Workout Fiit has launched new workouts that can be completed on indoor bikes including the Concept2 BikeErg and Keizer M3i indoor bike. This comes after interactive rowing and walking exercises were added to the app earlier this year.
The addition of these hybrid workouts, which can be done at home or in the gym, means Fiit could give Peloton a run for its money – with a Fiit subscription set at £9.99 a month it’s £30 cheaper ($33). ) per month. platoon. Fiit subscribers can use any bike for these workouts, but if you want to record your workout, connecting to a Concept2 BikeErg bike or Keizer M3i indoor bike, whether you’re at home or in the gym, means you’ll be able to enjoy a more interactive workout and log stats like the number of RPM, calories and distance traveled.
Hybrid exercise is becoming more popular as people realize they don’t need to be limited to working out at home or in the gym. Fiit 11 Bike Workout allows its members to take their workout to the gym as well when they want to change up their fitness routine.
Fiit will also launch several other cycling workouts on December 12, along with its Bike Academy—a two-week indoor cycling course that will give cycling beginners a chance to get up to speed ahead of their competition.
In March, the company launched the Fiit Tread, which once again rivals Peloton’s treadmill offerings—just like bike workouts, interactive classes can be taken on either a manual or electric treadmill, though members will need to run on an AssaultRunner to experience the full-connection experience with Fit. Tracker.
Fiit demonstrated its commitment to hybrid workouts by partnering with Gym Group in 2020 and now providing its members with access to Fiit Pods in the company’s gyms, allowing them to do those workouts on a big screen.
Could this be a big step for Fit?
Let’s be real: Peloton is an expensive app – especially when you’ve already paid for an expensive bike or treadmill, and then have to shell out £39.99 / $44 / AU$59 for workouts every month. I love my Peloton bike, and its on-demand workouts keep me motivated, but that costs nearly £500 a year – and I haven’t even stepped outside my flat.
That’s why I’ve always loved Fiit, it’s cheap, it has great workouts, and the company keeps innovating—it knows not everyone wants to just work out in their own home. With the fitness industry advancing at the same speed, companies that can stay two steps ahead of their competitors and spot future trends first will continue to succeed.
Fiit isn’t new to the industry—it launched in 2017 with hundreds of live and on-demand workouts, consisting primarily of HIIT, strength, and yoga-based exercises. With gyms shutting down and working out from home becoming the norm, the app has become a firm favorite with fitness enthusiasts.
Many of us have adapted to the mixed method of working out, and there’s no reason we can’t do the same with our own workouts. I love working from home, but it’s also nice to get outside and interact with people – it doesn’t have to be one or the other, and it’s nice to see Fiit embrace that philosophy.