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You can book a fitness class nationwide through Under Armour’s MyFitnessPal app

Don’t just track your fitness through MyFitnessPal — improve it, too. A new collaboration between Mindbody[1] and Under Armour’s MyFitnessPal[2] app now allows users to book nearby fitness classes across the nation straight from the app. And with tens of thousands of studios available in the Mindbody network, no matter what your workout preference, you can probably find a class that suits your style.

Whether you’re a cycling maniac, a kickboxing enthusiast, or a zen yogi, Mindbody and its ever-growing list of studios and classes has you covered. And now that you can book these classes from the same app in which you’re counting your calories and keeping tabs on your diet, users have an all-in-one solution for their health and fitness goals.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Under Armour, a company that shares our passion for positively impacting the wellness of the world,” said Mindbody CEO and co-founder Rick Stollmeyer. “Together, we’re able to connect more people with fitness options in their communities and beyond, ultimately helping them achieve healthier, happier lives.”

RelatedIt looks like Microsoft has given up on its Band fitness tracker[3]

Mike Lee, Under Armour’s chief digital officer, echoed these sentiments, noting, “This collaboration with Mindbody is another example of how we are exploring new ways to utilize data to bring value to our growing community. We’ve learned through our combined network of more than 180 million members that people want an easy way to find and book fitness classes to ultimately improve performance.”

Booking is straightforward, with users simply selecting the “More” button at the bottom of their home screen, then tapping on “Find a Class” to discover nearby fitness activities. Payment can be accepted directly through the app, and registration can be done on the spot. Lee concluded, “This new feature will serve the vast studio network of Mindbody as well as the millions of athletes who continue to harness MyFitnessPal to meet their goals and perform their best.”

References

  1. ^ Mindbody (www.mindbodyonline.com)
  2. ^ Under Armour’s MyFitnessPal (www.myfitnesspal.com)
  3. ^ It looks like Microsoft has given up on its Band fitness tracker (www.digitaltrends.com)