In celebration of the holiday spirit and its two-year anniversary, Apple Fitness+ has released new Artist Spotlight series featuring Bruce Springsteen, holiday workouts, and the best of 2022.
Find the best of 2022 workouts in the Apple Fitness+ app
From all genres on Apple Fitness+, the service has picked the best workouts from categories like HIIT, core, pilates, cycling, treadmill, dance, meditation, and others. Subscribers can view the top workouts list easily in the app: Fitness app > Fitness+ tab > “Best of 2022”.
Furthermore, the service has released new Artist Spotlight series featuring renowned musician Bruce Springsteen. The Fitness+ Spotlight series offers curated playlists for individual Artist Spotlight musicians to “including motivating, high-energy tracks from their entire catalogs, as well as collaborations and remixes to keep people moving outside of their Fitness+ workouts.”
Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen is a popular American singer and songwriter who combined rock music with narrative songs on the lives of working-class Americans. In his six decades longs career, Springsteen has released 21 studio albums and sold more than 70 million records in the United States and 140 million globally, making him one world’s best-selling music artists.
A few of his prominent albums are Born to Run (1975), Darkness on the Edge of Town (1978), The River (1980), and Born in the U.S.A. (1984). Recent albums are Devils & Dust (2005), We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions (2006), Magic (2007), and Working on a Dream (2009).
Recently, Fitness+ was integrated with iOS which expanded the service to all iPhone users with compatible models and added a new episode in the Time to Walk series featuring renowned musician and 10-time Grammy award winner Chaka Khan.
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