Updated September 22, 2018 07:55:18Amped Fitness has added a new fitness app, which brings together the power of fitness tracking, and a variety of social features to make it easy for people to stay connected and motivated.
The new fitness apps is a part of the company’s commitment to building an inclusive ecosystem of apps and services that empower individuals to get fit.
The app is available in Australia and New Zealand, and is designed for the new fitness-obsessed lifestyle, which has seen a surge in interest and adoption of the wearable technology.
The Amped Fitness app is designed to bring people closer to their bodies and their health, and the company has been working with fitness professionals and researchers to develop the fitness app.
The new fitness application, known as AmpedFit, features an innovative design that allows people to connect to each other via their phone and receive notifications from the Amped app when their activity level increases.
This allows Amped Fit users to keep up with their fitness levels while keeping in touch with their peers, and provides users with the opportunity to keep track of their health and fitness progress.
This new fitness system is part of a larger vision for the Amptech company, which aims to build an inclusive, connected ecosystem of fitness apps and health and wellness services.
AmpedFit will work alongside Amped Health and Amped Sport, which will be part of Amped Sports, the fitness platform that Amped launched in November.
“We’re excited to see Amped join the growing suite of fitness and wellness products that can be found on the Ampshelf,” said Amped CEO and co-founder, Michael Pardee.
“Amped Fit brings together Amped’s power to track and monitor people’s fitness, while AmpedSport and Amptemporia bring new ways for people around the world to connect with one another and gain motivation through a variety and diverse mix of activity.”
The Ampthelf will be one of the first to see the full Amptax app suite in the Ampetech store.
“Amped fitness apps are available in the app store, with more to come.
The company has also launched an iOS app, the Amping Fitness app, that allows users to download and use a fitness tracking app to track their exercise, calorie burn and more.
Users can use the app to check their calorie burn, exercise level and other information, and also access their Fitbits and other fitness devices through the Ampsext app, a companion app to the Ambed Fitness app.
Amped Fitness has also introduced an Amped Connect app that allows Ampteers to connect, share and track their fitness data.
The fitness apps also include a new social feature that allows friends to join in on the fun by sharing their activities and personalised notifications.
This is the first time Amped has introduced a new connected fitness app in Australia, and it marks the company first release in New Zealand.
Amptech CEO and CEO of the New Zealand-based company, John Stokes, said the Ampax app is a great first step to create an inclusive fitness ecosystem that brings people closer together and makes it easier to stay active.”
New Zealand is home to some of the best sports and fitness facilities in the world, so our hope is that people will embrace the Amplax app to stay fit,” he said.”
I’m looking forward to working with New Zealand and the rest of the global Amped community to bring the AmPax app and Ampact to other countries.
“The Ampacts app is currently available in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, and Australia.
The company is also working on its third fitness app for the US and the first for Australia.
The Amped Flex app is due for release in the first half of 2018, and will feature a variety a new features and functionality, including an integrated nutrition tracking feature, the ability to set your daily exercise goals, and more, as well as access to the new Ampt Health and AMpt Sport apps.”
Ampthefitness has also partnered with Australian fitness expert, and personal trainer, Andrew McLean, to develop Amptebody, a fitness app that will help Ampted Fit users gain and retain muscle mass.”
Our goal is to make Amped fit as accessible as the Ampx app and fitness tracker.”
Ampthefitness has also partnered with Australian fitness expert, and personal trainer, Andrew McLean, to develop Amptebody, a fitness app that will help Ampted Fit users gain and retain muscle mass.
Ampext has partnered with Dr. Andrew Leung of the University of Technology Sydney and Dr. David Leung, a specialist in strength and conditioning, to help develop the Amper Fitness app for Amptet.
The New Zealand company is already building a range of fitness-focused apps, including AmpedPrest, which combines the fitness-tracking capabilities of the Ampurest fitness tracker with the social capabilities of Ampeeprest,