Home Fitness Startup Pivot Debuts, Raises $17M

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San Francisco based startup Pivot announced it raised new funding for its home based fitness solution.

The startup announced it has raised $17 million in funding from DCM which lead the funding in this Series A round. Supporting investors in this round includes Y Combinator, Khlosa Ventures, Founders Fund, Signal Fire, and Bling Capital.

This is the startup’s first funding round.

Pivot is launching its new at-home smart fitness startup at a time of fierce competition in the category (Peloton, Echelon, others). The service uses 3D  sensors to track your motion in real time, which allows trainers to provide targeted feedback as you work out. Pivot provides all the necessary equipment, a mobile app, analytics and a monthly subscription with live, regularly updated content.

Pivot plans to launch in Fall 2019.