Adidas released a new fitness app, Adidas All Day, that provides a wide range of daily ideas and routines to stay active, eat better and recharge.

Unique to All Day are its Discoveries. Developed by leading health and fitness experts, Discoveries provide a program of daily ideas, practices, and routines for individuals to try out so they can keep things fresh and discover new things that work for them. At launch, All Day will have 13 Discoveries, and the library will continue to grow from there.

Some of the featured Discoveries available in All Day include:

  • Yoga for Running: Renowned yoga instructor and runner Adriene Mishler guides a series of five-minute yoga sessions that can improve endurance, reduce muscle pain, and help take the runner to the next level.
  • Simple Clean Eating: Wellness chef Candice Kumai offers recipes for clean and healthy eating, including grilled fish tacos, turmeric fried rice, and fresh sweet potato pizza with nothing but the simple ingredients the body needs.
  • Sleep Sounds Drift with DJ Nina Las Vegas: DJ Nina Las Vegas shares seven different one-hour music tracks to help with falling asleep faster and sleeping longer, which can improve mood, reduce stress, and boost physical performance
  • Get Fit Anywhere: Celebrity trainer Stephen Cheuk guides body weight workouts and high intensity interval training workouts that don’t require equipment and can be done almost anywhere for getting fit and toned.

Stacey Burr, VP and general manager – Adidas Digital Sports, said “With All Day, we have taken everything we’ve learned about human performance and created an experience that serves up insights and challenges for anyone looking to live a healthy life. The biggest learning the app delivers on is that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to fitness. It’s about discovering what works for you, so you can be your best.”

All Day also offers key insights and metrics designed to inspire and motivate. It automatically tracks active minutes, steps, distance, and calories, providing a full view of all the user has accomplished on an easy to navigate homescreen. Users can also easily self-log a variety of other workouts like a gym session or a yoga class.

Verily, Alphabet Inc.’s subsidiary, is providing advisory support and data-driven understanding of what encourages healthy behaviors. The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the world’s largest sports medicine and exercise science organization, is bringing sport science research and insights, while EXOS, a leader in the field of human performance, is bringing  practices for athletes of all levels.

All Day is now available for free for iOS and Android devices in the U.S. Adidas will begin rolling out the app to other markets beginning this fall. For more information visit

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