If you want to experience new ways to get fit and have fun doing it.If you are bored From your regular routein and get demotivated then mix things up and try a group fitness class.
Despite not being a particularly fitness-obsessed person, I’ve fallen for the fitness tracking trend. My main fitness tracker is a Jawbone UP24, but I also keep Moves iOS app turned on and occasionally use RunKeeper. The hassle of keeping on top of all my fitness scores is why I was interested in trying out Nudge. Read More
Fitocracy, the fitness gamification network with over 1 million users andmore user engagement than Twitter, is today launching a group fitness pilot in a big move towards monetization.
A big part of Fitocracy’s core offering is a community-driven encouragement platform.
Fitness trackers have become a big trend of late, with many companies jumping on the wearable tech bandwagon with fitness tracking devices. It seems like they all do more or less the same thing – track your steps, you calorie burn, your sleep, and so on. There’s one new fitness tracker that’s been designed by a formal Apple engineer.
Classtivity launched out of TechStars back in June of last year with the promise to connect New Yorkers with any leisure or fitness class they could imagine, with expert reviews, pricing information, schedules, etc.
Turns out, finding a class isn’t as difficult as actually going to a class, which is why most fitness-based business models revolve around packages.
Last summer, online fitness provider Wello launched to provide personalized instruction to users via two-way video conferencing. The platform allows users to easily create time to exercise based on their own schedules, all from the comfort of their own homes.
Now, Wello users will be able to take group classes with trainers, allowing them to connect with friends, family, or other users who wish to
Launched in 2005, MapMyFitness has become a veteran of the online health and fitness space, having built a suite of websites and apps (like MapMyRUN.com, MapMyRIDE.com, MapMyWALK.com, et al) that allow fitness novices and enthusiasts alike to track and store their running, cycling, walking and hiking activity.
Sportsetter is an iPhone app launched in New York and Helsinki today that lets you subscribe to and discover new fitness experiences matched to your personal preference, fitness goals and locality. Read More