Who owns Beach Sweat? R-rated sexy exercise platform combines OnlyFans and Peloton

The new beach sweat virtual fitness platform is a hybrid model of Peloton with a spicy touch of OnlyFans


                            Who owns Beach Sweat? R-rated sexy exercise platform combines OnlyFans and Peloton
Stunning Miami instructors on BeachSweat (Beachsweat/Instagram)
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Indeed, this is exactly what many of them think they want! A grand calorie-burning feast for the eyes. This new beach sweat practice platform is a hybrid model of Peloton with a spicy touch of OnlyFans. The R-rated subscription-based website offers 30-minute high-intensity live and on-demand workout classes, led by busty, bikini-clad bombshells. 
 
Beach Sweat has already started grabbing and tempting the attention of potential subscribers and has racked up over 350,000 views on TikTok. The clips of toned, bouncing, glittering goddesses on spin bikes, and yoga poses are now catering as a protein shake for millions of lured followers on the platform. This unique idea of virtual sizzling workout sessions was initiated by 'Alexa Collins' who founded the platform and is a professional cycling instructor.

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“I saw these ridiculously beautiful girls teaching gym class and I thought, ‘Oh my god, this is genius. I need to check this out,’” BeachSweat customer Mark Lester, 41, proudly asserts.

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After taking a free trial class, Lester quickly increased the $14.99 monthly subscription fee to get hot and sweaty with the Miami-based knockouts. “Like the rest of the world, I’ve made a New Year’s resolution to lose weight,” said the traveling wine importer, who is also based in Miami.

BeachSweat, the remote fitness platform which debuted three weeks ago as one of many pandemic-birthed, gym-free cyber workout programs — prides itself on pioneering what they call “visually inspired fitness.”

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“People get motivated to get off the couch and burn some calories when they see a sexy girl sweating and working out in a bikini,” Alexa Collins, BeachSweat’s co-founder and cycling instructor, told The Post. In just under a month, the platform has already welcomed a staggering 30,000 subscribers.
 
Collins claims that the idea of visual fitness motivation model first struck during the risqué regimen in early 2020, when the pandemic left people looking for at-home exercise options.  “So we thought, ‘Why not hire all these gorgeous girls, who love to workout and are in shape, to do what they do on a platform that teaches other people how to sculpt their bodies in a visually entertaining way" she added.
 

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The workouts provide a sexy spin on the usual at-home workout trend. The beautiful BeachSweat instructors all have professional fitness training backgrounds. Collins and her fellow instructors enjoy a six-second broadcast delay while live-streaming workouts in their skimpy suits. If they experience a wardrobe malfunction, the stream’s producers can switch cameras and angles to avoid accidentally flashing viewers.
 
While many followers of this platform truly hail this idea of an adventurous workout, many of them are still finding the sexy workouts a tad trashy idea. However, Collins ignores the haters and openly clarifies the misconceptions. “We’re all about being positive, and focusing on the positive people who’ll stay on the platform and enjoy it with us”.

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