PumpOne, recently announced the availability of the FitnessClass iApp in the Apple App Store.



The FitnessClass application serves is a marketplace for on-demand, streaming fitness video workouts, exclusively for the iPad.

The ever expanding FitnessClass digital library features 230 full-length workouts at launch created by PumpOne and a collection of the world’s elite fitness instructors including: Kathy Smith, Cathe Friedrich, Chris Freytag, Ellen Barrett, Ilaria Montagnani, Michael Olajide Jr., Patricia Moreno and Patrick Goudeau.

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Classes cover a variety of modalities; from bodyweight bootcamp, med ball core, hip-hop dance, yoga and Pilates to kettlebells, dumbbells, Swiss ball and TRX sessions. The 230 classes range from ten minutes to over one hour and cover every fitness goal from weight loss and strength training to abs and sports conditioning. Users can search for workouts based on how much time they have available, by equipment, and more.


PumpOne Unveils FitnessClass iPad App 2Pricing is unique with the FitnessClass App as well. Users can preview workouts for free, and then have the option to purchase an on-going subscription to a series or to purchase individual workouts. Both the workout subscriptions and individual workouts are available through In App Purchase. Workouts, once purchased are accessible at any time with an internet connection.

The FitnessClass App also boasts a calorie estimator based on the user’s profile, allowing you to monitor your workouts and success over time. Users can share their favorite classes with their friends on Facebook and Twitter and even automatically update their online profiles with classes they have completed.

The FitnessClass App allows users to access their iTunes library so they can make their own sound track to go along with their workout.

The FitnessClass App is available for free from the Apple App Store HERE.

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