[CES 2017] Redesigned Fitstar personal trainer app helps you get most out of your Fitbit device

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Fitstar by Fitbit

Fitstar by Fitbit has launched a brand new Fitstar Personal Trainer app at CES 2017. The app features tailored and guided workouts based on your Fitstar and Fitbit activities. There’s now more robust guidance and coaching in addition to new trainers, an expanded library of exercises, customizable music and a redesigned UI.

Just as there’s no such thing as a one-sized fits all shoe, likewise workouts should be tailor-made for you.

Fitstar helps you get fit anytime, anywhere and the great thing is that it uses your feedback so it matches your fitness, strength and stamina levels.

Fitstar by Fitbit

It features four comprehensive exercise programs coupled with hundreds of moves. To spice things up, there are dozens of Freestyle sessions like “10-minute Abs” and “Traveler 10.”

Fitstar says that 85% of people who use Fitstar Personal Trainer for at least five sessions report an increase in strength (Fitstar: January-June 2016).

Fitstar by Fitbit

For the first time, Fitstar will provide recommended workouts based on your activities tracked with a Fitbit device. This then trickles down to your Fitbit and Fitstar Personal Trainer apps.

You’ll see these workouts in the new “Guidance” tab in the Fitbit app (coming soon). For Fitstar users, you’ll find them in the Recommended workouts section.

For instance, if you run 5km wearing your Fitbit, Fitstar might suggest a customized session that rests your legs, and focuses on your abs and arms.

Fitstar by Fitbit

If you’re not a Fitbit device user, all’s not lost. Fitstar can still push you recommendations based on session people in similar demographics are doing.

In a nutshell, here’s what the redesigned Fitstar app delivers:

  • Recommended workouts
  • Two certified personal trainers: Team Adrian or Lea? You choose who motivates you more.
  • Fitstar Radio: Hip hop or EDM? Personalise your workout soundtrack with Fitstar Radio.
  • New look UI: A redesigned look and feel that feels fresh and inspires you to workout.
  • More moves: And expanded library of new bodyweight and cardio exercises.
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Availability

Fitstar Personal Trainer is available worldwide starting 5 January, in English, French, German, Portugese and Spanish.

It works on iOS devices, Android phones and web, as well as on Chromecast and Airplay.

Want more? Opt for Fitstar Personal Trainer Premium for unlimited personalized workouts and entire Freestyle catalog for US$7.99 per month or US$39.99 per year.

The free Fitstar Personal Trainer Basic gives your two “Get Moving” customized sessons per week and some Freestyle workouts.

Download the app from the App Store and Google Play. Access it via web here.

 

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