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Fitscope, Bodycraft Partner To Bring On-Demand Content to Cardio Machines

Fitscope, Bodycraft Partner To Bring On-Demand Content to Cardio Machines

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The Fitscope app will come preinstalled on certain Bodycraft machines, giving users access to a variety of on-demand workouts

Fitscope, a producer of studio classes for connected fitness equipment, has announced a commercial subscription partnership with Bodycraft. The tie-up aims to enhance the cardio workout experience by offering Fitscope’s popular app, providing on-demand workouts specifically designed for Bodycraft’s cardio equipment.

Commercial customers opting for Bodycraft equipment with the Android-based Connect-22 monitor will find the Fitscope app pre-installed on the machines, readily available for member use. Fitscope’s commercial subscription enables gyms to stream virtual classes to monitors or TVs in group fitness rooms.

The new commercial subscription option empowers gyms, boutique fitness studios, hotels and other workout facilities to subscribe to a flat rate package that grants their members unlimited access to all classes across their Bodycraft equipment, starting at only $150 per quarter.

“We are thrilled to join Bodycraft in this partnership, which will enable operators to leverage technology to upgrade the cardio workout experience in the club,” said Fitscope founder Ed Stansfield.

Members would have access to over 1000 classes tailored to each type of cardio machine, including indoor cycles, recumbent bikes, ellipticals, treadmills, rowers and more.

Fitscope, with its production studio based in Los Angeles and a roster of over 30 elite group instructors, is well-positioned to deliver premium content at the necessary scale to keep gyms supplied with fresh and engaging classes. Its workouts are enhanced by real-time data from the console, displaying relevant metrics such as RPMs, SPMs, watts, calories burned and even heart rate on the monitor as the workout progresses.

Fitscope releases dozens of new workouts every month, catering to various types of indoor bikes, ellipticals, rowers, treadmills, functional trainers, vertical climbers and more.

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Bodycraft’s commercial fitness equipment leverages connected fitness technology, allowing operators to provide a personalized workout experience in a cost-effective manner. With the Connect-22 monitor available for every piece of Bodycraft cardio equipment, members can stream immersive trainer-led classes, maximizing the benefits of their workouts.

“Fitscope’s studio classes are the perfect partner for Bodycraft’s content-hungry users, and we believe these classes will make Bodycraft machines the most popular in the club,” said Alan Gore, president of Bodycraft.

Feature image credit: Intenza Fitness

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