Subjects: Spa, fitness, well-being
Motosumo launches livestream at-home cycling classes with an app that turns any bike into a smart bike
As gyms and studios struggle to stay open, at-home fitness is here to stay. Motosumo Live makes it easier than ever to get the studio experience at home, with unlimited, live indoor cycling classes for only $12.99/month. And all with an app that turns any bike into a smart bike.
Motosumo sponsors the world’s largest fitness-education convention, SCW Live Stream MANIA®
Motosumo has been announced as a sponsor of this year's SCW convention, which, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, will be held entirely online for the first time ever.
This enormous digital event is powered by Zoom and runs from Friday, May 29 to Sunday, May 31. It brings together thousands of fitness professionals and business owners for a weekend packed full of seminars and live training sessions
Strava recently stopped supporting Bluetooth and ANT+ sensors. Motosumo has a workaround.
Last year, Strava dropped support for external Bluetooth and ANT+ sensors. Thanks to a new integration, Motosumo has a workaround.
Motosumo works with any Bluetooth-enabled indoor bike (including those with ANT+ sensors) and most heart rate monitors to record data from indoor cycling and group fitness workouts. The new Strava integration automatically uploads all your Motosumo workouts to your
Motosumo releases algorithm that could make high-tech indoor bikes obsolete
Motosumo uses the sensors inside your smartphone to track fitness data during indoor cycling workouts. One of the metrics it can measure is cadence, i.e., how fast a rider is pedaling. Normally, you could only get this kind of data from an indoor bike with integrated software. Now, thanks to the new algorithm, all you need is a smartphone.
The algorithm is the work of Motosumo’s tech team, a mo
Motosumo secures its first gym partnership in South Africa
The revolutionary group fitness app has partnered up with Viva Gym, a fitness chain with studios in seven locations around the country.
After a successful trial run with 120 members at their Sunningdale studio, near Cape Town, Viva is now rolling out Motosumo in Walmer, Port Elizabeth, with plans to implement it across their entire nationwide chain by the end of 2020.
Karin Hesse, manager at
2019: The ups, the downs, the ass-whoopings
CEO and co-founder, Kresten Juel Jensen, looks back over 2019 and predicts what the new year has in store for Motosumo.
Motosumo lands partnership with French group fitness innovators
Motosumo, the cutting-edge group fitness app, has announced a partnership with Genae Fitness Club. The French fitness chain is one of the country’s leaders in group fitness, with over 5,000 members and a thriving indoor cycling community.
For years Genae has been making a name for itself as an innovator in the industry. “On several occasions we’ve been the first operator to embrace new technolo
Motosumo users plant 2,106 trees for #TeamTrees
338 gyms participated in #TrainForTrees, a week-long drive to raise money for #TeamTrees and the Arbor Day Foundation.
The concept was simple. For every 2,000kcals burned using the Motosumo app, we vowed to plant a tree. We were blown away by the response. Over 4,000 users from all over the world joined forces to turn their group fitness workouts into real-life, oxygen-pumping trees.
Motosumo announces Nick Coutts as new chairman of the board
Revolutionary group fitness app Motosumo is thrilled to announce the appointment of its new chairman of the board, Nick Coutts. Nick will replace his predecessor, Nana Bule, CEO of Microsoft Denmark, who has been on the board since 2016.
“Naturally, we’re sad to see Nana leave,” said Motosumo CEO, Kresten Juel Jensen. “She has been a crucial part of our growth and success. Under her direction,
Motosumo announces “Train for Trees” - a worldwide competition to burn calories for #TeamTrees
From 23 November to 1 December, competing gyms using the Motosumo group fitness app will have their calories converted into real-life trees planted by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Trees are pretty remarkable. And some scientists believe they could be a major weapon in the fight against global warming. Not only do they absorb CO2 and pump out oxygen, they also provide habitats for wildlife, minimiz
Medley and Motosumo team up to bring the group fitness revolution to Sweden
Medley, Sweden's largest privately owned operator of municipal swimming pools and fitness centers, has announced that they will be using Motosumo for group fitness activities in 10 locations around the country.
Medley has been looking for a solution like Motosumo for some time. They have a unique problem: 17 gyms around the country, all with different equipment. Each gym offering an extens