Anaís Ferreira presents her new fitness app
Imberryfit allows users to perform workout routines from anywhere.
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Anais Ferreira began tracking her fitness after having her baby shortly before the pandemic. With photos and videos on social media, the health coach and personal trainer caught the attention of mothers who followed her progress and were motivated to do the same from home.
This is how Imberryfit was created to share Ferreira's knowledge as a health coach, personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist, according to a press release.
"Imberryfit came about as a play on words in English. Berry can be represented as a fruit, and when spoken it sounds like 'very.' The whole phrase would sound like Iam Very Fit," said Anais.
After two years of creating community through social media, Anais already has more than 90,000 followers who have decided to join her fitness app to train from anywhere.
"Train wherever you want, whenever you want" is the motto of the Imberryfit app, a premise that stems from Anaís' own flexibility needs after giving birth. Now, everyone can have access to a personal trainer and a nutritional advisor from their cell phone.
Anaís mentions in a press release that she wants everyone to be able to start as she did "with as little equipment as possible." Only dumbbells, a chair and a mat are needed; in some cases ankle weights and resistance bands can be added depending on the type of workout.
"Every day I decide to keep working to be better, learn and have the tools I need to continue helping more people to improve their quality of life or achieve their goals through my knowledge," concluded the coach.