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“At-home workouts are extremely trendy right now because of the flexibility they provide for those who have a tight schedule,” says Kara Liotta, creative director at Flywheel Sports. The company, which has more than U.S. 40 locations, launched its at-home Fly Anywhere Bike late last year and recently introduced a new collection of on-demand workouts called Fly Fit.
The Beachbody Company survey reveals 9 in 10 Americans who plan to return to the gym will continue at-home workouts. SANTA MONICA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Even as gyms begin to welcome back guests, the at-home workout phenomenon appears here to stay according to a new survey just released from The Beachbody Company, the leading innovator in digital fitness, wellness and nutrition. While the on-demand, at-home workout trend is not revolutionary (lest we forget bike shorts, over-the-pant thongs, and leg lifts à la Jane Fonda), experts think it’s going way, way up from here. If you haven’t started streaming workouts or brought some seriously techy exercise equipment into your home yet, that’s all about to change. Here’s why.
Amp up endurance. Fiit Club launches 14 months after Fiit interrupted the traditional gym model with on-demand interactive fitness classes. The innovative technology signals a new era in home fitness. Training with other people is one of the key motivators to not only show up to a class — but to push ourselves harder.
The rise of digital fitness: can the new wave of high-intensity home workouts replace the gym? You can now have personal trainers in your headphones, or set up a. At-home workouts make you envision Tai Bo or Jane Fonda?
Well, welcome to 2020, the new era of at-home workouts on demand. These on-demand programs may just have you working harder than you would by yourself at the gym. Thanks to the brave new world of on-demand sweat sessions, playing hooky from your IRL workout class is no biggie.
And hallelujah for that, since the idea of leaving your breezy, air-conditioned home. The on-demand classes are a mix of full-length classes filmed during an in-person class, as well as shorter, more targeted workouts (like abs and glutes; or thighs and arms) designed for the. Finding the time (and the money) to get to the gym can feel like an impossible feat.
But those barriers are slowly being broken down, thanks to the rise of on-demand workout. The pioneer of innovative and experiential new workouts, Gymbox are going retro in 2020. Their class Gymnasium will take you back to the days of P.E. lessons (you may have hated them at the tim.
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