Good, but frustrating for the home user
There is a lot to like about the app. I love all the plan options and the UI is easy to use. The demo videos are helpful and good quality. Where I am frustrated is that the app is more geared towards the gym user, and not the most helpful for the home gym user. I have dumbbell sets from 5lbs to 50lbs, medicine balls, bands, and kettlebells. The home workout plans do not really utilize the gym equipment on hand, mostly a lot of bodyweight work. The other plans ask for weight that I don’t have. For example, it’ll want me to do dumbbell bench press with 65 lbs—which I don’t have. I wish it could take into account exactly what equipment I have and develop a program based on that. In addition, it does not allow for time constraints either (ie, it doesn’t ask how long you want your workouts). Most plans have 60+ minute workouts. While I do like the app, I find that these issues make it a completely frustrating experience.
Volt = atomic habits
As long as you follow and stay consistent with whatever program you choose, you will see the results.
Great workout partner
Takes all the thinking out of working out so you can just focus on your workout
I love this app. I saw a lot of improvements in my strength and chronic pain, only had to stop temporarily due to pregnancy complications. I’m excited to jump back in! The biggest improvement I’m looking for is the ability to write notes on each exercise, and to specify a band color/ strengths. As others have noted, it would be nice to be able to add in decimals to weights.
Very nice work out. Tailored to me specifically. Kept me moving through “sweaty” and into “tired”
Would like to know which muscle groups are being targeted for each exercise
Keeps me on track
This app is a great way to progress against exercise goals
-Performance, stability, and usability improvements
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