Tonal, which describes itself as the smartest home gym, has not yet shipped or installed its equipment outside the U.S., and its website says it doesn’t have a timeline on when it will make the move. After expanding in all the 50 other U.S. states, it became available in Hawaii and Alaska only on Feb. 22. Noting that its competitors in the connected fitness market are concentrating on cardio training, Tonal claims a 90 percent market share in connected strength training in the U.S., where its sales jumped by more than 800 percent last year. Its wall-mounted workout stations sell for $2,995, plus a subscription fee. Tonal has just raised an additional $250 million in a Series E funding round that gives it a valuation of $1.6 million. Its CEO, Aly Grady, said the company is preparing for a public offering sometime in the future, now that it has raised $450 million in total. The latest round was led by the Dragoneer Investment Group, which has also been an investor in Peloton and other start-ups. Other existing investors such as L Catterton and Sapphire Venture also participated in the round along with several athletes including Maria Sharapova and Mike Tyson.