Mirror

The mirror that's also an interactive home gym

Health & FitnessGolden Kitty 2018

When off, it's a full-length mirror. When on, see yourself, your instructor and your classmates in a sleek, interactive display, complete with embedded camera and speakers. All you need is the space of a yoga mat for a high-energy workout in any room in your home!

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17 Reviews3.0/5
$1500 for Mirror + $40 per month is going to be a hard sell. There will definitely be a luxury market for it, but many will just set up a $5 mirror and a free YouTube video to achieve a very similar experience.
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@coachkozak The Mirror knows your injuries and will give you alternate exercises during moves it knows will bother you, and tracks your biometric data.
@coachkozak Not at all a hard sell, but I see why you suggest it since you do have a YouTube fitness channel. A $5 mirror and youtube has no health data, class schedule or interactive community joy. There are plenty of educated well incomed woman who will hop on this. I bought mine yesterday and can’t wait to avoid gyms, parking, and $25/class jig all the while being plugged into some high tech motivation.
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In-home, tech-enabled workout equipment is taking off. Of course there's Peloton which has inspired a wave of new startups. Last month Tonal launched and ClassPass recently diversified their offering with a WFH (workout from home) solution.
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Peloton Cycle is launching in the UK this Autumn and I've been toying with the idea of getting one because I love classes but find it hard to make down to the gym (plus ultimate introvert that would rather just work out alone!) Mirror is an exciting addition in this space for those, like me, who would rather work out from home but really enjoy the motivation from an instructor and classes. Excited to see this space expand!
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@ems_hodge I have a Peloton for 2 years now and LOVE it. It is a total came changer and the WO and music are A-mazing. I referred 3 people and they are very happy. Do it and try Robin Arzon’s classes.
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MIRROR is a thin mirror that goes up on your wall, and you have access to a wide variety of fitness classes both live and on demand. You see and hear the instructor in the mirror, and you see yourself as you follow along. It also plays music, tracks your heart rate and calories burned right on the MIRROR screen, keeps you accountable for your goals and much more. It is convenient and great for those who don't have a lot of time to get to the gym or a class, and for those who take fitness classes this ends up costing less in the long run (especially if you're based in the NY area). Classes are as short as 15 minutes and as long as an hour, with everything from stretch to yoga to pilates to barre, to cardio bootcamp, to strength to boxing and more. Live classes are interactive and fun.

Pros:

Wide variety of classes, all different class lengths, personalized, takes up no space

Cons:

Does not yet integrate with other fitness tracking systems

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$1,500 for this. Average gym membership is about $50 / month. $1,500 / $50 = 30 months / 12 months = 2.5 years to pay this off. Not including the monthly subscription or the equipment necessary to do some of the exercises. I actually prefer to leave my condo to work out. It's like having a separate room when you work from home. It's a psychological trick to separate activities. Ultimately, though, whatever gets you working out regularly is worth (almost) any dollar amount.
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@joshuapinter $50 month is for standard gym with standard classes. Specialty classes like yoga, BAR etc and other classes are $15-25 per class in the SF Bay for that boutique experience. Since they have that level of classes This is likely the client base. And there are many many woman who will spend the money.
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