An all-new dimension is about to be added to the traditional home workout routine. Echelon, the connected home fitness company best known for its catalog of connected bikes, rowers, treadmills and even mirrors, will be teaming up with the healthy meal delivery company Eat Fit Go for a new fitness and nutrition experience.
At its core, the partnership stands as an evolution of Echelon’s services into a truly comprehensive lifestyle program. This means that Echelon subscribers will now have access to the many dietitian-curated delicacies offered by Eat Fit Go with the ability to have them delivered straight to their home and be ready to eat in minutes.
“Echelon Fitness has been a journey of inspiring and motivating healthy living through state-of-the-art technology and applications, immersive content, and cutting-edge entertainment for our members. We are yet again taking it to the next level,” said Lou Lentine, President and CEO of Echelon Fitness.
Making Nutritional Choices Easier for Home Fitness Enthusiasts
Fitness and nutrition have always been two cornerstones of a healthy lifestyle. However, in many cases, these two pillars of physical health have been kept siloed in home fitness plans or meal plans. Now, being able to combine both within a single offering, Echelon stands to transform the home fitness experience.
For instance, the meals on offer from Eat Fit Go allow users to view calories and macros at a glance, allowing them to make fast, informed decisions about their meals. Each meal is also portion controlled and allergy-friendly for greater peace of mind. “Crafted by our culinary experts and registered dietitian, our meals are the perfect mix of tasty and healthy,” describes their website.
“At Eat Fit Go, we empower individuals to make healthier choices by providing convenient meal solutions that fit their busy lifestyle,” said Brock Hubert, Eat Fit Go’s CEO. “That is why we are thrilled to be partnering with Echelon, a brand providing the most convenient and exciting on-demand exercise experiences across a multitude of equipment.”
The partnership is active now, so users subscribed to Echelon’s immersive fitness program already have access to Eat Fit Go’s services. For more information, visit Eat Fit Go’s website.