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Les Mills On Demand wins USA Today's 'Best at-home Workout' award for 2020

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Les Mills On Demand has been named as the "Best At-home Workout" award for 2020 by USA Today, the internationally distributed daily newspaper.

The at-home sector was one of the award categories featured in the newspaper's annual "10Best" awards.

Les Mills, which provides more than 1,000 workouts across 13 programmes, was selected ahead of nine other finalists.

The full list of the "10Best", highlighted in the at-home workout category, is:

1. Les Mills

2. Le Sweat TV3. Obé fitness

4. Daily Burn5. Centr

6. The Sculpt Society7. P.volve

8. YogaWorks9. Charge Running

10. Aaptiv

The initial nominees were chosen by a panel of experts, partnered with 10Best editors. The top 10 winners were then determined by popular vote by USA Today readers.

Digital and at-home workouts have experienced an explosion in popularity during 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

"To be voted as the best at-home workout for 2020 is an amazing result for the entire Les Mills On Demand team," said Clive Ormerod, CEO of Les Mills.

Jean-Michel Fournier, CEO, Les Mills Media, said: “The digital fitness boom is helping to break down barriers to fitness for people you might not typically see in the gym and that’s really exciting.

“More than six million people each week enjoy the thrill of Les Mills workouts – which are powered by science and deliver world-class results – and our community continues to grow.

“Being selected by USA Today’s readers as the ‘Best At-home Workout for 2020’ is a tremendous honour for our team and we’ll now double down our efforts to help more people get active and create a fitter planet.”

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Les Mills On Demand wins USA Today's 'Best at-home Workout' award for 2020

By

Les Mills On Demand has been named as the "Best At-home Workout" award for 2020 by USA Today, the internationally distributed daily newspaper.

The at-home sector was one of the award categories featured in the newspaper's annual "10Best" awards.

Les Mills, which provides more than 1,000 workouts across 13 programmes, was selected ahead of nine other finalists.

The full list of the "10Best", highlighted in the at-home workout category, is:

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2. Le Sweat TV3. Obé fitness

4. Daily Burn5. Centr

6. The Sculpt Society7. P.volve

8. YogaWorks9. Charge Running

10. Aaptiv

The initial nominees were chosen by a panel of experts, partnered with 10Best editors. The top 10 winners were then determined by popular vote by USA Today readers.

Digital and at-home workouts have experienced an explosion in popularity during 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

"To be voted as the best at-home workout for 2020 is an amazing result for the entire Les Mills On Demand team," said Clive Ormerod, CEO of Les Mills.

Jean-Michel Fournier, CEO, Les Mills Media, said: “The digital fitness boom is helping to break down barriers to fitness for people you might not typically see in the gym and that’s really exciting.

“More than six million people each week enjoy the thrill of Les Mills workouts – which are powered by science and deliver world-class results – and our community continues to grow.

“Being selected by USA Today’s readers as the ‘Best At-home Workout for 2020’ is a tremendous honour for our team and we’ll now double down our efforts to help more people get active and create a fitter planet.”

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