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New Online Community 4metraining.com Makes Fitness Accessible And Affordable For All

New Online Community 4metraining.com Makes Fitness Accessible And Affordable For All

BATON ROUGE, LA – Many give up on their fitness goals not for a lack of effort, but for a lack of time. Listed among the reasons those giving up on their journey to getting in shape are the inability to visit the gym regularly, as well as the reluctance to upkeep costly memberships to fitness clubs, which have proven to be a significant financial investment with little results. 4ME Training was created to specifically address the needs of those looking to improve their wellbeing, without their fitness regimen interrupting their lifestyle.

Offering “a virtual fitness studio that is dynamic, rewarding, and social”, 4ME Training makes training sessions “easier, more effective, and more enjoyable than ever before.” The platform’s unique workout system consists of a creation engine that generates a different workout for each user every time. This way, 4ME Training community members benefit from variety in their exercise regimens, which helps in keeping them motivated to continue working on enhancing their physique and boosting their stamina.

Through utilizing High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), 4ME Training allows users to choose from a variety of workout styles that are “optimized for strength, cardio or general fitness”, according to what best suits their schedule and needs.

4ME Training’s proprietary workout system is designed with user convenience in mind. For this reason, features such as “an interval timer, videos for each exercise, and audio cues” have been incorporated into it, so as to make working out with 4ME Training feel exciting and effortless.

“My wife and I are passionate about helping others to be happy and healthy,” said Micah Morris, founder of 4ME Training, “so we developed an online community with a better way for people to access custom workouts anywhere and anytime they want.”

The platform’s “integrated social experience” gives users the opportunity to “add friends, make new friends, challenge each other, and win achievements and trophies”, making fitness “engaging” and “fun”.

Basic membership to 4ME Training is free of charge, while new users can enjoy a 30-day trial period of the paid, premium access membership. Registering on 4ME Training can be easily done via email or Facebook signup.

To learn more about 4ME Training, please visit: www.4metraining.com

Media Contact
Company Name: 4ME Training, LLC
Contact Person: Micah Morris
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (225) 603-6459
Address:5422 Superior Drive, Suite D
City: Baton Rouge
State: LA 70816
Country: United States
Website: http://www.4metraining.com/