New app helps the working person with fitness goals

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(Mar. 19, 2015)- If you are in a time crunch, a new fitness app can make sure you never miss a personal training session again! It's called RenewU.

“RenewU is the first  on demand mobile app that connects our own fitness professionals with clients, real time, anywhere. So they come to you in as little as five minutes,” says Kim Klafczynski, creator of RenewU.

Carving out a window to work out used to be a challenge for actress Lori Alan.

“My schedule is crazy.”

But flexing her fingers on RenewU is helping Lori lunge for less and keep in shape wherever she is.

“It’s fun and it’s done. It’s easy, they come to me,” says Alan.

RenewU founder and former body builder, Kim Klafczynski came up with the concept because she wanted to make private training economical and convenient.

“We’re trying to target everyone who doesn’t currently have a personal trainer, because they can’t afford it, they don’t have the time to go to the gym,” says Klafczynski.

The cost to pump with a pro begins at just $25.

“We have some trainers who are just out of school. The price points are related to their expertise. We have tier 1 at $25 per session, going all the way up to $100.00."

All of the RenewU trainers are thoroughly vetted through background and credential checks.

This segment is presented by American Senior Communities.



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