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The range of classes and instructors in this app is simply amazing. I have a long work day so cannot make it to classes and this gives me a solid practice on my own time. I love that there are series that you can follow or choose single classes. I amgetting back to yoga after a few years off from my practice and these series have helped to build strength, flexibility, and confidence in a focused practice. The app interface is a bit buggy but not terrible. Filters are somewhat okay to use. I wish there was a way to organize my practice into folders or types of classes. Merging the stats with my practice would also be a good feature. But none of that takes away from the access to this amazing content. Overall it’s a great experience and well worth the 20 a month subscription fee.
The videos look really nice and I’m sure instruction is top tier. You can filter by difficulty but there is an overwhelming amount of material here for someone new to this realm of exercise. I don’t really know where to begin, where to go next, where I need more work. It would be great if there was a “suggested learning path” in the series or something that gave good suggestions on where to start for beginners and then where to go from there. It would be helpful to have “suggested videos/classes” based on where you are at and where you want to get to. Everything looks great but there is just too many options and I feel intimidated and overwhelmed. Maybe there could be a survey type feature where you can say your level of experience, lay out any injuries or anything so you avoid say handstands and stuff if you have a shoulder problem, time of day you are most likely to do the workout so you aren’t being suggested to do morning yoga if you are more likely to workout at night. Then it could suggest the best courses/classes for you and help you build a comprehensive “my practice” profile.
I've been using AloMoves (prior CodyApp) over 2 years and it's fantastic! It provides some of the best yoga (and other fitness) classes available. You get to practice with talented yoga teachers like Briohny Smyth, Ana Forrest, Sri Dharma Mittra, Eoin Finn, Janet Stone and more. You get inversion classes from Dylan Werner and others. There's an option to connect with the other users there. And lots of other great features. One of my FAVORITE things is you can also access classes via desktop/laptop so you get the big screen. And you can download classes on your phone for times you are traveling. They are continually adding features/ improvements and so there were just a couple of days it was hard to sign in (as one reviewer mentioned). But that was quickly fixed and has not happened since. For me they have always been very responsive when I need help. Highly recommended!
I have used a lot of online exercise classes, health apps, workout videos etc. I live 1 hour from the closest rural town and my options are limited. I am a certified Ashtanga teacher and enjoy my personal practice but I want more. This is hands down the best app I’ve ever used. The sound and video quality is great I have thoroughly enjoyed almost every teacher I’ve tried a class from. The videos aren’t cheesy, their rating of difficulty seems accurate and they offer so much variety. I’m so stoked I downloaded this. I did it because I’ve always wanted to take a class from Erin Kelly but live super far from her so i took her core strengthening class and it was great she’s super funny and an excellent teacher. From there I tried yin classes HIIT classes and more yoga. I’m thrilled.
I appreciate the concept of this app very much, hence my subscription. However, the quality of the app has been disappointing to me, as it is very glitchy. On my iPad, which is 4th gen, purchased in 2014, up to date on iOS, the app will not load at all, it glitches and shuts down within one or two clicks. Alright, adapting, I choose to use the app on my iPhone. While this works better (as in I can actually watch a video), it is incredibly glitchy and sluggish. At times videos do not load at all, so it’s really a mixed bag if I will actually get to practice with Alo or not. Considering this is a paid subscription, I really expected better app development, and because of this am considering canceling my subscription in the coming months. Just adding this to review commons as an honest experience for anyone who may be considering purchasing this app.
Developed by Alo, LLC.
Alo Moves is ranking in Health & Fitness & Social Networking
Last update was at Jan 16, 2020and the current version is 4.4.2.
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Alo Moves have a 167a user reviews.
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