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Innovative virtual Fitness Station launched by FitnessOnDemand at IHRSA 2022

Innovative virtual Fitness Station launched by FitnessOnDemand at IHRSA 2022
June 23, 2022

Leading on-demand exercise platform for clubs and fitness centres, FitnessOnDemand returns to IHRSA this June (Booth 1706), with the next innovative evolution of the company’s on-demand content platform.

The innovative fitness station - SO1O (‘Solo’) - delivers a new FitnessOnDemand interface that is designed for maximum versatility and easy, plug and play use to upgrade or transform any open space or studio in the club.  

SO1O requires no complex, lengthy or expensive install. Each 43-inch, zero-bezel, sleek and mirrored panel can be hung anywhere in the club without specialised, time consuming or expensive installation. It’s designed to bring premium content, short form-workouts and instructor-led sessions to any open space, helping to engage and motivate club members throughout the club. And thanks to the display’s horizontal orientation and mirrored finish, users get maximum, widescreen visibility of both workout content or their instructor as well as their own progress and form.

Uday Anumalachetty, divisional vice president, FitnessOnDemand advised “we listen to club operators across the industry in designing products and understand that not every facility has the space or installation resources required for an in-studio virtual fitness solution.

“SO1O is designed specifically to solve that problem and make it simple for any club or fitness facility of any size to start offering a self-service virtual fitness station immediately.”

SO1O by FitnessOnDemand can be easily wall mounted anywhere in the club and is ready to use out of the box without any specialised tools or additional A/V equipment. Enhanced touchscreen sensitivity now creates instant member access to more than 500 classes, workouts and winddowns on the FitnessOnDemand platform as well as regular updates from world-class fitness instructors, studios and specialist fitness brands.

In addition to the launch of SO1O, visitors to FitnessOnDemand at IHRSA can learn about the company’s recent integration of live streaming functionality for club instructors within the FitnessOnDemand platform, as well as the launch of Circuits365.

Circuits65 is a portfolio of self-guided exercise circuits also designed to engage members throughout the club with fresh content every day, including 90 circuits, each comprising eight individual exercise stations. Members can jump into a circuit with any one of the eight onscreen exercises to get started and work their way through the day’s circuit in any order. Each exercise station is at one minute intervals with a :30 second break between. Users can stop with one circuit ort complete multiple laps for a longer workout.

Anumalachetty adds “It’s been a busy year of innovation, invention and expansion at FitnessOnDemand. And that’s essential to one of our primary goals: helping club operators create exceptional and immersive fitness experiences that make their club brands stand out to attract new members and retain current ones. That’s on everyone’s minds in an ultra-competitive industry where it’s all about your environment, your offerings and what you can bring to members.”

FitnessOnDemand is exhibiting on Booth 1706 at IHRSA 2022.

Click here to contact Fitness On Demand via their entry in the Australasian Leisure Management Supplier Directory

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