ASICS Launches Virtual Fitness Classes By Subscription

ASICS Launches Virtual Fitness Classes By Subscription
Fitness & Sport

The ASICS Studio fitness app gives users access to training sessions via audio and video

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 16 february 2018

Finding a good personal trainer takes time and quite a bit of money, which some people might not have. ASICS wants to make fitness classes accessible anywhere with its new app, ASICS Studio.

Created in collaboration with team behind the run-tracking app Runkeeper, the app provides a subscription-based service that gives users both video and audio workouts. Each selection has its own trainer, and it comes in a variety of workouts, including strength training, fusion, outdoor running, treadmill, elliptical and indoor cycling.

Plans are available monthly, quarterly and yearly for $10, $24 and $96, respectively. The app is currently available for iOS and will be available for Android later this year.

ASICS Studio

Lead Image: ASICS Studio via Facebook


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