Apple Fitness Plus has new features to jumpstart your 2023
What’s new in Apple Fitness +
If you are an iPhone or iPad user, you will already have access to this service with the Apple One subscription and right there, you will have the record of all your physical activity. While it’s always better to have an Apple Watch for closer monitoring of key metrics like heart rate, calories burned, etc., at least it will be possible for people to access more than 3,500 exercise sessions from their device.
However, this is not all, starting this Monday, those who already know the platform will be able to enjoy a series of new features. One of the main ones is the inclusion of a new type of exercise.
Starting in 2023, Apple Fitness+ adds a new workout to the 11 it already had, focusing on Kickboxing. This will have levels for beginners, so that all users can try it and increase their activity in this type of exercise.
In addition, starting in January, the platform will feature artists like Beyoncé, Foo Fighters and Bad Bunny in its Artist Spotlight function, with workouts set to music with their albums.
For those people who do or do have as a motivator to improve their physical condition this year, Apple thought of them with two new exercise collections with the name: “6 Weeks to Restart Your Fitness” (6 weeks to reset your exercise) and “Level Up Your Core Training” (improve your core training), with the purpose of returning to the routine.
As for the “time to walk” training, this will have a new season with narrations by artists such as Jamie Lee Curtis or Jason Seagal, while in the “time to run”, users will be able to follow a tour of Barcelona, Los Angeles or Memphis.
And for those who want to improve their sleeping habits, Apple Fitness+ will have a new meditation program with sessions of 5 to 20 minutes to incorporate into their sleeping routine, with the possibility of even falling asleep with relaxing music during these, as well as an initiation program to relax the mind and know how to use meditation for it.