Test your fitness with free virtual fitness contests

Dubai-based tech startup has launched a series of free challenges with rewards

Test your fitness with free virtual fitness contests

Ever wondered if you have the endurance to climb all the way up Dubai's Burj Khalifa? Or still have what it takes to do a 21.1 km run?

If you’re looking to test your fitness levels while staying at home, this Dubai-based tech startup has just the virtual challenges to try out.

New platform inphota has launched a series of workout challenges that Dubai's fitness enthusiasts can do in their own home, and they’re completely free to try.

Now available via www.inphota.com, there’s an array of fitness challenges to conquer, including climbing the Burj Khalifa from home, a half-marathon, virtual biking tour, stay-at-home runs and plenty more.

You can get signed up for free, and participants can compete in fitness challenges with their performance tracked by a smartphone or wearable device.

Complete a challenge and find yourself among the top competitors? Expect to win a list of prizes.

“Our aim is to provide a way to motivate UAE residents to continue improving their health by creating digital events that incorporate key aspects of a physical event experience at home,” said CEO and co-founder of inphota Andrew Laity.

“The challenges provide an incentive to keep training by creating an opportunity for participants to receive rewards for the completion of at-home workouts. We are grateful of in5’s continued support which has enabled Dubai-based startups such as ours to contribute to the vision of the UAE.”

For more ways to keep fit while staying safe at home in Dubai, we’ve got you covered right here.

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