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Element Hotels, Marriott International, Inc.’s eco-friendly brand, is giving guests more ways to stay healthy and active while on the road through its partnerships with Your Trainer, MiiR Bikes and with the re-launch of the company’s kinetic bikes.

Element and Your Trainer have teamed up to create new, exclusive workout training, plus educational and motivational content just for Element guests through the Your Trainer app. Guests can use the app like a virtual personal trainer to exercise anytime, anywhere, via custom workout videos that adapt to the individual, monitoring his/her goals against his/her body type.

Upon check-in, guests are provided with a training card that includes a three-digit code they can use to set up a Your Trainer profile from any iOS or Android device. From their profile, guests choose from three 10- to 12-minute Element-centric workouts during their stay, including Circuit: Whole Body Blast by Element, offering a full-body toning, circuit-style workout that will hit every body part for an efficient and maximized session; Yoga: Rise & Yoga by Element, designed to relax guests from head to toe; and Strength: Energized by Element, a routine designed to get the blood flowing and muscles primed.

Element is also elevating Bikes to Borrow—its signature program that offers guests complimentary bikes with helmets along with a local trail map—by partnering with MiiR, a Seattle-based lifestyle brand. Starting now, every Element Hotel around the world will have two MiiR bikes available to guests on a first-come, first-serve basis.

In addition, Element is refreshing its kinetic bike offerings by outfitting select Element fitness centers with new Life Cycle electronic stationary bikes by Life Fitness that let guests charge their phones and other digital devices as they pedal. Participating Element properties include Element Boston Seaport, Element Arundel Mills in Maryland, Element Hanover-Lebanon in New Hampshire, Element Bozeman in Montana, and Element Basalt-Aspen. For more information, visit