Virtual Mobility Coach

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About this app

Relieve pain and perform better with mobility videos from Dr. Kelly Starrett. His methods are used by athletes in the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, Olympics, and more. And now, with The Ready State Virtual Mobility Coach app, you can…

• Point out where you're having pain on a diagram of the human body, and get tailored mobility videos to provide relief.
• Select a personalized pre- or post-workout mobility video from a list of over four dozen sports, movements, and exercises.
• Access a featured daily maintenance mobilization video, or choose your own with filters for both length and targeted body part.
• Stream videos to your Chromecast.
• Stream audio to your bluetooth device, including car stereos, headphones, and speakers.
• Sync videos for offline playback.

Note: You must have an active Virtual Mobility Coach subscription (or free trial) to log in to this app.
Updated on
Jan 2, 2024

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Personal info and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

51 reviews
Charlie Bayne
January 20, 2022
Good upgrade from the old app, needs search function. Some of the protocols refer ri "follow along videos," but it's hard to find those videos. Example: doing the squat challenge, Kelly says "these videos are just to give you an idea of what the day is. If you want the follow along video, you can find it in the virtual mobility coach." But there's no way to search or go directly to the referenced video. You have to go searching in the Pain/Prep/Recover sections, sometimes with no luck.
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Chaz Sutherland
May 17, 2023
I'm uncertain as to why these routines were recorded as videos: the information expressed within would be better in a PDF format since these aren't follow alongs like most exercise videos... a massive benefit of the video format. It's liken to showing up for a Spinning or Aerobics class, being told what to do, then sent home to perform the exercises. With so much better available online (and free) and what other stretching apps are providing this app is a huge disappointment.
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Matej Fartelj
October 14, 2023
I'm disappointed. The content is superb but the app is like it was a high school project. There's no search function even though there's a lot of references inside videos to other exercises. There's no flow so you're stuck with your imagination for what is good to do next. Full-screen videos are forced to single position and challenges are auto-played (with no possibility of preference). I hope they get some UX experts on this otherwise I would recommend the app to everyone.
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