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Fitternity wants to push people to reach their fitness goals

Finally! A startup that solves the headache of a wasted gym membership every month.

India-based startup Fitternity recently closed its $5 million Series A funding in late August and it wants to get you exercising wherever, whenever.

Six Sense Venture and other existing investors have participated in the round. Proceeds will be used to spread its presence in the 15 cities in which it currently operates, and to expand into sports and ancillary categories.

Fitternity offers an online platform to put together all kinds of fitness activities including yoga, fitness classes, gym classes, Pilates and Zumba. The platform uses a pay-per-session model. People can order the class that they want and pay for the workouts they use. Fitternity also partners with...

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