Towards the end of last year, FitXR Launched new music groups With over twenty new Box, HIIT, and Dance workout classes. The company is set to help users achieve their fitness goals this year as well with new immersive workout classes.
The VR fitness app recently launched two new studios, Sculpt and Combat, offering its users low-impact strength and conditioning exercises for the first time, as well as more options for high-impact exercises. With each of the studios offering distinct training styles, FitXR users gain access to more comprehensive fitness experiences.
“The introduction of these studios reflects a first-ever breakthrough in the virtual reality fitness field, expanding what can be achieved in exercise.” FitXR’s director of fitness, Kelly Cosentino, said in a statement press release. “At FitXR we pride ourselves on demystifying VR fitness and expanding its reach to the masses, demonstrating the real impact it can have to help improve overall health and wellness. We hope these new studios will encourage more people to get moving.”
Low-impact burn and tone in Sculpt Studio
Sculpt studio brings us the first immersive, low-impact strength and conditioning training classes that can be done anywhere, anytime. Offers an exciting new way to do strength training without using weights or straining your joints.
For high-impact results with low impact, the moves created for this studio mimic those found in Pilates, barre, and isometric strength exercises. Workouts are designed to burn, tone and sculpt while improving balance, strength and endurance.
Each part of the routine targets a specific area to strengthen specific muscle groups for a more sculpted figure. Performed regularly, Sculpt Studio’s immersive workouts help build strength in the arms and legs, tone muscles, and boost mental stamina. Upbeat music makes workouts more exciting as users pulse and keep up the fast pace.
Upon its launch, Sculpt Studio began offering eight classes led by FitXR instructors Dillon, Elise, Garrett, and Sarah. More supercharged classes will be added regularly to keep users motivated to stay fit.
Powerful results from Combat Studio’s high-impact VR workouts
Inspired by martial arts, the new Combat studio draws users into good fighting form. Fierce, immersive workouts show us that almost anything is possible VR Fitness.
While it also includes boxing moves, the exercises in this new studio are more dynamic than Box workouts. It combines signature moves from various forms of martial arts including Karate, Taekwondo, Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Users learn to do jab strikes, hammer fists, double punches, high blocks, and other techniques. Since the exercise drills include different combinations that simulate the unpredictability of real fights, users also develop faster reflexes, better coordination, and improved focus.
FitXR trainers Dillon and Bailey lead the immersive workouts in the four new seasons. More chapters will be released regularly to keep users on their toes and in perfect fighting shape. To make workouts more exhilarating and motivating, users immerse themselves in a modern, urban virtual environment that resonates with gritty pop, hip-hop, and rock playlists.
Immersive workouts are part of the future of fitness
With the two new launches, FitXR There are now five innovative studios with distinct features—Box, Dance, HIIT, Sculpt, and Combat. By offering different workout styles for different fitness levels, they give users a wide range of exercises to choose from and find the one that best suits their lifestyle, interests, and needs.
Augmented and virtual reality will undoubtedly play a role in the future of fitness. The global success of FitXR shows that people are more than willing to adopt new technologies into their health and fitness regimes. Immersive workouts with personalized routines will make it easy for everyone to stay fit and healthy, whatever their lifestyle.