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BetterMen: Home Workouts & Diet

BetterMen: Home Workouts & Diet

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Shredded Workouts: 6 Pack Abs, Chest, Arms and Whole 30 Diet: Keto, Fasting

4.4 Ratings 46K+ Reviews 5M+ Downloads

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Shredded Workouts: 6 Pack Abs, Chest, Arms and Whole 30 Diet: Keto, Fasting
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Ratings & Reviews

4.4
45.7K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    71+%
  2. 4
    13+%
  3. 3
    5+%
  4. 2
    1+%
  5. 1
    9+%
  • Nov 6, 2020

    By A.
    Filled all the stuff just to be asked for paying in blind? XD Nope Edit: I was going to uninstall it, when it turned out that you can actually skip it. I did first workout, going to poke around the app and decide then. As for now, I change rating. Will be updating.
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  • Meh. May 8, 2019

    By wakeele
    It’s a decent fitness app, but not $10/mo decent. A bit of a clunky interface. After the first day of using it I had intended on canceling my subscription after the week trial was up, but because I didn’t have great cell reception and limited time when I was thinking about it (I even set a calendar reminder), I ended up getting charged for an extra week. So I get another week to see if I change my mind any. To me if feel more like a free or <$5 app than deserving of $10/mo. Does work well when playing any audio from music or podcasts while using it. It drops quite a bit just about the entire time you use it and seems to randomly go back to full volume after a while—sometimes cutting off whatever you’re playing entirely. You can’t choose the order of exercises, so if you have a fitness center that doesn’t have any of the equipment you need for a particular workout set near each other, you either have to waste a lot of time wandering all over the gym or go solo from the app (this would easily add 20-30 minutes to my workout at my current fitness center). And speaking of, most of the workouts aren’t geared towards gym equipment, but rather at home. I wouldn’t pay more than $25-30 a year for this app as it currently stands. It’s better than nothing, but at $120 a year, better than nothing doesn’t cut it. I could care less about their garage diet plans too.
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  • Great App Aug 13, 2020

    By hazelrah1710
    I think the app is great but needs some improvement. When I first downloaded the app it worked rlly well. I started to notice that my belly slowly became smaller, and my quads were more chiseled. But the muscle soreness was very harsh and long-lasting. I was tired as heck after every workout and could barely walk the next morning. It got the point where it started to interfere with my daily routine. Now, I don’t blame the app for that, because I probably should have chosen the easier difficulty of the workout, and I also spent 20 or so more minutes a day working out, cause I rlly wanted to see the result as soon as possible. I suggest that you would like, idk, show a preview of what a workout would look like on that level of difficulty, or something. I am not sure myself what is it that I want to be improved, but yeah, I guess that is that. And as for a diet plan, it works like a clock. That’s a relief that it offers you both, because I am new into the whole working out thing, and I know that you also should eat protein or something, and that app provides me with all I need, so that’s a huge plus.
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  • What's with all of the different prices? May 1, 2020

    By Bread77
    Love the app...yet wanted to upgrade my account in some kinda way, because I'm paying $9.99 a week. Which makes no sense because I saw a review of someone paying $10 a month? And there's a $3.99 a week option that is listed 3 different times. What's the difference? There are at least 20 different options of what looks like the same thing, with very little clarification as to what the differences are...all in all, if I continue my subscription at the current price, that would be $480 when a yearly plan is available for $119 I believe...is this a glitch? Haha Because that price difference is really drastic. Again with very little clarification as to what that would include, although I want to extend my subscription, and feel I'm paying way too much I need clarification as to what getting and why I'm paying $9.99 a week versus $3.99?
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  • Oct 24, 2020

    By Kenneth Cole
    This is definitely a very well detailed workout app for any fitness level. I appreciate the accountability in the way the options has to be unlocked before you can view the exercises past what's already opened. Before the virus hit I was a daily visitor but it's been 6 months with no gym activity, I felt every bit of the workout and can't wait to unlock the others and see the physical benefits. I love it.
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  • Oct 20, 2020

    By Nathan Gingrich
    I went through and filled out the bio like all trainers would ask. Afterwards, they asked for a payment to see the meal plans and workouts. I then was browsing through the plans after I paid and it asked me to sign in to see the plans. It never had me setup an account! I was charged and I never received the finished product. I contacted customer service, they refunded me the money. So it was pointless to even try. Save your time!
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  • Oct 14, 2020

    By Joseph Pizzo
    Very disappointed. The app tells you that it provides custom workout plans as well as meal plans with the subscription. This os flat out false. There is no exercise calander, but rather a list of "plans". These can all be found online for free. The meal plan has no customization for preferances and the interface is awkward to navigate. Purchased the year subscription for $19.99 and canceled immediately once I saw the joke that it added. I am very dissappointed and want my money back.
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  • Oct 12, 2020

    By Ivan Quijano
    I just spent a couple dollars on my subscription for a year just for diet part and let me tell you guys it suck!! I mean the recipes are good but the interface how you can see the recipes, like a said sucks Let me tell you why..so if i wants to buy a week of food i need to go day by day and make notes. So now i need to go to Walmart and buy me some magazines to have the whole week or monthly recipes, also i can't chose my preferences of food the rest of you app it fine by the way.....
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  • Oct 13, 2020

    By Daniel Ramer
    Do not fall for the trap. I paid for premium then they wanted me to pay for a nutrition plan, it said it had a home workout plan ready based on my profile then did not give me a plan once they took my money... would never recommend and would appreciate a refund.
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  • Nov 15, 2020

    By Tracy Poudrier
    I can't view any meal plans and I just bought a premium subscription. idk what is going on. The workout plan seems to be decent but for the money I would like the complete product
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  • Great App Aug 13, 2020

    By hazelrah1710
    I think the app is great but needs some improvement. When I first downloaded the app it worked rlly well. I started to notice that my belly slowly became smaller, and my quads were more chiseled. But the muscle soreness was very harsh and long-lasting. I was tired as heck after every workout and could barely walk the next morning. It got the point where it started to interfere with my daily routine. Now, I don’t blame the app for that, because I probably should have chosen the easier difficulty of the workout, and I also spent 20 or so more minutes a day working out, cause I rlly wanted to see the result as soon as possible. I suggest that you would like, idk, show a preview of what a workout would look like on that level of difficulty, or something. I am not sure myself what is it that I want to be improved, but yeah, I guess that is that. And as for a diet plan, it works like a clock. That’s a relief that it offers you both, because I am new into the whole working out thing, and I know that you also should eat protein or something, and that app provides me with all I need, so that’s a huge plus.
    more
  • Oct 24, 2020

    By Kenneth Cole
    This is definitely a very well detailed workout app for any fitness level. I appreciate the accountability in the way the options has to be unlocked before you can view the exercises past what's already opened. Before the virus hit I was a daily visitor but it's been 6 months with no gym activity, I felt every bit of the workout and can't wait to unlock the others and see the physical benefits. I love it.
    more
  • A nice App with many potential Jan 4, 2019

    By ddpan66
    I downloaded several training apps for my workout in gym. And as soon as I am able to decide this app is the best fit, I immediately subscribed a lifetime membership. I see a lot of potential for this app, especially if you check the development release history, the releases of improvements and bug fixes have been very active for the last four months. I hope to see more and more features to be added in future! Feature-wise it would be great to summarize a weekly shopping list based on the recipes so that user doesn’t need to do the summary manually. It would also be great to consider adding stretching to the workout session. If possible adding support for watch os so that we don’t have to carry iPhone all the time. I am still exploring the app. The overall experience so far is worth the price. Look forward to more features to be added. Good work!
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  • THE 1 STAR REVIEWS ARE BULL**** Nov 8, 2018

    By Bagdar0
    This app is such a beautiful app. This review is a personal out look on it. I've been always going in and out of the gym committing then uncommitting consistently. I never go to the gym and it's not because I'm lazy. I don't think anybody is lazy people are just too afraid to fail or look like they're doing things wrong. And everybody loves to say "people don't look at other people when you're at the gym" for one that's not true and I'm sure not everybody is judgemental but I always hated going to the gym because I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO WHEN TO DO THEM AND HOW TO DO IT. This app makes it super easy step by step planned workouts and on top of that they give you an automated meal plan?? Are these 1 star reviews crazy?? $10 is nothing to the amount of time and effort this app will save you if you were to actually follow through and use all of it's features. Huge props to the devs great app! and thank you.
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  • Biased Sep 14, 2018

    By spookytimeinstagramer
    I haven’t even opened the app yet, I’m just trying to put the rating up because the only point I see from everyone is about the subscription, it tells you you can cancel it before buying it, you all who are saying it’s a waste a time, get real, you get 7 free days and you can cancel it for free, it isn’t hard, you’re just a whiny person looking for something to blame. Ten dollars a month is also less than a regular gym membership and it gives you all the information you need for the parts you wanna workout from the videos I saw. Apologies to the developer if the only response you’ve seen have been negative views on one thing that people can’t figure out even though you’ve given them the information on how to solve it.
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  • What's with all of the different prices? May 1, 2020

    By Bread77
    Love the app...yet wanted to upgrade my account in some kinda way, because I'm paying $9.99 a week. Which makes no sense because I saw a review of someone paying $10 a month? And there's a $3.99 a week option that is listed 3 different times. What's the difference? There are at least 20 different options of what looks like the same thing, with very little clarification as to what the differences are...all in all, if I continue my subscription at the current price, that would be $480 when a yearly plan is available for $119 I believe...is this a glitch? Haha Because that price difference is really drastic. Again with very little clarification as to what that would include, although I want to extend my subscription, and feel I'm paying way too much I need clarification as to what getting and why I'm paying $9.99 a week versus $3.99?
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  • Oct 20, 2020

    By David Booth
    This review is after my first exercise experience. I like it because I can pause and then continue in order to finish out the set. It's great for me because I have a set schedule and I workout alone so it's hard to stay motivated, this gives me daily accountability.
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  • I could be a five star app Mar 21, 2019

    By dallashec
    I’m not a gym newbie, but I’ve never felt comfortable at the gym. I always walk in feeling dumb and overwhelmed. This app has really helped lead me and has kept me focused in the gym. It’s great I don’t have to think about what to do, it just tells me. It would be five stars if I could jump around the exercises and come back later to finish them. A lot of the time the gym is packed and I can’t do that particular exercise. Also, my music stops or the volume lowers then the exercise videos start. There’s no sound to the videos so it would be great if my music was still pumping at the volume I had it. Other than that it’s a great workout app! Thanks
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  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Shane Kimball
    Really trying to get back into shape and i love the exercises and how it has a video to show you the moves. My really only complaint is that you cant reset the progression once completed and have to scroll back through to start fresh. Its just a little annoying.
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  • Nov 22, 2020

    By Rick Bouze
    Since the quarantine had locked me out of my local gym, I decided to use the app 5-6 times a week along with my jump rope. I followed the at-home body training programs. It has been more than 2 weeks and (with my own meal plan) lost more than 22lbs/10kgs!
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  • Nov 6, 2020

    By A.
    Filled all the stuff just to be asked for paying in blind? XD Nope Edit: I was going to uninstall it, when it turned out that you can actually skip it. I did first workout, going to poke around the app and decide then. As for now, I change rating. Will be updating.
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  • Meh. May 8, 2019

    By wakeele
    It’s a decent fitness app, but not $10/mo decent. A bit of a clunky interface. After the first day of using it I had intended on canceling my subscription after the week trial was up, but because I didn’t have great cell reception and limited time when I was thinking about it (I even set a calendar reminder), I ended up getting charged for an extra week. So I get another week to see if I change my mind any. To me if feel more like a free or <$5 app than deserving of $10/mo. Does work well when playing any audio from music or podcasts while using it. It drops quite a bit just about the entire time you use it and seems to randomly go back to full volume after a while—sometimes cutting off whatever you’re playing entirely. You can’t choose the order of exercises, so if you have a fitness center that doesn’t have any of the equipment you need for a particular workout set near each other, you either have to waste a lot of time wandering all over the gym or go solo from the app (this would easily add 20-30 minutes to my workout at my current fitness center). And speaking of, most of the workouts aren’t geared towards gym equipment, but rather at home. I wouldn’t pay more than $25-30 a year for this app as it currently stands. It’s better than nothing, but at $120 a year, better than nothing doesn’t cut it. I could care less about their garage diet plans too.
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  • Sep 30, 2020

    By James Bulford
    The concept is good, but you have to have a full home gym to follow the at home plan which makes it a lot of the plans useless for beginners. Simply adding a don't have that piece of equipment alternative to the exercises would make it an amazing app. Which is a shame because it has potential.
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  • Could be better Mar 20, 2019

    By Steezyl
    This app definitely has great potential but there are some things that just keep me from wanting to subscribe long term. For one I hate that the sound of my music dims when I am working out. Like all I am trying to do is listen to music and workout. It’s not like the app needs to talk to me or tell me anything significant. Next what’s after the 12 chest sessions. Like do I start all over or is there more. I figured maybe they would add more to it but it’s not mentioned so I assume that is all they have. Next why once the workout starts I can only go next or pause. What if I accidentally hit next? Granted there are some things that I like about the app and it definitely has potential but those are the things that have kept me from wanting to pay for a month or even a lifetime access to the app.
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  • Just a bunch of exercises to choose from Aug 14, 2020

    By Christensen628
    first of all you go through this whole elaborate question and answer to get your workout desires and body types etc. It sounds really good at the surface but then when you get into the app it just gives you a bunch of programs and says choose from these and do as many as you want at the same time. It’s not exactly what I would call a gated exercise program it’s more of a bucket of exercise programs to choose from. The exercises don't always match the videos or vice versa. They also forget to include the right side workout. It's not capable of recording what weight you use for each exercise. Lastly they misspell words which makes it seem cheap and no one is really working to improve it.
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  • Nov 15, 2020

    By Tracy Poudrier
    I can't view any meal plans and I just bought a premium subscription. idk what is going on. The workout plan seems to be decent but for the money I would like the complete product
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  • Home workout plan is misleading May 8, 2020

    By mickfl30
    I saw that this app had a home workout plan and it only showed a few pictures of the home workouts. All of those pictures did not include any equipment in them (weight benches, barbell, dumbells). I dont have any equipment and am very new to working out but i thought that a home work out wouldnt include any equipment. Maybe im just naive but if i wanted a workout with a roman chair then id go to the gym and use theirs. I wouldnt think the majoritty of people just starting to workout do not have a roman chair laying chair laying around. Or even a barbell. If i had known i needed equipment for every single workout on the home plan then i would not have paid $40 for 3 months. It would have been nice to know
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  • I was charged and couldn't even use it. Jan 21, 2019

    By Kyle Wise
    I'm not bashing this for being a bad app. It was pretty nice to use when I could. But while I was on the free trail I was logged out and when I would try and use my information again it told me I had to resubmit into the 7 day trail. I thought that was weird but I didn't think much of it at the time. Within a few more days it said it charged me for the $59 or whatever it was. I again tried to get into the app but my log in would not find where I had the membership. Honestly I want my money back because I have deleted the app and that's money down the hole. I do not like when companies do trails like this.
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  • Nothing on macros & exercises not accurate Jun 19, 2019

    By Pb&j111611
    I have been studying health and wellness for a long time . This app has so much potential , but I want to see a list of macros being satisfied by the food recommendations . Some people don’t have the ingredients being listed, so to have the macro value would be beneficial so I know what I need for the meal/day and/or what is being fulfilled. Furthermore, the exercises I’ve been doing are great, but unbalanced. For instance “one arm exercises” literally have 3 sets on one arm and then move to a completely different exercise . This needs to be fixed . I’ve ran into 5 routines that contained a one-sided set of repetitions .
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  • Same old song & dance Apr 19, 2020

    By flab3996
    U all give great info the one thing I notice with health apps none have any 7 day trials example a lot people workout I consistent basis everyday including myself we have these Little slips on diets now if u had long 7 to 10 day free trail or even half the $$ for a week and its working on the weakness that I have had hard time with for many years just like finding the right girl I am going to married that app and start feeding it more money there’s lot of low income people that can’t waste money if it’s Not going with work and old saying a 1/2 loaf bread is better than no bread ty
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  • Oct 20, 2020

    By Nathan Gingrich
    I went through and filled out the bio like all trainers would ask. Afterwards, they asked for a payment to see the meal plans and workouts. I then was browsing through the plans after I paid and it asked me to sign in to see the plans. It never had me setup an account! I was charged and I never received the finished product. I contacted customer service, they refunded me the money. So it was pointless to even try. Save your time!
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  • Oct 14, 2020

    By Joseph Pizzo
    Very disappointed. The app tells you that it provides custom workout plans as well as meal plans with the subscription. This os flat out false. There is no exercise calander, but rather a list of "plans". These can all be found online for free. The meal plan has no customization for preferances and the interface is awkward to navigate. Purchased the year subscription for $19.99 and canceled immediately once I saw the joke that it added. I am very dissappointed and want my money back.
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  • Oct 12, 2020

    By Ivan Quijano
    I just spent a couple dollars on my subscription for a year just for diet part and let me tell you guys it suck!! I mean the recipes are good but the interface how you can see the recipes, like a said sucks Let me tell you why..so if i wants to buy a week of food i need to go day by day and make notes. So now i need to go to Walmart and buy me some magazines to have the whole week or monthly recipes, also i can't chose my preferences of food the rest of you app it fine by the way.....
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  • Oct 13, 2020

    By Daniel Ramer
    Do not fall for the trap. I paid for premium then they wanted me to pay for a nutrition plan, it said it had a home workout plan ready based on my profile then did not give me a plan once they took my money... would never recommend and would appreciate a refund.
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  • Misleading APP from start to finish Apr 3, 2020

    By Aastrup91
    While signing in it asks your preferred food diet, but as soon as you finish the process of purchasing a subscription you land on another page asking for you to do an upgrade in order to get the meal plan it asked earlier. Not once does the app say it is separate. Ok, then after saying no you are hit with a page to connect you to Facebook, with all the privacy issues we all face my main concern is location and how I use my phone. On we go... I head into settings and there’s an option right at the top, can’t miss it. It’s an option to stop information gathering (some, not all) Once I select it the App crashes and it makes you add all the information it originally asked prior to your credit card. I did this three times and it crashed every single one of those times. Honestly, I can’t see why this app received ™ some of these positive reviews. Honesty. I use iPhone XS Max 256GB with ample storage and running latest update.
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