We plan to bring the entire FitDeck line to the iPhone. Bodyweight is the perfect foundation product and starting point for most users, but Yoga, Pilates, and even Navy Seal exercise programs are in the works.
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Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 5, 2009
FitDeck Bodyweight isn't the average iPhone application, it isn't even the average fitness application. Most fitness programs available for the iPhone focus on showing how to perform exercises. FitDeck Bodyweight for iPhone is different. Of course FitDeck teaches exercises, and it does a great job using easy to follow illustrations and instructions. What makes FitDeck Bodyweight special is that every time you use it it will generate a new and unique workout that can be performed almost anywhere and without costly gym equipment.
FitDeck Bodyweight for iPhone is based on the popular FitDeck exercise playing cards. The FitDeck cards have been seen on television and featured in New York Times, Muscle & Fitness and LA Times. FitDeck Bodyweight for iPhone uses a virtual deck of FitDeck fitness cards. Each card details a selected exercise. FitDeck Bodyweight for iPhone then goes a step further and automatically manages your entire workout routine. The software will select exercises and put together a different workout each time. Users can customize the length of their workout, adjust the fitness level and even remove cards from the deck to customize the workout experience.
Nic Pottier the CEO at Trileet explains, "Our goal was to leverage the formula that makes FitDeck cards work so well and bring that over to the iPhone. FitDeck Bodyweight really resonates with iPhone users looking for a fun exercise program that they can actually stick with. It's easy to use, you can do it anywhere, and it takes all of the work out of creating a workout. It even tracks your progress as you strive to attain your goals."
There are currently over twenty different FitDeck products. Pottier says, "We plan to bring the entire FitDeck line to the iPhone. Bodyweight is the perfect foundation product and starting point for most users, but Yoga, Pilates, and even Navy Seal exercise programs are in the works."
FitDeck Bodyweight is priced at an introductory $4.99 for a limited time. Find FitDeck Bodyweight here: iTunes App Store (Requires iTunes).
ABOUT FITDECK, INC:
FitDeck, Inc. was founded in 2003 by fitness entrepreneur and inventor Phil Black. Black came up with the idea to create FitDeck after combining the fun of a card game he used to play in college with the rigors of his Navy SEAL training.
ABOUT TRILEET, INC:
Trileet, Inc. is a developer focused on bringing the highest quality entertainment, lifestyle and productivity to the the mobile market.