Apple Fitness+ introduces Collections and Time to Run features

by Emily on January 8, 2022

in Apple, Tech News

Apple has introduced two new features for the Apple Fitness+, namely a new Time to Run series as well as Collections.

The new additions were announced on a Newsroom post and further enhance the existing Fitness+ offerings including guided workouts and walks. Both Time to Run and Collections will go live on January 10 for all Fitness+ subscribers.

“Time to Run is an audio running experience designed to help users become more consistent and better runners, featuring popular running routes in some of the most notable cities.

Collections are a curated series of workouts and meditations from the Fitness+ library organized to help users reach a goal.”

Apple’s vice president of Fitness Technologies Jay Blahnik said, “At the beginning of a new year, we know many people are looking for new ways to go after their goals. With these new additions, Fitness+ makes it easy to get motivated and stay active anywhere, with the most complete library of high-quality and diverse content to train your mind and body, no matter where you are on your fitness journey. We can’t wait for people to get motivated to reach their goals with Collections, and inspired by Time to Run’s exploration of iconic cities with rich running history.”

On the same day, they will also introduce the third season of Time to Walk featuring guests such as Bernice A. King, Hasan Minjah, Sugar Ray Leonard, Rebel Wilson as well as new Artist Spotlight workouts featuring music from the Beatles, Ed Sheeran, Pharrell Williams, and Shakira.

Shakira said, “For me, a great playlist can make or break a workout. Music has that power to energize you and make it more fun, so I hope these playlists can be inspiring for the Apple Fitness+ users who choose them too!”

Powered by the Apple Watch, Apple Fitness+ is an award-winning fitness and wellness service designed to be welcoming to all wherever they are in the world and to help them live a healthier life.

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