Gain Fitness has raised $2.14 million to tighten and tone your body using its library of fitness apps. Its apps surpassed 1 million downloads and the company has some interesting new products and partnerships in the works.
Businesses use Keas to create and manage their workplace health programs through socialization and game playing.
MapMyFitness made the most significant web update and redesign in three years to become a “more beautiful, cleaner, easier to live in” house for all your workout activity.
MapMyFitness rolls out product updates and enhanced features for its MVP users.
Personal trainer app Gain Fitness partnered with fitness experts to create customizable workout routines.
For all your goal-fulfillment needs and wants, here’s a great list of apps, websites, and cool services to help you become healthier, wealthier, and wiser in the new year.
Just in time for New Years Resolutions, PumpUp launches a personal trainer app for iPhone that helps users achieve their fitness goals.
The former CEO and President of Vibram FiveFingers starts his own minimalist footwear brand, backed by $5 million in venture capital.
In the battle of the latest fitness gadgets, there are no losers.
If you’re tired of guestimating how many calories you burned walking around the living room, check out Nike’s new wristband gadget that tracks calories and movement.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_mxSHG5ESk&w=560&h=315] Exercise good for your health (but boring), while video games are fun (but make you fat). A startup called BitGym is hoping to combine the best aspects of the two with a workout app for the iPhone and iPad that turns exercise equipment into video game machines.
Fleetly is launching a new app today that analyzes your fitness goals and motivates you to reach them. The app is part of a larger trend of gamification, where developers use game-like tasks to get people to do things they wouldn’t ordinarily want to do, like exercise.
Strava, a provider of an online service that tracks and gives in-depth feedback and analytics for GPS-tracked exercise, announced today that it has raised $3.5 million in its first round of fundraising.