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Offers more workouts for different modalities, workouts outside the product, and Apple Health® integration
The updated JRNY® digital platform and iOS app have added more personalized adaptive voice coached workouts and instructor-led videos. as well as the option to pair both with the Explore the World ™ app.
Includes instructor-led, off-product workouts for strength, yoga, and core.
For the first time, the platform supports the Bowflex® C6 bike, so members can access the JRNY experience for C6 with their own device.
VANCOUVER, Wash .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Nautilus, Inc. (NYSE: NLS), the innovation leader in home fitness for over 30 years, today announced that its JRNY® digital fitness platform has expanded with a host of new features – video and trainer guided workouts; It also offers the ability to combine adaptive training and language coaching with a member’s favorite Bowflex® radio station, or to travel the world during a workout with the Explore the World ™ app.
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The updated JRNY® digital fitness platform and iOS app have added more personalized adaptive voice coached workouts and instructor-led videos. as well as the option to pair with the Explore the World ™ app. (Photo: Business Wire)
The iOS JRNY application has also been improved and is now for the first time compatible with the company’s Bowflex C6 bike. Like the JRNY user experience on embedded Bowflex screens, iOS members now receive individual training recommendations on the Just for You home screen that are based on artificial intelligence (AI) and are curated based on user history and post-training feedback.
Workouts logged in the app or on a Bowflex bike – whether VeloCore®, C6 or C7 – are synchronized with the member’s digital journal, which can now be integrated into Apple Health® and offers members a comprehensive way of setting their fitness goals to pursue.
JRNY members can also take advantage of off-product workouts for yoga, core and strength training under the Videos tab in the Round Up Your Routine section. These instructor-led videos will be available for all JRNY related products.
“Our users knew what they needed for a digital platform, and this overhaul, which is just the beginning of our vision for connected fitness, is our way of saying we’re listening,” said Garry Wiseman, chief digital officer, Nautilus. Inc. “We will continue to update the JRNY platform for our growing customer base as we know we can help them plan and achieve their fitness goals through engaging experiences and actionable insights.”
The JRNY platform is now available for a broad portfolio of Bowflex cardio products and uses AI to create virtually an unlimited number of personalized workouts based on an initial fitness assessment that learns and adapts as the member progresses. The JRNY platform offers voice-controlled, one-on-one training, instructor-led training, integration with other fitness apps, and access to members’ own entertainment subscriptions such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and Disney +. *
Nautilus will continue to update the JRNY digital platform with new content, including video and instructor-led workouts, radio stations, routes to explore the world, and more to enhance the experience. These updates are currently only available for iOS. Android updates are expected to be available in spring 2021.
The stunning JRNY digital experience is available for connected Bowflex® home fitness cardio machines, including indoor cycling bikes, treadmills and Max Trainer® cardio machines. The JRNY platform is available for download from the Google Play and App Store on Bowflex.com and is preinstalled on the VeloCore and C7 Max Trainer M9, T7, T10 and T22 motorcycles. After the two-month trial period, a JRNY membership will cost you $ 19.99 per month or $ 149 per year or $ 9.99 per month on your own device, plus applicable taxes.
You can find more information about the digital fitness platform JRNY at: https: //www.bowflex/jrny.
* Requires a subscription to streaming service, not included. Membership in the JRNY digital fitness platform is also required to access the streaming service through the console.
Via the JRNY® Digital Fitness Platform
The JRNY® digital fitness platform coaches members to achieve their fitness goals by providing curated exercise and entertainment options that are streamed during the coaching session, including voice-controlled custom workouts, trainer-led workouts, integration with other fitness apps, and access to the own entertainment subscriptions such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and Disney +. The JRNY® platform uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create virtually an infinite number of personalized workouts that incorporate motivation and praise. It is based on an initial fitness assessment that learns and adapts as the member progresses – without the guesswork – to achieve a productive and satisfactory result. This stunning digital experience is available for download from the Google Play and App Store on Bowflex.com and is built into connected Bowflex® home fitness cardio equipment, including indoor cycling bikes, treadmills and Max Trainer® machines. After the two-month trial period, a JRNY® membership costs $ 19.99 per month or $ 149 per year plus applicable taxes.
About Nautilus, Inc.
Nautilus, Inc. (NYSE: NLS) is the world’s leading provider of innovative home fitness solutions. The company’s diverse brand portfolio includes Bowflex®, Nautilus®, Schwinn® and a wide range of exercise bikes, cardio machines, strength training products and the digital fitness platform JRNY®. Nautilus, Inc. enables healthier lives through personalized, connected fitness experiences. The company sells its products through direct and retail channels. Nautilus, Inc. uses the Investor Relations page of its website (www.nautilusinc.com/investors) to provide information to its investors and the market.
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