A new app for runners is giving them a new way to get to the gym.
The app, called Asuna, offers users a workout on the go, whether it’s for 30 minutes or an hour, and offers a free 30-minute session if they have the time.
It also allows them to record a video of themselves running, or use the smartphone to record the session.
Users can add their own workout plans or upload a friend or colleague who has a similar activity to their own.
“It’s like having a gym membership,” one user, who has an Asuna membership, said.
“There’s lots of great features, it’s really well designed, the app is a pleasure to use.”
Mr Coggins is one of several people who have signed up to try the app.
“The thing that’s really cool about the app, the only way that I can think of is if you’re on a tight schedule, that’s the only thing you can do on a treadmill,” he said.
He said he liked the idea of being able to take his run or bike commute to a gym without leaving the house.
“A lot of people use the train, they go on a train, or they walk, but there’s only so many places to go on that.”
You can’t do that with the treadmill.
“Mr Maitland said the app had already proven itself on its first try.”
Asuna is a really good product because it is an activity that’s not a big part of your daily life, but it’s definitely a great way to start a day, especially if you can get your morning jog in before you go to work,” he told the ABC.
Mr Mayland also uses the app to train himself, with a focus on running.”
I have a lot of energy going into the morning when I run because I feel like I’m getting a really great workout in and then I have to hit the gym to get it done,” he added.
Mr Cuggins said it would be a great experience for people looking to get off the sofa.”
If you’re doing a lot more than a couple of hours a day then you’re not going to do a good job at getting off the couch,” he explained.”
What you’re going to find is that if you want to get on the treadmill for a longer period of time, then you’ll want to do some really long runs.
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