JRNY members can also use off-product workouts for yoga, core and strength sessions under the videos tab in the “Round Out Your Routine” section. The trainer-led videos are available across all connected products with JRNY.
“Our users have been clear about what they need in a digital platform and this overhaul, which is only the beginning of our vision for connected fitness, is our way of saying that we’re listening,” said Garry Wiseman, chief digital officer, Nautilus, Inc. “We’ll continue updating the JRNY platform for our growing customer base as we know that we can help them plan and achieve their fitness goals through engaging experiences and actionable insights.”
Now available across a broad portfolio of Bowflex cardio products, the JRNY platform uses AI to create an infinite number of personalized workouts based on an initial fitness assessment that learns and adapts as the member progresses, removing the guesswork from achieving the desired workout. The JRNY platform offers voice-coached individualized workouts, trainer-led workouts, integration with other fitness apps, and access to a members entertainment subscriptions including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+.
Nautilus said it will continue to update the JRNY digital platform with new content, including video and trainer-led workouts, radio stations, Explore the World routes to enhance a member’s experience. Currently, these updates are exclusively available on iOS with Android updates anticipated to be available spring 2021.
The immersive, JRNY digital experience is available on connected Bowflex home fitness cardio equipment, including indoor cycling bikes, treadmills, and Max Trainer cardio machines. The JRNY platform is available on Bowflex.com, for download in the Google Play and App Stores and comes pre-loaded on the VeloCore and C7 bikes, Max Trainer M9, T7, T10, and T22 treadmills. The company offers a two-month trial period, thereafter by paid subscription.
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