Read on to see where Burnalong has been featured in health and wellness news and articles

Studio Spotlight: Burnalong
We are so excited to highlight Burnalong for our June Studio Spotlight. Burnalong is a streaming service that’s available everywhere you stream, with access to over 800 classes across 25 categories. You can also stream with friends anywhere in the world. Best part? They’re giving HBFIT newsletter subscribers a sweet deal."
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"As with many industries, technology is changing the way that fitness is consumed as a product or service. In addition, many fitness centers are moving toward a hybrid model of live instructors and streaming content for their group exercise programs. Products like Burnalong, Fitness on Demand, and Wexer allow members to stream live group exercise classes inside and outside their fitness center. These are game changers for business travelers or those who prefer to exercise at home."
Fitness Platform Burnalong Offering Free Classes to Raise Awareness for World Parkinson’s Day
"Burnalong, an exercise and wellness platform, is inviting Parkinson’s disease patients, caregivers, family members, and advocates to join a special awareness day and participate in free online fitness classes. Burnalong was created because our founding team all had family members with different health challenges and for whom exercising, and the motivation to exercise, would have made a big difference. Driving awareness of the importance of exercising for those with Parkinson’s is core to our mission, and we’re grateful to be working with such great partners," said Daniel Freedman, co-founder of Burnalong."
Fox45 News: National Parkinson’s day
"Daniel Freedman, co-Founder of Burnalong, sat down with Fox45 News to share how exercise can improve the symptoms of Parkinson's disease and how people can get involved with the National Day of Telehealth for Parkinson's Disease. Watch the clip."
Club Business International: IHRSA Seers Speculate on 2018
"Burnalong co-Founder and co-CEO, Daniel Freedman, reflects on the trends the company sees coming in the fitness industry in 2018 and beyond. On the state of the fitness industry, Daniel commented, "The rise of boutiques, the desire among consumers for different programming, and the broader realization that gyms and studios can't ignore online offerings - a message IHRSA has been championing- serve us well." Either clubs will have an online presence with companies like Burnalong, or they'll lose members. It's as true in retail as it is in fitness. The clubs embracing the online fitness experience are seeing big benefits."
Get Involved: Help Cancer Survivors Re-Build Their Strength
"A big challenge for cancer survivors after finishing their treatment is rebuilding their strength. It's both an emotional and physical journey, and one that the support of others can greatly help. Now people across the world can support survivors through a new ground-breaking partnership between the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults and Burnalong. The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adult’s Cancer to 5K is a free 12-week training program during which survivor participants are reintroduced to physical activity through practices lead by coaches and supported by volunteer sherpas – ensuring that no survivor ever exercises alone. That journey is now taking place online as well - to compliment the in-person activities. The Ulman Cancer Fund has partnered with Burnalong – the world’s leading online video fitness and wellness platform that offers hundreds of classes from local gyms and studios across the country. Now people across the world can support cancer survivors. On Burnalong, survivors are now taking classes online – ranging from strength-building to dance to sleep yoga for insomnia – and they are able (if they want) to invite others to join them in live private sessions. This can be other survivors, sherpas, or friends and family members."