We tested the $1,500 mirror that streams exercise classes into your home and saw how it could upend the fitness world
Home fitness has become one of the hottest trends of the year, with new startups offering more innovative and convenient ways to workout.
Peloton, one of the biggest names in the space, has gained a cult following with its workout bike. Earlier this year, it launched its second home fitness machine, the treadmill. Indoor cycling studioFlywheel has also jumped on the bandwagon, rolling out its own version of the bike.
Now New York-based startup Mirror wants a slice of the pie.
Its LCD mirror, which launched in September, allows customers to stream live and on-demand fitness classes from their home. It looks just like a standard mirror and is operated using an app.