It’s very rare that a device purchased several years ago receives a useful free update. You typically need to upgrade to get the latest features, but if you bought a new Samsung TV after the beginning of 2020, you can get free workouts to build muscle and burn fat at home. Now available for streaming.
It offers 26 on-demand classes that can be taken at no additional cost through the Samsung Health app, thanks to a new partnership with audio-focused workout app WithU. And the good news is that this deal applies to any of Samsung’s top-of-the-line TVs released after January 2020.
WithU has its own library of exercise classes within the app, but these routines are exclusive to the Samsung TV-based WithU on-screen program, and sessions start at 10 minutes in case you’re short on time but want to get your body moving And train your muscles.
According to Kaleigh Scott, one of WithU’s co-founders, its purpose is to “bring world-class coaching to everyone and help people around the world build sustainable fitness routines.” is. So in each class he has two instructors who demonstrate a beginner and an advanced version of the workout.
This means that you can effectively access 52 routines. That’s why it’s great if you’re just starting out, as you can use the beginner moves to continue challenging your muscles along the way until you feel strong enough to move on to advanced routines. Progressive overload technique.
One of the things that makes WithU better than many other great workout apps is that it primarily focuses on audio instruction rather than video. This is perfect if you’re exercising outdoors or want to keep your phone safe while wearing sports headphones and exercising.
You don’t need a WithU membership to use Samsung’s exclusive routines, but downloading the app also provides a variety of free workouts that you can do on the go. You can also access our entire library of over 1,500 sessions for just $9.99 per month.
If you’re into Samsung’s ecosystem, you’ve probably come across the Health app at least once. It is installed on all his Samsung smartphones and helps you track your steps, sleep, and other fitness statistics in a similar way to Apple Health on your iPhone.
All you need is an account to get started, but it also works well with the company’s wearables like the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6. It fuses a modified version of Google’s Wear OS with fitness tracking sensors and gives you access to all the important Google apps.