iFit® has come a long way since its origins in the 1990s. What once started as a set of audio CD’s has since grown into a world-traveling, all-encompassing virtual adventure for hermits and adrenaline seekers alike.
iFit is rising in popularity, thanks to its ever-growing library of exercise videos and a team of incredible personal trainers – and more people are noticing! In fact, Forbes® recently featured the Commercial X32i Incline Treadmill and iFit, expressing the unique aspect of world travel that iFit provides to its users.
From aboard your home treadmill, you can virtually climb to the top of the highest mountains, walk the sandy beaches of Australia, or experience a studio exercise class led by world-class personal trainers.
The awe-inspiring views you get from the console of your X32i have you traveling across the seven continents and are truly incredible. iFit professional trainers lead you through invigorating runs, breathtaking hikes, historical walks, full-body workouts by the beach, and more. Watching iFit videos around the world may leave you wanting more – whether you’re looking forward to your next workout, or perhaps considering booking a flight. Forbes® writer Joni Sweet cautions her readers:
“Working out on the NordicTrack X32i means you can walk, jog, and trek around the planet’s top destinations without packing a suitcase. But if you happen to have a sudden urge to book a trip to Patagonia after completing the training, don’t say you weren’t warned.”
Travel over to Forbes.com to read Joni’s article featuring the Commercial X32i Incline Treadmill and her experience with iFit to see what else she has to say. Vacation enthusiasts and homebodies alike will get a real kick out of iFit’s world travels, the fun and personable trainers, and the iFit community that’s springing up all over the world. iFit is accessible through NordicTrack’s treadmills, ellipticals, exercise bikes, rowers, and the Fusion CST. With so many options, there are ways for everyone to enjoy iFit.
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