FitXR adds new programs, formats and trainers on Quest


The FitXR fitness app is adding a slew of new content to help users reach their fitness goals for the new year, including new workout plans, formats and trainers on Quest headsets.

These new changes are available now and should add some variety to existing programs. A big addition is a new workout program called “Find Your Fit”. It is a four-week, 12-class program that is “curated by experts to help members discover their favorite class style, trainer and music to help keep them motivated and to develop more consistent habits to ultimately adopt healthier lifestyles.”

The new program also includes a partnership with Spinnin’ Records for backing music, which includes tracks from artists like Timmy Trumpet, Lucas & Steve and Sam Feldt.

In addition to the new curriculum, there are now new class formats for FitXR boxing classes – Vibe, Velocity and Knockout. This will give users more choice, offering experiences that cater to different difficulty levels and styles. Vibe is more about music, while Velocity is more about sweaty training, and Knockout is about simulating real matches and focusing on technique.

The last new addition to the update is the addition of new trainers with three new trainers joining the FitXR roster.

Originally launched as BoxVR, FitXR is one of the few veteran fitness apps available on the Quest platform. The experience has continually evolved to include new features and changes, including moving to a subscription pricing model in April of last year. FitXR has also been working to add inclusive options for everyone, adding accessible seated workouts to the service last September.

For more on FitXR, check out our interview with FitXR Head of Fitness, Ianthe Mellors, from August last year.


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