9Round has introduced a new on-demand service providing handy tutorials for kickboxing fanatics.
The gym franchise, which is now the biggest kickboxing chain in the world, has called the app 9RoundNOW. It'll give those who buy it the chance to take part in workout exercises led by the business's knowledgeable trainers.
Every week, 9Round will release a range of half-hour videos, focussing on different kickboxing-inspired routines. But you don't need any specialist equipment to benefit; the exercises are designed to be accessible for everyone.
The 9RoundNOW app was first unveiled on Wednesday 16th December, and users must pay a subscription fee to access it. From now until the end of January, anyone who wants to take part in the franchise's kickboxing exercise routines can sign up for a reduced membership price of $14.99.
To develop the new app and range of exercise tutorials, 9Round partnered with video-on-demand (VOD) and technology firm Intelivideo. In the past months, the company has noticed a huge rise in demand for its services, and some clients have experienced a 500 percent rise in their number of subscribers.
9Round's founder and CEO, Shannon Hudson, said,
"When the pandemic hit this year, we immediately launched at-home workouts for the safety of our members. The response was overwhelmingly positive, with many reaching their fitness goals.
"We expect the future of fitness to be a continuation of this hybrid model for people working out both in the gym and at home. That's why we've built a complete filming studio over the last few months to produce new world-class workouts that members can access anywhere."
"We are committed more than ever to 9Round's mission of 'making people stronger in 30 minutes' and continue to evolve our brand to meet the changing needs of our customers."
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©