Pvolve launched onto the scene in 2017 with its international
on-demand platform that now hosts more than 315 workouts, a
state-of-the-art studio located in New York City and a
proprietary equipment line that garnered coverage in Forbes,
WWD, Popsugar, Vogue, Health, Women's Health and The Today Show.
"Our equipment line has always been a cornerstone of our
business," added Katzman. "Our product innovation team is
constantly in the lab finding products that can target muscles
that you didn't even know you had. And while we have launched
revolutionary products before that target very specific body
parts, the Precision Mat can enhance every workout and is really
focused on overall form, which means you can get better results
with every workout."
Pvolve has had a busy first half of the year, planning two new
studio launches in Chicago and Los
Angeles for September and quickly expanded its on-demand
offerings to include live virtual classes during the pandemic.
"We know now more than ever that people want flexibility and
choice when it comes to staying healthy, and we are constantly
focused on creating content and equipment that allow our members
to workout when and where they want and to take charge of their
overall wellness," ended Katzman.
The Pvolve methodology of functional fitness focuses on the
underlying mechanics of deep muscle activation to create a
strong, resilient, pain free body. Pvolve launched
in November 2017 and was co-founded by Rachel
Katzman and Stephen Pasterino, in partnership with Camelot
Venture Group, whose portfolio companies include 1-800 CONTACTS,
SmileDirectClub and Quicken Loans. Available worldwide, Pvolve
is headquartered in New York City. For more information,
please visit www.pvolve.com and @pvolve on Instagram.