Fitness comes back to Xbox thanks to Fitbit Coach

It’s been sometime since Xbox killed Xbox Fitness but finally fitness is coming back to Xbox thanks to Fitbit and their Fitbit Coach app.

Available right now on Xbox, Fitbit Coach provides guided workouts that can be done right there in your lounge room and of course are designed to compliment those who use a Fitbit device. The app is available for Xbox One consoles and Windows 10 PCs and devices.

Fitbit Coach will offer one free personalised program to members and a selection of audio and video workouts. To get more out of the app and access more workouts and programs members can pay a $62.99NZD annual membership fee.

If you’re already using a Fitbit device and Fitbit Coach to work out, you’ll be treated to the same great experience on Xbox with one additional perk:

The ability to see your heart rate in real time on your TV. Knowing your heart rate and which heart rate zone you’re in will help you optimize your intensity and help Fitbit better measure your calorie burn. For help setting up the live-heart-rate-tracking feature, see Can I view live heart rate data in the Fitbit Coach app?

If you’re new to Fitbit Coach, here’s what you can expect:

  • Video workouts—like Warm It Up and 10-Minute Abs—that show you the exercises and provide step-by-step coaching, motivation, and tips. Most workouts are dynamic and evolve based on your plans, goals, and feedback. New workouts are added regularly to keep things fresh.
  • Customizable music via Fitbit Radio powered by, which offers a variety of stations, from pop to hip-hop, so you can choose what motivates you.
  • Recommended Workouts based on your daily activity (if you use a Fitbit device), providing personalized fitness guidance to better help you reach your goals.
  • More than 50 expert-designed running and walking audio workouts in the Fitbit Coach mobile app designed to help you safely improve your endurance, speed, and form. Choose from outdoor or treadmill sessions and select the difficulty, duration, trainer, and music.

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