A fitness app called Rogue Fitness Gear is selling fitness equipment for free on its website.
The app offers workouts in various forms for both iPhone and Android, and has a $20 price tag on the device.
The workouts include cardio, weightlifting, hiking, and hiking in the park.
The fitness equipment is also available as a standalone device, or as part of a larger set of fitness equipment that includes a workout ring, wristband, and fitness tracker.
Rogue Fitness has launched a Kickstarter campaign, which you can find here.
The company says it hopes to ship its products to customers in September.
“Our goal is to get Rogue Fitness gear to as many people as possible, and we have a lot of good ideas on what to do,” said Jason Johnson, founder and CEO of Rogue Fitness.
The Rogue Fitness App for iPhone and iPod touch has a goal of reaching 5 million users, Johnson told Quartz.
The iPhone version of the app is $2.99, and the iPod touch version is $1.99.
Johnson says Rogue Fitness hopes to reach 100,000 users within the next three years, but he declined to give a timeline for that.
The new workout equipment includes an Apple Watch and a Google Fit tracker, along with a set of wristbands.