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Kinetic launches video streaming subscription with The Sufferfest

Published March 3, 2016

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (BRAIN) — Trainer brand Kinetic, which recently launched its Kinetic Fit power-based training application, is introducing a video streaming subscription package with The Sufferfest.

The $10 monthly subscription gets users access to The Sufferfest’s cycing training videos with licensed footage from pro races including the Tour de France. Kinetic has created each corresponding workout in the app with power and cadence targets.

“This really raises the bar for indoor cycle training, especially for people who are short on time or money,” said David Simpson, Kinetic’s marketing manager. “The videos are effective and motivating on their own, but streaming them in Kinetic Fit has the added benefit of displaying real-time targets and wattage output.”

The Sufferfest streaming subscription provides unlimited access to 28 expert training videos that target key objectives such as speed, climbing and time trialing. By streaming the videos instead of downloading them, users save device storage space and pay a fraction of the cost of purchase.

Kinetic is the only brand partner of The Sufferfest to offer this type of service. The videos can be viewed via Kinetic Fit on an iOS device, a second screen using an Apple TV, or by direct HDMI input with an adapter. Android subscribers will need Google Chromecast and a television while the Android version of the app is in beta.

s can be viewed via Kinetic Fit on an iOS device, a second screen using an Apple TV, or by direct HDMI input with an adapter. Android subscribers will need Google Chromecast and a television while the Android version of the app is in beta.

For more information, visit the Kinetic website.

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