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Nike Training Club: Fitness

Nike Training Club: Fitness

Nike, Inc.

Expert Tips & Workout Programs for All Levels - Nutrition, Strength, Yoga & More

4.6 Ratings 608K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads

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  • img Community
    Whether you're 80 or just turned 60, the need to keep fit and live a healthy lifestyle can't be overemphasized enough. Join the Training Club to access over 100 trainer-certified workouts for you. You'll also customize your workouts based on your fitness level and available fitness equipment.
    img by Steve
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    If you don't want to spend money on an expensive personal trainer but you need guidance on how to lose that stubborn belly fat, check this out. With over 160 free workouts and personalized training program, you could be shedding in no time.
    img by Dylan
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Knee surgery is a major procedure and recovery can be quite slow. During this time, you will have to commit to a very gentle exercise regime. Nike Training Club will have you covered and is well suited for those over 65.
    img by Stefan
    9 months ago
  • img Community
    This app has well over 180 different routines developed by leading trainers, and all of them include effective and dynamic warm-ups, so you can ensure you're starting your workouts properly.
    img by George
    7 months ago
  • img Community
    Sticking to physical therapy can make an enormous difference when it comes to your recovery. Picking the right sort of exercise, however, does require guidance. This app offers ideas for every level of fitness - including those over 70, and people recovering after hip replacement surgery.
    img by Stefan
    6 months ago
  • img Community
    There's a huge range of workouts and classes on the app and you can set the length of them, for example a quick 20 minute cardio blast or a longer 60 minute strength session.
    img by Antonio
    5 months ago
  • img Expert
    1. Workout wherever you are with absolutely no additional equipment required! Enjoy personalized workout selections that fit your style and schedule
    2. Pick your experience level and get started with workouts for beginner, intermediate, or advanced exercisers
    3. Does playing sports with friends get in the way of your workout routine? Count all minutes you are active toward your daily exercise

    Reviewed by Katelyn on March 16, 2018

  • Good company, great app Jul 8, 2020

    By AAC416
    I started using this app consistently when COVID hit and I no longer had gym access. They made their premium content free, which made me all the more inclined to stick with it. Their premium content alone has saved my health and fitness routine, without it I would not have found a program to consistently stick to. But all the while I have been anxious for the day they would take their free premium content back and make it a paid subscription again. To find out today that they will keep their premium content free indefinitely was a huge sigh of relief, and an even stronger motivator to stay committed. Now, I can visualize my fitness future. I greatly value a company that proves their ethos with action and not just lip speak. Thank you Nike for making it so easy for your community to stay healthy and committed! As for the workouts, they cannot make it any easier. You can filter my body part, workout type, instructor, workout length, equipment vs no equipment. You can save favorites (one suggestion to Nike would be allow us to create separate folders to save favorites to). You just hit play and the (mental) work is done for you. Its the best. I’ve tried other competitive workout apps as well and nothing quite compares.
  • Dec 1, 2021

    By kutloano skosana
    Mostly enjoyable. Love the workouts. Especially the yoga collection...but the app crashes whenever I try to open it the second time on the same day. ☹️
  • Nov 19, 2021

    By Tollhouse Connie
    So customizable! The browse option lets me sort and find exactly the type of workout i need day to day. Tons of options and variety.
  • Good company, great app Jul 8, 2020

    By AAC416
    I started using this app consistently when COVID hit and I no longer had gym access. They made their premium content free, which made me all the more inclined to stick with it. Their premium content alone has saved my health and fitness routine, without it I would not have found a program to consistently stick to. But all the while I have been anxious for the day they would take their free premium content back and make it a paid subscription again. To find out today that they will keep their premium content free indefinitely was a huge sigh of relief, and an even stronger motivator to stay committed. Now, I can visualize my fitness future. I greatly value a company that proves their ethos with action and not just lip speak. Thank you Nike for making it so easy for your community to stay healthy and committed! As for the workouts, they cannot make it any easier. You can filter my body part, workout type, instructor, workout length, equipment vs no equipment. You can save favorites (one suggestion to Nike would be allow us to create separate folders to save favorites to). You just hit play and the (mental) work is done for you. Its the best. I’ve tried other competitive workout apps as well and nothing quite compares.
  • Dec 1, 2021

    By kutloano skosana
    Mostly enjoyable. Love the workouts. Especially the yoga collection...but the app crashes whenever I try to open it the second time on the same day. ☹️
  • Nov 19, 2021

    By Tollhouse Connie
    So customizable! The browse option lets me sort and find exactly the type of workout i need day to day. Tons of options and variety.
  • Accessible fitness from every angle Aug 10, 2020

    By ophelian
    I have always struggled to stay motivated to stick with strength training, favoring cardio exercise. Nike Training Club has given me every tool I need to succeed in becoming more consistent - the ability to filter by workout type, body part, duration of workout, and equipment (or lack thereof) makes it easy to squeeze in a quick 10 minute core workout before bed on the days I procrastinate as well as inspire me to push harder with a range of advanced options on my more ambitious days. I especially love the focus on time exercise is performed rather than reps - this has been an absolute game changer for me as I would always rush reps to be done and now I am more inclined to complete fewer reps with good form since the time limit will move me through at a reasonable pace regardless. I also want to commend Nike for making their Premium content free “for good,” due to the pandemic. It feels so great to know that unlike other offers that are set to expire, I can count on this program being a part of my health plan for the foreseeable future - my kids will be so excited to try the “Fitness Adventure” programs!
  • Nov 14, 2021

    By Luis Alfonso Maeda Núñez
    Excellent workouts. I am doing the breakthrough challenge program and it is very intensive. It really is helping me improve endurance and weight loss. The only complaint is that the videos are not buffered with enough time, so if you're in a poor wifi location like my gym, the video keeps pausing to buffer, which is really annoying especially when the workout is time based and the video is paused half way. An option like offline play or better buffering would be a great feature.
  • Great travel app Mar 30, 2020

    By iTif
    I started using this app a good 8 years ago, using it here and there over the years. I feel like the older version made it easier to find your usual workouts, and had better workouts. In the current version (using it a lot these days, since we are all on social lockdown), there is not a spot to find all your downloaded workouts- if you want to easily find them, you have to bookmark AND download them. My other gripe is that it only will let you use Apple Music to play along. Having other streaming services implemented seems like a given. Finally, “equipment.” While you can search workouts based on “basic,” “no,” and “full” equipment, it would be great if I could search based on which equipment I have. While I may not have a bench, I do have other pieces that fall into the full category. Currently, you have to go into each workout to see what equipment is needed, and it’s a bit tedious. A little off tangent, but I would love it if each workout had an “info” button of sorts, featuring the apparel / shoes worn in the workout. I understand a lot of the workouts were recorded a while ago, but knowing what type of shoes the model was wearing would be helpful. Generally, there’s an updated version that comes close (basically, Nike, there’s a pair worn that i would love to have!😉).
  • Nov 3, 2021

    By Seaworthy Outreach & Charters
    This free app and variety of workout programs help motivate and keep me accountable, especially in world of pandemic and lockdowns. Feeling more fit and healthy than a year ago at age 50! Great way to set fitness goals. Even use Nike Running app sometimes with coaches talking you through jogs. Excellent meal tips too. Thank you, Nike! Please don't leave me!
  • Never paying for a different fitness program Jul 9, 2020

    By Vamoc
    I cannot sing enough praises for NTC! I have tried following workouts from Instagram, I have even paid for workout programs advertised on said platform, and nothing has been more easy to stick to than NTC. I downloaded the NTC app at the end of April when I sensed gyms would not be opening any time soon due to COVID-19. I have been working my way up through the NTC programs, starting with Betina Gozo‘s beginner program. I am now on my 3rd NTC program and I am so thrilled with the progress I have made. I love how the programs focus on form and mobility in each workout. I used to always get injured when working out again and I have managed to progress injury-free thanks to the app’s well planned sequences. I also appreciate that the program will often squeeze in a slightly less intense workout after a very strenuous workout. It makes it so much easier to stay consistent and see progress. I am thrilled by how much my endurance and strength have improved in the past 3 months and I am looking forward to Nike launching more programs!
  • Oct 4, 2021

    By thathooligangirl77
    I really really love this app. But there's two problems. For some reason now I'm not able to chromecast the workouts to my TV. Chromecast will be one through the app and the waiting screen is on my TV but the workouts still play through my phone. Also, I'm in a program and one of the workouts won't register as completed no matter how many times I play it. I didn't have any problems with the app until about a week ago so I'm thinking that a recent update messed something up.
  • Oct 9, 2021

    By Jermaine Rolle
    Great app for at home fitness enthusiasts! The workouts are quality and give you a good sweat! I appreciate the programs as well! They are designed for progression and constantly challenge you. Another good feature is the browse option for single workouts. This is good if you want to switch up your regular routine or need a change of pace. I've tried other fitness apps, bit always come back to Nike Training.
  • Nov 10, 2021

    By P C
    Nothing about adding your own music works. Spotify doesn't show up and I even purchased premium to use it with this app. It says you can use your own music library, but that doesn't work either. The only other options are loud annoying trainer voices or complete silence. Would consider if it had a chime option or something. The entire apartment building doesn't need to know which exercises I'm doing.
  • BRING BACK FREE PLANS Sep 9, 2019

    By Hiffddchhh
    I fell in love with this app when I first started using it. It was helpful to see the plan laid out in front of me. I also really enjoyed the feature where if a workout one day was too easy for me they would up the intensity next week. Unfortunately, I took a break from working out after experiencing the worst break up. It was only supposed to last a week but then it turned into months. When I finally felt ready to workout again I logged into my app to see that things have changed. I was freaking out. I have now been on a search for a similar app that is also free but I can’t find one. Because I have so much trouble trying to put a workout together because there is way to much information out there, I have yet to workout anywhere close to the way I used to. And my consistency is lacking. I can’t tell you how many people I recommended to get this app. Now I will have to tell people I have stopped using it because they don’t have this feature anymore. UPDATE: so when I had first logged into my app it said you guys would not be offering this feature anymore. Now it is a premium feature, which upsets me even more. Nike makes so much money as a company. You want me to pay $15 per month for a feature that used to be free. Nike promotes fitness but when it comes to money they don’t mind taking away features and making things less accessible to others. I AM SO THROUGH WITH SUPPORTING NIKE.
  • This used to be the best app ever made but... Jan 10, 2019

    By CRE480
    I’ve been using this app for many years and it was the perfect training companion. There were some minor hiccups in the past (some interferences with Apple Music app while exercising or sometimes the training would freeze if you were mirroring it on a tv..) but it was by far the best app ever developed. Sadly developers decided to remove the planning feature which was the huge plus over all the others apps. The app was able to support the definition of a specific training and support the weekly schedule, adjusting based on participation and feedback. I can’t tell if the app was really able to adjust the training over time, but it definitely provided the feeling of being followed and supported during sessions. Especially for those (like me) that have little time for training and want a product that is doing all the preparation, improving efficiency. Even if this app contains a lot of outstanding material, I’m giving it just one star because without the plan feature this is just a average confusing app, that makes it even harder to identify how to exercise in the little available time. Defining what to do is just a nightmare. BRING THE PLAN FEATURE BACK..I’m going to stop using it for now and transition to a easier app..for the first time in many years I even bought a pair of shoes from a different brand since Nike is not my favorite brand anymore...
  • Plan removal (2020, quarantine era)! May 4, 2020

    By nike-works
    I have been struggling to find out how to workout without the plans and with all these updated workouts. Let alone the quarantine and struggles to go out, It’s a major struggle for me to know what to do, in what order. Once I have seen this change I panicked cause I need the plans to self account me for my workouts. It’s very hard and I have been inconsistent with my works outs ever since the removal of the plans. The plans helped me build goals and confidence, it made me feel set for the next days workout. The removals of the plan just crashed my esteem to work out. My family members and I would really use the plans to stay consistent and ready for the next day. We are in quarantine now 2020 Coronavirus era, we are all staying home lazy and unbearable. We should revive the plans section about now. It would be majorly helpful. Please may you guys bring back the plans and help me get back up of my feet to get myself health and fit. It’s been a year since this change and I have hated it ever since it appeared on my phone. We all need this CHANGE and we need it ASAP! WHY IS THIS APP NOW ACTUNG LIKE THE OTHERS?!?!?! PLEASE BRING BACK THE FREE PLANSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MAKE SURE TO SEND AN UPDATE TO ALL OUR PHONES LETTING US KNOWS FREE PLANS ARE BACK. Thanks for listening! #BringBackPlans!
  • Premium service is 1 bound forward 2 bounds back May 24, 2019

    By Leoport
    The premium service is disappointing. The workout formats are a regression from the current “free” format. The whiteboard format is particularly bad. The burden of pacing, timing, and tracking is placed on the user. There is no watch integration. The “free“ workouts that are available seem to be more featured with ongoing instructions, motivation, time tracking + progress updates, and watch integration with haptic nudging so the user can concentrate on form and mental strength (instead of a clock). While the “class” format is interesting + interactive, there can be a lot of waiting and instruction upfront and throughout making the work out feel slow and sometimes non-energetic—plus no vitals information (no heart rate or calories) and no watch integration. Honestly I would rather pay the premium price to bring back the plans that were removed a while back. Please hint to me I’m wrong, or to stay tuned for updates to the service. I was a huge NTC user but i don’t think I’m going to make it past the free trial. I’m really happy that the previous feature set is still available—but I do think those workouts are getting pretty stale. Bring back plans please.
  • Sep 19, 2021

    By Alex Hisey
    Giving it one star because it does have the content. 2 stars because it does have workout routines. however The workout programs are really cenetered around those who have access to gym equipment. kind of contradictory when a lot of their commercials are people doing lunges, running, sprints, high jump, long jump, and all sorts of bodyweight exercise.
  • Unsubscribe Jun 10, 2019

    By chaserll11
    “Premium” workouts left me feeling lost, frustrated, and negative about wanting to go back to the gym. This app was the reason I finally started working out, and the free content is still great, but the “premium” content is the epitome of what I hate about gyms in general - if you don’t already know what you’re doing or have a personal trainer with you, you just feel like an outsider with no chance of accomplishing anything. Even more frustrating, and more devastating to the entire experience, the app now has a 90% failure rate on my Watch where it either won’t track the workout at all, or even worse it gets stuck in some kind of error loop where in addition to not tracking the workout, the app forces the HR tracker to stay on uncommanded, even after uninstalling the app from the Watch and forcing it to reboot, meaning it has to be commanded from the phone app!! Until this gets fixed, NTC is coming off my phone. This app was my muse, it got me working out when nothing else did, and I’m sad to see it go because it worked so well for me. But between feeling excluded by the new premium content, and the infuriating experience on my Nike+ Watch, I’ll feel even worse trying to use it.
  • Nov 3, 2021

    By Lesley Schneider
    Many workouts to choose from! Love it from this aspect. However, app is not great. Filters don't work since last update. It'd be great to be able to search/filter my saved workouts as well.
  • Nov 7, 2021

    By Mistmix
    I CAN'T LOG IN. Every time I attempt to log in, it sends me back to the flash page (nice video background btw) I have a Google Pixel 6.
  • Bring plans back! Feb 16, 2019

    By pissed2019
    I’ve been using this app to since 2014 and mainly for the Plans! I never leave reviews but I have to say, Nike has downgraded this app! I just completed the 6 weeks collection program and was HIGHLY annoyed that whoever created this new feature didn’t have enough sense to even mark off the workouts or weeks! It look like Nike just throw these workouts on the app. The Plans tracked my weeks and days for me and seeing the green check next to the workout was both rewarding and motivating! Not only did the Plans include mobility workouts, it forced/help me to get into yoga. Now in the Collection it’s an option that I have to remember to scroll down and look for while remembering what week I’m on because Nike took that feature off! And I can’t believe someone didn’t think to check these workouts off or to label the weeks. That is the most annoying thing about the new Collection! Nike, please make the Plans available again and let your users choose between the Plans or Collections. Taking the Plans completely off was a bad move! *****BRING THE PLANS BACK NIKE******
  • img Community
    Whether you're 80 or just turned 60, the need to keep fit and live a healthy lifestyle can't be overemphasized enough. Join the Training Club to access over 100 trainer-certified workouts for you. You'll also customize your workouts based on your fitness level and available fitness equipment.
    img by Steve
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    If you don't want to spend money on an expensive personal trainer but you need guidance on how to lose that stubborn belly fat, check this out. With over 160 free workouts and personalized training program, you could be shedding in no time.
    img by Dylan
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Knee surgery is a major procedure and recovery can be quite slow. During this time, you will have to commit to a very gentle exercise regime. Nike Training Club will have you covered and is well suited for those over 65.
    img by Stefan
    9 months ago
  • img Community
    This app has well over 180 different routines developed by leading trainers, and all of them include effective and dynamic warm-ups, so you can ensure you're starting your workouts properly.
    img by George
    7 months ago
  • img Community
    Sticking to physical therapy can make an enormous difference when it comes to your recovery. Picking the right sort of exercise, however, does require guidance. This app offers ideas for every level of fitness - including those over 70, and people recovering after hip replacement surgery.
    img by Stefan
    6 months ago
  • img Community
    There's a huge range of workouts and classes on the app and you can set the length of them, for example a quick 20 minute cardio blast or a longer 60 minute strength session.
    img by Antonio
    5 months ago
  • img Expert
    1. Workout wherever you are with absolutely no additional equipment required! Enjoy personalized workout selections that fit your style and schedule
    2. Pick your experience level and get started with workouts for beginner, intermediate, or advanced exercisers
    3. Does playing sports with friends get in the way of your workout routine? Count all minutes you are active toward your daily exercise

    Reviewed by Katelyn on March 16, 2018

  • Good company, great app Jul 8, 2020

    By AAC416
    I started using this app consistently when COVID hit and I no longer had gym access. They made their premium content free, which made me all the more inclined to stick with it. Their premium content alone has saved my health and fitness routine, without it I would not have found a program to consistently stick to. But all the while I have been anxious for the day they would take their free premium content back and make it a paid subscription again. To find out today that they will keep their premium content free indefinitely was a huge sigh of relief, and an even stronger motivator to stay committed. Now, I can visualize my fitness future. I greatly value a company that proves their ethos with action and not just lip speak. Thank you Nike for making it so easy for your community to stay healthy and committed! As for the workouts, they cannot make it any easier. You can filter my body part, workout type, instructor, workout length, equipment vs no equipment. You can save favorites (one suggestion to Nike would be allow us to create separate folders to save favorites to). You just hit play and the (mental) work is done for you. Its the best. I’ve tried other competitive workout apps as well and nothing quite compares.
  • Nov 19, 2021

    By Tollhouse Connie
    So customizable! The browse option lets me sort and find exactly the type of workout i need day to day. Tons of options and variety.
  • Accessible fitness from every angle Aug 10, 2020

    By ophelian
    I have always struggled to stay motivated to stick with strength training, favoring cardio exercise. Nike Training Club has given me every tool I need to succeed in becoming more consistent - the ability to filter by workout type, body part, duration of workout, and equipment (or lack thereof) makes it easy to squeeze in a quick 10 minute core workout before bed on the days I procrastinate as well as inspire me to push harder with a range of advanced options on my more ambitious days. I especially love the focus on time exercise is performed rather than reps - this has been an absolute game changer for me as I would always rush reps to be done and now I am more inclined to complete fewer reps with good form since the time limit will move me through at a reasonable pace regardless. I also want to commend Nike for making their Premium content free “for good,” due to the pandemic. It feels so great to know that unlike other offers that are set to expire, I can count on this program being a part of my health plan for the foreseeable future - my kids will be so excited to try the “Fitness Adventure” programs!
  • Nov 3, 2021

    By Seaworthy Outreach & Charters
    This free app and variety of workout programs help motivate and keep me accountable, especially in world of pandemic and lockdowns. Feeling more fit and healthy than a year ago at age 50! Great way to set fitness goals. Even use Nike Running app sometimes with coaches talking you through jogs. Excellent meal tips too. Thank you, Nike! Please don't leave me!
  • Never paying for a different fitness program Jul 9, 2020

    By Vamoc
    I cannot sing enough praises for NTC! I have tried following workouts from Instagram, I have even paid for workout programs advertised on said platform, and nothing has been more easy to stick to than NTC. I downloaded the NTC app at the end of April when I sensed gyms would not be opening any time soon due to COVID-19. I have been working my way up through the NTC programs, starting with Betina Gozo‘s beginner program. I am now on my 3rd NTC program and I am so thrilled with the progress I have made. I love how the programs focus on form and mobility in each workout. I used to always get injured when working out again and I have managed to progress injury-free thanks to the app’s well planned sequences. I also appreciate that the program will often squeeze in a slightly less intense workout after a very strenuous workout. It makes it so much easier to stay consistent and see progress. I am thrilled by how much my endurance and strength have improved in the past 3 months and I am looking forward to Nike launching more programs!
  • Oct 9, 2021

    By Jermaine Rolle
    Great app for at home fitness enthusiasts! The workouts are quality and give you a good sweat! I appreciate the programs as well! They are designed for progression and constantly challenge you. Another good feature is the browse option for single workouts. This is good if you want to switch up your regular routine or need a change of pace. I've tried other fitness apps, bit always come back to Nike Training.
  • Nov 28, 2021

    By Barbara Campbell
    I am having such nice time with the app and slowly getting to work on getting myself better in health and on my way to losing weight. I'm looking forward to seeing what I am going to do with the app.
  • Good app Feb 29, 2020

    By Noirebutterly91
    I kept putting off buying the premium version but I finally did and am thoroughly impressed. The workouts are way more intense and I definitely see better results now. I know people were upset about it not being free, but you’re getting a lot of programs at a discounted price in comparison to joining a gym where you’d be paying almost 400 for the year so you get your money’s worth. In addition they give nutritional information that complements the workouts that you’re doing. I’m surprised that people find that bothersome. All in all you’re getting your moneys worth for great sessions. I recommend that if you do get the premium version, get the year because you do save more than paying monthly. *Edit* It’s still good, however the app doesn’t properly track the amount of calories burned. So it’ll say I burned about 250 but once my workout is done it will say I only burned like 140 or even 45! Please fix this glitch. Ive learned that exited the app mid work out and continuously going to activity app tracks it properly but it’s still inconvenient as hell.
  • Nov 19, 2021

    By W Watts
    Would be great if app auto connected to calendar. Otherwise great app, thanks so much for offering it for free.
  • Exactly what I Wanted Aug 25, 2020

    By SFjehones
    I did some research on comparisons of fitness apps. I downloaded this during Covid so I was looking for something that would guide me through workouts at home without a ton of equipment. This app is great! Everything is sorted by difficulty and types of equipment you need. I’m currently enjoying premium for free due to covid so I have access to all workouts it seems. This app also lets you sign up for “programs” which gives you a schedule of workouts for several weeks or longer. They will include extra videos with diet tips or motivation tips. I hadn’t lifted in a while so chose a beginner program that could be done with or without weights. Awesome workouts and a great way to get back into fitness again. I absolutely love Betina Gozo’s classes/videos. I have tried a couple of yoga workouts and I’ve loved them so far. I do wish you could Cast the videos to the TV as sometimes I get tied up trying to position the screen and nail the movements at the same time. Great app, easy layout, delivered.
  • Nov 14, 2021

    By Luis Alfonso Maeda Núñez
    Excellent workouts. I am doing the breakthrough challenge program and it is very intensive. It really is helping me improve endurance and weight loss. The only complaint is that the videos are not buffered with enough time, so if you're in a poor wifi location like my gym, the video keeps pausing to buffer, which is really annoying especially when the workout is time based and the video is paused half way. An option like offline play or better buffering would be a great feature.
  • Oct 4, 2021

    By thathooligangirl77
    I really really love this app. But there's two problems. For some reason now I'm not able to chromecast the workouts to my TV. Chromecast will be one through the app and the waiting screen is on my TV but the workouts still play through my phone. Also, I'm in a program and one of the workouts won't register as completed no matter how many times I play it. I didn't have any problems with the app until about a week ago so I'm thinking that a recent update messed something up.
  • Oct 11, 2021

    By Wenonah Moore
    Good workout app, easy to use, but the casting feature only worked for me the first day and now has been broken for over a week, despite uninstalling and reinstalling the app, restarting the phone, and restarting the Chromecast. I hope the casting feature works again soon!
  • Good, but some “bugs” Apr 28, 2020

    By Seymole
    I love this app, I’ve been using the Bettina Gozo program, and am loving it and her. My only complaint is that I have a couple of times exited out of the app accidentally, and when I go back in to it, it wants me to start that days workout all over again. It seems any progress I had as far as calories burned (from my Apple Watch) is gone. I did this today, and had to fast forward the video back to where I was and pick up from where I was. Also, I went into the activity app and the workout did even register, which is slightly frustrating, from a tracking standpoint. Nike, this app is great, but please make it so that you can resume and not loose all of your data the moment you exit out mid workout! Update April 2020 Still using the app on a daily basis but it seems to be crashing a lot lately while browsing workouts. It’s a little frustrating to find a workout and then have the app crash and have to go and set the filters again to find it. Please fix!
  • Great workout library, but tons of app bugs Nov 9, 2018

    By pedritho31
    I’ve been a user of this app on and off again through the years and I keep coming back to it because it motivates me and pushes me to get a sweat in, without being intimidating like a personal trainer or finding workout buddies. But, recently I have started again and been wanting to get “wedding ready”; but every time I start a workout plan and I choose the six week plan, after completing three workouts of that plan, the plan disappears from the “my plan” section and I have to start the six week plan from scratch. Maybe Nike is finding a way to reset my start date and make me get more workouts in, like when a trainer says “one more rep” but they end up lying and start your set all over again? But it’s becoming frustrating and I might give up on sticking to a “plan” and just manually select a single workout when my little chubby heart desires. If the app stability and the bugs from the plans can get fixed, I would scream from the top of the Salesforce building about how great this app is.
  • Missing 8 month Streak - Workout Not Recorded Feb 10, 2021

    By Kelly Blackwell
    Just after I hit my 7 month streak in the NTC app, I had an accident. I managed to eek out one workout in January but the app hasn’t applied it to get my 8 month achievement. What gives? The weird part is that every other month lists the number of workouts in the feed. For example, February has “2 workouts” and shows the thumbnails for those two. But January conversely, has no written header showing the 1 workout; however, the thumbnail image of the workout is there. I’m going to be so upset if this screws me from getting my 1 year streak. Not having time stamps is also aggravating. I tried searching the requirements for achievements as well, and I was bombarded with information on the Nike RUN Club side but nothing for NTC. I love this app overall but the support and documentation are seriously lacking. Any help or feedback would be appreciated, especially since I can’t even reach anyone at Nike about it.
  • Love the app; one suggestion— Dec 26, 2019

    By H_G_
    I love this app for quick and dirty at-home workouts. However, it needs a “My Workouts” feature or something similar where you can save your favorite workouts, or a tab where you can go to see the workouts you’ve downloaded or just the ability to “favorite” workouts. Surprised they haven’t come up with this feature yet. It’d be a lot easier and less time consuming for me to find a workout to do if I could save them under a tab or even on different lists. I think it’d be great if you could create personalized workout lists, like “Workouts to try” or “Cardio”, or even if the app had those lists or features built in somehow. Maybe they have something like this in the Premium version that I don’t know about; if they did, it’d be incentive for me to buy it (if only it were a one-time fee and not one of those annoying monthly subscription fees...most of us are already paying for a gym).
  • Glitch? Jul 4, 2018

    By Lea_Reading
    I love this app a lot, but one day I accidentally deleted my plan, and then I logged out to see if my plan might come back, and all my workouts I did on that plan including extra ones and all my minutes were gone. ( I had 240 minuets of workouts ) instead the app now said that I started a new plan, did only 3 workouts, and completed it. In October of 2017. Not only did I not get the app then, I have never done that plan and those 3 workouts. I am very disappointed to see all my progress loss, and although I very much enjoy all the workouts and the style of the app, I hated to see all my activity be ‘ Thrown in the garbage’ I jus want to know if this is a glitch, and if you can some how reverse it. However this won’t stop me from using the app, I would even recommend it. The only thing I worry about is my experience happening to other people. Thanks if you read my review, and if you are on the brink of getting this app, you will in no way regret it :)
  • love this app, but it is becoming less and less appealing Feb 23, 2018

    By luanhappy
    I have been working out by following this app for a year. I love it. It has everything that I need and I want. I always recommend it to my friends and family. Please look into the following tiny problem to make it a even better one: 1. The alarm for switching sides is gone, and it is a big bug to me, since I would like to focus on my practice rather than the app screen. 2. The sync between different device and running+ sometimes does work well 3. I logged in my NTC, worked out for almost 4000 minutes, then I restored my IPad, AND everything is gone, Everything is gone! Now I feel like I never work out for those 4000 minutes. But I still love it, so I registered with a new ID and started again. I do wish I could get those 4000 minutes record back though. Thanks! I have to say I love the old version more, the new app changed everything all at once, I wish it had been changed gradually.
  • A great app, but has an Apple Watch issue Dec 30, 2018

    By rcadolfi
    This app has done more good for me than I could’ve ever expected. I’ve been able to start making a habit of exercising, and that’s something I’ve never had before. You’ve done a great job Nike. And yes, while I am a bit disappointed that plans were removed (and wouldn’t be against them coming back), collections do their job good enough. It doesn’t feel as personal, but I at least have to do a set amount of reps in collections, rather than as many as I can in a set time limit like I did with plans. My only issue is that I’ve noticed that my workouts aren’t fully tracked on my Apple Watch. Sure, they’re tracked fully in the app, but not in the Health app I have it connected to, nor my Cardiogram app. I’m not certain if it’s my fault, but I’ve noticed it happening over the past few workouts. I’ll check again after I workout tomorrow, and if it’s my fault I’ll give five stars. All in all, I highly recommend this app.
  • Dec 1, 2021

    By kutloano skosana
    Mostly enjoyable. Love the workouts. Especially the yoga collection...but the app crashes whenever I try to open it the second time on the same day. ☹️
  • Great travel app Mar 30, 2020

    By iTif
    I started using this app a good 8 years ago, using it here and there over the years. I feel like the older version made it easier to find your usual workouts, and had better workouts. In the current version (using it a lot these days, since we are all on social lockdown), there is not a spot to find all your downloaded workouts- if you want to easily find them, you have to bookmark AND download them. My other gripe is that it only will let you use Apple Music to play along. Having other streaming services implemented seems like a given. Finally, “equipment.” While you can search workouts based on “basic,” “no,” and “full” equipment, it would be great if I could search based on which equipment I have. While I may not have a bench, I do have other pieces that fall into the full category. Currently, you have to go into each workout to see what equipment is needed, and it’s a bit tedious. A little off tangent, but I would love it if each workout had an “info” button of sorts, featuring the apparel / shoes worn in the workout. I understand a lot of the workouts were recorded a while ago, but knowing what type of shoes the model was wearing would be helpful. Generally, there’s an updated version that comes close (basically, Nike, there’s a pair worn that i would love to have!😉).
  • Bring build my workout back! Dec 24, 2019

    By Lutie1103
    I’ve always gone to the gym but never really knew “how” to workout. I never really knew what muscle groups to do together and when to add in cardio. I felt like I was working out for hours at the gym with results taking what felt like forever! Then I stumbled upon this app and absolutely loved it! Not only were there videos of how to properly do each workout but there was a “build my plan” option where a workout plan was created for you! You’d simply answer questions based on your health and goals and boom a whole entire workout plan was right at your fingertips! I finally saw the results I had been looking for when working out and I owed it all to NTC! But then one dreadful day I went in to open the app to find that the best feature of this app, build my plan was GONE! I searched and searched and even tried replicating past workouts only to find myself sore and agitated. Nike, my question to you is WHY? Why take such a precious and greatly loved option away from loyal users? Isn’t your goal as a large corporation to help your customers be the best version of themselves? Please consider bringing it back! My workouts haven’t been the same since.
  • So much opportunity to make this App amazing Oct 29, 2017

    By mcaccavano
    Great App, but feels like there is so much more potential. Admittedly, I may represent a smaller user-base but I find myself wishing you had a library of exercises that I could pull from to create my own workouts, setting the respective timers and breaks, etc. Currently using an App called SecondsPro that allows me (and the group I work out with) to build our own workouts, but it's all manual and there is no audio or video helping explain or show proper form. Also, the interface is terrible, it would be so easy to design a really simple, intuitive UI that allows me to select the exercises I want from a library, tagged properly (muscle-group, etc) and quickly generate new workouts. You (Nike) would be controlling the audio and video so you can still brand it accordingly and help reinforce the amazing Nike brand. You could also consider other sponsors or advertisers and introduce them in tactful ways and people would still use the App so much more. That's my 2 cents, happy to talk more if you're interested in picking my brain. Equally happy to just see some of these features introduced into the App. Thanks, Mike
  • Nov 18, 2021

    By Bukola Ayeni
    Decent app but the scheduling function doesn't work or better yet doesn't exist. Neither does live workouts with trainers. Also, it needs to include the option to play spotify during workouts
  • Sep 17, 2021

    By Pat Ryan
    Awesome workouts, great UI, but there are a lot of bugs. My workouts often freeze up if I move in and out of the app. There are also some transitions that freeze the video or audio even when I'm not interacting with it. This app is A+ style with C+ function.
  • Update is ok...ish May 13, 2019

    By jnxed
    NTC has always been my #1 fitness app and have used it for years (practically forever) so I was super hyped for the new update. But it’s already problematic and it’s been two days. The premium features are good, the workouts look cool and the tips are ok but tracking activity is garbage. Before, it would track on my Apple Watch and show up both on my Health App and NTC; the app showing activity and buzzing on my watch as the workout progressed. With premium, it doesn’t do that. At all. My watch will say Let’s Start Training and not move past that screen for the entire workout. Not tracking anything. When I used it yesterday, after completing the workout, it said I burned zero calories and worked out for zero minutes (mind you, it was 30 minute workout). This morning, the app crashed and didn’t count the workout towards the program. Nike need to get it together if they plan on charging $15 a month. It’s totally not worth it, if people are paying for something that doesn’t track activity properly (or at all). The app performed better when it was free.
  • NTC review Apr 12, 2020

    By Aly__Marie
    I started using this app about 7 months ago. I loved it. I really liked how you can follow along, it times you, still plays your music etc. I love structure so I liked picking a workout collection. I was in the middle of doing the “6 week get lean” workout collection, which was great and gave me a variety of workouts to do. However, suddenly out of nowhere it was gone. The number of workout collections is now minimal and maybe are “all levels or beginner” or they only have about 12 workouts to add to cardio. I was very disappointed that they removed this feature because it was great for those who wanted to follow a workout schedule, which is why I gave the app 3 stars because now it is more time consuming to select a variety of workouts you want to do on a daily and make sure they are all different to come up with your own workout plan. And the premium workout plans they provide do not give a preview of the workouts so you don’t know if it is something you wouldn’t want to do or not.
  • Needs work and mature! Feb 7, 2020

    By Gizmo B.
    Great app but going through growing pain seems like! I have the paid premium version: Pros: - Great variation and style of workouts and instructors - Great core/ab workout built into most exercises. -Great user interface on the app, very crisp and engaging, love the app design and the whole idea and concept of this app -great for home workout and limited equipments -reasonable premium price Cons: -very problematic playback (if you use another app (text message, musics, etc) while a workout video is playing and come back to this app it pushes and buffers for ever and almost impossible to restart and forced me to close the workout and reopen and that makes it count as I finished one workout and I’m doing it for the second time. Same thing happens if I want to skip forwards or backwards!! -limited workout plans/programs -no way to rate or see ratings of individual workouts or programs (so kinda have to try each or guess to see if you like them) -no option to customize plans/programs (either you do the whole program or not which let me to do some parts of a program and skip some or just end it before program is finished which is very disappointing) -poor nutrition plan (essentially it’s blogging about nutrition and there’s no actual “plan” certainly no individualized nutrition plan or even anything close to it) -Random notifications from app that’s promoting Nike products (on paid version of app!) Hope they work on perfecting this app!!
  • Love Hate Relationship Oct 15, 2020

    By Nelly Roux
    I used to love this app, especially in the days of plans, I loved plans. Now I still use the app with my Apple Watch S3 but lately the app and the watch don't play well together anymore. At the start and end of every rep you "should" get haptic feedback on your watch, now it's the first 1-3 reps then absolutely nothing. If I wake my watch face it's like 2 reps behind and I'd only get the haptic feedback from there on if the watch face is awake. Next is by the end of the workout the app on the watch would say 140 cals burnt the workout ends the app on the phone says 0, or 2, or anything less than half of what the watch claimed throughout the workout. However the apple watch move counter would have correctly tracked the cals burnt. For an app that's has integration with the apple watch it doesn't seem to be better than the others that don't have those features because those features don't even work properly with this app. I am on the latest watchOS and iOS.
  • Premium service is 1 bound forward 2 bounds back May 24, 2019

    By Leoport
    The premium service is disappointing. The workout formats are a regression from the current “free” format. The whiteboard format is particularly bad. The burden of pacing, timing, and tracking is placed on the user. There is no watch integration. The “free“ workouts that are available seem to be more featured with ongoing instructions, motivation, time tracking + progress updates, and watch integration with haptic nudging so the user can concentrate on form and mental strength (instead of a clock). While the “class” format is interesting + interactive, there can be a lot of waiting and instruction upfront and throughout making the work out feel slow and sometimes non-energetic—plus no vitals information (no heart rate or calories) and no watch integration. Honestly I would rather pay the premium price to bring back the plans that were removed a while back. Please hint to me I’m wrong, or to stay tuned for updates to the service. I was a huge NTC user but i don’t think I’m going to make it past the free trial. I’m really happy that the previous feature set is still available—but I do think those workouts are getting pretty stale. Bring back plans please.
  • Sep 19, 2021

    By Alex Hisey
    Giving it one star because it does have the content. 2 stars because it does have workout routines. however The workout programs are really cenetered around those who have access to gym equipment. kind of contradictory when a lot of their commercials are people doing lunges, running, sprints, high jump, long jump, and all sorts of bodyweight exercise.
  • Bring plans back! Feb 16, 2019

    By pissed2019
    I’ve been using this app to since 2014 and mainly for the Plans! I never leave reviews but I have to say, Nike has downgraded this app! I just completed the 6 weeks collection program and was HIGHLY annoyed that whoever created this new feature didn’t have enough sense to even mark off the workouts or weeks! It look like Nike just throw these workouts on the app. The Plans tracked my weeks and days for me and seeing the green check next to the workout was both rewarding and motivating! Not only did the Plans include mobility workouts, it forced/help me to get into yoga. Now in the Collection it’s an option that I have to remember to scroll down and look for while remembering what week I’m on because Nike took that feature off! And I can’t believe someone didn’t think to check these workouts off or to label the weeks. That is the most annoying thing about the new Collection! Nike, please make the Plans available again and let your users choose between the Plans or Collections. Taking the Plans completely off was a bad move! *****BRING THE PLANS BACK NIKE******
  • It used to be better Mar 31, 2020

    By JO jay
    The update added a lot of premium workouts however a lot of them I actually find worse in structure than the free ones. There free ones have clips on how to do an exercise as it comes up, the premium workouts however are just writing and then you have to click on the videos and then on the video of the exercise to see the movement which isn’t very practical at all at disrupts the workout. Other premium workouts are trainer led which I don’t love but also don’t hate, however for those workouts you can’t check which exercises the workout will involve which is something I’d like to know before starting the workout. The Patrick Frost body weight workouts are however a great addition, I’ve always been quite interested in that type of movement and it isn’t easy to find in other workout apps. Also they removed all free plans from the app and the premium plans are quite limited. So basically the recent updates made the app worse.
  • Updates Have Made It Worse May 21, 2019

    By Almaria95
    I’ve been using the app for almost 2 years now and when it first came out it was amazing. It really helped me get into shape and focus on the areas I needed to focus on for my workouts. Now since removing plans and adding this premium feature where you have to pay for more workouts, it’s gotten worse. The number of workouts available without premium seems to have been reduced drastically. I barely want to use the app anymore because everything is under a premium feature now and the cost is not worth it at all. Nike makes a ton of money through their gear and shoes already. Since using the app I’ve already been encouraged to purchase more of their products to improve my workout. I don’t think a $15 subscription fee is worth access to an app that originally was free. If it was cheaper maybe I’d consider it but currently this new feature seems like a waste.
  • Nov 10, 2021

    By P C
    Nothing about adding your own music works. Spotify doesn't show up and I even purchased premium to use it with this app. It says you can use your own music library, but that doesn't work either. The only other options are loud annoying trainer voices or complete silence. Would consider if it had a chime option or something. The entire apartment building doesn't need to know which exercises I'm doing.
  • BRING BACK FREE PLANS Sep 9, 2019

    By Hiffddchhh
    I fell in love with this app when I first started using it. It was helpful to see the plan laid out in front of me. I also really enjoyed the feature where if a workout one day was too easy for me they would up the intensity next week. Unfortunately, I took a break from working out after experiencing the worst break up. It was only supposed to last a week but then it turned into months. When I finally felt ready to workout again I logged into my app to see that things have changed. I was freaking out. I have now been on a search for a similar app that is also free but I can’t find one. Because I have so much trouble trying to put a workout together because there is way to much information out there, I have yet to workout anywhere close to the way I used to. And my consistency is lacking. I can’t tell you how many people I recommended to get this app. Now I will have to tell people I have stopped using it because they don’t have this feature anymore. UPDATE: so when I had first logged into my app it said you guys would not be offering this feature anymore. Now it is a premium feature, which upsets me even more. Nike makes so much money as a company. You want me to pay $15 per month for a feature that used to be free. Nike promotes fitness but when it comes to money they don’t mind taking away features and making things less accessible to others. I AM SO THROUGH WITH SUPPORTING NIKE.
  • This used to be the best app ever made but... Jan 10, 2019

    By CRE480
    I’ve been using this app for many years and it was the perfect training companion. There were some minor hiccups in the past (some interferences with Apple Music app while exercising or sometimes the training would freeze if you were mirroring it on a tv..) but it was by far the best app ever developed. Sadly developers decided to remove the planning feature which was the huge plus over all the others apps. The app was able to support the definition of a specific training and support the weekly schedule, adjusting based on participation and feedback. I can’t tell if the app was really able to adjust the training over time, but it definitely provided the feeling of being followed and supported during sessions. Especially for those (like me) that have little time for training and want a product that is doing all the preparation, improving efficiency. Even if this app contains a lot of outstanding material, I’m giving it just one star because without the plan feature this is just a average confusing app, that makes it even harder to identify how to exercise in the little available time. Defining what to do is just a nightmare. BRING THE PLAN FEATURE BACK..I’m going to stop using it for now and transition to a easier app..for the first time in many years I even bought a pair of shoes from a different brand since Nike is not my favorite brand anymore...
  • Plan removal (2020, quarantine era)! May 4, 2020

    By nike-works
    I have been struggling to find out how to workout without the plans and with all these updated workouts. Let alone the quarantine and struggles to go out, It’s a major struggle for me to know what to do, in what order. Once I have seen this change I panicked cause I need the plans to self account me for my workouts. It’s very hard and I have been inconsistent with my works outs ever since the removal of the plans. The plans helped me build goals and confidence, it made me feel set for the next days workout. The removals of the plan just crashed my esteem to work out. My family members and I would really use the plans to stay consistent and ready for the next day. We are in quarantine now 2020 Coronavirus era, we are all staying home lazy and unbearable. We should revive the plans section about now. It would be majorly helpful. Please may you guys bring back the plans and help me get back up of my feet to get myself health and fit. It’s been a year since this change and I have hated it ever since it appeared on my phone. We all need this CHANGE and we need it ASAP! WHY IS THIS APP NOW ACTUNG LIKE THE OTHERS?!?!?! PLEASE BRING BACK THE FREE PLANSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MAKE SURE TO SEND AN UPDATE TO ALL OUR PHONES LETTING US KNOWS FREE PLANS ARE BACK. Thanks for listening! #BringBackPlans!
  • Unsubscribe Jun 10, 2019

    By chaserll11
    “Premium” workouts left me feeling lost, frustrated, and negative about wanting to go back to the gym. This app was the reason I finally started working out, and the free content is still great, but the “premium” content is the epitome of what I hate about gyms in general - if you don’t already know what you’re doing or have a personal trainer with you, you just feel like an outsider with no chance of accomplishing anything. Even more frustrating, and more devastating to the entire experience, the app now has a 90% failure rate on my Watch where it either won’t track the workout at all, or even worse it gets stuck in some kind of error loop where in addition to not tracking the workout, the app forces the HR tracker to stay on uncommanded, even after uninstalling the app from the Watch and forcing it to reboot, meaning it has to be commanded from the phone app!! Until this gets fixed, NTC is coming off my phone. This app was my muse, it got me working out when nothing else did, and I’m sad to see it go because it worked so well for me. But between feeling excluded by the new premium content, and the infuriating experience on my Nike+ Watch, I’ll feel even worse trying to use it.
  • Nov 3, 2021

    By Lesley Schneider
    Many workouts to choose from! Love it from this aspect. However, app is not great. Filters don't work since last update. It'd be great to be able to search/filter my saved workouts as well.
  • Nov 7, 2021

    By Mistmix
    I CAN'T LOG IN. Every time I attempt to log in, it sends me back to the flash page (nice video background btw) I have a Google Pixel 6.
  • Bring Plans Back Jun 16, 2019

    By shinyradstar
    Updating my review since the new premium NTC version came out. Although premium seems to have brought back a paid version of the plans, all the workouts are streaming instead of downloadable, so my iPhone keeps rendering and stopping throughout the workout. I also have pretty solid internet service so not sure what’s up, but I can’t even get through 5 minutes of the first workout, plus when I pause to tinker with the app, it concludes the workout and I have to start all over. Nightmare. Please bring pack the plans. They were succinct and to the point. I have no need to listen to trainers and their introductions every single time I want to workout. Last review.... I recommended this app to countless people because of the plan feature. Collections are limited, and could be better used as a supplemental feature. The plans were tailored to each individual, with duration and difficulty. Hard to understand why Nike would remove the most useful feature within the entire app. Guess I’m going back to the gym...
  • Is it just me? Apr 21, 2020

    By Bairock1
    I just downloaded the app, signed up with Facebook, put in my password, etc, then immediately got an error message telling me I’m “not eligible for registration”? I’m an adult (it asks for your birthdate), and I know my Facebook nor email have any issues, so I tried again, thinking I’ll just sign up without Facebook. I’m immediately given another error message “Not eligible for registration due to unsuccessful attempts”. I tried Once? Started to try twice? The error message included a link to customer support, which I clicked on. My issue was not in any of the stock questions (not that they would’ve helped me anyway, I need some sort of administrator reset or an equivalent). So I called the number they gave for app issues (and the only option is to call), and I get thrown into a waiting line and told it will be 30-45 minutes. I’m not sitting around waiting for 45 minutes for an app that I haven’t even been granted the privilege to look at yet. Never had an issue with new logins in my life and nothing has changed, so I know it’s not me.
  • Makes No Sense Jan 16, 2019

    By Greed killed this game!!!!!
    This app and Nike run club should be integrated. The coaching plans should include run and working out options. Plus with the resources available to Nike and apple plus their investment in each other’s success of the Nike Apple Watch one would think that they could create an app that was comprehensive yet focused with some appreciation for experience the people actually using the device would have. For example. you can run with NRC. You can stretch NTC. And they are not linked in any manner that works so you go in and out each time. In addition, the watch is useless during this phase and with NTC all together. How it doesn’t mirror the video on the iPhone is beyond me. In addition, once you get ready to track your run using the Nike watch which you purchased for This sole purpose you are sent a warning that it is better to start the tracking from your phone. I like to borderline love the NRC. Especially the guided runs (which should have clear explanation in addition to a catchy title). However, NTC shows us what the app could be and what is sadly missing.

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