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Home & Gym Personal Trainer: Workout Fitness Coach

Home & Gym Personal Trainer: Workout Fitness Coach

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The most advanced fitness platform ever. Intelligent, adaptive workout planning.

4.6 Ratings 2K+ Reviews 10K+ Downloads
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The most advanced fitness platform ever. Intelligent, adaptive workout planning.
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4.6
2.0K+ Ratings
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  • Great Concept, Faulty Delivery Jan 20, 2021

    By ErikDMoney
    I really like the idea of the app - using AÍ to develop a personalized training program designed to correct imbalances in your body. And the app appears to do a good job of finding those imbalances. Almost immediately, the algorithm detected I have weak shoulders and rotator cuff and correctly focused on those areas. However, the app seems to overly focus on those specific muscle groups. I get rotator cuff exercises almost every workout (which actually led to a small overuse injury), while chest, abs, and triceps are almost completely ignored. The app had me go almost two weeks without doing a single chest exercise. I’m worried that in the long term, this could actually cause muscle imbalances/injuries rather than reducing them. Now, I get that it wants me to focus on certain muscle groups - but that shouldn’t be at the exclusion of others. Even when I set the app to focus on chest and shoulders a certain day, it still only recommended one chest exercise. It doesn’t seem clear to me how the fitness tests translate into the recommended workouts. The app could do with better explainability - there should be more details on why it chose the exercises it did. And it should attempt to give more well-rounded workouts. If those issues were fixed, I think it would be pretty great. The interface is also extremely clunky, but that’s not a huge concern for me.
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  • Dec 25, 2020

    By ali iranidoost
    the app looks good and seems professional, I'll see how it's gonna workout
  • Generally satisfied but some things could be improved Jun 2, 2020

    By oreganobag
    I like that it gives me a variety of exercises I wouldn’t normally think of on my own. The videos are all helpful, but it would be nice if instead of the static image that shows on the workout screen, it showed the video without having to go into the exercise info page and hit play. I find myself doing that a lot with exercises I am not familiar with. Cons are sometimes it gives really bad programs for the day. Today it tried to give me 5 different variations of pull ups and chin ups. When I maxed out on the second variation, it changed the variation to the kind I had already done and struggled with before. It seems to overemphasize hitting one body part per day, when it should really spread things out more when someone is working out everyday to not exhaust that one muscle. Also, I tell the app to give me about 60 minutes of programming a day, but I probably need to cut that down to 45 minutes or less because it vastly underestimates the amount of time it things take. My “60” minute workouts take 1.5 - 2 hours per day. 5-10 minutes of stretching, 60+ minutes of resistance training, then 30 minutes of cardio and more stretching. If these kinks can get sorted, I think it’d be worth 5 stars.
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  • Could be great but algorithm a bit off Dec 30, 2019

    By BetUrTweetAzz
    First off I love this app. Getting back in the gym was daunting for me. I’ve always hated it because I didn’t know what to do once I got there and can’t afford a personal trainer. This app originally fit that need. However it’s been almost a month now and I’ve only worked on upper body exercises. I’ve completed the fit tests that have come up but I’ve done ZERO leg exercises. I changed my tailoring to primarily core and lower body focus but it still only workout arms, chest and back. Based on my activity level it adds 30 mins of walking at the end of my workouts but still there’s no exercises focused on lower body movements. Oh! And the nutrition portion of the app is horrible. Scratch it and start over. It’s super confusing and doesn’t make sense to me at all. I’ve paid for the annual subscription but I’m really starting to regret it.
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  • Best fitness app - my whole family uses it! May 2, 2020

    By Rachel Kelly
    I love this app and have been using it for a few years, as well as my step mom and dad. It works great for us, even though we all have different fitness goals and different age/gender/size, this app uses its algorithms to generate an acceptable workout for each one of us. It also has a built in system that asks how you feel after each set to see if you need to work harder/easier. There’s also fitness tests you can do to see where your abilities are at. It has everything I could ask for. The food section of the app is something that I don’t use so I am not familiar with it. However, the workout part is amazing.
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  • Nov 15, 2020

    By Joel Dresner
    Latest update doesn't allow me to log in anymore.
  • Dec 2, 2020

    By n Azizi
    It says it is test!!!. What is advertisement?????? I Don't this way😡😡😡
  • Dec 21, 2020

    By S.N. Haribabu
    Waste of time where is zero star
  • Dec 1, 2020

    By Fraol
    It doesn't work at all
  • Lacking Jan 9, 2019

    By schexter85
    Aside from the nutrition portion of the app that I could not figure out how to use, this app is put together in a somewhat easy to use fashion. That being said, in regards to the claim of being a pocket personal trainer, it is lacking. The idea of having people take a fitness test and then the app adapting the workouts according to the answers is a great idea. After playing around with app for a couple weeks, it seemed to always randomly pick exercise with no regard to either the seeds of the fitness test answers or the clever biometric tracking—which would be great for avoiding overtraining muscle groups. The app had me doing the same workouts on consecutive days at times for no reason at all. Ultimately, none of those unique features appeared to work correctly. After the app made me take my fitness tests and It said I failed on everything, it generated the same workout for me when I reported that I passed the fitness teats. I ended up doing my own research and changing workouts myself, rather than being able to trust any sort of comprehensive progression path that the app laid out due to the app’s randomness. There are complete free apps that do the same thing as this app in the areas that seem to actually be useful. So even though I wanted to love this app and trust it would be worth paying for, sadly it isnt.
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  • Dec 25, 2020

    By ali iranidoost
    the app looks good and seems professional, I'll see how it's gonna workout
  • Best fitness app - my whole family uses it! May 2, 2020

    By Rachel Kelly
    I love this app and have been using it for a few years, as well as my step mom and dad. It works great for us, even though we all have different fitness goals and different age/gender/size, this app uses its algorithms to generate an acceptable workout for each one of us. It also has a built in system that asks how you feel after each set to see if you need to work harder/easier. There’s also fitness tests you can do to see where your abilities are at. It has everything I could ask for. The food section of the app is something that I don’t use so I am not familiar with it. However, the workout part is amazing.
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  • BodBot App Mar 14, 2019

    By Kalei519
    I loveeeeeee this app!!!! I have been wanting to get back into the gym and this app helped me with exactly that. It bases workout routines around your fitness level and your experience. It does a schedule for you and plans the workout to optimize whatever you are wanting to focus on whether that is fat loss, health benefits, or muscle gain. It has it all!!! Honestly I have never left a review for anything before in my life but this app is really worth trying! I am obsessed with it. The information transfers to your health app to so you track everything. I would highly recommend this app for anyone wanting to get into working out at home at at the gym!!! ❤️❤️❤️
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  • My Most Used App Dec 3, 2017

    By misfitmissfit
    So I’ve only been using BodBot for a few weeks now, but it has easily become my most-used app of all time. I was diagnosed with depression a while back and they tried to put me on medication but instead, I desperately wanted to try working out and a healthier lifestyle. However, I didn’t know how to workout, which exercises to do, or how many. BodBot has made me feel much more confident going to the gym and I am already seeing results. I personally combine the free version of the app with another free app for calorie tracking for optimum weight loss.:) I always recommend BodBot!!
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  • Love this app but it hasn’t been working Jun 19, 2018

    By Pairlee
    Edited to write that my former problem with the app has been resolved and the team reached out directly to me. So now I’m in love with the adaptive exercises and the customer service! This has great, adaptive exercises but there must be a recent bug because for the past week it has barely worked. My exercises won’t load. I have tried deleting and redownloading the app multiple times and it doesn’t help. I will update my review to reflect a better score when this is resolved!
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  • Generally satisfied but some things could be improved Jun 2, 2020

    By oreganobag
    I like that it gives me a variety of exercises I wouldn’t normally think of on my own. The videos are all helpful, but it would be nice if instead of the static image that shows on the workout screen, it showed the video without having to go into the exercise info page and hit play. I find myself doing that a lot with exercises I am not familiar with. Cons are sometimes it gives really bad programs for the day. Today it tried to give me 5 different variations of pull ups and chin ups. When I maxed out on the second variation, it changed the variation to the kind I had already done and struggled with before. It seems to overemphasize hitting one body part per day, when it should really spread things out more when someone is working out everyday to not exhaust that one muscle. Also, I tell the app to give me about 60 minutes of programming a day, but I probably need to cut that down to 45 minutes or less because it vastly underestimates the amount of time it things take. My “60” minute workouts take 1.5 - 2 hours per day. 5-10 minutes of stretching, 60+ minutes of resistance training, then 30 minutes of cardio and more stretching. If these kinks can get sorted, I think it’d be worth 5 stars.
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  • Cardio Issues Resolved, Highly Recommended! Jul 7, 2020

    By sgmiller
    I love the idea of workouts based on fitness testing and that adapts to your progress. However, I had given up on this app because of a failure to assign regular cardio workouts but unbeknownst to me, an update had featured a scheduling option that allows you to pick specific days for cardio sessions and that seems to have resolved this issue. Therefore I am now pleased to recommend this app most highly as I find it to be unique but in how it personally designs workouts based on your particular body condition fitness and progress. So, for I award four stars and after using it for a while to see if the cardio issue is really resolved I will likely give it the final star at that point.
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  • Excellent concept, but needs refinement Dec 12, 2018

    By Gtello1013
    After using the app for a few weeks now, I'm seeing that in my workout sessions, some exercises disappear mid-session. It wasn't until I forced closed the app and restarted it that I realized that I had 4 missed exercises for that one day. Other little glitches like the home/gym icon on the top of the workout session also disappears. When creating a custom food...even after inputting all the nutritional values, the"add" button doesn't do anything. I'm hoping these bugs will be fixed in future updates. Some "good to have" features would be a barcode camera scanner to easily add foods not already in the food database.
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  • Needs a Review Feature Nov 7, 2019

    By Taylor1021
    Overall, love the app. It’s super adaptable and works great for someone who likes to keep trying different types of workouts. However, I think a review feature at the end of the workout would really push this app over the top. If the app asked you, at the end of the workout, what you liked, what you didn’t like, what you would change (I.e. less cool down exercises, more focus on chest exercises, etc.) and adapted accordingly, that’d be perfect. Otherwise, I really enjoy the app and encourage everyone to try it.
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  • Great App May 8, 2018

    By Manuel986
    I love the approaches that the app has doing movements before workouts and fitness test to Taylor made the routines. I’ve been enjoying it a lot and the fact that I don’t have to think about my workouts it’s great. I just go to the gym and get started. I would recommend the developers to improve the workout history function. I do pyramid up and down and the usual 3x12 approach and in the app I can’t see the history ( there is an average but it hat is not useful for me). Other than that, great app
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  • Great Concept, Faulty Delivery Jan 20, 2021

    By ErikDMoney
    I really like the idea of the app - using AÍ to develop a personalized training program designed to correct imbalances in your body. And the app appears to do a good job of finding those imbalances. Almost immediately, the algorithm detected I have weak shoulders and rotator cuff and correctly focused on those areas. However, the app seems to overly focus on those specific muscle groups. I get rotator cuff exercises almost every workout (which actually led to a small overuse injury), while chest, abs, and triceps are almost completely ignored. The app had me go almost two weeks without doing a single chest exercise. I’m worried that in the long term, this could actually cause muscle imbalances/injuries rather than reducing them. Now, I get that it wants me to focus on certain muscle groups - but that shouldn’t be at the exclusion of others. Even when I set the app to focus on chest and shoulders a certain day, it still only recommended one chest exercise. It doesn’t seem clear to me how the fitness tests translate into the recommended workouts. The app could do with better explainability - there should be more details on why it chose the exercises it did. And it should attempt to give more well-rounded workouts. If those issues were fixed, I think it would be pretty great. The interface is also extremely clunky, but that’s not a huge concern for me.
    more
  • Could be great but algorithm a bit off Dec 30, 2019

    By BetUrTweetAzz
    First off I love this app. Getting back in the gym was daunting for me. I’ve always hated it because I didn’t know what to do once I got there and can’t afford a personal trainer. This app originally fit that need. However it’s been almost a month now and I’ve only worked on upper body exercises. I’ve completed the fit tests that have come up but I’ve done ZERO leg exercises. I changed my tailoring to primarily core and lower body focus but it still only workout arms, chest and back. Based on my activity level it adds 30 mins of walking at the end of my workouts but still there’s no exercises focused on lower body movements. Oh! And the nutrition portion of the app is horrible. Scratch it and start over. It’s super confusing and doesn’t make sense to me at all. I’ve paid for the annual subscription but I’m really starting to regret it.
    more
  • Where’s my cardio? Jan 20, 2020

    By Ktootie
    I’d love to give this app 5 stars, but for the life of me I can’t figure out their approach to cardio. I’ve tried selecting just about every “goal” available, to no avail. I might get one run a week if I’m lucky, and that’s “sprints.” I’ve tried emailing and received no response at all. There is an “endurance running” goal, but that really isn’t what I’m trying to achieve. Seems very odd to me that a “lose fat” or “lose fat and gain muscle” or even a “cross training” goal would not include cardio. The app also doesn’t seem to be registering information from my Apple health app and is not able to connect with my Garmin watch. On the other hand, the actual exercise routine and the way the app helps you by increasing reps or weight based on your reporting of how hard a set was is great. Want to love it, but, where’s my cardio?
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  • Pretty good Oct 31, 2019

    By finddominic
    This is the third personal trainer app I’ve tried after hating the first two (Shred and Workout). I like that the workout adjust based on how hard sets are. Seems very promising but two issues. First I can’t stop a workout early and time makes that happen some days. I just closed the app out so I hope it saves what I did. The app needs a finish button for days you don’t get to the end. Second, I don’t like the images of people working out in the underwear on my screen, especially when others can see it. Why couldn’t the models have clothes on, it’s just weird. Will update as I learn more. Final tally, uninstalled, puts cardio in the work out and won't mark workout complete without it. My cardio is separate from weights. Overall good idea with a few deal breaker poor executions.
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  • Great concept, but needs work Jan 17, 2020

    By CMC_Orange
    I love the idea of this app, I have been looking for an app that will push me in both reps and weight while being dynamic to how each workout effects me. However, the app itself is a little rough around the edges. I would change a few things in the work out based on gym available equipment and then something would happen and it would all reset. I also would like it to be able to talk to you so you know how much is left on time for an activity or when your rest time is over.
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  • Nov 15, 2020

    By Joel Dresner
    Latest update doesn't allow me to log in anymore.
  • Lacking Jan 9, 2019

    By schexter85
    Aside from the nutrition portion of the app that I could not figure out how to use, this app is put together in a somewhat easy to use fashion. That being said, in regards to the claim of being a pocket personal trainer, it is lacking. The idea of having people take a fitness test and then the app adapting the workouts according to the answers is a great idea. After playing around with app for a couple weeks, it seemed to always randomly pick exercise with no regard to either the seeds of the fitness test answers or the clever biometric tracking—which would be great for avoiding overtraining muscle groups. The app had me doing the same workouts on consecutive days at times for no reason at all. Ultimately, none of those unique features appeared to work correctly. After the app made me take my fitness tests and It said I failed on everything, it generated the same workout for me when I reported that I passed the fitness teats. I ended up doing my own research and changing workouts myself, rather than being able to trust any sort of comprehensive progression path that the app laid out due to the app’s randomness. There are complete free apps that do the same thing as this app in the areas that seem to actually be useful. So even though I wanted to love this app and trust it would be worth paying for, sadly it isnt.
    more
  • App attempts to assassinate you May 19, 2020

    By Hrhsdrynsdhefb
    I was really excited about this app! However, there are 3 major issues: 1, The nutrition portion of the app is very wonky. 2, The interface of the whole app acts more like a beta version rather than a finished product. It isn’t user friendly at all. 3, The exercises try to break you physically. Even after you say it was too hard, it keeps giving you workouts that, with the slightest error, will snap you in two and render you useless the rest of the day.
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  • Great App, Syncs well, Functionally Clunky Jun 4, 2020

    By GoldenInk
    It’s a bit clunky if your scheduling your own work out. Like if you want to change the order instead of dragging the schedule around you have to go in and delete it and re-enter everything. If you want to change the timing/reps you’d have to go I delete that sat, go in again and delete and it’s a bit of a tedious process. The app has some great features, the videos are helpful, and is otherwise a great workout tracker.
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  • Warning! Does not have asymmetric training Jun 18, 2019

    By PM shift nurse
    I just bought this app and had to pay to get the option to tailor for training only certain muscles. I do not have use of my left arm. I tried to select for this, and it is not an option. You can either train both arms, or train no arms. I specifically got this app since I read it was very customizable. Too bad I had to pay to find out it does not accommodate my needs.
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  • Dec 2, 2020

    By n Azizi
    It says it is test!!!. What is advertisement?????? I Don't this way😡😡😡
  • Dec 21, 2020

    By S.N. Haribabu
    Waste of time where is zero star
  • Dec 1, 2020

    By Fraol
    It doesn't work at all
  • Dec 6, 2020

    By Ahmed Sameer Shah
    Fake
  • Nov 25, 2020

    By icycrown
    Bad

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