Netflix will begin streaming Nike Fitness Club classes next week


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Have you ever wanted to work out using your mobile device and then jump right into one of your favorite TV shows or movies without ever having to leave your app? You can soon do that with Netflix, as the streaming platform recently announced that it’s going to start streaming fitness content from Nike Training Club next week.

For those unfamiliar, Nike Training Club is a service where users can access an online library of workouts and personal training from Nike’s certified trainers to help them achieve their fitness goals. The service is similar to Apple Fitness+ or Peloton.

Netflix will release 30 hours of training in two groups. The first cycle of fitness classes will be launched on December 30, and will include the following programs:

  1. Kickstart fitness with the basics (13 episodes)
  2. Two weeks to a stronger nucleus (7 episodes)
  3. Fall in love with vinyasa yoga (6 episodes)
  4. HIT & Strength with Terra (14 episodes)
  5. Ability to feel good (6 episodes)

The second batch of content will arrive sometime in 2023. All content will be available in multiple languages ​​across all Netflix shows.

To access Nike Training Club, Netflix members can search for “Nike” in the app.

This move Shows Netflix is ​​branching out from its typical business of distributing movies and TV shows. Back in 2021, the streaming service entered the gaming industry with the release of mobile games. The company has also shown interest in launching its own cloud gaming service to compete with Xbox Cloud Gaming, GeForce Now and Amazon Luna.


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