A Personal Trainer in Your TV

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Promotional consideration provided by AT&T

By: Rich DeMuro
April 24th, 2013

Getting to the gym isn’t always easy.  Now there’s a way to get in your workout from home.

With the interactive U-verse Workout App, your TV can be your personal trainer–perfect for getting a workout even on a busy schedule.

“You can have three or four auditions in one day and the first one can be on one side of the town and the second one on the complete opposite side,” said model Aylya Marzolf.

As a fitness model for big brands like American Apparel, looking your best is part of the job.

“In this industry, they want someone who’s fit, someone that’s healthy and happy,” said Marzolf.

Thanks to the interactive AT&T U-verse app, she doesn’t have to leave the house to break a sweat.

There are over 50 videos that target specific areas and even a full body workout.

Set alerts to remind you to shape your core and burn calories. It even reminds you to workout while you’re watching TV.

“With the U-verse Interactive App, the busy gym is a thing of the past,” said Georgia Taylor from  AT&T. “You can have your own personal trainer at your fingertips.”

In addition to the workouts, the app offers healthy recipes and a way to keep track of the calories you burn specified using your body mass index.

“There are great workout videos all designed to get you totally ready for summer,” said Taylor. “Another great way U-verse is bringing new content for our customers.”

A big sports fan? WatchESPN is now available for AT&T U-verse customers.

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