Feeling the burn requires actually working out, and sometimes there just isn’t enough hours in the day to squeeze in everything. But DailyBurn has unveiled its new personalized fitness platform that just might deliver daily custom-designed videos anywhere you go.
The DailyBurn IntelliBurn technology provides streaming HD-quality custom workouts, personal result metrics, and nutrition and healthy living tools directly to a smartphone, computer, tablet or even TV each and every day. The videos bring together a best in-class team of experts from every segment of the fitness industry — including the fitness program design expertise of industry leader Lisa Wheeler; the fitness production expertise of Mason Bendewald, who has produced over 200 workout videos including fitness series P90X with Tony Horton; and a team of elite trainers — DailyBurn has created a personalized workout and nutrition program designed to increase metabolism and deliver better, faster results.
“From watching and listening to DailyBurn members we learned that personalized workouts that are accessible anytime, anywhere on multiple platforms help motivate people to engage in and maintain a regular exercise routine,” said Andy Smith, CEO of DailyBurn. “DailyBurn brings together the best resources in the industry to develop the most innovative fitness program possible; as fitness DVDs and static-based systems are no longer desired by consumers, DailyBurn’s technological advances, paired with access to the industry’s top fitness minds, provide users with complete access to a healthier lifestyle.”
The workouts can be fine tuned to a user’s optimum performance and scheduled by tracking and analyzing a multitude of factors including which trainers elicit the best personal performance, which workouts the user most enjoyed, time lapse between workouts and muscle groups recently trained. DailyBurn further takes into account the feedback of DailyBurn community members with similar goals when determining the user’s optimal workout each day. DailyBurn’s intelligent technology thus learns more about a user each time the person works out, eliminating the guesswork that often derails people from sticking with a fitness regimen.
Sounds smart to us.