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Challenge the World to a Workout: Social Media for the Fitness World

Jul 29, 2014 04:18AM
Workout enthusiasts or those who are just thinking about getting in shape don’t have to do it alone.  There’s a new app, the Fitness Games App, available on iPhone, iPad, and Android the last quarter of 2014, which is connecting the world through fitness. With this new app, users can challenge another user in France to a bike race, compete with someone in Brazil in a strength training session or invite someone in Russia to a kettle bell competition.  Users can also challenge friends, family and co-workers to get in shape with them.

Regardless of fitness level or exercise preference—cardio, strength, full body, cross body training—users will be able to track their progress, discuss fitness trends and nutrition, post photos and videos and share favorite workout music.  Personal trainers can use the app to motivate and challenge their clients and neighbors can inspire each other to stay in shape.

The Fitness Games App has more than 250 videos demonstrating proper form.  It was created by Joseph Phillips and Arya Farzin, two nationally certified personal trainers, who want to get the world in shape by making exercise fun.  Farzin challenged himself into shape and lost 200 pounds while Phillips used his love of technology and years of experience to conceive of the app. The men combined their expertise and years of working in local sports clubs and with private clients to create this application. The app can be used by schools, nonprofit organizations and corporations to get their students, supporters and employees in shape by creating a global community of fitness.

To learn more about the Fitness Game App, visit Facebook/com.TFGapp or TFGapp.com. 

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