Indoor training specialist, The Sufferfest, has announced a partnership with Spivi, an industry leader in interactive displays and performance tracking for group indoor cycling applications. This latest Sufferfest partnership to target the group training experience comes in tandem with a recently confirmed tie-up with MyZone. The new Spivi collaboration will allow fitness centres to access workouts from The Sufferfest through the new Spivi cloud-based content distribution platform.
Gyms and cycling studios that use the Spivi Cycle Studio System can now integrate the performance tracking features of the platform with the complete library of 39 structured video workouts from The Sufferfest, giving owners the flexibility of running both virtual and instructor-led sessions. The Sufferfest Channel is the first third-party content available through the new video distribution feature which debuted with the latest release of the Spivi software.
“When we began looking for video content to add to our platform, The Sufferfest was an obvious choice,” said Nir Hasson, CTO at Spivi. “The addition of The Sufferfest channel to the Spivi Studio brings the excitement of pro races like the Tour de France, World Championships and Giro d’Italia to cycling studios. Facilities can now give their members access to the most engaging high-intensity interval workouts out there while providing the benefits of performance tracking and member engagement that Spivi is known for.”
“This partnership with Spivi is a natural fit,” said David McQuillen, CEO of The Sufferfest. “The ability to display performance data in real-time will help ensure that members of all levels hit their targets and get the fitness results they’re looking for. Combine that with our massive library of structured workouts designed by elite coaches, exclusively-licensed footage from professional races, our killer soundtracks, and our engaging story lines and you have an unparalleled indoor cycling experience.”