By 27 March 2020 | Categories: news


We’re all looking for ways to stay fit during the South African lockdown, and Puma’s free PUMATRACK app is certainly one of the ways of doing so. The PUMATRAC training app offers over 2400 minutes of training for mahala, and now includes a second round of workouts with local brand ambassadors Takkies and Shane Burnell. These are bodyweight workouts, so no equipment is needed and the more you train, the more PUMATRAC learns about you and suggests personalised workouts.

Takkies and Shane host workouts alongside global ambassadors including Lewis Hamilton, Adriana Lima, Pamela Reif and Daniel Fox, on the training app which suggests daily boxing, ballet, strength, pilates as well as high intensity interval (HIIT) and low intensity interval (LIIT) workouts, which Puma notes is ideal for training at home. We’re currently enjoying a lot of the pilates body workouts with Amanda Christodoulou to help with core strength.

Users can sign up for the free app on Google Play or the App store and you are able invite friends to join workouts scheduled for a specific day and time to keep each other motivated.

To add some extra motivation, Puma South Africa will be rewarding each of the three users with the highest Trac scores (you receive Trac points when completing a workout) between 24 March and 7 April 2020 with a pair of Puma training shoes.

For more information click on the PUMATRAC icon at the website or find the PUMATRAC app on the App store or Google Play.


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