FitReserve Expands Digital Offering with Sweat Factor Partnership


FitReserve Expands Digital Offering with Sweat Factor Partnership

— Partnership Adds 50 On-Demand Video Workouts to Enhance Virtual Membership —

NEW YORK (July 22, 2020) -- FitReserve, the premier multi-studio fitness membership, and Sweat Factor, a leading streaming workout provider, today announced a partnership by which FitReserve Anywhere members can access streaming content from Sweat Factor’s internationally-recognized trainers directly in FitReserve’s mobile apps.

Members of FitReserve Anywhere, FitReserve’s new all-access virtual fitness membership, can now access thousands of live stream classes from premier studios in addition to unlimited access to 50 on-demand streaming workouts that can be taken at any time and anywhere. Workouts include HIIT, barre, yoga, boxing, strength, and more, with all videos included in FitReserve Anywhere memberships at no extra charge.

“As the demand for at-home workout options continues to rise, we are excited to add Sweat Factor’s best-in-class streaming content to complement our live stream and on-demand audio workout options,” said Megan Smyth, CEO and Co-Founder of FitReserve. “Partnering with Sweat Factor furthers our mission of simplifying your active life and making fitness more convenient, motivating, and affordable.”

“Sweat Factor is excited to provide FitReserve Anywhere members with access to our world-class trainers at any time and anywhere. With a wide variety of workouts, we’ve got you covered to meet your personal fitness goals no matter what your schedule may be,” said Mike Donavanik, CEO and Founder of Sweat Factor.

About FitReserve:

FitReserve is the premier multi-studio fitness membership that allows you to mix-and-match workouts and choose from over 250,000 monthly classes across a curated selection of the best studios and gyms at over 50% off retail. FitReserve’s newest offering, FitReserve Anywhere, is an all-access membership that provides access to thousands of live stream classes from premier studios plus unlimited access to hundreds of on-demand audio and video workouts. For more information, visit, download the app on iOS or Google Play, and follow FitReserve on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

About Sweat Factor:

Sweat Factor provides a library of more than 400 on-demand, at-home workouts from internationally recognized trainers like Mike Donavanik, Anja Garcia, Gideon Akande, Sarah Kusch, Betina Gozo, Ashley Joi, Kenta Seki, and more. The library has all the workouts needed to meet any personal fitness goal, including a wide range of classes, from HIIT to yoga, barre to bootcamp, kettlebells to kickboxing, even Pilates and prenatal. Sweat Factor adds new content every week, and can be watched on a Mac/PC or from a Sweat Factor app on iPhone, Android, Roku, or Apple TV. For more information, visit 




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  • Wow! This is such great news for me. I am glad that this happened, because I wanted to get into FitReserve for a long time, because I understand that during this time you are really supervised by professionals in their field. Sometimes this is the most important part of training for your health. Just as important is taking the right supplements. Let's say if you lack energy, then I advise you to try CBD and you will be surprised at the result.

  • Thanks for sharing

  • That's a great partnership. Hope it will last.

  • Thank you! I hope to see more updates from you.

  • This is a reasonable and beneficial move by FitReserve in the context of increasing demand for home workouts due to the impact of the pandemic. Partnering with Sweat Factor to offer on-demand video workouts will enrich FitReserve's virtual membership offerings. This will bring more options to customers, meeting the need for flexible and convenient training right at home. However, FitReserve also needs to ensure service quality and good customer experience when expanding such online services.

  • This is a meaningful cooperation, helping to expand digital resources and enhance member experience. However, I think we need to pay more attention to content quality, not just quantity. Exercises need to be appropriate, scientific and bring real results to the practitioner. Overall, this is a step in the right direction for the digital age.

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