Apple Fitness+ Time to Run

Starting today, Apple Fitness+ users have a few new options for working out: Collections, Time to Run and Time to Walk.

Apple Fitness+ Time to Run

While Collections are a curated series of workouts and meditations from the Fitness+ library organized to help users reach a goal, Time to Run is an audio running experience designed to help users become more consistent and better runners (featuring popular running routes in several key cities).

Drawing from nearly 2,000 studio-style workouts and guided meditations currently in Fitness+, Collections offers a variety of ways to motivate you to complete your workouts.

Apple Fitness+ Collections

The following six Collections are now available:
– 30-Day Core Challenge
– Improve Your Posture with Pilates
– Perfect Your Yoga Balance Poses
– Run Your First 5K
– Strengthen Your Back, Stretch Your Hips
– Wind Down for a Better Bedtime

Time to Walk features some of the world’s most interesting and influential people, who share stories, photos and music with Fitness+ subscribers.

Apple Fitness+ Time to Walk

Looks for these Time to Walk guests in Season 3:
Bernice A. King, advocate, minister and CEO of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change
– Comedian/writer/producer Hasan Minhaj, known for his work on The Daily Show and his award-winning series Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj
– Actor Chris Meloni, best known for his television role on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
– Human rights advocate/strategist/writer Ayọ Tometi, known for her role as a co-founder of Black Lives Matter
– Comedian Chelsea Handler, former host of The Chelsea Handler Show, and the author of six best-selling books
Sugar Ray Leonard, former professional boxer, Olympic gold medalist and Hall of Famer

Each Time to Run episode is composed of inspiring coaching tips led by one of the Fitness+ trainers that users have come to know and love: Emily Fayette, Jamie-Ray Hartshorne, Sam Sanchez, Scott Carvin, and new running trainer, Cory Wharton-Malcolm.

Wharton-Malcolm, renowned for championing inclusivity in the running community, ran his first marathon in 2007, and now embarks on running adventures all over the world. His lively coaching makes even the hardest run feel playful.

Time to Run episodes also feature motivational and energizing music, with playlists curated by the Fitness+ trainers. The playlists are designed to match each run’s intensity, location and coaching, capturing the spirit of the city where the run takes place. A new episode of Time to Run will be released every Monday.

Apple Fitness+ Yoga

All Fitness+ workouts can be done anytime, anywhere — all users need is an Apple Watch and AirPods (or other Bluetooth-enabled headphones). Time to Run can be experienced outside or inside on a treadmill, and episodes are available in the Workout app on Apple Watch with a Fitness+ subscription.

For Apple Watch customers that use a wheelchair, Time to Run becomes Time to Run or Push. Once selected, users have the option to start a run or an Outdoor Push Running Pace workout.

Artist Spotlight

In addition to these two major new workout options, there are new Artist Spotlight workouts featuring music from Ed Sheeran, Pharrell Williams, Shakira, and the Beatles.

Visit Apple online for more info.

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