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

CBS Video: 5 Easy Tips for Being a Successful Weekend Workout Warrior
"BS2’s Andrea Grymes reported on a fascinating newly-released study that claims weekend workouts lower the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease and cancer about as much as exercising three times a week or more. Celebrity fitness instructor Nicole Glor joined Andrea to give viewers advice on how to become a successful weekend warrior."
"A new feature provides a way to keep track of the data behind that time spent working out with a group. The platform can now integrate with fitness wearables. By connecting the wearables with Burnalong’s dashboard, users can track their own data and compare it with others. Along with looking at performance during a workout, it adds a way to track calories, steps and more. "Anything we can do to help people achieve their goals makes a massive difference," Freedman said."
ABC News
"WASHINGTON — Burnalong is a new cutting edge fitness technology trend that is changing the way people get in shape. Now you’ll never miss a workout, thanks to these newly launched online workouts with a twist!"

Fox 45 News
"This is going to revolutionize how people workout," is how Fox45 host Patrice Sanders introduced Burnalong to television viewers. "We haven’t seen anything like it."
NBC News
"In this clip watch Mike Kott, co-founder of Burnalong, joined celebrity trainer Monte Sanders on WBAL on December 10, 2016 to talk about how Burnalong, is helping people stay connected to their local instructors and friends."
"Burnalong seeks to introduce familiar faces to the process to keep the interaction and motivation that are the benefits of in-person classes."
Baltimore Business Journal
"We all know that fitness is important, but not everyone has time to make it the gym. And maybe you workout at home, watching online fitness videos to try and get in shape, but it is hard to stay motivated when you are doing it alone."
Business Insider
"Burnalong works by having a local fitness instructor either record a class or host one live on the site. Then, you log in with your friends to watch it at the same time. You can see up to five people, instructor included, on the screen or you can just take classes by yourself. All of the videos are designed to be done with minimal workout equipment at home — a barre class, for example, can teach you how to use a chair instead."
Baltimore Business Journal
"On this week’s episode of the BaltBizCast, Freedman talked about what he’s seeing in the Baltimore venture capital landscape, but why he has hope that Baltimore will continue to thrive as a hub for technology startups."