Walmart announced on Monday that it would start offering exercises for exercise induced asthma (EIA) at its stores in the U.S. beginning this year.
The move comes as the company prepares to launch a new product that promises to help customers prevent their respiratory illnesses.
The product, Exercising to Improve Heart Rate and Muscle Performance, is available for pre-order and will be available in stores from August 20.
The company said it would not be charging customers for the product, but that customers would be able to opt out of the offer at any time.
Walmart said that it will offer exercise classes for people with EIA, which typically cause severe and disabling symptoms.
Exercizing to Improve heart rate and muscle performance can be used to improve exercise performance in people with heart disease, asthma, and certain types of cancer.
It is also known as “exercise assisted ventilation” (EAV), and it is one of several exercise interventions that can help patients with respiratory problems.
Walmart says the company’s Exercicing to Improve cardiac function program will be offered in Walmart Supercenters throughout the country starting next month.
The program will focus on patients with cardiac disease, as well as those with chronic conditions that affect their heart.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” that he wanted to provide a “healthy alternative” to exercising that will help people reduce their respiratory symptoms.
Walmart plans to offer exercises in Walmart stores in both indoor and outdoor settings in August.
The exercise classes will be taught by a trained instructor who will be able tailor exercises to a patient’s specific needs.
McMillon said that exercise classes would also be available online for anyone who has questions about exercising.
“This is really a fun way for people to get involved,” McMillon added.
“We’re really excited to be able help these patients to stay healthy and help them get to work.
Walmart’s announcement comes on the heels of another announcement by Walmart last month that it was launching a new exercise program called Exerciser.
The new program will provide exercises that help people with asthma manage their asthma and improve their cardiovascular function.
The Exercisers will be similar to the existing Exercise program in that they will help patients to reduce their symptoms and improve breathing.
The workouts will be tailored to a particular patient, such as a person with asthma, but they will also include a variety of exercises, such the push-up and push-ups, in addition to a few exercises that are specifically designed for exercise.
Walmart, which has more than 1.5 million stores worldwide, is looking to expand the Exercised program in other stores. “
Our goal is to provide the best possible value for the customer and we want to help them maximize their benefits,” he said.
Walmart, which has more than 1.5 million stores worldwide, is looking to expand the Exercised program in other stores.
It also announced a partnership with Nike to bring its products to the store.
Walmart also plans to launch an exercise program in the coming weeks that will include exercise mats for indoor exercise and a fitness app.