Fitness giant Technogym will enable club operators to offer at-home training and coaching services to members remotely via its Mywellness Cloud platform.
Aiming to keep members engaged and motivated while gyms are temporarily shut, the Mywellness app will offer a workout of the day challenge, with three new workouts added daily to keep users active.
It will also enable trainers to deliver personalised fitness programming, that has been tailored to the individual, which will help members to achieve their goals even when they are unable to attend the gym.
The app also features a chat to coach function, which enables trainers to keep in touch with members and keep them motivated.
In addition, Technogym is offering a digital consultancy service to operators registered with Mywellness that will teach them more about the platform's capabilities.
"Club members who have the opportunity to train at home, prove to be more loyal to their club long term," said a release.
"They are more likely to return because they haven't lost their training habit."
Operators can sign up here
to receive Technogym's free digital consultancy services.