Sudor – the Netflix of fitness

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Sudor, a fitness app featuring some of SA's best trainers. Picture: Supplied
Sudor, a fitness app featuring some of SA's best trainers. Picture: Supplied

One of the big debates around the Covid-19 coronavirus and being under lockdown is weight gain. You hear about it on radio and Instagram is abuzz, with fitness videos popping up everywhere. A lot of fitness content on the web is free, with those who create it often making very little or no money for their efforts.

Sudor, which means sweat in Spanish, is a new global app that allows trainers a platform to make money during this financially taxing time.

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