The fitness app is set to be a hot topic in the United States in the coming weeks as fitness and body image experts discuss its role in changing perceptions about women.
Planet Fitness, a fitness app that offers free and paid classes, will feature a host of celebrities, models, and other people that will be featured in the app.
The stars will also be featured on the app’s homepage.
In addition to the stars, Planet Fitness will include a host to other celebrities that have taken part in the program.
Among the celebrities included will be models including Kim Kardashian West, Christina Aguilera, and Kim Kardashian.
The celebrity profiles are all exclusive to Planet Fitness, so no one outside of the brand is allowed to participate in the online classes.
But Planet Fitness said it will be open to anyone interested in participating in the class.
“We will have celebrity and model profiles on the Planet Fitness website to help us better engage the millions of people who have signed up to our online class offerings,” said Kim Davis, senior vice president of product management for Planet Fitness.
Planet will feature celebrities and models from across the world, including models who were part of the first-ever Planet Fitness Fitness Body and Fitness Showcase.
The Planet Fitness Body & Fitness Showcases are held at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.
These events are meant to showcase the latest trends in fitness and health, such as yoga and yoga pants.
The showcases have been held annually since 1998.
The showcases are hosted by stars from the world of fitness and fitness accessories.
The celebrities include models like Michelle Pfeiffer, Brooke Baldwin, and Katie Price, and others.
A number of celebrities have come out in support of the Planet fitness app.
Last month, actress Amber Rose joined celebrities like Beyonce, Jessica Simpson, and Demi Moore in supporting the app and its creators.
Rose’s support came as the app was facing a backlash over its nudity and body shaming.
The company’s social media presence has also been critical of the app, with celebrity accounts criticizing the app for its lack of nude models.
A spokesperson for Planet fitness told NBC News that the company is committed to diversity and inclusion and will not be using models that have a history of being targeted.
“At this point, we’re not in the business of shaming people for their bodies,” the spokesperson said.