Happy hour or 60-minute spin classes — which do you choose on a busy day?
A new dating app Sweatt, might just have the solution.
Simply put, if you combined Tinder and Class Pass, you’d have Sweatt. The app’s algorithm matches people based on how often and when they work out, what their favorite classes or activities are, and any sort of diet preference, from raw to paleo. Users also have the option to write a short profile. Most dating apps match users based on things in common, whether it’s friends, ethnicity ormusic. Similarly, for many people, fitness isn’t just a hobby; it’s a lifestyle, which can be a building block toward deep emotional connection.
You don’t have to love the same kinds of fitness; someone into yoga could match well with a marathon runner simply because they understand each other’s priorities.
While you’d think it would be easy to meet other people at the gym, you may run into some familiar problems: people work out using headphones or while watching their phones (not very inviting), or you just see the same people every day.
Sweatt connects people you don’t see every day but who share one of your top interests.
While Sweatt presents opportunities to create real relationships, the app is ripe with gym selfies, so beware. In fact, Sweatt puts major emphasis on the importance of profile pictures with the option to post five full-size profile photos.