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SWEAT: Fitness App For Women

SWEAT: Fitness App For Women

Sweat

Workout At Home Or In The Gym. BBG, PWR, HIIT, Circuits, Strength & Yoga.

4.5 Ratings 66K+ Reviews 5M+ Downloads

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Workout At Home Or In The Gym. BBG, PWR, HIIT, Circuits, Strength & Yoga.
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  • Love this app!! Jan 21, 2019

    By pemager
    I absolutely love this stupid app. It’s got me excited to go to the gym and setting up a schedule and I’ve never had that before. I don’t use the meal planner because I’m a poor college student, so I don’t do much grocery shopping, but the option is there and I really like the meals it offers. There are a few things I would change, but the pros so outweigh the cons that they’re easy to pass over when deciding between 4 or 5 stars. One, I wish that it gave you the option to change the default warm up setting. Sometimes I forget to change it and it jumps right into the workout and I don’t want that. Also, as someone else said, the mile tracker is wayyy off, but I’m not super concerned with miles right now, I’m just trying to build a cardio base, and I could always just use another app. Lastly, all the tapping is annoying at times, but so sometimes I just don’t do it. I just remember what exercise is coming next and I do it. For the supersets I just use the clock at the top to count my 30 seconds. Overall, such a good app. I can’t keep the subscription going because, like I said, poor college student and I’m trying to afford a trip to Japan this summer, but holy cow I’m still debating paying for it. I really do love this app. The workout counter keeps me motivated and on track and the workouts are so much fun. I’m really seeing changes and I’m really happy. Thanks Sweat Team!
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  • Jan 24, 2021

    By Nichole Watterson
    Love this app! I started with the printable version of bbg1 and bbg2 in 2015, because i had a sore back. I swapped to the app after a few years. Changed my life! There's been months i haven't been able to exercise but you van just pick up where you left off. I've done pwr build and some fierce as well and love them all!! Totally worth it!
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  • Absolutely amazing app Apr 18, 2020

    By naggiemishka
    I love this app so much! This is an amazing way to work out. I started working out with Sweat since end of February. It’s very smart and very convenient and you can work out at the gym or at home. There are tons of different programs you can choose within Sweat that suits your current condition and goals. I never liked working out but with this app I became obsessed. What I love the most about it is the instructors that I can find on Instagram. The connection makes me feel that there is a real person who is leading me through this. When I said it’s convenient, I meant it 100%. So first of all, if you work out at the gym, they built it the way you can find everything you need for each activation in one place. You watch a short video for each exercise which is showing you how to do it. You don’t have to run from one machine to another with no break in between. They thought of the adequate breaks in between each activation set. Also I love the built-in timers within timers. I am telling you, it makes it so much easier to do it right. I tried a couple more apps before and my experience wasn’t as efficient, pleasant and great as with Sweat. Amazing work, guys! Honestly, my life has changed since this app. Since I am hooked to consistently working out now, I became more fit, confident, healthier, and just more positive!!! Thank you!
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  • Jan 13, 2021

    By Mason Shaw
    Seriously love kayla's program and the other trainers as well. I've been using this for several months and it really helps me stay accountable. It's easier for me to keep track of my workouts, before I was clogging up my phone's calendar with what I did that day. The app does that for you. I've done some of the recipes and I found them fairly simple and quick which is great. I really love being able to customize my workouts, substitute moves, access to other trainers, and new programs at anytime
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  • Great app but needs work Jul 26, 2018

    By KHavey
    I would love to say first that this app is like an awesome combination of mapmyrun and myfitnesspal. It gives you the option to track what you eat, gives you recipes and shopping lists, and allows you to schedule your workout week and plan your workouts. The workouts are high-rep, body weight exercises but if you do them, they’ll wear you the heck out!! My legs were more sore after the first leg day workout than they have been in quite some time. After only three weeks of training I’m already seeing results! One issue I have with the app is you have to keep it open for your entire workout which totally drains my phone’s battery. It would be great to have an option to flow through the circuits without having to pause and press on an arrow, which stumps my motivation as I’m pushing through the last few reps of one exercise and starting the next. You also have to keep the app open during your entire cardio workout (ESPECIALLY during HIIT days) and doesn’t voice how far you’ve gone, when you’re done, or for HIIT, when to work/rest unless you’re looking at your screen. This is just my opinion as I don’t like being very hands-on with my phone when I’m dripping with sweat! 😜 The last issue I have is with the mile tracking. I’ll have both mapmyrun and sweat open at the same time and sweat will have twice the mileage I actually ran on mapmyrun. Like I said before, this app is really awesome but with a few tweaks, could be absolutely incredible!
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  • Could be a lot better Mar 3, 2019

    By meg4eva
    I really wanted to like this app but I find a lot of problems with it that are more frustrating than helpful. For one, you have to have the app open to use the timers, ie. doing the warm up or a cardio workout. I prefer to watch a show or videos when I do cardio so it was kind of annoying that I couldn’t. Also, the app crashed several times when I was in the middle of a weight training workout and when I re-opened the app all my progress was lost so the only option was to re-start the workout, again, super annoying when you’re more than halfway through the workout! Also, there is no option to swap out an exercise for something low impact. I have an injury that prevents me from doing any type of jumping and I had to research alternatives for jumping jacks, mountain climbers, etc. on my own because the app didn’t provide any guidance. And my least favorite thing about the app is that you can’t skip a specific set and come back to it. My gym is relatively busy with limited weight equipment and there were times where I had to wait almost 20 min to do a set because the app wouldn’t let me skip and come back to it. Overall, I like the concept of this app and enjoyed the weekly calendar and the exercises, but I found a lot of flaws that I couldn’t look past and annoyed me, which made using it less enjoyable. Maybe if the app was free or less than $20/month I would have stuck with it!
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  • It’s good but needs improvement Apr 19, 2018

    By Reader rasa
    I got this app bc of all the buzz and great reviews! This app is very confusing, I’m very tech savvy I used to work with computers and cell phones so I’d say I know more about technology than the average person. When you first open the app it has all these sections ( post baby, flow resistance, power, etc....) I thought I had to do all of those as part of the program. When I first signed up I chose the BBG so I was so confused as to why all these other workouts were coming up! So I figured that out and then the workout program I chose is specifically for at home where you don’t need equipment . So when it’s telling me to jump rope I don’t have that and I’m in my house, and telling me I need a bench I can’t do those workouts either. And then I press for alternatives and all of those include the equipment I don’t have too. This is very frustrating so I have to do complete alternatives. Lastly, some of these workout don’t have easier options. I hurt my back recently and some of these exercises I can’t do yet and it gives no easier or back friendly alternatives. And sometimes this is the entire workout so it’s really a bummer. I mean even if you guys included a Pilates based program that would be great for the back. So on those days I go on the Fit Radio app which is an amazing alternative and have multiple different options so even if your hurt they still have a workout for you.
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  • Jan 21, 2021

    By Shannon K-Seguin
    Gets boring fast, from week to week the workouts get dull and don't change much they need to find some new moves within the workout program. Don't like the cardio thing if I wanted to go and workout on my own I wouldn't have paid for this app
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  • Jan 22, 2021

    By K B
    Awful app, not user friendly for someone trying to get into shape. Other apps are much easier to follow and make working out a lot more fun, would not recommend.
  • free trial isn’t free Jul 9, 2019

    By VEBN
    Dispute canceling in under 7 days I just discovered that I have been billed even though I rec’d confirmation in the app that I had cancelled the FREE trial - I even did it before because I realized I wasn’t able to find the time and couldn’t justify the monthly cost. I work. I have kids. I know with completely certainty that I canceled and got the app even telling me that it acknowledged my “free” trial was canceled - now I just discovered they have been charging me. Not only are they robbing budget I don’t have they are robbing me of time tracking down the refund. If you were proper you would make it a true FREE trail and ask for credit card info only after the trail period if someone willingly opts in and don’t cheat and trick!!!!! The customer service reply is that they can’t issue a refund because of the sneaky way they require you to opt in for auto renewal through the App Store. I canceled in app and it gave me with completely certianty the sense I had been canceled and wouldn’t be charged - after discovering I was charged they say they can’t refund. What they can do is issue a free trial and then have you opt in to pay - this is a total scam and they are thieves that created a very sneaky and unethical free trial. I can’t believe not only have they charged me I have to keep pushing for a refund. Customer service isn’t acknowledging how sneaky they are. I have 3 small children. They are robbing this budget from them.
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  1. Kayla Itsines and her fellow trainers' 28-minute workouts: high-intensity plyometric training, post-pregnancy strength training, and yoga
  2. Pre-made shopping lists and meal planning for all preferences: standard meals, vegetarian, pescetarian, Lacto-vegetarian, ovo-vegetarian, and vegan
  3. Compare your weekly progress with private side-by-side photos or share photos with friends and the bikini body community for further motivation

Reviewed by Laura S on January 4, 2018

  • Love this app!! Jan 21, 2019

    By pemager
    I absolutely love this stupid app. It’s got me excited to go to the gym and setting up a schedule and I’ve never had that before. I don’t use the meal planner because I’m a poor college student, so I don’t do much grocery shopping, but the option is there and I really like the meals it offers. There are a few things I would change, but the pros so outweigh the cons that they’re easy to pass over when deciding between 4 or 5 stars. One, I wish that it gave you the option to change the default warm up setting. Sometimes I forget to change it and it jumps right into the workout and I don’t want that. Also, as someone else said, the mile tracker is wayyy off, but I’m not super concerned with miles right now, I’m just trying to build a cardio base, and I could always just use another app. Lastly, all the tapping is annoying at times, but so sometimes I just don’t do it. I just remember what exercise is coming next and I do it. For the supersets I just use the clock at the top to count my 30 seconds. Overall, such a good app. I can’t keep the subscription going because, like I said, poor college student and I’m trying to afford a trip to Japan this summer, but holy cow I’m still debating paying for it. I really do love this app. The workout counter keeps me motivated and on track and the workouts are so much fun. I’m really seeing changes and I’m really happy. Thanks Sweat Team!
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  • Absolutely amazing app Apr 18, 2020

    By naggiemishka
    I love this app so much! This is an amazing way to work out. I started working out with Sweat since end of February. It’s very smart and very convenient and you can work out at the gym or at home. There are tons of different programs you can choose within Sweat that suits your current condition and goals. I never liked working out but with this app I became obsessed. What I love the most about it is the instructors that I can find on Instagram. The connection makes me feel that there is a real person who is leading me through this. When I said it’s convenient, I meant it 100%. So first of all, if you work out at the gym, they built it the way you can find everything you need for each activation in one place. You watch a short video for each exercise which is showing you how to do it. You don’t have to run from one machine to another with no break in between. They thought of the adequate breaks in between each activation set. Also I love the built-in timers within timers. I am telling you, it makes it so much easier to do it right. I tried a couple more apps before and my experience wasn’t as efficient, pleasant and great as with Sweat. Amazing work, guys! Honestly, my life has changed since this app. Since I am hooked to consistently working out now, I became more fit, confident, healthier, and just more positive!!! Thank you!
    more
  • Jan 13, 2021

    By Mason Shaw
    Seriously love kayla's program and the other trainers as well. I've been using this for several months and it really helps me stay accountable. It's easier for me to keep track of my workouts, before I was clogging up my phone's calendar with what I did that day. The app does that for you. I've done some of the recipes and I found them fairly simple and quick which is great. I really love being able to customize my workouts, substitute moves, access to other trainers, and new programs at anytime
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  • Jan 19, 2021

    By Bonita Van Gerve
    One of the best choices I've ever made. Keeps you on track. When you get bored with a program there are lots of other trainers whose programs you can join. Even gives you a healthy eating plan and this is everything included in the price you pay per month or year. I've never stayed commited to any workout program before SWEAT.
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  • Love This App Apr 29, 2020

    By spookymarena
    I love this app because like allot of people, I’m really bad motivating myself while I’m in the gym. Two factors; I like my own specific Dj sets to listen to which I’m so glad I can still listen while using the app, but I also prefer someone telling me what to do and timing me or giving me rep count so I don’t have to look at a freaking notebook or scroll through my phone to find some article with a workout plan thus just wasting time and spending even more time in the gym. This app just makes the process easy to understand and keep motivation through out as it literally walks you through step by step. So if you’re worried about your phone being on the entire time then just keep in mind you might need this app for the motivation, time management, and seeing the movement itself for proper form (as not everyone knows what every exercise looks like. For example did you know a proper squat needs you to focus on pushing your knees out? I see so many people letting their knees buckle in and then wonder why their back and rest of the body hurts from misalignment.) So just shut your phone off if you’re doing cardio, you can always go back and mark it as complete. The food options are amazing and so easy to make, no excuses on “I don’t have time” ! I’m just overall really impressed with this app, thank you so much !
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  • Jan 24, 2021

    By Nichole Watterson
    Love this app! I started with the printable version of bbg1 and bbg2 in 2015, because i had a sore back. I swapped to the app after a few years. Changed my life! There's been months i haven't been able to exercise but you van just pick up where you left off. I've done pwr build and some fierce as well and love them all!! Totally worth it!
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  • Jan 18, 2021

    By Lisa Fallon
    I did the 7day free trial and really enjoyed it, so have signed up for 12 months. My only criticism is that there is no transition time between exercises, so I tend to lose a bit of time moving around. Otherwise, a really good app for bodyweight exercises, with no equipment needed.
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  • Jan 15, 2021

    By Shwetha R
    Love the workouts and app. But I have a feedback on the photo deletion.The only option to delete pics is going to sweat folder in phone gallery and deleting. But if you change your phone or lose the data somehow, the app still retains the old pics and doesnt provide an option to delete pics.
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  • Schedule feature is off, everything else is great. Aug 22, 2020

    By C&G&S
    The app is so much better than working out from the BBG e-book! Especially love having videos of the exercises. Every feature I’ve used so far is great...except for the scheduling. I hate the automatic scheduling feature and there doesn’t seem to be a setting to turn it off. For example, I might have completed most, but not all, of my BBG workouts in week 12 before the week got too busy at work or home and I had to take more days off than usual. Automatically, the app moves me to week 13 on Sunday! But I wasn’t done with week 12...so I go to “Manage My Program” and set it manually back to week 12. Now that I’ve done that, it doesn’t show which workouts I completed anymore. It’s all reset. What it needs is: - a setting where you mark a week completed, rather than it automatically moving forward. Life gets in the way and I’m sure many people aren’t ready to move on every Sunday. - at the very least the app should keep record of which workouts you’ve completed even if you backtrack to a previous week. Maybe there could be a “reset week” option for those who want to erase what they did and do it over. But it seems like most people would benefit from their progress being saved.
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  • Jan 15, 2021

    By Melissa Ziukelis
    There are lots of options and the workouts are awesome! I particularly love the Fierce program. It would be 5 stars if I could get the workouts on my fitbit.
  • Great app but needs work Jul 26, 2018

    By KHavey
    I would love to say first that this app is like an awesome combination of mapmyrun and myfitnesspal. It gives you the option to track what you eat, gives you recipes and shopping lists, and allows you to schedule your workout week and plan your workouts. The workouts are high-rep, body weight exercises but if you do them, they’ll wear you the heck out!! My legs were more sore after the first leg day workout than they have been in quite some time. After only three weeks of training I’m already seeing results! One issue I have with the app is you have to keep it open for your entire workout which totally drains my phone’s battery. It would be great to have an option to flow through the circuits without having to pause and press on an arrow, which stumps my motivation as I’m pushing through the last few reps of one exercise and starting the next. You also have to keep the app open during your entire cardio workout (ESPECIALLY during HIIT days) and doesn’t voice how far you’ve gone, when you’re done, or for HIIT, when to work/rest unless you’re looking at your screen. This is just my opinion as I don’t like being very hands-on with my phone when I’m dripping with sweat! 😜 The last issue I have is with the mile tracking. I’ll have both mapmyrun and sweat open at the same time and sweat will have twice the mileage I actually ran on mapmyrun. Like I said before, this app is really awesome but with a few tweaks, could be absolutely incredible!
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  • Can’t track past workouts correctly Mar 2, 2019

    By pennylane_10
    I’d like to be able to add past workouts of any week on the exact day/time of my workout to track what I’ve done. Right now I can only mark my Resistance Trainings as completed and if I miss tracking one day, I have to go back to the previous week and lose any progress on the exact date/time. It shouldn’t be so complicated. I’ve been using more my Fitbit app that has this feature. I can track any type of workout any day at the exact timeframe. It works flawlessly and it’s easy to use. I’ve ended up using Sweat only for the Resistance Trainings, but I also have the PDFs so I’m not seeing a lot of added value in the app. The only added value I can see is the menu/food section which is really good. The down part is that I do meal prep once for the entire week as I don’t have time to cook separate meals every day, so I end up not using it a lot either. I also find the “share” pop-ups annoying after every workout. I’m working out for me (for my health, strength and benefit) so I don’t understand why there’s so much sharable content within the app. It’s a fitness app, not a social network. I get that there’s a “community” factor in there but maybe the pop-ups stay in that tab for the people who need that sort of motivation/engagement.
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  • Could be a lot better Mar 3, 2019

    By meg4eva
    I really wanted to like this app but I find a lot of problems with it that are more frustrating than helpful. For one, you have to have the app open to use the timers, ie. doing the warm up or a cardio workout. I prefer to watch a show or videos when I do cardio so it was kind of annoying that I couldn’t. Also, the app crashed several times when I was in the middle of a weight training workout and when I re-opened the app all my progress was lost so the only option was to re-start the workout, again, super annoying when you’re more than halfway through the workout! Also, there is no option to swap out an exercise for something low impact. I have an injury that prevents me from doing any type of jumping and I had to research alternatives for jumping jacks, mountain climbers, etc. on my own because the app didn’t provide any guidance. And my least favorite thing about the app is that you can’t skip a specific set and come back to it. My gym is relatively busy with limited weight equipment and there were times where I had to wait almost 20 min to do a set because the app wouldn’t let me skip and come back to it. Overall, I like the concept of this app and enjoyed the weekly calendar and the exercises, but I found a lot of flaws that I couldn’t look past and annoyed me, which made using it less enjoyable. Maybe if the app was free or less than $20/month I would have stuck with it!
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  • It’s good but needs improvement Apr 19, 2018

    By Reader rasa
    I got this app bc of all the buzz and great reviews! This app is very confusing, I’m very tech savvy I used to work with computers and cell phones so I’d say I know more about technology than the average person. When you first open the app it has all these sections ( post baby, flow resistance, power, etc....) I thought I had to do all of those as part of the program. When I first signed up I chose the BBG so I was so confused as to why all these other workouts were coming up! So I figured that out and then the workout program I chose is specifically for at home where you don’t need equipment . So when it’s telling me to jump rope I don’t have that and I’m in my house, and telling me I need a bench I can’t do those workouts either. And then I press for alternatives and all of those include the equipment I don’t have too. This is very frustrating so I have to do complete alternatives. Lastly, some of these workout don’t have easier options. I hurt my back recently and some of these exercises I can’t do yet and it gives no easier or back friendly alternatives. And sometimes this is the entire workout so it’s really a bummer. I mean even if you guys included a Pilates based program that would be great for the back. So on those days I go on the Fit Radio app which is an amazing alternative and have multiple different options so even if your hurt they still have a workout for you.
    more
  • Jan 21, 2021

    By Shannon K-Seguin
    Gets boring fast, from week to week the workouts get dull and don't change much they need to find some new moves within the workout program. Don't like the cardio thing if I wanted to go and workout on my own I wouldn't have paid for this app
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  • Jan 14, 2021

    By katy monnin
    Disappointed that sessions are not with a real person. Just Avatar so no real instruction while you are doing your workout. Update: the app is so not user friendly and not intuitive at all. I change my rating to 1/5. Would never recommend.
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  • Jan 22, 2021

    By K B
    Awful app, not user friendly for someone trying to get into shape. Other apps are much easier to follow and make working out a lot more fun, would not recommend.
  • free trial isn’t free Jul 9, 2019

    By VEBN
    Dispute canceling in under 7 days I just discovered that I have been billed even though I rec’d confirmation in the app that I had cancelled the FREE trial - I even did it before because I realized I wasn’t able to find the time and couldn’t justify the monthly cost. I work. I have kids. I know with completely certainty that I canceled and got the app even telling me that it acknowledged my “free” trial was canceled - now I just discovered they have been charging me. Not only are they robbing budget I don’t have they are robbing me of time tracking down the refund. If you were proper you would make it a true FREE trail and ask for credit card info only after the trail period if someone willingly opts in and don’t cheat and trick!!!!! The customer service reply is that they can’t issue a refund because of the sneaky way they require you to opt in for auto renewal through the App Store. I canceled in app and it gave me with completely certianty the sense I had been canceled and wouldn’t be charged - after discovering I was charged they say they can’t refund. What they can do is issue a free trial and then have you opt in to pay - this is a total scam and they are thieves that created a very sneaky and unethical free trial. I can’t believe not only have they charged me I have to keep pushing for a refund. Customer service isn’t acknowledging how sneaky they are. I have 3 small children. They are robbing this budget from them.
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