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SHRED: Home & Gym Workout

SHRED: Home & Gym Workout

Shred Labs, LLC

Home & Gym Workout Fitness Planner

4.8 Ratings 28K+ Reviews 10K+ Downloads

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Ratings & Reviews

4.8
28.4K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    89%
  2. 4
    8%
  3. 3
    2%
  4. 2
    0%
  5. 1
    1%
  • Oct 9, 2020

    By kasandra torres
    The programs on this app are great and challenging. The app is heavily lacking compared to the iOS version and I agree with fellow users that I can't believe Shred is charging this much for a basic version of the app. Another flaw I have noticed is that the instructional videos don't always load and instead show a black screen when the play icon is selected. Please make upgrades to justify the app cost or reduce the subscription to correlate with the current product.
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  • Great for beginners! Oct 22, 2019

    By ZEE3000
    I’ve never really been to the gym, aside from the two times my brother got me to go (he’s a personal trainer. I can’t go to him every week though because I live an hour away). The main reason is because I was honestly scared. Scared of what people would think of me, scared of not making enough improvement, and mostly scared of making a fool of myself because I simply don’t know how to use the equipment. This app is great because you can choose your workout style and how long you want to work out and the coaching style. It explains how to use the equipment so I at least LOOK like I know what I’m doing. I don’t go to the gym everyday but I’ve gone more times in the past couple of weeks than I have in my whole life and I love how alert I feel after a morning workout. The only critique I have is I wish the app would let you select your gender. I’m a female with a fairly large chest and some of the things that have you on your stomach is pretty much impossible for me to do without pain and I usually end up skipping those, meaning I’m not getting my full workout sometimes. But that’s really the only issue I’ve come across.
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  • Oct 12, 2020

    By Callum Bakridan
    only just used it for the first time but as far as first impressions go it is a great app. no ads between workouts and motivational quotes in-between sets.👍
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  • Almost fully suitable to you Nov 25, 2019

    By Khaaaaaaaaan_
    What I like about the app is that you can customize the settings to where it can fit your preferences for your workouts. You can also tell it to skip a workout if your home/gym doesn’t have the proper equipment for that workout. Well.. for the most part. My first workout was for chest and triceps and every time it would go to a new section of the workout, it would give me the option to skip that section if you didn’t have the equipment or if someone was using it (you would just go back to that section later). But when it came to a section using a bar (for bench presses, squats, etc.) it didn’t give me the option. I guess it assumes that every gym has a bar, but I was working out at my neighborhood’s fitness center and it did NOT have a bar. Because it didn’t give me the option to skip, I had to just spam “complete, complete, complete,” essentially lying and saying I did the bar workout when I actually didn’t. Sure, I could use dumbbells instead, but I had JUST finished an entire dumbbell section of the workout prior to this problem. In the end, this isn’t a huge deal, except it can give inaccurate workout information to the one that logs that info for personal use. Overall, it’s a great app, and it helped me get an awesome workout, it’s just this one detail that made me give four stars.
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  • Sep 29, 2020

    By xavier rodgers
    Love it but it lacks essentials. Coming from using the iPhone version of the app so I have prior experience. Needs to be able to sync with Google Fit. Also the screen shouldn't time out while exercising.
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  • Oct 8, 2020

    By Mike Groth
    After four days it locks up the workouts and wants you to pay to continue. I am furious. I was really enjoying the app.
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  • Sep 26, 2020

    By rafael jr. salgado
    This app is great!! But it keeps on crashing on me on the last workout i have for the day and I can't complete my workout for the day. And i can't progress due to the app crashing.
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  • Lots of filler but lacking in some aspects Jul 5, 2020

    By PaulChapple
    I’ve been using the app for about a year, and although it’s been great in many ways the improvements are just not as useful or important as I’d like. For example, STILL no Apple Watch integration (has been in development since I started using the app). The routines don’t vary as much as I’d expect, with the same workouts within each style. Plus, you can’t exclude exercises based upon equipment (for anyone moving around gyms) you can only choose a different exercise which further limits the variety of workout. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve enjoyed the app, it’s kept me motivated and using it far longer than other apps... but I think it’s time to try something different after 12 months of the same thing. Maybe I’ll come back when I see different routines to try.
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  • Great for beginners! Oct 22, 2019

    By ZEE3000
    I’ve never really been to the gym, aside from the two times my brother got me to go (he’s a personal trainer. I can’t go to him every week though because I live an hour away). The main reason is because I was honestly scared. Scared of what people would think of me, scared of not making enough improvement, and mostly scared of making a fool of myself because I simply don’t know how to use the equipment. This app is great because you can choose your workout style and how long you want to work out and the coaching style. It explains how to use the equipment so I at least LOOK like I know what I’m doing. I don’t go to the gym everyday but I’ve gone more times in the past couple of weeks than I have in my whole life and I love how alert I feel after a morning workout. The only critique I have is I wish the app would let you select your gender. I’m a female with a fairly large chest and some of the things that have you on your stomach is pretty much impossible for me to do without pain and I usually end up skipping those, meaning I’m not getting my full workout sometimes. But that’s really the only issue I’ve come across.
    more
  • Oct 12, 2020

    By Callum Bakridan
    only just used it for the first time but as far as first impressions go it is a great app. no ads between workouts and motivational quotes in-between sets.👍
    more
  • Game changer Dec 2, 2018

    By Nickname11111qwe
    I’ve known Adam Summer since we were in university, and he has always had a special understanding of fitness. When I found out he wanted me on the beta test a year ago I was excited to try it out. I was blown away. I’m honestly addicted to the app to the point that it frustrates me obsessively if I missed a workout or don’t have time to do my shreds, I need my stats! I need my color blocks and my rising orange diagonal line on my stat sheet. The workouts are second to none, and I’ve used trainers and in retrospect our workouts seemed so weak in comparison. More so my trainers gave me two workouts a week but now I have a PATH and a PLAN. The workouts have an unbelievable flow , moving seamlessly from exercise to exercise , from circuit to circuit, the rest is timed out and the videos and tips are pertinent and clear. Ohhhh and the quotes inspire me and keep from texting during the rest BUT also if I do get off the app for a quick bit in between exercises I get a pop up reminder to get back on the app when the rest is over. I’m just so into this app man, I can’t explain all of what is in one review. But thanks Adam and the team at Shred
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  • Oct 23, 2020

    By Ranaldo Overton
    an excellent app for working out at home with or with out equipment. small bugs to work out but overall excellent
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  • Workout app that makes you sweat! Apr 23, 2019

    By OfcBoyd
    The real testament to how great this app is was the fact that I will probably spend the money on the subscription! This is by far the best workout app that I have had so far. Yes, it may not have as of an extensive exercise library as some but the quality and ease of it all makes it worth it. Being able to choose a set of alternatives, choose your intensity level, and choose the category of your workout based on your goals was awesome. Also having the timers integrated into the workouts and being able to add the weight you were using as you went along makes it so easy to use. The only suggestions that I would make would be to allow the user to go back to the previous exercises in order to add the weight they used. I kept on forgetting to do it and had to even do a workout restart in order to add them. Also adding a feature so that you can change your rep and set scheme would be useful. Other than that, as long as y’all keep adding to the exercise database this app will only get better even without my suggestions.
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  • Almost fully suitable to you Nov 25, 2019

    By Khaaaaaaaaan_
    What I like about the app is that you can customize the settings to where it can fit your preferences for your workouts. You can also tell it to skip a workout if your home/gym doesn’t have the proper equipment for that workout. Well.. for the most part. My first workout was for chest and triceps and every time it would go to a new section of the workout, it would give me the option to skip that section if you didn’t have the equipment or if someone was using it (you would just go back to that section later). But when it came to a section using a bar (for bench presses, squats, etc.) it didn’t give me the option. I guess it assumes that every gym has a bar, but I was working out at my neighborhood’s fitness center and it did NOT have a bar. Because it didn’t give me the option to skip, I had to just spam “complete, complete, complete,” essentially lying and saying I did the bar workout when I actually didn’t. Sure, I could use dumbbells instead, but I had JUST finished an entire dumbbell section of the workout prior to this problem. In the end, this isn’t a huge deal, except it can give inaccurate workout information to the one that logs that info for personal use. Overall, it’s a great app, and it helped me get an awesome workout, it’s just this one detail that made me give four stars.
    more
  • Sep 29, 2020

    By xavier rodgers
    Love it but it lacks essentials. Coming from using the iPhone version of the app so I have prior experience. Needs to be able to sync with Google Fit. Also the screen shouldn't time out while exercising.
    more
  • Oct 22, 2020

    By John W
    Great app.. But not perfect
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  • Oct 11, 2020

    By Chris Li Cheong Man
    Pretty easy to use.
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  • Probably some of the best money I’ve spent Sep 5, 2020

    By crawdaddylsu70791
    I had been using the free version for almost a year and was getting some really good results. The video of each exercise is extremely helpful. Fast forward to COVID and the gyms closing, I decided to splurge on the premium version ($99/year) since I needed some new body weight routines. The routines, the pace and just generally everything fit perfectly together. Routine s were split so that I never overwhelmed a particular muscle group. I saw some of my biggest strength gains using body weight, a kettle bell, and the routines Shred provides. I would really give 4.5 stars if I could. The only thing keeping me from giving it a full 5 would be the camera angles. Video or pictures of the grip used and the attachments for cable exercise would be helpful. I’m glad the gyms are finally open because now I’ve been able to access the rest of the workouts which has really opened up my routines.
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  • Oct 9, 2020

    By kasandra torres
    The programs on this app are great and challenging. The app is heavily lacking compared to the iOS version and I agree with fellow users that I can't believe Shred is charging this much for a basic version of the app. Another flaw I have noticed is that the instructional videos don't always load and instead show a black screen when the play icon is selected. Please make upgrades to justify the app cost or reduce the subscription to correlate with the current product.
    more
  • Sep 26, 2020

    By rafael jr. salgado
    This app is great!! But it keeps on crashing on me on the last workout i have for the day and I can't complete my workout for the day. And i can't progress due to the app crashing.
    more
  • Lots of filler but lacking in some aspects Jul 5, 2020

    By PaulChapple
    I’ve been using the app for about a year, and although it’s been great in many ways the improvements are just not as useful or important as I’d like. For example, STILL no Apple Watch integration (has been in development since I started using the app). The routines don’t vary as much as I’d expect, with the same workouts within each style. Plus, you can’t exclude exercises based upon equipment (for anyone moving around gyms) you can only choose a different exercise which further limits the variety of workout. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve enjoyed the app, it’s kept me motivated and using it far longer than other apps... but I think it’s time to try something different after 12 months of the same thing. Maybe I’ll come back when I see different routines to try.
    more
  • Oct 8, 2020

    By Mike Groth
    After four days it locks up the workouts and wants you to pay to continue. I am furious. I was really enjoying the app.
    more

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