FitMind Launches New Meditation App Dubbed 'CrossFit For The Mind'
This App Teaches an In-Depth, Scientific Approach to Meditation Backed by Neuroscientists and Monks Alike
The app, which is currently available on iOS, is the brainchild of former venture capitalist and Yale graduate Liam McClintock, who left his career in finance to study meditation full-time in Asia. His team at FitMind consulted neuroscientists, psychologists and monks in creating an app that takes users from beginner to advanced techniques and explains how each method rewires the brain for presence, focus and energy.
Similar to CrossFit, the FitMind app starts with a foundational program that progresses in difficulty and intensity. Users also complete daily challenges to integrate their practice into everyday life and can ask questions in the app.
"In a world of instant gratification and distraction, we need to start training our minds just the same as our physical bodies," said McClintock. "I am excited to introduce a systematic meditation program for beginner and advanced meditators alike." Pointing to recent scientific research demonstrating that meditation can create significant changes in the brain's structure and function, the FitMind team believes that "mental fitness" is the next major health revolution.
An overview of the app and its unique features can be found in this video: https://www.youtube.com/
FitMind provides professional meditation training to Fortune 500 companies, addiction recovery centers, schools and government organizations. Combining ancient techniques with western science, the FitMind program is now available to the public in app form. Learn more at www.fitmind.co.
How to download:
The FitMind app is currently available for iOS in the Apple App Store. Find it at https://fitmind.app.link/