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There are many ways to work out at home, so if you’re looking for another, you’ll be interested to learn that Fitbit has launched its Coach fitness app for Microsoft’s Xbox console. What this means is that gamers who own the Xbox console will be able to use the app to get in some workouts before/after they’re done playing games.

The app will introduce video workouts to users, where users will be able to follow guided exercise routines on their TV. It will also contain tips, motivation, and are dynamic and will also evolve based on the user’s set plan, goals, and feedback. Fitbit also expects to regularly introduce new workouts to help keep things interesting.

As to how much all of this is expected to cost, it seems that there will be two options that users can choose from. The basic option is free which will give users access to one personalized program and also a selection of audio and video workouts. However if you don’t mind paying for it, there is a Fitbit Coach Premium subscription that will unlock more programs and features, and all of this will be priced at $39.99 a year, which honestly is much cheaper than paying for a personal trainer.

At the moment the app is available for the Xbox One, One S, and One X, but it is also expected to eventually be made available for Windows PCs as well.

Filed in Gaming >General. Read more about Apps, Fitbit, Health, Microsoft and Xbox.

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