Georges St-Pierre Fitness App Lets You Work Out With the UFC Champ


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Georges St-Pierre TouchFit-110x77UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre is considered one of the most well conditioned athletes, not only in the fight game, but in the world.

He’s already leveraged his popularity and love for fitness into a popular DVD training series called Rushfit, and has now followed that up with his own fitness app.

Touchfit is available for iPhone and iPad in the iTunes App Store for $6.99.

Touchfit is billed as a “Smart Fitness” exercise app that learns from the way you interact with it, customizing the workouts it creates for you based on your use and performance.

“To get better for each fight, I adapt my training each and every workout, pushing myself closer to my maximum potential. My new app, created together with my Trainer Patrick Beauchamp, will do the same for you,” St-Pierre said about the app.

“It adapts and learns each time you train, tailoring each workout to your current level of fitness.”

Touchfit has over 500 video exercises help master strength, explosive power, endurance and flexibility, while developing neuromuscular control for better balance, coordination and speed.

The exercises require minimal equipment, as to make most exercises available whenever you want and wherever you’re at.

The app also includes nutrition principles for performance and injury recovery.

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