Call For Beta Testers

Interested in being the first ones to try Heyday?

Want to be part of the team to shape a more inclusive exercise experience?

We are recruiting users to test our beta product in your homes! As we're developing and refining our experiences, Heyday team would like to invite you to try out our product.

What is beta testing?

Beta testing is an invitation to try our product before it hits the shelf. A beta product will not be in its final form yet (it will also be different from the one described here). The goal of beta testing is simple - to continue iterate and build a product that you will love.

How will it be done?

Beta testing will be conducted in February or March 2022.

If you're chosen as a tester, the cost of the machine, installment, and removal will be covered by us. You'll be able to try a Heyday machine and program for a month at your house. After the month, the machine will be returned to us.

What are the criteria?

Internet connection and a space to place Heyday is a must. There are no minimum/maximum age, gender, or mobility criteria. After all, Heyday is for everyone and every body.

If you're interested, please fill in this Google form and schedule a call with us!


  • I am 77 and can only walk a short distance, and unable to do regular exercise and have lower extremity pain on and off. Your product seems beneficial for me to strengthen my arms and legs
    and it’s perfect that I can do it inside my home. I would be very interested to try your Beta testing.

    Purita Pizarro
  • My senior community will live using this!!!

  • I have osteoarthritis in both knees and it is hard for me to strengthen my muscles to support the knees. I can only walk a short distance ( 1/2 to 1 mile)and use walking poles. I use a recumbent bike also. Yet my legs still are not strong enough. I feel the Heyday would be very beneficial and I would love to be considered for being a Beta Tester. Thank you

    Jan Lougher
  • Was in hospital with blood clots in leg SSD n lung on vent had to go to rehab then physical therapy a machine like this could change my life

    Joanne Kopsaftis
  • I have primary progressive MS, I use a nustep at physical therapy. I need the arm and foot movements because of my condition, I would be very interested in the
    Beta testing.


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