If you've already associated your existing xID with a user account in another app, you will not be able to use it in the Matrix Community App.
If you already have an account on a different app, you will not be able to use that same account to login to the Matrix Community App.
In the "Name or Code" field, simply type "matrixfitness", then tap the Continue button. You will see a pop up that says "Additional resources (12.1 MB) are required to launch the latest version of the app." This is normal. Just tap the "Allow" button to proceed to the "Login | Sign Up" screen.
Yes. You can create an eGym account or login with your existing eGym account from within the "Workouts" tile. This enables you to view your workout results history, access the exercise library content, featured workouts and manually enter workout results.
Yes. You can opt out of sharing your workout activity in the "Activity Feed" by tapping the circle button in the upper left of the screen. Next, tap the "Settings" button. Finally, tap the "Privacy" button. Enable the radio button next to "Select 'Private' if you do not wish any of your activities or achievements to be shared with other members of your fitness facility."
Yes. You can opt out of receiving automated emails by tapping the circle button in the upper left of the screen. Next, tap the "Settings" button. Finally, tap the "Email Preferences" button. Set the toggle buttons to the "off" position for the automated emails you prefer not to receive.
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You can change your cookies settings at any time by visiting the Cookies page or from the Cookies link in the footer.Accept all cookies Reject all cookies
Necessary cookies are required to enable core functionality, such as logging in. These can only be turned off by changing your browser preferences.
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User settings cookies can store preferences such as default leisure centre location.
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