Getting back into exercise is one of the most common good resolutions every new year. The French are no exception, as according to the latest barometer of the French Federation of Physical Education and Voluntary Gymnastics, regular physical activity is among the best decisions for 2023 (for 32% of respondents). spending more time with family (25%) and reserving moments of real leisure (24%). But the fact is that the current inflationary context is forcing the French to make choices about their current spending, and physical activity is no exception to the rule. So 50% of French people who intend to do so say that inflation has already made them refuse to attend a sporting event, cancel or renew their sports subscription, or even buy new equipment. The good news for them is that since December 30, it is now possible to play sports at home thanks to the courses offered by the Netflix streaming platform. And this is a direct collaboration with an application very well known to fitness enthusiasts: Nike Training Club (NTC).
“ Getting motivated to exercise isn’t always easy, but the ability to burn calories and then jump right into one of your favorite shows has a certain appeal. Here’s what you can do now: Netflix members will be able to watch fitness content from Nike Training Club for the first time. “, announced the platform on its dedicated website. Each Nike Training Club program has several episodes for a total of 30 hours of training, divided into several categories (yoga, strength, cardio training). The sessions are available in ten languages (for example, dubbed into French), all workouts for fitness levels and interests Nike Training Club says Netflix members will have access to more than 90 workouts that cater to all fitness levels. There are dozens of world-class trainers from Nike requires little or no equipment and covers a wide range of exercise types, durations and intensities.
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The cooperation between the two platforms is in two stages: the five-category training program started at the end of December (46 classes) and additional programs will be launched during 2023. to choose according to the type of exercise or the duration of the session. Another good news for applicants: no courses have ever been published there. Be careful, you have to type “Nike” into the search bar to find these workouts, as they don’t automatically appear on the home page. The first set of classes includes: Kickstart Fitness with the Basics (13 episodes, beginner, bodyweight strength training/aerobics), Two Weeks to a Stronger Core (7 episodes, beginner, HIIT, bodyweight strength training and yoga), Fall Vinyasa Yoga (6 episodes, starter), HIT & Strength with Tara (14 episodes, starter, HIIT and bodyweight strength training) and Love with Feel-Good Fitness (6 episodes, starter, strength training with dumbbells).
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Also note that the courses are available to all types of subscribers (regardless of the subscription formula) and there is no additional cost if viewed on a TV, smartphone, tablet or computer. A good reason why more than 223 million Netflix members around the world find motivation in a few clicks to move a little every day and keep that good resolution. Moreover, in France last year, 6 out of 10 French people said they had a more sedentary lifestyle than before the health crisis. This new edition of the barometer of the French Federation of Physical Education and Voluntary Gymnastics shows that among respondents, a sedentary lifestyle is mainly felt in physical well-being (59%), general fitness (58%) and psychological well-being (56%). ). Finally, exercise time among the French who do sports is increasing and has never been longer, at an average of 4.6 hours (vs. 3.7 hours in 2021). The only downside: men exercise an average of 5.3 hours per week, compared to 3.9 hours for women.