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I have been using this app for two years now, on & off. I recently stopped using & stopped training altogether going on 8 months now. Just yesterday I started again & finished my previous week from way back when I stopped 8 months ago. When it asked me to choose how many workouts I would like to do for the week at the weekly reset, it didn’t let me choose how many, like it used to. I like to do 5 a week. I started it thinking it was just lagging & I figured it would remember my preference & choose the 5 days like I always did before. However, it only chose 2 days! Is there any way to RESET the week so I can choose 5 days? This is Very Irritating! I have NEVER had any issues with the app before now. Did something in the latest update change this or bug this? I’d like to know how to reset it since I am quite sure that the routines it chose for me for just 2 days will be more rigorous & take longer, which I don’t have the extra time for in my busy day to day routine. Please tell me how I can reset this. Is there even a way to do that?
I’m writing this review specifically because I was really impressed this week with my first email exchange with Runtastic’s app support team. A few things first though: First of all, the app makes it easy to get started on a training plan. I love most the fact that I don’t need any special workout equipment, because if I did, I wouldn’t be morivated enough to make a habit out of it! Second, I love the questionnaire at the beginning and end of the plan, each week, and each day’s exercise. And the fact that the training plans are customized for you and tweaked along the way to deliver achievable, measurable results. I’m halfway into my second training plan, and I ran into a bug that wouldn’t allow me to “finish my week” and start the next week’s exercises. After emailing back and forth a couple times with Runtastic customer support, they opened up a ticket with their QA engineers. Within 1-2 days (including time zone differences) I received an email letting me know that they had pushed an update to their app that should fix that bug for me. That’s pretty great support, and a fast turnaround to boot! So I thought it deserving of a review to share my good experiences so far with the Results app. :) Thanks gents/ladies, Jordan
Things I love about this app. Great tutorials that help me do the exercises properly. Customized work out based on my fitness level. A nice system for tracking my fitness. I have been looking for a body weight-based workout routine because I hate gyms and I don't want to buy a bunch of gear. This does that well! Things I don't love about this app. The app itself is huge. Then it caches a bunch of video that cannot be deleted from your phone. This thing will seriously eat up space on your device. It's a bit slow and requires tons of button clicks to get even basic things done. This app could be streamlined and made so much more efficient. For example, when I am done with a work out let me go right to stretching. Don't make me go all the way through three tabs and start stretching from a totally new page. Finally, make all the buttons work. The only reason I am writing this review today is because I absolutely could not click no in the app. Shame on you and 3 stars instead of 4.
I love this app! Just started using it seriously about 2 weeks ago and I am finally getting into a good routine. The workouts are short so I can fit them into my busy schedule but I still get a great burn and I’m definitely sweating throughout. Keeps me motivated and they’re simple to follow so far. Great design and looks sleek and professional. ONE REQUEST: I wish there was a way to turn on a tone/sound rather than the voice for the timed portions of the stretches and exercises (20 sec plank, 30 sec child’s pose, etc) because I’m not great at counting and I don’t want to have to look at my phone constantly to know when the time is up. Especially for stretches so I can focus on winding down/enjoying the stretch and addressing my body rather than being worried about time. The voice is okay but takes away from the music I play on my phone while I’m working out.
I had tried other fitness apps but this one is definitely for me! Having gone through intense hardcore training HIIT workouts for time, this one is so convenient for time and overall time management. Anyone who lives and breathes can make time for these exercises. And not having to fuss with equipment and mats you can workout literally anywhere, I do it in the comfort of my living room and it’s become a wonderful habit. And being a bit competitive to beat my time helps significantly. So if you enjoy working out for time and trying to beat your time, will really help push you to the max. I’m in week 11 and have seen some nice ab carving and I have a two pack and almost can see a four pack forming! Who said abs are made in the kitchen, clearly has never tried this app?! So pumped!
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adidas Training by Runtastic is ranking in Health & Fitness
Last update was at Jan 20, 2020and the current version is 4.8.
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