Apple Fitness+ gears up for International Dance Day with Artist Spotlight and Dance Workouts

Dance content on Apple Fitness Plus

Apple Fitness+ is launching new Artist Spotlights and Dance workouts as we approach International Dance Day on April 29. The Artist Spotlight series, which was introduced this week, features music from ABBA, BTS, and Queen. Next week, Dance content will be available from BTS, there will be a limited edition award for International Dance Day, and a new “Get into a Groove with Dance” workout collection will be made available.

The latest Artist Spotlight series was first made available on Monday this week, it features workout playlists with songs from ABBA, BTS, and Queen. Users can dance to ABBA songs, do HIIT workouts to BTS, or do Strength workouts while listening to Queen. Every Monday for the next four weeks, new workouts featuring these artists will be made available and will cover other fitness types including Treadmill, Cycling, Yoga, and Pilates.

To celebrate International Dance Day, Fitness+ will be celebrating dance all next week. There will be BTS dance videos from Fitness+ trainer Ben Allen which follow the choreography used in several of the BTS music videos, LaShawn Jones will host a dance workout that features songs that “bring on a feeling of joy”, and Jhon Gonzalez will do a workout that features dance to traditional music such as cumbia, tango, and Indian pop.

Those who partake in the content on International Dance Day can earn a limited edition award and animated stickers for use in Messages. To get these digital items, just complete a Dance workout that lasts 20 minutes or more. There will be a special section of Fitness+ to help users earn the award so don’t worry about missing it.

If you're interested in the dance content, you can find out more about subscribing to Apple Fitness+ on Apple’s website. If you recently bought an Apple Watch, you should be able to claim three months free of Apple Fitness+.

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