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Apple Fitness+ is Available From December 14

Apple Is Launching Fitness+ On December 14

Back in September 2020 event, Apple has announced the Fitness+ workout service, which will set to available for customers before the end of 2020. On Monday, December 14, 2020, Apple will be launching Fitness+ to customers in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, UK, and the US, and it is available for $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year.

Fitness+ can be shared by up to six family members for the same price, also customers who have purchased Apple Watch Series 3 or later will get three months of Apple Fitness+, and one month for existing Apple Watch users. If customers purchased the Apple One Premier plan which has included Fitness+, as well as Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and 2TB of iCloud storage for $29.95 per month, and this Premier plan available to share up to six family members.

Make sure that Apple Fitness+ requires at least Apple Watch Series 3 or later and paired with iPhone 6s or later, or iPhone SE (2nd generation), and watchOS 7.2, and iOS 14.3. Fitness+ on iPad requires iPad Pro, iPad (5th generation or later), iPad mini 4 or later, iPad Air 2, or iPad Air (3rd generation or later), and iPadOS 14.3. Apple Fitness+ is also supported on Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD with a tvOS 14.3.

Also, customers who have purchased Apple Watch 3 or later on BestBuy.com will get six months to use Apple Fitness+ for free. (To avail of this offer please read this post for more details)

Apple Fitness+ is an iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV studio-style workout service that intelligently integration with Apple Watch workout metrics for a first-of-its-kind, customized, and immersive experience that users can complete wherever and whenever it is convenient for them. With 10 of the most common styles of exercise, including High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Strength, Yoga, Dance, Core, Cycling, Treadmill (for running and walking), Rowing, and Mindful Cooldown.

Apple Fitness+ will be introduced, led by a phenomenal team of trainers whose methodology welcomes all. The workouts are fueled by inspirational music from the top artists of today, built to inspire users from beginning to end.

“Being more active is one of the most important things we can do for our health, but we know choosing to work out can often be a challenge whether you’re very active or just getting started,” said Jay Blahnik, Apple’s senior director of Fitness Technologies. “We’re excited for Apple Fitness+ to bring together the metrics from Apple Watch, great music, and a diverse and inspiring trainer team — in a uniquely simple, easy-to-access way across Apple devices — to encourage our users to get fit and stay healthy,” he added.

In order to empower users, Apple Fitness+ dynamically incorporates personal metrics from Apple Watch to animate them on the screen at key exercise moments, offering an interactive and immersive experience to help users remain motivated. HIIT, Treadmill, Cycling, and Rowing workouts have an optional Burn Bar for those who enjoy a bit of competition that demonstrates, in real-time, how the effort of a user matches up against someone who has previously done the same workout.

Apple Announced Fitness+ Service

With an intuitive filter system that allows users to choose their trainer, time, exercise, and music to get to their next workout in seconds, Apple Fitness+ makes getting started with a great workout fast and easy. There is also a smart recommendation engine that takes into account previously completed workouts in Fitness +, the Apple Watch Exercise app, and favorite fitness apps from third parties that interact with the Health app.

Fitness+ suggests exercises that fit what the user already wants to do so that they can jump right in with something familiar, suggest that they try something different, help them explore a new trainer, or suggest a workout to complement their current routine.

Apple Fitness+ also features new content every week with a range of trainers, times, and music for all exercise styles. Several members of the trainer team lead Absolute Beginner workouts that teach the fundamentals of HIIT, Strength, Heart, and Yoga as an alternative to preparing for the weekly studio workouts for those who are just starting out, trying something different, or getting back into exercising. Workouts for Rowing, Cycling, and Treadmill also contain Getting Started videos that explain how to set up the equipment and implement the correct method and technique.

With Activity Sharing, users will allow friends and family to see Fitness+ workouts completed, and workouts can also be shared with their favorite social media channels.

Apple Fitness+ features a team of celebrated, charismatic, and dedicated trainers who work together to produce excellent fitness content for all, specialized in their fields. In each other’s exercises, the trainers also appear, allowing users the ability to be motivated by a favorite trainer, while having motivation from the rest of the team as well. In addition, all exercises have a trainer explaining improvements, so that users with different levels of skill have someone to follow.

Apple Fitness+ is Available From December 14
Trainers featuring in Apple Fitness+, from left to right: Gregg Cook (Cycling, Strength, Core, Mindful Cooldown); Ben Allen (Dance); Anja Garcia (Rowing); Molly Fox (Yoga, Strength); Kim Ngo (HIIT); Tyrell Désean (Cycling); Jessica Skye (Yoga, Mindful Cooldown); Jamie-Ray Hartshorne (HIIT, Treadmill); Emily Fayette (Cycling, Treadmill); Betina Gozo (Strength, Core); Sam Sanchez (Strength, Core, Treadmill); Kym Perfetto (Cycling); Dustin Brown (Yoga, Mindful Cooldown); Jhon Gonzalez (Dance); Sherica Holmon (Cycling); Bakari Williams (Cycling, HIIT, Core); Kyle Ardill (Strength, Core); Scott Carvin (Treadmill); Josh Crosby (Rowing); LaShawn Jones (Dance); and Amir Ekbatani (Strength, Core). (Via: Apple)

Music is a central part of the Apple Fitness+ experience, and in the design of every workout, the trainer team weaves music. Users can pick from nine styles, including Latest Hits, Chill Vibes, Upbeat Anthems, Pure Dance, Throwback Hits, All Rock, Latin Grooves, Hip Hop/R&B, and Top Country, and before they start, they can see the full playlist of workouts. They can also browse through music to find the right exercise to suit their current mood.

To enjoy the music in Fitness+ there is not required for an Apple Music subscription, but you can download favorite songs or an entire playlist from Fitness+ workouts to your Apple Music library to listen to at any time for those who have one.

Apple Fitness+ also gives an option to subscribers to workout anywhere and at any time with the screen of their choice including iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, and personalized recommendations will be sync across the devices. There is no required for additional equipment, users can just be started using a pair of Dumbbells, and Cycling, Treadmill, and Rowing workout.

Apple Fitness+ is Available From December 14

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