A new fitness app from The Run Club and FitnessTap is launching in Canada.
The app is called Run Club, and it allows people to purchase a monthly membership to join a community of fitness enthusiasts that include a few celebrity trainers and celebrities.
It’s also available for iOS and Android.
It has no price tag.
The company says it is a great way to spend $50 a month.
“We’ve built this community of people that are passionate about running and the kind of fitness that they can do,” said Scott Hulick, The Run Cocktail’s vice-president of global sales.
“They’re passionate about it and they’re passionate that you can do it and it’s affordable.”
The app was created by a team at The Run Collective, an Ottawa-based fitness group founded by Canadian athletes including Mark Hunt and Mark McFarland.
The Run club started in 2009 with a $30 membership, and now has a membership of $120.
Hulick said he and his team decided to make Run Club more accessible to Canadian runners because the amount of time they spend on the treadmill has been growing rapidly in recent years.
“When you start out, you start with an empty treadmill, and you’ve got to spend an hour every day just trying to get that running to get it to your heart rate, and then you get the treadmill.
And then, it just goes up and up and it kind of keeps going,” Hulokick said.
“It just goes faster and faster and then, when you get to your mid-30s, you’re not really going to do any of that.”
The Run Club’s website also has links to help people sign up for the program, and the app also allows you to create your own account.
There’s a free version, which allows you only to sign up to the Run Club community and does not include membership.
It also does not allow users to buy the Run membership.
The free version of the app allows users to track their progress and progress from one month to the next, and also has tips on how to stay fit and healthy.
Hoolick said the app is intended to be used for fitness purposes and is not for people who are training to compete in the Olympics or who are already involved in fitness competitions.
“You can’t really make a sport out of it.
There are so many variables involved.
And the fitness aspect, we have to make sure we make it really affordable for people,” Hoolick told CBC News.
The Run Collective has also launched an app called FitnessTap.
It offers a more casual version of The Run, and users can use it to purchase fitness gear.
FitnessTap has no cost and no age restriction.
It was created to make it easier for people to track fitness progress.
“A lot of people do the treadmill and they think they’re going to get a lot of mileage and a lot more strength and they don’t,” Houlick said, adding that many people do not do any form of cardio.
“It’s not a cardio type of workout.
You’re going through a lot less muscle fatigue.
And it’s also not going to be taxing on your heart.”
Hulokik said the average person who wants to buy a membership for $30 a month can purchase up to three months of fitness training.
He said the amount that can be purchased is limited to three different categories.
Fitness for people between 18 and 35, fitness for people aged 18 to 25 and fitness for older people.
“I think a lot people would be disappointed if it wasn’t $50 per month,” he said.
Houlick also said he is working with fitness experts in the United States to make the app more accessible in Canada, and that he hopes the app will gain traction.
The app has no pricing information available at the moment, but Hulicks said it is planned to be rolled out to all major U.S. cities and states in the near future.
“Our goal is to get this to as many people as possible, and hopefully by the end of this year, hopefully we will be able to offer it to more people in Canada,” Hulsick said of the fitness app.
“Hopefully it will be rolled into the Canadian fitness community and it will become more of a thing.”