression Shorts are down to $19.59 from $27.99. Shop their deals here.

Gaiam Yoga Mats

Are you a yogi or a mat Pilates fan? Then check out Gaiam’s Prime Day Deal. You can order one of their extra thick yoga mats — available in pretty much every color and pattern available — for $20.99 (down from $29.98). Buy one here.

CamelBak Water Bottles

If you need to replenish your water bottle collection, there is no better time. CamelBak has slashed the prices on a variety of bottles from their collection, including their BPA-Free CamelBak Eddy+ Water Bottle with Straw. Until Tuesday, you can get it for $7.41, down from $14. But it here.

Apple AirPods

The latest version of Apple’s AirPods — which are a favorite among Philly runners — are $20 off right now. Buy them for $180 here.


This ultra-light sunscreen — by one Philly Mag editor’s favorite sunscreen brand — is 30 percent off in honor of Prime Day. Buy it for $13.30 here.

Purple Mattress

Sleep is a huge component of your overall health and there is no better time to invest in your sleep environment than Prime Day. Purple is one of the hottest direct-to-consumer mattress companies around, and their beds are incredibly supportive and comfortable. (I know because I have been sleeping on one for over a year.) Their queen mattress is $799 this Prime Day — $200 off. Buy one here.


The fitness brand is packing a serious punch with their Prime Day deals, with up to 40 percent off gloves, speed bags and wraps. Check out their Amazon store and all the great deals here.

Colony Co. Reusable Produce Bags

These produce bags — recommended to us by Caroline Ginolfi of the Plant Based Blonde — will help you reduce plastic waste, and save you some dough at 34 percent off. Buy them for $23 here.

Instant Pot Duo Plus 6-Qt Pressure Cooker

Healthy cooking is made easy with this quick-cook gadget. Search the internet for thousands of recipes ranging from plant-based to keto, and you will be pleasantly surprised how easy and fast you can whip up super nutritious meals with the help of an Instant Pot. On Prime Day you can pick one up for just $55.99 — down from $129.95. Buy it here.

Each product in this story was selected by an independent editor. Philadelphia magazine may earn revenue as a result of purchases you make through these links.