Apple has revealed a range of new features, new trainers and more in the first big Apple Fitness+ update for 2023. The service has lots of new features, all of which will be launched on his Monday, January 9th.
This is what is coming.
Apple rarely adds entirely new activity categories. That is why the emergence of kickboxing is notable. Kickboxing has already made a bit of an appearance in Jamie Ray’s Hartshorn workouts, so it’s no surprise that he’s leading his kickboxing sessions here. He will be joined by a new trainer, Nez Daly, for 10, 20 and 30 minute sessions.
No special tools are required, just be careful not to kick anything delicate.
2 more new trainers
Alongside Nez Dally, two other trainers join the roster for a total of 29. Brian Cochrane joins his HIIT trainer while Jenn Lau leads strength training.
Meditation is already a popular part of Fitness+, but sleep sessions have been missing until now — designed to help you fall asleep or relax, for example, when you find it difficult. It was a clear gap that is now being filled.
Like most Fitness+ sessions, it’s available on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. It’s a video session. Of course, you don’t want bright video playing in your bedroom, but Apple has thought of it. As the session progresses, the screen dims to reduce visual distractions, but some indicators remain visible so you can see, for example, how much time is left in your session.
There are four 20-minute meditations that introduce new sleep themes. It works on full-size TVs, but iPhones and iPads seem a better match when viewed through the Apple TV. It also works on the Apple Watch, but you must wear headphones such as AirPods. This means retrieving them as they drift into Nod’s land, and may wake them up a bit.
No, she’s not going to be a trainer, but Beyoncé is a new performer featured in our Artist Spotlight series. And trainers have really done this in a big way.
In other words, you should review these trainings. The studio has a disco he ball hanging in and his seven new workouts, including dance, HIIT, treadmill and yoga, you can see trainers in gorgeous outfits. Of particular note is Tyrell Désean’s stunningly eye-catching get-up that perfectly captures Beyoncé’s vibe during her cycling workout.
Time to Walk, a walking workout designed to work exclusively with the Apple Watch, has a very special feature. The fifth season, starring actor Jamie Lee Curtis, begins January 9.
If you haven’t tried Time to Walk, give it a try. It’s a very intimate experience where you and your guests are doing the same thing, taking a walk at the same time. It’s the voices of our guests that speak directly to you and always contain something inspiring and inspiring about their lives. Upcoming guests include Amber Ruffin, Jason Segel and Nathan Chen. increase.
Apple Fitness+ is now available for those who don’t have an Apple Watch. Videos can be viewed on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. If it’s your first time, you can try it for free for a month. If you just bought an Apple Watch, get 3 months free. And recently, Apple extended its three-month offer to anyone who buys an Apple TV, iPhone, or iPad.