We all know that the new year tends to be a time where everyone makes a resolution to do something different, usually to get fit and burn off those festive calories. To help with that, FitXR for Meta Quest is adding a whole new range of features and upgrades to aid your 2022 fitness.
First up are the new class formats to the Box workout studio – Vibe, Velocity and Knockout. Each has its own unique style, so Vibe is all about the feel of the music and the flow of the class, whereas Velocity is far more intensive with the music and routine ending in a sweaty high note. As you might have guessed, Knockout simulates a boxing match, keeping with FitXR’s roots when it was known as BoxVR.
“We want to continue to drive our members, encouraging them to advance in their fitness goals,” said Kelly Cosentino, Director of Fitness at FitXR in a statement. “For this reason we’re pumped to create these new Box class formats that will deliver a boutique fitness studio experience and get members further invested in classes from start to finish.”
Next up is the “Find Your Fit” Training Program. This is very much in keeping with those healthy resolutions that only last for one month, as the program is a four week, 12 class workout regimen which launched yesterday. Members can sign up to receive weekly emails with their suggested fitness classes and will also get motivational tips and advice from the FitXR team.
“I’m thrilled to give members structured guidance that will allow them to determine what works best for them individually. Fitness is not a sprint, it’s a marathon, and ultimately we want our members to adapt these habits for the long term. The ‘Find Your Fit’ program will help steer members to the coaches, style of classes and music genres that speak to them and keep them coming back,” Cosentino adds.
Lastly, three new coaches have joined the FitXR squad, Elise, Billy and Adam. Each will bring their own expertise to the role as they seek to inspire and motivate FitXR users to achieve their fitness goals.
FitXR is a subscription-based fitness app exclusive to the Meta Quest platform. With a vast array of total body workouts synced to the catchiest tunes, there’s a 7-day free trial to test it out. After that, it’ll cost you $9.99 USD a month to continue the membership. For continued updates, keep reading VRFocus.