Adidas to offer free premium access to adidas Training and adidas Running apps for next three months


Adidas has announced it will offer free premium access to its adidas Training and adidas Running apps for the next three months. — AFP Relaxnews

Adidas announced on March 25 that it will be offering three months of free premium access to two of its fitness apps in an effort to help those of us currently self-isolating keep fit at home.

Adidas will offer athletes around the world free premium access to the adidas Training and adidas Running apps, making it the latest sports giants to show its support during the current Covid-19 outbreak after Nike made its NTC Premium subscription-based streaming service free to US subscribers earlier this week and Under Armour launched a 30-day 'Healthy at Home' challenge on Monday via its MyFitnessPal and MapMyRun platforms.

The adidas apps offer fitness fans a mix of at-home workouts and nutrition guides and are available in 15 languages so people around the globe can all benefit.

Adidas will also be launching free virtual experiences across its social and digital channels in the next few weeks, including its own at-home workout challenge,"Fit From Home" where anyone around the world can join in a collective goal to stay active, with nearly half a million participants from 192 countries already signed up.

There will also be weekly event schedules for runners, including sessions from adidas coaches on meditation, yoga, HIIT, nutrition to help supplement your workouts.

Those interested in joining in can keep up to date with the schedule of events on Instagram and Facebook and sign up to receive notifications about coming activities at adidas.com/hometeam. – AFP Relaxnews

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