The Les Mills Bodycombat fitness app is now available to add to your wishlist on the Meta Quest VR store, leaving many fans speculating when we might see a full release.
For context, the Les Mills brand was named after retired New Zealand athlete and politician Leslie Roy Mills who opened his first gym in 1968, and later became the Mayor of Auckland for 8 years starting in 1990.
Now, over 50-years since the first gym opened, it seems the company's legendary workouts are entering a new virtual world, and we've got everything you need to know right here.
Les Mills VR Fitness App Release Date
As of right now, the Les Mills Bodycombat VR app has no set release date, with the only real information surrounding its arrival being the 'coming soon tag' on the Meta Quest store.
However, the app is essentially a VR adaptation of the already existing Bodycombat sessions which are currently available as in-person classes, or at-home workouts, if you're looking to jump into a Les Mills workout right away.
Les Mills VR Fitness App Features And Workouts
The Bodycombat app is said to bring top-quality coaching, innovative mechanics, and varying intensities to your VR headset through high-energy, martial arts-inspired workouts.
According to the app's description, Bodycombat will feature 2 coaches, Dan Cohen and Rachael Newsham, who are there to guide you through a series of punch moves and knee strikes in a virtual, boxing-themed environment.
There are 30 workouts in total, ranging from beginner to advanced level, and each session takes place in one of five virtual settings including Mars, Neo City, Rome, Japan, and Tundra, with more on the way.
Les Mills also boasts a motivational soundtrack, with songs from artists such as Noam Dee and Fas Fash, helping you to push on and complete a challenging session.
Ultimately, this app seems like the perfect combination of fitness and gaming which you can find more of by checking out our list of the best fitness video games right here.
Les Mills VR Fitness App Price
Exactly how much the Bodycombat VR app will cost is currently unknown.
Based on the pre-existing workouts, the Bodycombat VR app may require a subscription, however, this is yet to be confirmed and is only speculation at this stage.
The best price for the existing Bodycompact workouts is £9.99 per month, with a 30-day free trial available for new customers. Although this isn't much to go off, the monthly price could be an indication as to how much the VR app will cost.
Where To Download Les Mills VR Fitness App
As previously mentioned, the Les Mills Bodycombat app features on the Meta Quest store right now, however, you can only add to your wishlist at this moment in time.
We'll keep you updated once more information comes out on when the app will go live.
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