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Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is launching his group fitness startup in December

Dick Costolo's next act after leaving Twitter is a group fitness startup called Chorus that's launching in beta this December. The former Twitter CEO first teased the startup in January, and now a new profile of Costolo in Vanity Fair shares more details about how it will work. When it's released this winter, the Chorus app will charge a subscription fee to "link up athletes who share common fitness goals, like training for a marathon, increasing their functional strength, or more ephemeral health resolutions, like sleeping better," according to Vanity Fair.
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