We've got some good news... Fiit is available on Shaw!

If you’ve got a Shaw Box, we’ve made it EVEN easier to get moving with Fiit by making it a downloadable app. Get the low down on everything Fiit/Shaw related below.

I am Shaw customer, how do I get started?

As a Shaw customer, you will get a free 30 day trial to Fiit’s On Demand content plus 50% off your first subscription payment. To make the most of this epic deal, head to Shaw and follow the steps below to redeem your Fiit access code:

  1. Head to getfiit.tv/shaw to redeem the offer

  2. Open the Fiit app on Shaw

  3. Enter the email address used to redeem the offer, and create your password

  4. You're good to go! You can use the same email and password to login moving forward

You also have access to Fiit on your mobile device- simply use your email address and password to login.

Where can I find the Fiit app on Shaw?

You can search Fiit in the Apps section on your Shaw box.

I am already a Fiit member, how can I get started with the app on Shaw?

Simple! Open up the Fiit app on Shaw then follow the steps to login using the email address and password associated with your Fiit account.

What do I need to get started?

All you need is a 2 x 2m (ish) space. Ideally you'll have a fitness mat, especially for floor exercises, but it’s not essential. We offer classes with resistance bands, dumbbells, kettlebells, bike, tread and row. But don't worry, we also have plenty (and when we say plenty, we mean hundreds) of bodyweight classes if you don't have any equipment.

How do I find a specific class on the Shaw app?

You can browse classes using the arrow keys on your remote control. Check out the browse tab, new releases, collections, most popular or use the filter options to find exactly what you are looking for.

How do I purchase hardware with my Fiit membership?

You can purchase a Fiit Tracker (to track heart rate and reps) and much more from our shop.

Can I fast forward and rewind the app?

At the moment it is not possible to rewind or fast forward a class. This is to make sure you train safely by completing both the warm up and cool down on each end of your workout. You are, however able to pause a class and resume it from where you left off.

Got another burning question that hasn't yet been answered? Check out this article or feel free to contact us at [email protected] and we will be happy to help!

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