By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : Friday, January 06, 2017 - 13:15
The new Fitstar Personal Trainer app features tailored workouts and recommendations based on your Fitstar and Fitbit activities.
To further enhance the process of achieving your fitness goals, Fitbit has today launched a redesigned 'Fitstar Personal Trainer' app at the CES 2017. The new Fitstar Personal Trainer app features tailored workouts and recommendations based on your Fitstar and Fitbit activities.
The new app features four detailed exercise programs which further comes with hundreds of moves and freestyle sessions. Some of the examples of the same are '10-minute Abs' and 'Traveler 10' allowing one to mix up his/her workout in a unique way. As a fun fact, 85 percent of people who use Fitstar Personal Trainer for at least five sessions report an increase in strength, claims Fitbit. Moreover, all the different activities will have to recorded by a Fitbit device. The new workouts will appear in the new 'Guidance' tab inside the Fitbit app, whereas Fitstar users can find them in the recommended section of their dashboard.
So for example, if a user ran about five miles, the new Guidance section will pop up some sessions that will help the user rest the legs and focus on abs and arms. Interestingly, all users, both those who track or don't track activities with a Fitbit device, will receive workout recommendations in both apps based on the sessions people in similar demographics are doing.
The Fitstar Personal Trainer app also lets you choose between two trainers Adrian and Lea to help you achieve those daily fitness goals. Not only this, you can also personalize your workout music with Fitstar Radio which comes with tons of music on board. Other than this, the app has been redesigned and can also be easily viewed on high-definition TV apart from smartphones.
For the availability, the new Fitstar Personal Trainer is available for iOS, Android & Web and even supports Chromecast and Airplay. The app also comes with in English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish languages. For the premium subscription which comes with unlimited personalized work out one needs to pay for the packs starting from Rs 490/ month and ranging up to Rs 2500/month.
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