FirstService Residential and Les Mills have announced a partnership to provide free digital workout solutions to the residents in communities it manages, as well as its associates, as the COVID-19 pandemic forces community fitness centers to temporarily close.
“We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Les Mills as part of our Lifestyle@Home program,” said Michael Mendillo president, FirstService Residential. “It has been our goal, during this pandemic, to provide our residents with exclusive access to unique virtual programming, as well as provide our associates with ways to maintain their minds and bodies during this time.”
The group fitness expert is providing access to its LES MILLS™ On Demand (LMOD) digital fitness platform. LMOD enables users to stream, cast or download over 1,000 world-leading workouts – including BODYPUMP™, BODYCOMBAT™ and BODYFLOW® – at home or on the go. The platform features the most popular Les Mills programs presented by the world’s best instructors and supported by expertly designed training guides. The workouts are as short as 15 minutes – ideal for in-home use – and they’re scientifically structured to challenge, reward and drive results. With new workouts added every week, there’s no chance of the dreaded “exercise boredom” seeping in.
“Big challenges call for bold solutions, so we’re opening up LMOD to support our partners in keeping the world moving,” said Les Mills International CEO Clive Ormerod, “We all know exercise is the cornerstone of a healthy immune system, so the fitness industry has a major role to play in helping keep people fit in the face of coronavirus.”
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