The fitness and wellness home workout service “Apple Fitness+” will debut a new Collection with a new Yoga trainer, and launch the fourth season of Time to Walk, the second season of Time to Run, and the Spotlight series with guests and artists.
More importantly, Fitness+ will be expanded to all iPhone users, and 21 new regions later this year. Fully integrated with the Fitness app in the upcoming iOS 16 update, subscribers will only need their iPhone to register and access over 3,000 studio-style workouts and meditations on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.
Launched in 2020, Apple Fitness+ launched as a home workout service powered by the Apple Watch. Now, it is available on all iPhones for users to subscribe to and enjoy a variety of workout sessions in a range of genres designed by professional trainers from around the world.
Here is everything new coming to Apple Fitness+ this week
Starting on Monday, September 12, Fitness+ will introduce the following new workout sessions:
- “Pilates for More Than Your Core” Collection introduces a new Yoga trainer, Dice Iida-Klein, and duration of 20 to 30 minutes of Pilates workouts to strengthen the entire body using a resistance band.
- Fourth season of Time To Walk will feature weekly episodes with new guests including Regina Hall, Nicky Jam, Leslie Jordan, Ade Adepitan, Constance Wu, and Meghan Trainor.
- Second season of Time To Run will add new locations to explore in weekly episodes starting with Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Mexico City, Anchorage in Alaska, Monterey in California, Seattle, and Queenstown in New Zealand.
- Latest Artist Spotlight series with workouts will feature the music from The Rolling Stones, Mary J. Blige, and The Weeknd.
- Powered by iOS 16 and watchOS 9, Apple Fitness+ will offer more ways for users to stay motivated by earning dedicated awards, additional onscreen guidance, AirPlay support to stream workouts or meditations on third-party devices.
Apple Fitness+ is available for $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year with Family Sharing support. Users can also purchase it through the Apple One Premier plan in compatible regions. Jay Blahnik, Apple’s vice president of Fitness Technologies expressed excitement over expanding the service to more users around the world.
“Since launching just under two years ago, we have heard incredible feedback from users on what a difference Fitness+ is making in their lives. We are thrilled to bring the award-winning service to even more people by making Fitness+ available to all iPhone users later this fall, even if they don’t have an Apple Watch. We can’t wait for more people around the world to stay motivated toward their fitness and wellness goals, and live a healthier day.”