Video game developer Rare is taking its fitness videos to the next level with a fitness video game.
The company released its fitness video games on iOS and Android on Tuesday, bringing the total to six games.
The game, Elite Fitness Universe, has players follow an elite fitness trainer as he trains them in a gym and in the fitness arena, using their physical fitness to become a superstar.
Rare released the fitness games on its own streaming service and also shared them on Twitter.
The games are free to download and play.
The video games will run on iOS devices and Android devices, as well as Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One S. The app features a fitness mode where the player can compete against other players who are also playing the game.
Players can compete in up to three modes.
The player can also customize the game and have it run in the background, or they can use their phone to turn off the games on and off.
The fitness games were released in 2016.
The video games featured fitness trainer Elton John, who has previously trained athletes in the U.S. and around the world.
The app also includes a fitness studio called Elite Fitness.
The studio allows users to train at home, on a range of different gyms, and with their family, said a spokesperson.
The company says its fitness games are also part of its ongoing effort to empower more people with the use of fitness technology.””
Elite Fitness Studio also gives you the ability to have your friends and family know about the workout you’ve just completed.”
The company says its fitness games are also part of its ongoing effort to empower more people with the use of fitness technology.
“The success of our Elite Fitness games has been the result of our team’s dedication to the concept that people want to know that they’re not alone,” the company said in a statement.
“As part of our ongoing efforts to empower everyone to become the best fitness athlete they can be, we’re expanding our Fitness Studio to include the ability for our customers to share their own workout routines, which will help them better meet their fitness goals.”