Fitness+ Gets More Inclusive for More Demographics

Apple Fitness+ is expanding its plethora of workouts to make the service more inclusive for special accommodations, led by the Apple’s professional Fitness+ trainers. These additional workouts will be geared specifically towards pregnant women, elderly people, and even beginners. With this expansion, there’s now a workout for anyone regardless of their fitness level.

Betina Gozo, who’s going to have a baby soon, led the new 10 workouts for pregnancy across Strength, Core, and Mindful Cooldown. Molly Fox, along with other Fitness+ trainers, led the eight workouts for older adults across Strength, Yoga, HIIT, and Dance. Each workout is 10 minutes long, and some workouts show modifications for special accommodations. Lastly, workouts for Beginners will provide workouts for Yoga, Strength, and HIIT. These workouts are perfect for anyone who wants to go back to the basics.

Additionally, Joenne Lewis and Anja Garcia are joining in Yoga and HIIT teams respectively as Fitness+’s newest trainers.

Time to Walk is a new feature on the Apple Watch with watchOS 7.2 that features inspirational sessions to listen to when walking outdoors. Since Earth Day is coming up, Apple will release a special episode featuring Jane Fonda. You won’t want to miss this episode as she’ll talk about her movements to fight climate change.

Fitness+ costs $9.99/month or $79.99/year. The Apple One Premiere plan includes Fitness+ along with other services from Apple for $29.95/month. Fitness+ requires an Apple Watch paired with an iPhone with watchOS 7.2 or later and iOS 14.3 or later. Customers who buy an Apple Watch Series 3 or later will get three months free of Fitness+ and one month for existing users.

What do you think about these new workouts for Fitness+? Will you be planning to subscribe to Fitness+? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @Appleosophy.

Nick Soong
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