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Virtual reality fitness app FitXR continues its company’s growth with new Combat and Sculpt studios
Virtual reality fitness is having more than just a moment — it’s becoming a growing movement with new options from cutting-edge companies.
For instance, global VR fitness app FitXR has welcomed two brand new workout studios to its existing jam-packed offerings — Combat and Sculpt. In fact, the app users can use Sculpt now, with Combat launching on the platform January 16. Sculpt has been branded as a “supercharged workout” “designed to tone your muscles and build strength.” Conversely, the Combat studio presents a workout inspired by martial arts. Both Combat and Sculpt fitness programs were designed to get bodies moving in a fun, innovative way via virtual reality.
FitXR Director of Fitness Kelly Consentino explains in a statement, “We’re excited to share our new Sculpt and Combat studios with the FitXR community. The introduction of these studios reflects a first-ever moment for VR fitness, expanding what’s possible to bring to a workout. We at FitXR pride ourselves on demystifying VR fitness and expanding its reach to the masses, showcasing the true impact it can have to improve overall health and wellness.”
Consentino adds, “We hope that these new studios encourage more people to get moving.”
FitXR’s Sculpt and Combat studios join three others — Box, HIIT & Dance, along with Warm up and Cool Down classes, making the VR fitness app one of the most comprehensive on the market for longstanding and new users. Anyone interested in trying FitXR for free before committing to a subscription can do so with a 7-day free trial. Paid subscriptions are available monthly ($9.99) and annually ($83.99).
FitXR is available for download on Meta Quest 2.
Candace Cordelia is a Pennsylvania-based journalist and on-camera broadcaster/host, with a reporting background in wrestling, entertainment, and lifestyle. Her reporting work has been featured on websites and in publications such as Bustle, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, New York Daily News, am New York, ABC News, Yahoo!, Good Morning America, Madame Noire, Sister 2 Sister, etonline.com, Diva Dirt and The Everyday Fan. Her favorite workout influencers include Chloe Ting, Cassey Ho, Pamela Reif and Mary Braun. She still can’t stand burpees and Rebbl Dark Chocolate Immunity Elixir is one of her favorite post-workout protein sips. You can follow Candace on Twitter @CandaceCordelia and on Instagram @thatgirlcandace16.