Make Fitness Fun:

When an hour of action feels like 15 minutes of play,
fun has passively run its course  ~ Unknown

Train or play, you choose


Learn fun and useful stretches.
Test personal mental focus and reactions.
Match musical rhythms with stride and footwork.
Cool down with helpful performance feedback.

Increase Engagement:

The evidence suggests that social engagement has
a direct effect [on mortality]… ~ K.M. Bennett, Ph.D.


Share, to potentially save


Tweet your training session results.

Catch.com all your details to track progress.

Post to Scoreloop impressive high-scores.

Invite friends from Facebook to train.


See Results:

The physically fit can enjoy their vices.
~ Lord Percival


Little actions, big resluts


Track your total number of steps.

Learn just how far you can go.

Discover how to burn calories, and feel good.

Find your personal, musical, fitness rhythm.


Motor Control:

One of the most important shared mechanisms
is rhythm and timing ~ Michael Thaut, Ph.D.

More music, more control


More music is on the way.
There will be multiple genres.
Training will be more engaging.
Tumbl our blog for more details.