iFit Connected Fitness Now Streaming Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Walking Series
August 13, 2020
Learn to live a more centered life while exploring nature’s beauty
(LOGAN, Utah) — iFit, the leader in connected fitness, invites members to explore personal growth with its six-part Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Walking Series. The series teaches practices to help improve sleep, increase body positivity and self-esteem, and cultivate powerful stress-management coping tools while iFit members walk on their treadmills.
“Exercise and mindfulness go hand in hand,” Mark Watterson, President of iFit, said. “Learning to incorporate life management tools, particularly ones that help manage stress and improve sleep, is essential to improving wellness and cultivating an all-around healthy lifestyle. We’re proud to offer a well-rounded approach to health for our iFit members.”
The iFit Mindfulness and Self Compassion Walking Series is taught by Dr. Shauna Shapiro, a clinical psychologist, professor and scientist, who has spent the last 20 years studying and teaching the powerful effects of mindfulness. Shapiro will virtually guide iFit members through beautiful locations around the globe, sharing principles of mindfulness that will shift the way they approach life’s challenges. These walks are 15–20 minutes long and are held at a comfortable walking pace of 2.5 miles per hour.
Like all of iFit’s Global Workouts, walkers will experience the serenity of the outdoors, as they virtually explore paths and trails filmed on-location by the iFit crew. For those with iFit-enabled exercise equipment, like NordicTrack and ProForm, iFit technology will automatically adjust the speed, incline, and decline to match the natural terrain of the trail. Those without iFit-enabled equipment can still benefit from this series—simply download the iFit app, prop a smartphone or tablet onto a treadmill, and manually adjust the incline, decline, and speed to match the iFit workout.
IFit’s Mindfulness & Self-Compassion Series
Walk 1: Intro to Mindfulness
Walk 2: Mindful Approach to Stress & Anxiety
Walk 3: Mindful Decision Making
Walk 4: Mindful Sleeping Techniques
Walk 5: Body Positivity
Walk 6: Self Compassion
The iFit Mindfulness & Self-Compassion Series is now available to all iFit members and free trial users. To access a 30-day free trial of iFit, download the iFit app from the App Store or Google Play. After the trial, the cost of an iFit membership is $15/month for an Individual plan and $39/month for a Family plan.
- NordicTrack 2950 ($2,999)
- NordicTrack Commercial 1750 ($1,799)
- ProForm Carbon T7 (Free with 3-year iFit Family membership—$468/year)
- ProForm SMART Pro 2000 ($1,499)
About iFit, NordicTrack and ProForm
iFit, the connected fitness technology that powers NordicTrack and ProForm equipment, pioneered interactive, connected fitness and was issued its first of many patents in 1999. Founded with the belief that the majority of consumers would benefit from an interactive, personal training experience at home, iFit’s trainer-led, streaming workouts are now trusted by millions of consumers around the globe.
iFit offers workout options for every fitness level and interest. Try everything, from bodyweight training and yoga to connected fitness workouts on NordicTrack and ProForm home equipment. Patented interactive technology allows iFit Trainers to create highly personalized workouts for iFit members and automatically adjust the user’s incline, speed and resistance instantly to create the perfect workout for every fitness level. iFit interactive workouts are available on NordicTrack and ProForm treadmills, stationary bikes, ellipticals, rowers, strength machines, and the iFit app.
iFit, NordicTrack, and ProForm are owned by ICON Health & Fitness, the global leader in home, commercial and connected fitness products. ICON holds more than 275 fitness patents, with 138 pending. iFit workouts are available in English, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and German, with more languages planned for 2020.
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