Netflix to Start Offering Nike Training Club Workouts

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Netflix users will be able to stream exercise routines from Nike.


Netflix subscribers will be able to stream Nike Training Club workout routines, the athletic company said Wednesday. Beginning Dec. 30, five programs will be released on the platform, with additional content dropping throughout 2023. More than 30 hours' worth of exercise programming will be available in total. 

According to Nike, the workouts will be offered in 10 different languages and Netflix customers can access them on any plan. The streamer will release NTC videos in two parts as part of a custom Nike collection. The sporting gear brand says the programs will "cater to all fitness levels, require minimal-to-no equipment, and span yoga, strength and high-intensity workouts."

To kick things off, Netflix viewers will be able to stream 14 episodes of HIT & Strength With Tara, 13 episodes of Kickstart Fitness With the Basics, seven episodes of Two Weeks to a Stronger Core, six episodes of Feel-Good Fitness and six episodes of Fall in Love With Vinyasa. Subscribers can search using the term "Nike" and pull up fitness routines from trainers like Kirsty Godso. Additionally, you'll be able to choose from 90 workouts according to length or type. 

Nike Training Club is a free app that currently features more than 185 exercise routines. It ranks as the top fitness app on CNET's best list.