Freeletics: Workout & Fitness

Freeletics: Workout & Fitness

By Freeletics GmbH

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2013-06-26
  • Current Version: 5.13.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 120.33 MB
  • Developer: Freeletics GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 11,117 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Freeletics: Workout & Fitness App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 11,117 Reviews

Freeletics: Workout & Fitness App Description

Lose weight, build muscle or simply get in better shape with your personal trainer, Freeletics. Train anywhere, anytime! With no equipment needed and over 900 workout variations, Freeletics is your ultimate fitness planner - join our community of over 29 million users, and get started now! Transform your training now: 1. Enjoy 10-30 minute workouts based on bodyweight only. 2. Use our tutorial videos to help you train right. 3. Beginners and advanced athletes welcome! HIIT workouts • See fast results and continuous progression • Abs, arms, butt & legs - our workouts cover all muscle groups FREEMIUM BENEFITS & COMMUNITY • Connect with other athletes and share your recent training for ClapClap motivation • Add and find training spots, join training groups & train together, wherever you are TAILORED TO YOU • Workouts adapted to your schedule, fitness level & goals • Integrated with Apple Health for personal training insights PREMIUM - THE COACH Want to take your workouts to the next level? Subscribe now for personalized training and advanced features: • Assess your fitness level with our fitness test • Choose your availability - 2,3,4 or 5 sessions per week • Get a weekly training plan tailored to your fitness level & schedule • Receive feedback on your performance • Give feedback to help us adjust your training plan accordingly • No space? No problem! The 2x2 option lets you train in a 2m² space ONE SUBSCRIPTION, 3 APPS! Subscribe to The Coach and get access to all Freeletics Training Coaches - Bodyweight, Running and Gym, without any additional subscription fee. That’s right. 1 subscription, 3 different Training Coaches! ---------------------------------------------------- The download and usage of Freeletics Bodyweight is free of charge. Get your training plan and further features with the Coach, which is available in the app with a subscription. If you decide to subscribe you will pay the price set for your country, as shown in the app, and payment will be charged through your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription gives you access to all 3 Freeletics Training Coaches - BodyWeight, Gym and Running, without any additional subscription fee. In order to use your 2 other training systems, download the Freeletics Running and Freeletics Gym Apps on the AppStore. The subscription automatically renews if it is not cancelled within 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your account will be charged for the next subscription period up to 24 hours prior to the current subscription expiring. It is not possible to cancel an existing in-app subscription. You can disable the automatic renewal function at any time by adjusting your account settings. Freeletics Privacy Policy: https://freeletics.com/de/pages/privacy Freeletics General Terms & Conditions: https://freeletics.com/de/pages/terms Do you have any further questions about our app? Send us an email: support@freeletics.com Note: Prolonged usage of GPS can impair the durability of a rechargeable battery.

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Freeletics: Workout & Fitness App Reviews

  • Another hook line

    1
    By Mike18181313
    Beware you’ll pay for this! It’s not free nor is it a bargain. Don’t go through the hassle of entering ALL you info just to be let down by the price. Other options and better options
  • Amazing!

    5
    By mcgloinnf
    For everyone debating if this app is worth the cost... If you get the yearly membership, it’s $79.99/year. Ok let’s compare that to the cheapest gym (at least around my location) Planet Fitness, which is $120/year. We aren’t exactly comparing apples to apples but if you want a workout regime that is body weight focused, can help you lose weight, and gain muscle then you need to download this app and sign up for the coach immediately. If you are looking for a free workout program than this is not for you. If you are willing to change your life, the cost is negligible.
  • What is this?

    1
    By lakkc
    App is totally confusing.
  • Using for years!

    5
    By Matt6::33
    I’ve had the freeletics app for around 5 years but went to the coach version a year and a half a go. Coach is a game changer! I’ve seen real results and have been consistent! The coach version meets you where you are at and helps challenge your from there! I never thought I could do hundred of burpees, but I can now! I’m leaned up and right where I like to be! Thanks freeletics!
  • Excellent minus one thing...

    4
    By arthurtchak
    The coach program is very good as it eases you into exercising. I have come a long way in 12 weeks and plan on using it for a long time. The only negative is that sometimes it has me do 50 or 100 repetitions of an exercise I have never done before under the clock. My opinion is that any "under the clock" exercises should have been drilled before and maybe included in previous intervals etc.
  • DO NOT GET

    1
    By Ffffgxdd
    Called freeletics. Literally nothing is free. Not a single workout. Save your money. Everything on here can be found on YouTube for free.
  • Shouldn’t FREEletics mean that the entire app is free?

    2
    By Princess72398
    I was really disappointed when I found out that the app wasn’t entirely free. I don’t have the kind of money to pay for this, but I know my health is at stake. I don’t know how to reach my goals on my own, which is why I downloaded this app.
  • Very quiet but good workouts

    4
    By bs457
    Decent workouts. A little music or more explanation might help sometimes.
  • Balanced

    4
    By Ogrefeet
    Some parts of it was slow, some moderate and the “Personal Best” was a challenge. Overall a balanced workout balance.
  • First time first day and it was buggy

    2
    By PlexQ
    Seems like it would be a good app if t wasn’t buggy. Went through the training on day one - somehow managed to skip a chunk without knowing, then the app proceeded to give me five seconds for some stretches and not for others, and skipped stretches on one side! The app ended with the last stretch half swiped over. Also, the app could use more voice prompts - one for each exercise, it’s hard to transition well without a prompt to let you know what’s coming next. Two stars for now because it seems promising, and I’ll keep using as I subscribed, but have to manage my own stretches at the end :/. Color me not super impressed so far.

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