The new workout service uses Apple Music, and to demonstrate this integration, Apple has added the ability to easily find Fitness + playlists within Apple Music.
A new browsing category has been added to the Apple Music search page titled Fitness, which contains a large number of fitness-related playlists.
In addition to including existing workout playlists, the category also includes a section titled Fitness + Studio Series.
This section contains a selection of playlists, each representing a different style of music or dedicated to a type of exercise.
Playlists are updated and curated regularly by Apple Music editors and Fitness + coaches, and playlists range from dance list and electronic paddling music menu to country music for running and a relaxing playlist for yoga practice.
Launched in December, Fitness + is a subscription service from Apple that provides workouts and relies on data from the user’s Apple Watch to monitor their progress.
In addition to providing on-demand training sessions, the service also creates playlists for each individual exercise, which can be listened to within Apple Music.
The cost to subscribe to the Fitness + service is an amount $ 9.99 a month or $ 79.99 a year, which can be used as part of an Apple One subscription.
Existing Apple Watch users can take advantage of a one-month free trial, with a three-month offer for customers who purchase Apple Watch Series 3 or later.
Apple said: The + Fitness team brings together some of the best coaches in the world to guide you through workouts for all levels of fitness or experience, and they know a lot about motivation and how music can play a role.
“The coaching team coordinated with Apple Music editors the Studio Series into playlists, calibrating and designing each set of tracks to conserve your energy and help you complete the exercises.