WHO ARE FIT-VR?
At FIT-VR, our mission is to transform as many lives through immersive fitness experiences with virtual reality.
FIT VR is the Asian distributor for the best virtual reality fitness brands.
We are the official distributor of HOLOFIT in South East Asia, Australia, NZ.
Through our partnership with HOLODIA, the leading creator of multi sport VR technology for gyms and home fitness enthusiasts, we are able to bring VR experiences to the world of health and well being.
FIT-VR + HOLODIA
Holodia has perfected the art of creating addictive fitness experiences so everyone can exercise longer and more often.
VR Fitness offers seriously addictive training solutions for all types of people, such as:
The uber fit can compete, inspire and share successes.
The on / off fitness fans can be challenged to push harder for more fitness gains.
The part time couch potato now has a fun fitness solution that can engage them off the chair and away from the TV.
VR Fitness routines offer users an escape from the sometimes boring and mundane workout routines.
Some addictions are good, healthy and needed to help us live a long, happy and healthy life. VR Fitness is already helping gamers, teenagers and adults who can't seem to find energy or time for regular and sustained physical activities.
WHY DOES IT WORK?
Let's talk about the science behind VR Fitness.
A study by the State University of New York (USA)* on VR Exercise found:
VR Fitness experiences led to a higher heart rate and more calories being burnt by participants
Distraction from the physical pain of exercise led to participants enjoying longer period of exercise
These learnings were further supported by a University of Kent (UK)^ on the effects of VR Fitness where by scientists found:
The participant's perceived pain was minimised by 10%
The time participants took to reach a point of exhaustion was 2 minutes longer with VR Fitness than without
*McClure, C, & Schofield, D. 2019, Running virtual: The effect of virtual reality on exercise.
^M.Matsangidou, C.S. Ang, A.R. Mauger, J. Intarasirisa wat, B. Otkhmezuri, M.N. Avraamides, 2019, Is your virtual self as sensational as your real? Virtual Reality: the effect of body consciousness on the experience of exercise sensations