Meet Your New Favorite App: Ladder Teams
Austin Texas always seems to be churning up something amazing for all the be had. It’s like it own little silicone valley. Stuff that comes out of there is just…well…amazing.
On August 10th, another surefire company sailed into existence and is guaranteed to disrupt the on-demand fitness industry, taking it to new heights. It’s called Ladder Teams, and it’s about to change the way you workout. Forever. But don’t take our word for it:
“People want more than just a good workout,” says Ladder CEO Greg Stewart. “They are looking for expert guidance, motivational support, personalization, and they expect a world-class, tech-driven experience. This is exactly what we are delivering with Ladder Teams. The app‘s unique training programs, easy ‘press-and-play’ workouts, and our star-studded roster of elite coaches really set us apart. However, we are most proud of the supportive communities we’ve been able to foster; especially during this ongoing pandemic when almost everyone is craving social support and human connection.”
Best described as the “Slack of Fitness” for its emphasis on community and team engagement, Ladder Teams is poised to lead the movement of hyper-connected fitness training.
The easy-to-navigate app offers access to weekly structured workouts ranging from former senior Peloton instructor Jennifer Jacob’s functional full-body “J Method” program, and Lauren Kanski’s and Meghan Hayden’s “Body & Bell” kettlebell-focused strength and cardio training, to Sam Tooley’s “Project Alpha” which advances members of all levels on their running speed, strength, and endurance. Other programs include pre/post-natal-friendly workouts for busy moms, flexibility and strength-building routines, and HIIT programs. The app‘s globally-recognized coaches also include Ebenezer Samuel of Men’s Health, former Barre and Barry’s Bootcamp instructor Taylor Walker, Men’s Health “Fittest Trainer” and Crossfit expert Andre Crews, NYC fitness entrepreneur Miriam Fried, and former MTV reality TV personality and fitness pro Kenny Santucci.
Members can chat one-on-one with their coach, or connect via their team group chat for unparalleled comradery, motivation, and accountability. The app even comes complete with a member-exclusive “Ladder Shop” feature where users can purchase fitness equipment and accessories recommended by their trainers for their specific program.
If you’re feeling inspired, try out Ladder Teams for yourself. Your first week is on them. To sign up or to get more information, visit https://teams.joinladder.com/