Nike Training Club
When it originally debuted in 2009, Nike Training Club was one of the first well-known mobile applications. You are prompted to enter your fitness objectives, and it then uses training videos, personalised warmups, advice, and inspiration to keep you on track. Adaptive workouts for persons with disabilities were added to the service earlier this year, along with Apple Watch support.
Before, customers could only access Nike Training Club videos through their own iOS and Android app, which walks users through training routines and wellness tips. Nike promises to post more than 30 hours of footage on Netflix, split into two halves and spoken in ten different languages. Before they were available on Netflix, the only way to view them on a large screen was to attach your phone to a TV via an HDMI connection, AirPlay, or a Chromecast. Starting a Netflix video should remove one more reason for you to put off working out while keeping in mind the drawbacks of exercising while concentrating on a smartphone screen. This will also help Nike spread awareness of the program.
Forty-six videos make up the first collection’s five shows. At the end of December, 13 new episodes of “Kickstart Fitness with the Basics”, “Two Weeks to a Stronger Core”, “Fall in Love with Vinyasa Yoga”, “HIT & Strength with Tara”, and six new episodes of “Feel-Good Fitness” will all be available. In 2023, the second batch of videos will come in.
Beginning on December 30, the first set of videos will be available to all Netflix subscribers. Once the series is available, you can find it on Netflix by looking under “Nike” or by searching for it specifically by the names.