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I’ve only spent a week with this app, but I love it. I’ve got five kids and I’m a typical mom when it comes to my health level. I work out sometimes, I belong to a gym that I use sometimes, and I eat all the treats. But I want more, so I jumped into this app and committed to following it carefully for the free week trial. It’s totally doable and fun! I was doing another workout plan app that I loved, but their food plan wasn’t reasonable, and I was paying for features I wasn’t using. I’ve been to the gym every day this week and kept up with work and family because the workout routines are quick. And believe me when I say they pack a punch! Some days I even just did the workout at home because that fit my schedule better at the time. I’ve followed the meal plan easily because it’s not only delicious, but it’s all normal food! I have a laundry list of food allergies, and I have had no problem with these recipes because they already thought about many of those and their foods are all clean eating. No gimmicks. Because I’m following their meal plan, there’s no need to track food l-which I loathe. Plus. I get to tell my husband I worked out with Thor’s trainers today and he nods because that’s impressive.
I tried the 1 week trial but decided not to purchase at this time. I enjoyed the workouts where the coach spoke to you but many of them had no vocal instructions with them. They simply showed the person doing the exercise but didn’t discuss technique which is what I expected on the coached versions. I’m a beginner and hearing the little tips helps tons; for example in other workout video they said “put your weight through your heels not your toes” that one thing completely changed what I did even though the motion I performed looked similar to the video. Without that coaching it felt empty and I didn’t look forward to it. Adding music would also help, but they do have a great feature where you can link your own songs. Features I loved were the ability to filter on the coach, the integrated meal plans, and daily schedule. It was awesome to be able to go search by coach or focus area. All of the meals looked amazing I wish I had time to try them all. I would have kept this if all of the coaches talked to coach you through the exercise. Even if they dub the voice over the existing videos this wold be improvement and be very helpful for beginners. I’d also like to see stretching integrated at the beginning of the workout. Sometimes they used large gym equipment not typical for a home and it would be nice to have alternative moves suggested. I’m going to look around a bit more but hope the voice coaching is added to the videos this would probably bring me back.
The concept of incorporating a workout routine, daily diet, and other self-help things like meditation, etc into a daily and weekly planner is great, but for me so many things were missed. First of all the workouts were challenging but simple and mundane. Also much of the core work involves a lot of intense exercises that require a lot of “knee” work like gorillas and what resembles floor work breakdancing! These moves are really not made for people like myself that are over 40 and have had knee surgeries and issues. The meditations and self help things during the day would be more helpful if a suggested schedule or even an alarm to “take a break” and do a 5 to 10 minute meditation would be more useful. Most days I would skip this because I work out in the afternoon and not see them during the day. As for the diet, well, it’s just ridiculous. There was one breakfast recipe that required an hour of preparation!? Not even on a weekend day would that makes sense. Many days have things like leftovers from previous days recipes and most required 10+ ingredients and most prep times 30 to 45 minutes and frankly we’re not really even that healthy. On top of that there were some tech quirks like not being able to listen to your music while their video was running. So I hope they improve it but for me it was not a great match.
I’ve never seen such innovation in balancing a healthy lifestyle. This app raises the stakes for companies and developers alike. This is not a tailored approach to your specific needs. It is a tailored lifestyle guide to ANYBODY to live healthy and wholesome. The workouts are simple, guided, intense, yet very approachable to anybody interested. There is no obligation to do any of them, but many are tailored to avoid the gym if that is what you are after. The meals force you to shop! I have NEVER felt so comfortable in the grocery store. The first day, it was a nuisance building up my pantry. After that, I found the wholesome ingredients more beneficial and WAY cheaper than eating out since I was using them on a regular basis. The app allows you to build a check-off shopping list (based upon portions) with a simple click of a button! What’s novel.... you just add the meals you want to eat. Not all of the one’s that are suggested! I haven’t come across a single meal that I have been disappointed with (considering the wholesome ingredient approach). Everything has been beyond tasty, wholesome, and healthy. I still have yet to take more advantage of the lifestyle tools, but I’m telling you C.H. and his team did a phenomenal job.
I signed up just for the workouts. What I got was so much more! First off, the workouts are amazing! There are world class trainers ready to help you reach your goals, no matter what your fitness level. You want strength training? How about yoga or Pilates? Do you just want an incredibly sweaty, fat burning workout? They’ve got it all here. The trainers are super helpful and even answer questions on social media and post frequent videos to help the members out. You have the choice to do what workouts your planner gives you daily (plus, what to eat, including recipes and a really awesome shopping list) as well as some meditations to help you sleep or just de-stress. If you don’t want what Centr has chosen for you, you simply push the ‘switch it up’ button and pick something else. They even have some great info on having healthy relationships. I could go on and on about what Centr has to offer. You really just need to get it and do it. And to all those complaining about the price, I’m paying 27 cents a day to better my life in so many areas! Shhh, don’t tell Chris Hemsworth but I would pay a lot more for this incredible app! ❤️💪
Developed by Loup Pty Ltd.
Centr, by Chris Hemsworth is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Dec 22, 2019and the current version is 1.5.2.
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Centr, by Chris Hemsworth have a 1 562a user reviews.
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