As anticipated by the rumors that emerged in recent months, Apple presented Apple Fitness+, a new subscription that will join your already extensive portfolio of services. Apple Fitness + offer virtual classes and sessions for users to train and exercise with the help of professional instructors. During the current times in which remote work has become common, it is essential to maintain physical activity to take care of our health.
Apple Fitness + is a fairly comprehensive service that will have its own dedicated section in the current Fitness app. Of course, you will get the most out of Apple’s ecosystem of devices, including the Apple Watch. The classes, by the way, have been totally produced and supervised by Apple, thus guaranteeing the quality of the content to which you have access. The company will offer new sessions weekly so there are always different activities to do.
And what kinds of sessions will be offered on Apple Fitness +? Fortunately the variety is quite wide and they are divided into 10 categories. From cardio, running, swimming, biking, rowing or strength exercises, among others. But if light exercises are your thing, you will also have access to yoga sessions. Apple says that it will be possible to select exercises according to their duration, ideal for when we have just enough time.
As previously mentioned Apple Fitness + integrates with other products and services of the company. For example, it is possible connect it with Apple Music to accompany the session with music. Do you have an Apple Watch? Data such as heart rate and calories burned will appear in real time on the Apple Fitness + screen, whether you’re using the app on your iPhone, iPad, or a TV via Apple TV. This way you can continue paying attention to the class without distracting your gaze from the smartwatch.
Likewise, the Apple Watch can guide you to do the exercises correctly through alerts. Finally, Apple Fitness + will give you exercise recommendations, just like Apple Music does so you can discover new songs. The service will be available late 2020 for $ 9.99 per month or $ 79.99 per year. Plus, you can get three months free when you buy an Apple Watch. Of course, at the moment you can only subscribe in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and Ireland. It will surely reach other countries later.