Starting in fall 2019, Mason is partnering with BurnAlong, a pioneering online platform that offers on-demand well-being classes and programs on many topics, from physical fitness to mindfulness meditation.

 

BurnAlong’s co-founders Daniel Freedman and Mike Kott understand that when it comes to sticking to goals and healthy habits, a supportive team can make all the difference. Research shows that people are 65 percent more likely to achieve their fitness goals if they involve someone else. That’s why on BurnAlong – available via computer, smartphone or tablet – members can take classes online on-demand, and invite others to join them in live private workouts. Through the partnership between Mason and BurnAlong, Mason students, faculty, and staff will be able to choose from more than 1,000 classes across more than 40 categories and will also have the ability to record classes on the platform.

 

For more information, contact Lewis Forest, associate dean of University Life, at

lforres1@gmu.edu or 703-993-5051.