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FITXR Introduces More of the VR Landscape with the Launch of Immersive Practice Classes in Two New Studios – ScULPT & COMBAT
VR fitness app It continues to pave the way for the future of fitness
FitXR, the leading global VR fitness app, is furthering its quest to deliver the most powerful fitness content in VR with the introduction of two new workout studios – Sculpt and Combat. Sculpt is now live within the app and Combat will launch on Monday, January 16th. Sculpt Studio brings its first-ever low-impact strength and conditioning classes to virtual reality. Combat Studio pushes what’s possible in VR fitness even further with strength training inspired by martial arts.
Feel the sculpting burn
Sculpt studio is designed to build strength with low-impact, high-burn workouts. Movements from these barre, pilates, and isometric strength exercises inspire these supercharged toning classes led by FitXR instructors Dillon, Elise, Garrett, and Sarah.
Sculpt offers a completely different training style than other studios within FitXR, creating a more rounded fitness experience. Classes aim to tire different areas of the body, which helps build strength in the arms and legs, strengthen specific muscle groups, improve balance and enhance mental stamina for working through the burn. In Sculpt classes, the music amplifies the experience as you pulse and connect with the rhythm. These classes are a new and innovative way to strength train without the need to use weights.
This new studio launches with a collection of eight chapters. New categories will be added constantly.
power with fighting
The Fight Studio unleashes your inner strength with fun and fierce martial arts-inspired workouts. Members will become fit to fight when they master signature moves from Karate, Muay Thai, Taekwondo, and Boxing.
FitXR trainers Dillon and Billy help keep the focus on form and technique with a series of drill sets that simulate the unpredictability of a fight and deliver a major burn.
More dynamic than Box exercises, Combat relies on cardio with big moves that lead to powerful results, including the double punch, hammer fist, elbow strikes, one-arm high block and horse stance.
To light the flames inside, Fighting Classes is set in a modern urban setting with gritty pop, hip-hop, and rock soundtracks. The Fighting Studio will launch with four chapters with more being added continuously.
“We’re excited to share our new Sculpt and Combat Studios with the FitXR community,” said Kelly Cosentino, Director of Fitness, FitXR. “The introduction of these studios reflects a first-of-its-kind moment in the VR fitness space, expanding what can be achieved in exercise. At FitXR we pride ourselves in demystifying VR fitness and expanding its reach to the masses, demonstrating the real impact it can have to help In improving overall health and wellness. We hope these new studios will encourage more people to move.”
With the launch of these new studios, FitXR is now the most immersive VR fitness app available, featuring the largest collection of content across five studios – Box, HIIT, Dance, Sculpt and Combat – as well as warm-up and cool-down classes. The FitXR app is all about virtual reality fitness for everyone, offering personalized, personalized workouts for all fitness levels. Visit here Learn more about FitXR.
FitXR blends immersive virtual reality with total body workouts designed by top fitness experts. Dedicated to making fitness more fun and accessible to everyone, FitXR offers classes in five distinct training studios – Box, Dance, HIIT, Sculpt and Combat. FitXR provides an interactive multiplayer experience with frequently updated chapters, environments, and music. FitXR is available at Meta Quest 2.