At this time of year my inbox is a mixture of Christmas gadgets and keep-fit ideas for the New Year. However, as we mentioned in our earlier story about Peloton, you shouldn’t really have to spend a fortune on getting and keeping fit.
This one, though, is another paid-for jobby. If you pay for a year in advance it works out at £4.99 and there’s a 14-day trial available so you can give it a sping. It’s called “Auro” and is basically a personal trainer for your eardrums, pushing you to reach your goals.
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This time of year is usually known for ever expanding waistlines as the motivation to go to the gym or get out for a run or bike ride dwindles.
Whether bored at the gym, away travelling, hindered by grim weather outside, or unable to get to a class, there is no reason to skip a workout anymore. All of Auro’s classes are on-demand, so all that is required is a set of earphones/headphones or a speaker and a smartphone. Classes can also be downloaded in advance in case there is no Wi-Fi when choosing to work out.
You can also whack your own musical playlist onto the app via Spotify if you’re not a fan of the platlists delivered directly. They’re adding lots of new classes and multi-week structured training programmes for new starters, those training for a 5k or even a half marathon. The Auro app also integrates with Apple Watch, Garmin, Myzone and a whole range of wearables.
Head to the Auro website for more info.