Cure.fit, one of India’s most famous fitness and health app, recently declared its extension into the United States, according to a Businesswire report. In answer to rising demand for its award-winning platform, the fitness app can be directly accessible from iOS and Android.
Cure.fit is an integrative health app that encompasses all aspects of a healthy lifestyle on one platform. It has holistic health contributions over physical fitness and workouts, healthy food, and mental well-being. The app gives workout classes over multiple formats—yoga, dance, and strength, throughout the day, providing users with enough opportunities to pick the format at the time of their preference. Headed by star trainers, Cure.fit tracks performance with its Energy Meter, will enable users to compete with others in real-time, and gives weekly reports, said Businesswire.
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than 75 percent of adults do not satisfy the guidelines for both aerobic and muscle-strengthening exercises, and less than five percent of adults compete in 30 minutes of physical movement every day. Only one in three adults got the suggested amount of physical activity every week. Furthermore, about 90 percent of Americans eat more sodium than is suggested for a healthy diet, and the loss of sodium could protect up to $20 billion a year on medical costs.