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⚡️ 1,000+ Wakeouts out today!August 9, 2019 at 5:36pm (Edited 12 months ago)
We did it! We finally passed the 1,000 exercise milestone! I couldn' be more proud of my team and of all our customers who've supported us through this journey.
Starting now, you can update your Wakeout to get the major facelift and all the new exercises. We went a little overboard with this update, which is packed with new content.
Starting with the interface, we redesigned it to make it easier to browse and find the right Wakeout for the right location. Wakeouts are now divided into 4 broad categories: Home, Workplace, Travel and Outdoor. We've reorganized many of the old Wakeout packs, and added almost 400 new ones (Kitchen location is my favorite).
This marks a HUGE milestone for us. Since we started with the first handful of exercises, we knew we were on to something. Your feedback and love over the past few months gave us the wind in our sail. Now look at us, 1,000+ Wakeouts in and going strong.
We've learned so much over the past months, and with to continue bringing you more and more fun ways to stay active.
Here's to the next 1,000 Wakeouts!
August 9, 2019 at 6:27pm
That Congratulations is for YOU, team! Nice job on this update. It’s flawless. I just hit Level 77 1500 minutes. Can’t wait to use the new app for the next 1500 minutes!
I feel much better. Your app led me to getting a fitness watch and between you and the watch I’ve really improved my strength, stamina, and sleep time! I do 30 minutes of Wakeouts a day. Your app has been the sole reason I’m feeling better enough to do more. I’m a 3-year old kidney transplant and it’s been tough recovering from that surgery. My “kid” is such a good one, I want to keep it healthy. Share my thanks to your team!
By the way... on the icons for each type of exercise, there are numbers, as in 51/95. Or. 0/69. What do these numbers represent? I assume the bottom number counts the number of exercises/routines inside (I am probably wrong here), but what is the top one?