Netflix will start streaming fitness classes Nike Training Club Opens to all subscribers on December 30 as the platform continues to expand into other types of content.
The lessons will be split into two batches, with the second batch scheduled to be released regularly next year, though it’s unclear exactly what will be offered. When it’s all done, you’ll have over 30 hours of workout time at your disposal, According to Netflix (opens in a new tab). For the first set, you’ll get five programs with 90 workouts in 46 different videos. Everything will be available in 10 different languages, including English. The content of each workout is also unknown, but looking at the names, you can make educated guesses about at least some of them.
like six episodes Fall in love with tandem yoga Apparently teaching people how to do vinyasa yoga. Two weeks to strengthen the coreConsisting of seven episodes, it will focus on strengthening the core of your body, namely the abs and lower back.then you have Tara’s HIT and Power (14 episodes) This is most likely about high-intensity training (HIT) exercises that make you sweat.
The other two are more vague.you have feel good fitness with Get fit from the basics There are six episodes and thirteen episodes respectively. in its own announcement (opens in a new tab)Nike says training club plans “[caters] Suitable for all fitness levels, [requires] minimal to no equipment, and [spans] Wide range of workout types, lengths and intensities. If anything, the last two are probably easier beginner plans for someone just starting their fitness journey.
We reached out to both companies to clarify exactly what each workout program is and what the additional languages are. This story will be updated if we hear back.
This isn’t the first time Netflix has incorporated health and wellness content into its platform. Back to January 2021 (opens in a new tab), the platform has launched Headspace content that teaches viewers how to meditate, as well as meeting guides.Regarding other content, most notably, Netflix earlier this year began launching its own video games based on hit shows such as stranger things, Although the title leaves a lot to be desired and not very popular. But we still prefer Netflix to do something positive, like produce new forms of content, rather than get completely drenched like trying to get rid of password sharing, which is Scheduled to start in 2023 (opens in a new tab).
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