Fortunately, users have live feedback from myself and other Fitnet trainers to keep them on-track, and now, they can stick us in their pockets and take us wherever they go, giving them the flexibility to workout anywhere, any time.
Blacksburg, Va (PRWEB) June 30, 2014
FitnetTM, the first-ever fitness app to use a biometric webcam to score clients on personalized workouts, unveils its new iPhone app today. Immediately after its release, Apple declared the new addition as the number one new health and fitness app on iTunes. First launched in January 2014 for iPad users, this new release further demonstrates Fitnet’s mission to provide users the ability to exercise anytime, anywhere, and now - within the palm of their hands.
“We are thrilled to bring Fitnet to iPhone users,” said chief geek Bob Summers. “In just six months, users have burned more than 2.6 million calories collectively in over 185 countries and all 50 states. We look forward to seeing what that number will reach with the launch of our new iPhone app, making it even easier to get a workout in no matter how busy a client’s schedule may be.”
Fitnet has received recognition from TechCrunch, Mozilla, the National Science Federation, Microsoft, and Google. Additionally, the iPad app was featured as one of the top fitness apps in the iTunes App store among WebMD Fitness, Weight Watcher, and Disney Fitness. With the new iPhone app, Fitnet will reach an even larger audience in order to help users commit to a healthy lifestyle and stay on track, despite busy schedules and hectic lives that may prevent someone from daily workout routines at a gym.
“We hope extended availability and customization of workouts by style and training levels helps users stay motivated to reach their personal fitness goals,” says Fitnet trainer Jennifer Miller. “Fortunately, users have live feedback from myself and other Fitnet trainers to keep them on-track, and now, they can stick us in their pockets and take us wherever they go, giving them the flexibility to workout anywhere, any time.”
Fitnet helps clients achieve fitness goals through yoga, cardio, and strength workouts customized by level and preference. Users receive live feedback from the trainers, and workouts will adjust based on past performance. Summers’ goal with Fitnet is to eliminate the excuse of missing a workout by providing users with the same workout experience as an in-person training session.
Fitnet is available now for iPhone and iPad users at Apple’s iTunes App Store as a free download with over 100 workouts, with additional workouts added every week. A premium monthly subscription of $0.99 is available which unlocks more advanced fitness routines.
Launched in 2014, Fitnet is the first-ever mobile fitness app to provide clients with a score based on their performance during individual workout sessions. With 100+ free video fitness workouts, Fitnet converts your iPad camera into a powerful biometric sensor providing real-time feedback while exercising. 100+ Yoga, Taiji, strength, and cardio workouts at varied intensities provide a fun and rewarding experience for beginners and experts alike. For more information, visit fit.net or follow @fitnethealth on Twitter.