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Introducing Smyl Fitness Rx

Fitness for
adults 50+

Transform your body & your life 


matters now
more than ever.

At home fitness designed to help you take control of your health*

Lower risk for dementia, heart disease, and many other conditions1
Help control blood sugar and lower risk for type 2 diabetes2
Ease pain, improve joint health, and prevent arthritis disabilities1
Lower blood pressure, strengthen heart, reduce risk for heart attack3

Stay strong, reduce falls, increase energy and independence4

Burn calories, trim pounds, maintain a healthy weight1

Life changing preventative fitness!​

Personalized workouts & expert guidance based on your health status, fitness level, and goals

Getting Started is Simple

It takes just minutes! All at home. We give you everything you need to get results.

Baseline safety screening

Tailored to your skill level

Guided exercise, training, & coaching

Adjustable from beginner to pro

Designed by health & fitness experts

Make fast progress in under 5 mins

Our Approach

We work at the intersection of science, fitness, and preventative care.

Adults 50+ have specific fitness needs that most programs can’t meet. We’re changing things.

Our team is led by experts in fitness, preventative care, and the science of healthy aging. 

We understand everyone’s story is different. We take time to listen to yours – and develop a plan to help you get fit and live well.

Common Questions

What is Smyl?

Highly personalized science-based workouts and coaching based on your health status, ability, and goals. The name “Smyl” (pronounced Smile) stands for supporting mobility and longevity.

Is Smyl safe for beginners?

We believe in safety first. Our programs are beginner friendly, easy on your joints and designed with your safety in mind. The initial and ongoing assessments help to ensure your safety. We’ll never ask you to do extreme exercises that are not advised or likely to cause injury. 

How much will it cost?

We offer a basic membership that’s free for life. We also also offer paid membership options that provides access to premium content, coaching, and activities. Given the hardship many are facing due to COVID-19, we’re offering an extended free trial to all new members.

Who can join Smyl?

Smyl is designed to help people age 50 and beyond use fitness as a part of the plan to take control of their health. Our members range from active & healthy people looking to improve their fitness to those just getting started, or looking get back active after a long layoff. Call us at (312) 508 – 3080 to learn more about becoming a member or fill out this form and we’ll be in touch.

What does the program consist of?

TRAIN: to help you master the basics of safe and effective exercise.

PERSONALIZE: fitness, education, and coaching to keep you on track. 

CONNECT: you’ll feel a strong sense of belonging, support, and friendly competition with your people just like you. 

Will insurance cover this?

Fitness programs, such as Smyl, may be part of the extra coverage offered by your health plan. We are in network with many health plans and can help you determine if your insurance provides a fitness benefit. For members on Medicare, we can also provide you with basic insurance information to help you get the most out of your benefits.

Do I need any equipment?

The workouts are completed at home in as little as 5 minutes. Most people will only need a sturdy chair and water to keep hydrated. Some advanced programs require light weights. Our platform runs on any phone, tablet or desktop device. 

Can you work with my doctor?

Yes. While referrals aren’t required, we do work with doctors. Many doctors advise patients to exercise as part of the plan to help prevent and manage many health issues. We provide you with the training, monitoring, and coaching to help you safely incorporate exercise into your health plan. We can connect with your health provider or provide you with a progress report that you can share with them.  


*Disclaimer: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information presented herein is for educational purposes. Please consult your medical professional before beginning any fitness programs.

  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | Physical Activity Prevents Chronic Disease Accessed December 1, 2020.
  2. American Diabetes Association | Exercise for Diabetes Accessed December 1, 2020.
  3. American Heart Association | Getting Active to Control Blood Pressure. Accessed December 1, 2020.
  4. National Institute on Aging | Exercise and Physical Activity. Accessed December 1, 2020.