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Hybrid group fitness now available to college campuses


Fitness on Demand’s digital, on-demand programming featuring hundreds of group fitness classes is now available to college campuses across the country with specially-designed playlists that appeal to the students’ interests and schedules.

Founded in 2011, Fitness on Demand offers hundreds of digital classes available to fitness spaces that often sit empty for hours at a time. In addition, Fitness on Demand will provide colleges and universities with a solution to the high demand for fitness amenities on campuses at a fraction of the cost required for live instructors. The company, which has grown over 130 percent in the past year can also be found in hotels, residential complexes,

worksites, assisted living centers, and health clubs and is reinventing the way group fitness is delivered with:

Fully integrated on-demand system with dedicated support

Growing library of fitness classes with more added every month

Premier group content from world-class fitness providers like Les Mills and Daily Burn

Classes also available in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese

The Fitness on Demand Campus Collection is a list of digital classes offered for colleges and universities. The selection was compiled from the most popular workout video choices among students at institutions where Fitness on Demand is already established.

“Fitness centers in general are always looking for ways to make their spaces more accessible and efficient, and our digital programming has proven to increase participation and give options of both live and digital classes,” said Garrett Marshall, Business Development Director for Fitness on Demand. “We expect to see the same kind of enthusiasm for Fitness on Demand on college campuses as we’ve seen in fitness facilities around the world.”



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