So, it looks like Sunday really is the Day of Rest. Here at FIT Radio, we have access to analytics that show us how much activity the FIT Radio app is getting each day. It’s crazy to see that consistently every single Sunday the activity level drops.
This leads me to wonder, what is everyone doing on Sunday? And, if it’s “Sunday-Funday”, why aren’t you jamming out to FIT Radio? 😉 On a side note: The growth of FIT Radio is rising exponentially. THANK YOU to all of our users! We haven’t even started marketing yet, so this really is all from you.
Need some extra motivation for your Sunday workout? Check out some of our FAVORITE blogs:
- If you don’t feel like going to the gym, this is a perfect blog to help get you out and about!
Life to the Full
- If photos are really what motivate you, try this one (Kelly always has awesome photos):
- Do you love setting goals? Then try this one: Resonant Health
- Are you just not into reading and would rather watch vlogs? Then try this one: Tone It Up
- Want to learn how to use kettlebells? Try @Kbombshell
- Find more incredible fitness bloggers at FitFluential
I would suggest Bookmarking all of these blogs; it’s always great to have a few go-tos!
We flew DJ Christyle down to Atlanta last month to spin at Opera Nightclub. Afterwards, we asked him a few questions… More
Hey, just to let everyone know, we just released a new version to the android market that cuts loading time down to about a Third of what it was before.
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By Chris Rimby
Hi FIT Radio fans! Our content is growing faster than ever and that means one thing for you: more great music to help you meet your fitness goals!
For our Hip Hop fans, we have great new selections from two of our newest DJs. “How You Love That” by DJ Spinatik and “Finals” by Nacho Vega. Both mixes work great in the weight room!
In our Electronic Dance Music genre, we have another new addition: DJ Beatbreaker.
His mix “Take Care” has motivation in spades.
The Lounge genre debuts DJ Pony and his mix “Two Years Later”. This is perfect for your warm-up or cool-down!
In Indie Rock, DJ Bynar offers his mix “Fireworks” for the underground and independent rock fans out there.
Also, be sure to check out our NEW Rock and Indie Rock Stations. We’ve been working very hard to add content to these genres (and will continue to do so over the next few weeks). It has not been an easy task, to say the least!
Thanks and have a great week of workouts!
That’s right. We have just added Justin Bieber’s DJ to FIT Radio! We know him as Tay James, but you may also refer to him as #WeKnowTheDJ. We met with Tay last week in the FIT Radio office, and we were all very surprised at what a relaxed, down to earth guy he turned out to be! It is always exciting to discover “The Big Man on Campus” is actually a really cool dude too.
DJ Tay James is one of the hottest DJs in the game right now. His content and marketing on the Internet is second to none. Covering a wide range of music, he has proven time and time again that he can provide any audience with great music to keep the people moving. In recent years he linked up with pop sensation Justin Bieber and hasn’t turned back since. James has been Bieber’s DJ and hype man on Bieber’s major world tours keeping the Bieber Fever hot for sold out stadiums. Last year, DJ Tay James hit the world of mixtapes hard with his tribute to one of rap’s greatest, Bun B, of the group UGK. The mixtape, titled We Know Bun B The Original OG, was presented by Jimmy Jazz and Diamond Supply Co. Whether he’s hyping a crowd in the big arenas or dropping mixtapes, he always brings the energy and a true passion for music. James has shown the world he can run the mainstream with Bieber or walk with Under Ground King’s Bun B. If you did not know the DJ before, you do now. Be sure to check DJ Tay James out at his website, weknowthedj.com, and listen to his personal radio station, We Know the DJ, streaming on FIT Radio.
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Just a quick note that we will be upgrading our servers tonight around midnight for about 30 minutes. We apologize for any interruptions you may experience.
Hey Everyone! We would REALLY appreciate your help in this. We have a very simple survey with only 7 questions (and should take less than 5 minutes). If you do it, we’ll send you a GIFT! We need at least 50 participants, so please feel free to share this with your friends who use FIT Radio. Thank you in advance for your time! Just click the link below to begin the survey.
Beta Tester simply means you get our new mobile site viewable on ANY mobile phone before everyone else! All you have to do is let us know when you experience any bugs & remember to be specific.
Hey Everyone! It seems like we’ve been teasing you about new features and good things coming for months now. Hey, we gotta have fun too. But the wait is almost over, we’re finishing up testing a few things internally but before we release to the masses, we want to make sure everything works properly. That’s where beta testers come in. We’re looking for a few good men and women who aren’t afraid to try something that might not work, and then shoot us an email about how it went. Simple, right?
If you would like to help FIT Radio grow and test some new goodies, then fill out the form below.
FIT Radio was all over the web this past week! We were featured in Chocolate Covered Diamonds, Resonant Health, and MakeUseOf.com. 🙂 Thank you guys for all your support! This is the beginning of something BIG! Stay tuned…
A quick lesson about Wifi Vs. 3G/4G
Since more and more providers are switching to smaller data plans, I would suggest using wifi whenever possible (even when checking your email). Wifi will keep your battery from draining as well. The only time you should turn off your wifi signal is when you are on the move (ie running through the park, driving in your car, etc.). This will keep your phone from trying to pick up every signal you pass.
Today I thought I would share how we troubleshoot. A helpful and responsive user contacted me today because their FIT Radio App kept freezing. The reason: Out of Data. Here’s the conversation: