Home workouts are still very much a part of 2021, which, I think, is one of the everlasting changes 2020 has made in our life. While working out at home is easier said than done – consistently and with the same intensity – there are hundred possible ways to get fit, but only a handful of them actually work. Frankly speaking, working out without the assistance of a gym instructor is a pipedream only a few out there can achieve. Sure there are tons of fancy home workout equipment and accessories, but the question remains – do you still use them after a month or two, shelling out hundreds of dollars?
This is where the NordicTrack Vault comes in and literally aids you with the training at a professional athlete’s level thanks to the iFit trainers enrolled with the platform. This smart home workout equipment combines technology, practical usage, and professional challenges only a trainer can throw at you to get fitter by the day. The freestanding smart mirror comes with storage space inside for all your dumbbells, kettlebells, resistance bands, and anything else for which space is left. You can call it an all-in-one smart fitness studio with an integrated 32-inch HD touchscreen cum mirror. So, as you select your training programs and follow the instructions of the trainer on-screen, you can actually keep an eye on the correct form of any exercise.
You’ll be able to receive feedback based on your workout regime, and it can’t get more interactive than training alongside your coach as you emulate the moves and correct them in real-time. For a more personalized fitness regime, you can hook on the heart rate monitor that shows your vital statists on the screen. To get you in the groove the embedded speakers can be a good way to play your favorite workout playlist as you sweat it out each day. NordicTrack Vault will come at a price tag of $2,999 which includes the accessories to put inside the cabinet and a 1-year iFit Family Membership. The intuitive home workout gym is slated to release sometime this year and it’ll be interesting to see how people connect with the idea of personal training of this magnitude.