While Adidas might be primarily seen as a company that makes casual and sports shoes, the company’s interest in technology has been pretty obvious. For example back in the day with the iPod, companies such as Adidas and Nike launched sensors that could be embedded in compatible shoes to help measure things like the wearer’s stride.

This is why it did not come as a surprise to learn that Adidas was also getting into fitness training when they announced the “All Day” fitness app back in March earlier this year. For those wondering about the app, you’ll be interested to learn that the All Day fitness app is finally available for download for both iOS and Android devices right now.

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In case you’re hearing about this for the first time, the All Day fitness app will basically serve up various fitness routines for users depending on their preferences. There will also be cooking recipes for those who want to start eating more healthy, and there will also be sections that focus on the mind and relaxation of the user.

Unfortunately for now the Adidas All Day app is only available to those living in the US, so if you are living in the US then head on over to the iTunes App Store or Google Play to get your hands on it.

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