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This article was published on October 11, 2013


    Runtastic now wants to help you get a six-pack

    Runtastic now wants to help you get a six-pack
    Paul Sawers
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    Paul Sawers

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    vidPerennially popular fitness-tracking company Runtastic has launched a new Android and iOS app, specifically designed to get your torso looking like a washboard.

    Runtastic Six Pack does exactly what it says on the box, using lifelike avatar-based trainers to guide you, alongside customizable features to help lose the flab and tone the abs. The trainers are designed to steer users away from expensive gym contracts, letting you tone-up from the comfort of your home, with more than fifty HD-quality exercise videos.

    Runtastic recently announced 30 million downloads across its suite of apps, and now its vying for even more among the tummy-conscious fitness population.

    Runtastic Six Pack