To get this program into your hands, we’ve partnered with Beyond the Whiteboard.
And one of our favorite things about the app is the Squads feature.
With it, you can create private squads and invite family and friends to do the same workouts you’re doing so that you can all suffer together. ????
The app lets you share workout activity, messages and personal records with your crews. Which means you can hold each other accountable, celebrate wins, show support and benefit from some friendly competition.
We’ve already organized a few squads with friends and co-workers. So, yes, talking of smack has been happening. There’s love and encouragement in there too.
We feel like it’s a fun feature that’s especially great for people who aren’t working out in a group class setting.
With this handy little feature, it’s like you’re working out with friends.
But in a safe way.
As in, you don’t have to do sit-ups in their sweat puddles. (You’re welcome.)
Also, coming up with squad names is pretty darn fun: ⠀
- French Toast Mafia⠀
- Rowing Pains⠀
- Average Joes⠀
- WOD We Do This?⠀
- Blister Sisters⠀
- Double Under Wonders⠀
- Mom Jeans and Power Cleans
So gather your people and get ‘em to join the #DumbbellDanceParty with you.
Because dance parties are more fun with friends.
If you’re into our Beyond the Whiteboard tutorial videos, here’s how the Squad feature works:
Outsiders, you are automatically added to Outside the Box’s main Squad within Beyond the Whiteboard, but you can also create any additional Squads you want to.
(PS — You can find other Beyond the Whiteboard tutorial videos here.)