A new app aims to help Sky Q customers shed the lockdown pounds.
For the first time, fitness app Fiit has been integrated into a TV platform, offering over 600 on-demand classes, created and led by Fiit’s 35 industry-leading trainers, including Adrienne Herbert, Cat Meffan, Corinne Naomi, Gede Foster and Gus Vaz Tostes.
Subscribers can choose by studio; cardio, strength and rebalance or by trainer.
Fraser Stirling, Group Chief Product Officer, Sky said: “This is just the first fitness experience to come to the platform, reflecting how important Sky Q is to home life. TV is now about much more than our favourite show or movie, it’s how we listen to music, it’s about education, gaming, health and wellbeing and much more, and Sky Q continues to bring you more of what you love in one place in a way that’s easy and simple.”
The app can be opened from the apps page or by using the voice commands ‘Launch Fiit’, or ‘fitness’.
Fiit CEO Daniel Shellard added: “Fiit is delighted to join forces with Sky Q to become their first-ever fitness streaming partner. We are dedicated to making fitness accessible to everybody and this latest launch will let Sky Q customers easily access our unmatched interactive fitness content through their Sky Q box.”
24 free classes are available to all Sky Q customers, while Sky VIP customers can try the full Fiit experience for free for 30-days.
A selection of 2, 4 or 6 week training plans are available.