What the app does really well: The Coach generates tough and balanced workouts. The UI for the actual workouts is pretty good. The actual training program is varied enough to be engaging and it's appropriately challenging. User feedback changes the next week in the right way. What the app needs badly: The ability to edit workouts and integration with other Freeletics programs like a single portal for all of the programs. As others have said, the workouts are sometimes not public gym friendly. I'd rather have a single portal for all of Freeletics than to have them change the workouts though.
The app is great but it is not public gym friendly for the workouts as every upper body and lower body exercise requires if to be a smooth exercises, 2 barbells. It's not conducive to have a single bar bell and constantly changing the weights for 2 types of exercises within a set. Especially in a public gym where it's virtually impossible to tell another gym user that hey I'm gonna use 2 bar bells bear with me.
The app is great with the coach. Have been using for a few weeks and I already see and feel a difference. In a short matter of time at the gym, I feel like I got in a good workout and feel I am progressively getting stronger. This only allows for barbell exercises and is all superset. The challenges are, well, challenging and the combination of movements get the job done. One thing I really miss: dumbbells. Maybe some day...
very unhappy with my workouts i even hurt my knees, when i canceled the subscription they charge me again next month, me telling them that i did cancelled previously but since i didnt have a screenshot of tje email they couldn't do anything. please be advice not good customer service
Great workouts that really push your limits! I made great improvements in strength and physique so far. The app does not train for you though so you still have to be dedicated to achieve good results. However, the app itself could use some maintenance and really falls behind the bodyweight app. It is not integrated in the community and there are a lot of simple changes that would significantly enhance the experience with the app. Also I wished there would be a more diverse warm-up and stretching/cooling down part. Those get boring quite easily which is unnecessary because the are so many cool and fun things to do! In total my experience with the app is positive.
It is a decent app to workout in a Gym. Daily sets are small, 3-4 exercises, and not so tough. I have been using the coach but it feels like "not enough" if you're serious about training (but if you are, either you are capable of building your personal schedule or you have a PT). I find the weight selection a bit clumsy and confusing: you can select a target weight which is barbell+disks but the barbell has always a fixed weight. In the app it does change! At the end of the training, then, the weight recap is always much more; like if it's counting the disks weight twice. That's *confusing*
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