BoAt Joins Cult.Fit to Launch Fitness Xtended Home Workout Program

Bengaluru, October 31: Homegrown audio brand boAt teamed up with cult.fit on Monday to launch “Fitness Xtended,” an at-home workout program to help you reach your fitness goals. It will be a six-week program with a combination of yoga, strength, conditioning and HIIT training created by some of the most renowned fitness and lifestyle coaches, including Suvini Mehra, Naveen Sharma, Carolyn Teresa Simon and Niran Ponappa.

“By customizing training routines and running plans, our smartwatches allow users to go beyond basic activity tracking and advance their fitness journeys,” said Siya Wadhavan, brand manager of boAt. “Through this partnership, we continue to inspire and support BoAt executives with products that support healthy lifestyles and enable them to choose a fitter lifestyle.” Twitter Verification Badge Fee: Do you want a blue tick on the microblogging site? Be prepared to pay $20 a month.

Anyone who owns certain boAt smartwatches can access the app’s exclusive fitness videos in boAt’s Crest App. The cult.fit app also offers access to materials. The program will include two phases of three weeks each and will cover 24 sessions over six weeks. Google fined for anti-competitive practices: Find out how three young whistleblowers forced the tech giant to pay a fine of Rs 1,338 crore.

“This partnership with boAt is a new approach to influencing people about fitness, with the ability to accurately track vital functions so that each of us can better understand our unique bodies and find the best way to stay fit and healthy,” said Naresh Krishnaswamy, growth department and business manager at cult.fit. Meanwhile, boAt Crest app is now compatible with boAt Wave beat, Wave style, Wave Pro, Storm Pro, Storm Pro Call, Xtend Pro, Xtend Sport and Primia.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on 31 October 2022 at 15:15 IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, visit our website Latestly.com).

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