“Let’s get physical, physical”, Olivia Newton John would say. Because Netflix followed the singer’s motto and will have video classes of physical exercises on its streaming platform. Yes, Netflix will recommend Wandinha and abs classes on the home page.
Fitness workouts will be provided by Nike Training Club, Nike’s fitness video class platform. The partnership will start its services on December 30th, Friday of next week. You can burn the Christmas calories and whet your appetite for New Year’s Eve dinner.
Netflix will have workouts for all levels on all plans
In the statement on its website, Netflix informs that classes within the Nike Training Club will cater to all levels of physical activity practitioners: from beginners to those who “move the body” the longest.
And if you liked the idea and are already asking yourself “how much more expensive will the subscription be?”, you can close your wallet. Netflix claims Nike Training Club will be available on all plans — at no extra cost until it readjusts the price.
On December 30th, six training programs will be available. They are, in free translation:
- Kickstarting Fitness with the Basics (13 episodes)
- Two Weeks to Stronger Abs (7 episodes)
- Fall in Love with Vinyasa Yoga (6 episodes)
- HIT and Strength with Tara (14 episodes)
- Fitness Wellness (6 episodes)
According to Netflix, this will be the first wave of Nike Training Club classes. The next physical activities will be launched during 2023.
To access content when it’s released, if it doesn’t appear on your home screen, just type “Nike” into the Netflix search bar. However, we all know that it will start popping up on your homepage as soon as you watch a single class — we are already snake-maid, Netflix’s algorithm.
With information: TechCrunch and mashable