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Strava’s newest partners include:
- Flywheel Sports, a leading boutique fitness brand that provides results-driven indoor cycling and barre class at 42 studios across the United States. As part of the integration, athletes can track and share class stats to their digital profile on Strava. Flywheel cycling classes shared to Strava feature class name, time, distance, average speed and Flywheel’s proprietary Power Score metric. For a limited time, Flywheel will offer Strava members three classes for $36 at any of its U.S. studios. Learn more here.
- Life Time, a chain of 127 fitness centers in 27 states in the U.S. and Canada. Athletes can share three types of indoor cycling workouts to Strava: the EDG, AMP, and PWR classes offered at Life Time’s locations across the U.S. Life Time classes shared to Strava include a variety of performance stats, including distance, time, weighted average power, average speed, max speed, total work, training load and intensity. Learn more here.
- LiveRowing, a mobile app for the Concept2 rowing machine. After completing a guided LiveRowing workout in the comfort of their home or local gym, athletes can upload their workoutdirectly to Strava, which includes total distance, time, average pace per 500m and stroke rate. Learn more here.
- Expresso, a brand of indoor bikes spanning 3,000 gyms and universities that allow athletes to take indoor cycling classes on their own terms. Riders can share studio cycling, road cycling and high intensity interval training (HIIT) gaming workoutsdirectly to Strava. Learn more here.
- Fitbod, an app that provides personalized strength training workouts to over 200,000 subscribers. Fitbod workouts shared to Strava will include the muscle groups targeted, exercises performed, total calories burned and total pounds lifted. For a limited time, athletes who connect their Fitbod account to Strava will receive 14% off Fitbod Elite. Learn more here.
“Sports and exercise are integral to the lives of Strava community members, with 76% of them doing activities beyond running or cycling more than 3 times per week. We want to make it easier for them to share all of those workouts on Strava,” says James Quarles, Strava CEO. “Whether you’re sweating inside or outdoors, it’s more fun and motivating when you share your progress with a community who is also active. Plus, uploading these new partner experiences enables you and your friends and followers to discover new ways to work out.”
“At Flywheel, we are fueled by our community of performance-focused athletes; those who are engaged, connected and empowered to challenge themselves and others,” says Flywheel CEO Sarah Robb O’Hagan. “We are thrilled to partner with a like-minded brand like Strava to bring our integrated offering to athletes everywhere and enable them to achieve more of their fitness goals.”
Strava makes it easy to connect and engage with other athletes. Strava works with more than 100 GPS devices and a host of connected fitness platforms such as gyms, studios and apps. Download Strava for iOS or Android and upgrade to Strava Premium to access advanced features. To learn more about Strava, visit www.strava.com.
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