Fitness company Mirror released a $ 1, 500 proprietary reflective LCD display last year. Its purpose is to stream fitness lessons to direct users. Thanks to this, they had the opportunity to perform even the most difficult exercises after the instructor.
And now Mirror has announced a new service - personal training. Now, using two-way audio and video broadcasting, users can practice individually with their trainers in real time.
A smart "mirror" selects a personal trainer for each client in accordance with his sports preferences (for example, he wants to do yoga, kettlebell lifting or kickboxing), the coach's motivational style, the duration of the classes and the schedule. One lesson will cost $ 40, which is significantly less than for "live" lessons (prices are relevant for fitness centers in the United States - ed. By Techcult). True, this will require an additional purchase of a monthly subscription, which will cost another $ 39. Well, the main condition is to acquire the "smart mirror" itself.