Gympass and Strava join forces in global partnership

Gympass has teamed up with the fitness tracking app Strava  to encourage people to stay active.

With more than 90 million users across the world, Strava is now part of the Gympass partner network, a platform for corporate wellbeing present in 10 countries. The global partnership is available to members of all Gympass plans, in all countries in which the Strava platform operates.

Gympass members will be able to use Strava subscription versions to record their activities outdoor and indoor, at the gym, compare and improve performance over time, compete with their community, and share their photos, stories and highlights with friends, matching offline and online experiences. The app is also ideal for those who want only to get information such as: distance, accumulated altitude, maximum and average speed, heart rate, and the route on the map.

The partnership with Strava increases the portfolio of digital wellness solutions offered by Gympass, such as live classes, virtual sessions with personal trainers, meditation, mindfulness, yoga, individual therapies, nutrition programs and financial education. Since March 2020, Gympass has registered 4.7 million uses of its digital offerings.

"All our efforts are focused on reinventing wellbeing, making it universal, engaging and accessible, and with each new partnership we are fulfilling this. We’re proud of the journey we are on, with more than 3,000 companies prioritising the health of employees and their families. Having Strava join us on this journey reassures me that together, we are bringing improved health and quality of life to millions of people,” says Rodrigo Silveira, senior vice president of new venture at Gympass.

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