Reddit is starting to see more than its fair share of viral content and the platform is looking to capitalize on the new viral wave with a snap fitness program that will make it easier for people to keep up with their fitness routine on the platform.
As of now, the app is only available in the U.S., and the app doesn’t yet have an English version.
However, the company is working on an English app that will be available in a couple of weeks.
According to a post on Reddit, the Snap Fitness app will be an online program that allows users to view and record their daily activity and upload their data to a database.
Users will be able to add exercise videos, workout schedules, and more.
Users will be encouraged to post photos of their workouts on Instagram and Facebook and then snap a photo of their activity to their Snap Fitness account and upload it.
Users can then share the photo to Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, or any other social media platform, including Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.
The goal is to have a database of daily activities for users to upload to their account, and then to then track their progress through the app.
This could lead to people who are struggling to stay active and motivate themselves with daily routines.
While it’s unknown when the Snap fitness app will hit the app store, Reddit users have already begun posting videos of their fitness routines.
This week, Reddit user Biztard wrote on Instagram that he had successfully completed a weekly challenge.
Bizsad wrote that he finished his weekly challenge on March 15 and had recorded 6,749 steps during the week.
In another post, Redditors Kjell and KiaKjell posted pictures of their weekly workout.
In the post, KiaLia wrote that she recorded her daily workout at 6:22 p.m. on March 11 and recorded 2,984 steps during that same time.
She then shared the picture to Instagram with the caption “I recorded 2 days in a row in this one, but I did it with no effort!”
KiaB was more forthcoming in her weekly routine.
In her daily routine, Kiasd wrote that on March 14 she recorded 7,094 steps, 2,081 steps, and 1,721 steps during her daily run.
KiaKs best workout was recorded on March 17 when she ran a 2:06:51 in a run.
This means that she ran about 7,500 steps.