Freeletics - Workout & Fitness

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By Freeletics GmbH

Score: 4.5
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One of the most downloaded exercise apps, with 36 million users in over 160 countries. App Store “App of the Day” pick in Health & Fitness category. “As gym memberships can get pricey, Freeletics uses workouts that require no equipment, allowing you to train anywhere.“ - The Sun “Freeletics is a fitness training app that requires no equipment. The global fitness app market, which includes everything from FitBit to ClassPass…” - Fast Company Lose weight, get strong or just improve your fitness level with the Freeletics digital coach and tracker. Personalized plans let you exercise anywhere - no gym required. Set your goals, do powerful HIIT exercises and develop a better body in weeks. WHY FREELETICS? ▶ A community of 36 million users and proven results. ▶ Hundreds of bodyweight and HIIT workouts, customized for you. ▶ Adaptive coaching, tracking keep your body challenged. ▶ 24 hour fitness: train at home or anywhere, anytime. FREELETICS FEATURES: Hiit training & fast results: ▶ Get your sweat on, blast fat and achieve a beachbody using just your bodyweight. Abs, arms, butt & legs - our plans covers all muscle groups. Customized coaching: ▶ 10-30 minute workouts adaptable to your schedule, level and goals. Flexible activity: ▶ Say goodbye to classes and gym sessions. Get fit at home or anywhere. Community & knowledge: ▶ Deepen your interest in health, sports and nutrition with hundreds of Freeletics Blog articles - from weight loss and diet myths to weightlifting tips. ▶ Connect with other athletes, join local Freeletics groups & train together. Premium – the Coach: Get to work on your abs, legs, butt & arms with a fitness planner. Subscribe for personalized tracking and advanced features: ▶ Take a detailed fitness test for a better coaching experience. ▶ Choose your availability - 2,3,4 or 5 sessions per week. Adapt daily workouts to your changing needs. ▶ Get a weekly plan tailored to your level & schedule. ▶ Receive feedback to track your performance. ▶ Give feedback to the Coach to adjust your training plan. ▶ Access all Freeletics Training Coaches - Bodyweight, Running and Gym, for one price. WHO IS FREELETICS? Freeletics is a leading brand in the digital fitness scene that has revolutionized the industry since its launch in 2013. Our mission is to make a fit body and healthy lifestyle available to everyone, free of limits. Today, 36 million users across the world train with Freeletics apps on sports grounds, in parks, at home or in the gym. TALK TO US! If you have questions or need any assistance, please contact our Customer Engagement team at [email protected] Keep up with us: ▶ Our site: ▶ Facebook: ▶ Instagram: ▶ Twitter: DOWNLOAD NOW! FREELETICS - ANYWHERE, ANYTIME. ---------------------------------------------------------------- The download and usage of Freeletics Bodyweight is free of charge. Access your personal training plan and further features with the Coach, available in the app with a subscription. Your subscription gives you access to all 3 Freeletics Training Coaches - Bodyweight, Gym and Running, at no extra cost. In order to use your 2 other training systems, download the Freeletics Running and Freeletics Gym Apps on the AppStore. The subscription automatically renews if you do not cancel it at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your account will be charged for the next subscription period up to 24 hours prior to the current subscription’s expiration. You can manage your subscription and disable the automatic renewal function at any time by adjusting your Apple account settings. You have the right to withdraw from your initial subscription within 14 days of starting it. By purchasing, you accept our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.


  • Challenging but doable

    By BBearette
    Have been exercising by myself for a while mainly doing bodyweight exercises. Was looking for something challenging but doable. This definitely meets the ticket. Love that you can give feedback about whether the experience is too easy or difficult or just right. I cannot recommend this more highly. Wish that I had started this sooner instead of just being stuck in the same old rut!
  • Great app but......

    By شاب مسلم
    Why do I need to download each video clip for each exercise? Why not stream those videos! It would be a much faster experience
  • Awesome Platform, help with surfing.

    By rayray6405
    This has helped me in so many ways in and out of the water!! I’d recommend this to anyone wanting to better there selves.
  • best app ever - never had such a body before 😊

    By RaphaSh
    I downloaded it first time more than 2 years ago, never took it serious because I thought “it can’t work without weights”. Now I’m using it every day since 7 months - never wanna miss it. I feel much more satisfied in my whole life and have the best body I ever had - I’m 38 years old. Big compliments from my side also to the freeletics team also for a permanently improvement of the app 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
  • Very Good App

    By JTinCA
    The app is organized and easy to use, and the workouts are nice. A wide variety of the workouts are available, even without purchasing a subscription. It’s nice how if you cannot perform an exercise in a workout, the app can tell you what exercise to replace it with.
  • It’s a waste of time

    By manuelov94
    The worst app I ever try. Don’t waste your money it is make non sense to buy this.
  • Beware the Apple Watch App!

    By gregorybflynn
    I recently subscribed to Freeletics, and love what it offers. That said, the Apple Watch app is a huge problem. When it runs (which, it turns out, it will do even if not triggered on the AW itself), it completely throws off the Move ring for the day. The first time I used it, I did a 25 minute workout, starting with about 25 calories on my Move Ring. I ended with about 940. Same thing happened this morning (with slightly lower numbers)...and this time I didn't even open the app on the watch...I used the AW's own HIIT tracker. I emailed Freeletics, and this is what they had to say: "In the fitness community, calories are always a main topic of discussion. However, calorie counting might not be the ideal approach. Please keep in mind, calories from different foods are not always the same. The calculation of the calories you consume and burn might not be totally accurate depending on your metabolism. Calorie counting can also lead to an unhealthy relationship with food. At the end of the day, what matters most is maintaining a healthy and nutritious diet as well as being active. For this reason we encourage counting personal bests, burpees, and how many pieces of fresh fruit and vegetables you eat every day. Not calories. For this reason we do not support any calorie counting functions on your device so most likely it won't be accurate. Sincere apologies for any inconveniences." While I appreciate their philosophy (and I agree with it), it disregards that many (most?) of us use the Move ring to get an idea of how much movement serves us in the day to day -- not to simply count calories. Their response completely disregards this concern. Thus, the three star review. I'd love to see this fixed.
  • It’s ok

    By allyo2003
    It’s been ok but you don’t have any options to sub out workouts or skip any portion of the workout or the rests. They also assign you a weight for the lifting part and you can’t change it so it thinks I’m lifting at a level I am not. It’s definitely a computer running the show.
  • Beware!

    By Christyandandria
    Okay so...this os a good app and O can see where it can be useful. The name makes it have a vibe of something it is not though! There is nothing free on this app beyond seeing some videos of others doing a basic exercise. Something mind you, you can find on youtube. First impressions was I really liked it. After actually you know using the app and exercising with it..yeah...I uninstalled it. If you going to try to reach out to all groups of people on a free level make it so you know actual advice is being given or shared as a community or something. Get a forum, or something. Rated brutally for the deceit, but aesthetics and the options available do give it at least something.
  • So far so good, minor tweaks

    By Dustin_UT
    Thank you for such a great app, I’ve just started to use it and so far I’m enjoying it. A few things I’d love to see 1. Fully independent watch app 2. Integration with Apple Activities - this needs some work. For one, I would like a whole day’s training to just count as 1 workout, or at least have an option in the app to choose that for those that want it. I would also like to see general improvements with this. My workouts often say they are only 1-2 seconds, despite taking well over that time. 3. Autocomplete on runs should stop the activity at the set distance, I’m not sure why it’s required that I click “complete” - especially if someone isn’t holding the phone in their hand, this leads to highly inaccurate times.