The new Bike+ and Tread promise to deliver more ways for people to access and enjoy world-class at-home fitness.
Premium will start rolling out in September 2019 at $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year. It will be available in English in 17 countries via the Fitbit app.
This is Fitbit's first major integration of a digital health platform and wearables into a national public health program globally.
The new, AI-powered service will provide Aaptiv members with a personalized coaching plan that incorporates fitness, mindfulness, and healthy habits.
FitMetrix enables fitness studios and health clubs to integrate digital performance tracking into their locations across several class and equipment types.
The experience features trainer-led audio, curated playlists, and visual cues to help users keep their bodies moving and heads in the game.
The company aims to consolidate its digital offering and leave just Runtastic and Adidas' shopping app.
The eight-week-long study was looking to investigate whether fitness wearables could encourage young teenagers to take more exercise.
Content-wise, All Day features a collection of text and video tutorials, ranging from quick yoga moves to green recipes.
The new social wellness platform engages users on a daily basis in gamified, team-based experiences to help users achieve specific health goals.