Vivo, an Atlanta, GA-based platform for digitally-delivered senior fitness, raised $1.1M in seed funding.
Backers included Mike Becker, Jim Denny and Ken Manning.
This funding round will allow the company to grow their team and expand their scientific research for offerings specific to aging-related disease prevention. In particular, muscle mass plays an important role in diseases such as osteoporosis and Type 2 Diabetes, and Vivo will seek to build out programs for these conditions.
Led by Eric Levitan, Founder, Vivo is an online, live and interactive small-group strength training fitness program designed specifically for adults 55 and older. Delivered remotely for working out in the comfort of home, the program focuses on building strength while integrating stretching, balance and cognitive, allows for individual attention and personalized feedback while also promoting social engagement and community.