As you may have heard, Walmart announced a new deal with Asco Equipment Co. that will see the company supply Walmart gym gear to its stores.

Walmart and Asco were both acquired by Walmart in 2014, and Ascotoys was sold to Wal-Mart for $1.1 billion in January 2019.

Ascotoy has been a staple of Walmart’s gym equipment for decades, with the company producing the company’s largest assortment of weights and equipment for more than 10 years.

Now that Ascotools is part of Walmart, it’s no longer a Walmart exclusive, and that’s a big deal for Walmart. 

Ascotoys gym equipment is a great fit for Walmart because Walmart’s Fitness Club program has been pretty good for the retailer.

While Walmart is trying to make fitness equipment more accessible, the company has also been working to get people into fitness and cardio classes.

That’s led to some pretty cool equipment.

As the company announced at the time, Walmart has been providing Ascotool’s workout equipment with all of the same features that Walmart has, like a USB charging port, battery, and a built-in wrist strap.

As you can see, the Walmart gym accessories are not only incredibly portable, they also have the capability to work in your gym, too. 

Walmart’s fitness equipment is still available through Ascotokys store, but Walmart says it will no longer provide fitness equipment to Ascotoya, and it will only sell it through Walmart.com.

That means Walmart will have to sell its own gear.

Walmart has a lot of products, so it will be difficult to sell all of them at once.

This will put Walmart on the path to offering a smaller number of fitness equipment options for its employees.

Walmart also plans to offer its employees new workout gear, as it did in October, when it announced that its employees would get new gym equipment through the Walmart Gym Partner program. 

However, Walmart won’t have a clear-cut winner with Ascotoday, and there will be some confusion over whether or not Walmart’s Walmart Gym equipment is Walmart’s or Ascot’s. 

We reached out to Walmart for comment on this story, but did not receive a response in time for publication. 

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