Apple Fitness +, Apple’s youngest subscription service, has added new content. Now your exercises can be explored in the form of collections, grouped together to help users find sets of activities designed to meet specific movement goals.

Mini-courses that serve as a guide

The initial collections will be six, and more will be added over time:

  • 30 day core challenge
  • Improve your posture with Pilates
  • Perfect your balancing postures in Yoga
  • Run your first 5K race
  • Strengthen your back and stretch your hips
  • Relax to go better to bed

Each of these collections includes several training sessions starting from scratch to meet the goal even if you are not in your best physical shape. This will help those subscribers who, faced with a varied catalog of exercises, did not know where to start.

In addition to the Collections, a new series called Time to run, which will have new episodes every Monday and will consist of audio tracks that will cheer you up while running or on the street or on a tape. It will also be available for wheelchair users, and will star relevant athletes such as Cory Wharton-Malcolm or Sam Sánchez.

The format is similar to ‘Hora de Andar’ that premieres a new season also these days. It replaces the music that you can play while you walk, and serves to encourage you to get used to a routine of physical activity.

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All of these news are available from the Fitness app on iOS and watchOS, but remember: you must be an Apple Fitness + subscriber to access them. The plans start from 9.99 euros per month, although you can join it to the rest of Apple services with an Apple Premium plan.

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