Two popular trainers on Apple Fitness+ have unexpectedly announced they are leaving the service, which will celebrate its second anniversary since its December launch.

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Dustin Brown, who was a former yoga instructor at Fitness+, announced his departure from the service at Instagram share earlier in the day. “Having spent more than two years in the United States, I had the opportunity to return to Australia and spend time in my studios and in the community here,” Brown wrote. “I’m following my heart and listening to it, and I’ve decided to go back to Melbourne! That means my time at Apple Fitness+ is about to end.” Brown has been part of the service since its launch.

Brown wasn’t the only one announcing his departure from Fitness+ today. also in Instagram shareBettina Gozo, who was a core coach and strong-duty on duty, said she will be leaving after two years of being part of the team. Jozo wrote, “I am sad that my time on the Fitness + Coach team is about to expire. I am so grateful to be a part of such an amazing team in Los Angeles.” “The dedication, personality, knowledge and hard work of each and every one of you is flawless,” she added.

Apple Fitness+ initially launched on December 14, 2020, and has since added new training types and programs and expanded to new countries earlier this year. While Apple plans to hold a hardware-focused event this Wednesday, updates to services, including Fitness+, have been talked about routinely during Apple’s fall events.

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