Fitmotivation 3.0 will be launching next week. This includes an all-new look; enhanced features and important changes to audio workouts.
3 important updates below:
1) Anticipated downtime week of September 18
2) Fixing any possible log-in issues after launch
3) Last call for downloading archived audio downloads for free
#1 Anticipated downtime
There will likely be a period of a few hours next week when the site will be down as all new features are uploaded.
#2 Fixing log-in issues
When Fitmotivation 2.0 launched last year, there was a small percentage of subscribers who had trouble logging in. Virtually all log-in issues were resolved by clearing the browser cache. If you are unsure of how to do this, please Google for directives as per the browser you are using (Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari, etc…). Or you can try logging into the site with a different browser.
#3 Audio downloads (May require action!)
As posted in the blog and in the August newsletter – changes to audio downloads are coming and time is running out for Premium subscribers to download the current archive of downloads for free. If you are a Basic plan subscriber or not interested in this feature you can disregard below.
Starting next week, only the MOST RECENT AUDIO DOWNLOAD will be FREE to download for Premium subscribers. All other audio downloads will be available in the Fitmotivation Online Store for a minimal charge. (Subscribers get 50% off). If you are unfamiliar with the audio downloads, these are verbally cued workouts that you can exercise along with in the pool.
Essentially, nothing changes, Premium subscribers still receive FREE audio downloads, but you must download the most recent one before the next one is posted in 30-45 days.
Premium plan subscribers: If interested, get busy downloading the current archive audio files onto your devices, while ALL are free. Please do so before September 18. Once 3.0 launches next week, only the most recent audio download will be FREE to download.
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