More exciting news this week! Xponential Fitness just named FitnessOnDemand as their exclusive hardware supplier for in-studio streaming for it’s more than 2,500 clubs nationwide. FitnessOnDemand will provide Xponential+ content for their portfolio of ten world-class brands, creating a premium, seamless, in-studio digital experience for more than 590,000 studio members.
Xponential will use FitnessOnDemand’s proprietary service platform to offer clubs our simple-to-install, plug-and-play and low maintenance solution that enables clubs to take their brand and content wherever their club members go. The platform is designed for maximum flexibility and enables clubs to serve on-demand content to dedicated studios, in-club displays, or smart-phones and tablets anywhere in the club or on the go. In addition, popular instructors can live stream their classes to at-home or mobile members from the same, integrated platform.
We asked Garrett Marshall, president, Xponential+, why they chose FitnessOnDemand, and he had this to say: “FitnessOnDemand was a simple and immediate choice for us when we started looking for a streaming partner to handle our brands’ scale and popularity. Our franchisees, their businesses and their members all work hard, so we wanted a simple, reliable, and premium experience every time. FitnessOnDemand brings technological innovation, market leadership and a guarantee of excellence to that challenge as well as everything they do.”
Xponential Fitness’ portfolio of fitness brands represents ten unique modalities including Club Pilates, the nation’s largest Pilates brand; CycleBar, the largest indoor cycling brand; StretchLab, the largest indoor stretching brand in the United States; Row House, a high-energy, low-impact indoor rowing workout; AKT, a dance-based cardio workout combining toning, interval and circuit training; YogaSix, the largest franchised yoga brand; Pure Barre, a total body workout that uses the ballet barre to perform small isometric movements; STRIDE Fitness, a treadmill-based cardio and strength training concept; Rumble, a boxing-inspired full-body workout; and BFT, its newest brand and a functional training, strength-based program.