Virtual training and pay-as-you-go fitness platform partners with leading sports performance apparel brand to further promote the active lifestyle of its users

FlexIt and 2XU team up

FlexIt and 2XU team up to bring fitness and performance apparel together.
FlexIt and 2XU team up to bring fitness and performance apparel together.
FlexIt and 2XU team up to bring fitness and performance apparel together.

NEW YORK, Oct. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FlexIt, the platform that enables users to seamlessly access live, 1-on-1 virtual training with personal trainers and access fitness facilities all over the country, announces its partnership with 2XU, a proven leader in performance sports apparel. This collaboration will allow users to take full advantage of both products, providing both FlexIt users and 2XU customers with a well-rounded fitness experience.

Both 2XU customers and FlexIt users will benefit directly from this partnership. 2XU customers will receive custom access to FlexIt’s virtual training platform and its network of close to 3,000 partner fitness facilities across the United States. FlexIt users will be rewarded for completing specific fitness challenges (such as working out for consecutive days) with exclusive 2XU offers across the brand’s key product categories, which are all designed to help users prepare, perform and recover to improve their overall performance. Together, the two companies are giving their networks the opportunity to continue their fitness journeys through various initiatives, experiences and activations over the next year.

“FlexIt and 2XU are two like-minded companies in that both our missions focus on providing everyone with the tools they need to work out successfully, in a way that makes them feel comfortable, no matter where they are,” said Austin Cohen, CEO and founder of FlexIt. “We’re partnering to further these goals and make sure people can work out their way with premier fitness access and performance apparel.”

2XU is a global leader in sports

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Postponed from its usual April slot on the sporting calendar, the rejigged 2020 edition of the London Marathon finally takes place this weekend – read on to find out how to watch this iconic race online, no matter where in the world you are.xfhg

This year’s rescheduled event will only feature elite runners who have prepared for the event within a biosecure bubble in an ‘athletes only’ hotel outside of London. The route is also set to be somewhat unfamiliar, eschewing its famous trip around the UK capital’s landmarks for a more Covid-19-safe revised 19.6 lap closed-loop circuit around St James’s Park.hf

The race marks the first major event of the year for the majority of runners taking part on Sunday, with the big talking point a rare and much-anticipated match up between world record-holder Eliud Kipchoge and 2019 Berlin Marathon winner Kenenisa Bekele.

With weather conditions currently favouring fast finishing times, both runners will also have one eye on setting a new marathon world record.

There appears to be a similar objective for Kenyan superstar Brigid Kosge in the womens race, who will be looking to better her own world record, while Daniel Romanchuk and Manuela Schär both return to defend their wheelchair race titles.hfg

Who will win this year? Read on to find out how to watch the 2020 London Marathon no matter where you are in the world.

Marathons are long-distance running events with a lot of participants. London Marathon is one of them held in London, United Kingdom. London Marathon was established by Olympic winner and reporter Chris Brasher and athlete Jhon Disley in 1981. As a part of the World Marathon Majors (WMM), the London marathon is setting a lot of World records to break.g

Since 2010, the race has been sponsored by Virgin Money

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – H&M plans to close hundreds of stores next year as the coronavirus crisis drives more shoppers online, the world’s second biggest fashion retailer said on Thursday, after reporting a smaller than expected drop in third-quarter profit.

H&M, which over decades expanded its network of shops around the world, will aim to cut their number by a net 250 next year, representing 5% of its current network.

H&M has been shutting more stores and opening fewer over the past couple of years as it adapts to the online shift that is driving more competition. The retailer said earlier this year its net number of stores would decline already in 2020.

The company also said sales had continued to recover in September from the impact of the virus.

Chief Executive Helena Helmersson said: “Although the challenges are far from over, we believe that the worst is behind us and we are well placed to come out of the crisis stronger.”

Rival fashion retail groups have also seen a recovery, with market leader Inditex, the owner of Zara, reporting a return to profit in its May-July quarter.

“Overall, Q3 is a better quarter than expected and we think H&M continued to manage well what they could directly influence,” analysts at JPM said in a note.

“We think that the market is still not fully appreciating the improved quality of H&M business model and infrastructure. We think instead that this set of results is further proof that H&M turnaround is still very much well on track.”

H&M’s shares were up 6.0% at 0804 GMT.

The Swedish company’s pretax profit fell to 2.37 billion crowns ($265.6 million) in its fiscal third quarter, from a year-earlier 5.01 billion. Analysts polled by Refinitiv had on average seen a 2.03 billion crown profit.

H&M had