Ann Arbor Company Launches Online Fitness Platform

An Ann Arbor company has launched a platform designed to help fitness and wellness professionals host online classes and training sessions.
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Yottled platform
The Yottled platform allows coaches to offer online classes to up to 100 participants at a time. // Image courtesy of Yottled

An Ann Arbor company has launched a platform designed to help fitness and wellness professionals host online classes and training sessions.

Yottled opened its new platform today. Coaches can accept payments and host live virtual classes for up to 100 people using live video calls, event registration, notifications, the ability to accept credit card payments, and more. The platform is also designed to offer a simple user interface.

Each coach can create a branded, personal page and can share their classes and pages on social media.

During Yottled’s early access program, coaches hosting classes made an average of $94 per hour while clients paid an average of $6 per class. Before Yottled, the same coaches reported making an average of $20 per hour working for gyms and studios. Clients previously paid an average of $30-$36 per class when working out in a gym or studio group class.

“Coaches don’t have the overhead of gyms or studios,” says Trevor Hough, co-founder and CEO of Yottle. “They can have more people attend since there is no physical limit. Coaches are extending the savings to their clients, which translates to cheaper, more convenient classes.”

Yottled was founded by Hough and Will Guides, former residents of Google, Facebook, and Duo Security. It is available at yottled.com.

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