The leading platform for hosting interactive live remote and on-demand workouts, Virdio, is launching its direct-to-consumer fitness platform in late Q1 2022. The platform enables users to take part in gamified at-home fitness experiences without any high-end equipment.
The company deploys proprietary vision technology and AR to minimize the consumer expenditure on creating a home gym setup. The users can just use their laptops or smartphones to tune in to the company’s virtual tools featured in hundreds of live and on-demand classes.
For instance, members can use Virdio’s AR punching bag for boxing classes, track the motion and progress of movements like squats using the vision tech, and access performance tracking metrics through rep counting, heart rate, and cardio performance.
“We’ve watched the At-Home fitness evolve over the past few years, but only for those who can afford expensive equipment,” said Virdio’s Founder and CEO, Arjun Rishi. “With Virdio, we plan to revolutionize the at-home fitness market by offering premium workouts by world-class instructors that don’t require any hardware investment, just a monthly subscription for unlimited live and on-demand workouts.”
Additionally, Virdio’s AR-Powered Live Streaming™ enables the users to gamify and personalize fitness classes. The users also get access to a team of world-class instructors who offer live classes using AR equipment like Virdio’s AR-Powered Virtual Boxing™, Virtual Lateral Cones™, and Virtual Squats™. The platform also provides a vast library of AR-Powered On-Demand™ classes utilizing the same virtual equipment with performance tracking features.
“As a master trainer and product developer, I couldn’t be more excited about working with Virdio. Virtual training is here to stay, and Virdio has made it possible to virtually bring the tools people need. It’s a game-changer that makes a home gym fun and affordable for everyone,” said Kim Lyons, Virdio’s Director of Fitness Content and an author and celebrity trainer.
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