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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.
I’ve been using NTC club for around 4-5 years and it’s been my holy grail for working out. It got me started on a new lifestyle, and it’s helped me stay active even on days where I feel like I don’t have the time. The problem I have now though is with the most recent update where it takes the training programs and makes them premium only. Although I understand that the app still has all the old workouts I loved for free, what I’m upset about is that they completely scraped the free version of the plan system. The only reason I used the app in the first place was to have that customized plan in place and as we speak I was in the middle of a plan, and to have it taken away from me days before finishing when I was planning on moving to the next one, is a huge let down. I’ve always had a problem knowing which workouts to do in order, and the structure that came from the free plans is what helped me want to workout everyday. NTC updates have let me down before and they usually come back around, but in this case, I’m more disappointed than usual. I love this app and the workouts and as a college student, I can’t afford the premium plans. I’ve depended on the plan systems for years now and now it feels like my personal use for the app has greatly diminished. I’m probably still going to use NTC because it’s all I’ve ever known, but if there could be some re-implementation of the free training plan system I’d make my rating much higher.
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.
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...
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
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Nike Training Club has 158 578 user reviews.
Nike Training Club has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Nike Training Club (6.7.0) was released on Jan 14, 2020.
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Nike Training Club helps you reach your fitness goals. Get fit anytime, anywhere with free workouts across strength, endurance, yoga & mobility.
Every exercise and drill features our world-class Nike Master Trainers. From bodyweight workouts to full-equipment exercises, discover personalized workout recommendations, just for you.
FIND WORKOUTS FOR ALL LEVELS
The Nike Training Club workout library includes:
• Body-part focused workouts targeting your abs, arms, shoulders, glutes, and legs
• Strength, endurance, yoga, and mobility workouts
• Workout times ranging from 15-45 Minutes
• Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Levels
• Low, Moderate and
• Bodyweight only, Light and Full Equipment
• Time-based and Rep-based options
GET GUIDANCE TO REACH YOUR GOALS
Workout Collections offer a set of recommended workouts and guidance from our Nike Trainers and some of your favorite athletes, including Isaiah Thomas, Julie Ertz, Sydney Leroux Dwyer, and Cristiano Ronaldo. Stay focused on your routine, get tips and guidance from our athletes and trainers, and reach your fitness goals with Workout Collections like:
• Get Leaner Stronger Abs
• Always Ready For the Beach
• 6-Week Guide to Get Lean, and more
WORKOUT ANYTIME, ANYWHERE
Nike Training Club members love our short, bodyweight only workouts to get the results they want even when life gets in the way.
DISCOVER PERSONALIZED WORKOUT RECOMMENDATIONS
Our daily “Picks For You” are based specifically on your routine. The more you train with Nike Training Club, the more personal your recommendations become.
APPLE WATCH SUPPORT
Focus more on your workout, and less on your phone when you connect your Apple Watch with NTC. Easily advance to the next drill, pause, skip drills, and more, all while monitoring your heart rate and calories right from your wrist.
ALL YOUR ACTIVITIES COUNT
Enter and record other activities you do, like basketball, spinning, studio classes, and many more, all so you can keep track of your fitness life.
And don’t forget — Nike Training Club also connects to Apple Health where you can keep track of your workouts and Activity Rings.
TRACK YOUR RUNS
Run with Nike Run Club, and all your runs will be automatically recorded in your activity history.
NIKE TRAINING CLUB PREMIUM
We’ve partnered with world renowned Nike Master Trainers to deliver their results-focused workouts and programs, straight to you. Subscribe now and get access to:
• 4-6 Week Programs Led by Nike Master Trainers
• Expert Nutrition & Wellness Guidance Including Mindset, Recovery, and Sleep
• New Workout Formats Including On-Demand Classes and Whiteboard Workouts for Gym-style Training
SUBSCRIPTION PRICING & TERMS
Refunds on subscriptions to NTC Premium are subject to the App Store policy. Subscriptions to NTC Premium are non-refundable and there is no right to refunds or credits unless required by applicable law or as otherwise permitted by the App Store policy.
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