Fortunately, working out a home is still an option – and it’s to this that countless Britons are turning, whether it’s digging out dusty fitness DVDs or tuning into Joe Wicks’ P.E classes.
Fitness apps are also becoming hugely popular at this time.
One such app is Fiit. Founded in 2017, Fiit is the number one rated fitness app in the App store and is available on iOS and Android.
It provides all manner of workout classes – so is it the app for you to help you get fit during the pandemic? This writer found out.
What is Fiit?
Fiit lets you stream interactive fitness classes straight to your phone, tablet or TV.
With the app, you can work out any time and place with in-demand industry experts.
There are three ‘studios’ – cardio, strength and mobility – and a huge range of classes including HIIT, combat, strength training, yoga, pilates, mobility flows and breathwork.
Fiit also enables you to track your performance thanks to the Fiit device which tracks heart rate, calories and Fiit points.
The Fiit device Lite costs £25 and is available for purchase during signup via the website or in-app, while the Fiit device costs £45 and also counts reps which helps you maintain good form, and track progress in the Cardio and Strength studios.
Source: Daily Express | Diet