In its first financial release since it went public, The Beachbody Company reported revenues of $223.1 million for the second quarter that were just 2 percent higher than in the year-ago period, but 21 percent higher than in the corresponding period of 2019. As compared to a year ago, digital subscriptions rose by 13 percent to 2.7 million, and digital revenues increased by 20 percent to $94.3 million. The number of streams declined by 20 percent to 5 million but was 75 percent higher than in 2019. Nutrition and other revenues went down. Beachbody reported an adjusted Ebitda loss of $4.4 million and a net loss of $12.4 million for the period. The figures included five days of operations for Myx Fitness Holdings, with which Beachbody has merged. The group plans to boost advertising and to introduce a Myx Bike in the second half of the year. It expects adjusted negative Ebitda of $100 million to $110 million for the full financial year on revenues of between $930 million and $960 million.