People who work out regularly are passionate about their fitness regimens. That passion — and the bodies and minds it gives them — is probably the most important thing to know about these fitness fanatics. Since even if they like crossword puzzles, Game of Thrones and long walks in the woods, what really defines them is the definition of their triceps.
Enter the Sweatt App, which connects people based on their fitness regimens instead of using old school metrics like those mentioned above. Sweatt also has the visually appealing (up to a point) advantage of being loaded with images of toned bods presumably eager to, um, encounter other toned bods. If you’re in the mood to go scrolling for new fit friends, you could surely spend time looking at less attractive images than these. Sweatt is a good idea — and like all good ideas it’ll thrive or dive based on how the users use and respect it. It’s a future where Lululemon is standing by to sponsor your first date.