Lose weight, build muscle or simply get in better shape with your personal trainer, Freeletics. Train anywhere, anytime!
With no equipment needed and over 900 workout variations, Freeletics is your ultimate fitness planner - join our community of over 29 million users, and get started now!
Transform your training now:
1. Enjoy 10-30 minute workouts based on bodyweight only.
2. Use our tutorial videos to help you train right.
3. Beginners and advanced athletes welcome!
• See fast results and continuous progression
• Abs, arms, butt & legs - our workouts cover all muscle groups
FREEMIUM BENEFITS & COMMUNITY
• Connect with other athletes and share your recent training for ClapClap motivation
• Add and find training spots, join training groups & train together, wherever you are
TAILORED TO YOU
• Workouts adapted to your schedule, fitness level & goals
• Integrated with Apple Health for personal training insights
PREMIUM - THE COACH
Want to take your workouts to the next level? Subscribe now for personalized training and advanced features:
• Assess your fitness level with our fitness test
• Choose your availability - 2,3,4 or 5 sessions per week
• Get a weekly training plan tailored to your fitness level & schedule
• Receive feedback on your performance
• Give feedback to help us adjust your training plan accordingly
• No space? No problem! The 2x2 option lets you train in a 2m² space
ONE SUBSCRIPTION, 3 APPS!
Subscribe to The Coach and get access to all Freeletics Training Coaches - Bodyweight, Running and Gym, without any additional subscription fee. That’s right. 1 subscription, 3 different Training Coaches!
The download and usage of Freeletics Bodyweight is free of charge. Get your training plan and further features with the Coach, which is available in the app with a subscription. If you decide to subscribe you will pay the price set for your country, as shown in the app, and payment will be charged through your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase.
Your subscription gives you access to all 3 Freeletics Training Coaches - BodyWeight, Gym and Running, without any additional subscription fee. In order to use your 2 other training systems, download the Freeletics Running and Freeletics Gym Apps on the AppStore.
The subscription automatically renews if it is not cancelled within 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your account will be charged for the next subscription period up to 24 hours prior to the current subscription expiring. It is not possible to cancel an existing in-app subscription. You can disable the automatic renewal function at any time by adjusting your account settings.
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The applications Freeletics: Workout & Fitness was published
in the category Health & Fitness on 2013-06-26 and
was developed by Freeletics GmbH.
The file size is 128.77 MB.
The current version is 5.18.0 and works well on
10.0 and high ios versions.
We squashed some bugs. Let us know if you find more. Our developers will fix them faster than you can do an Aphrodite.
The app stays its free but for every workout it now ask for a subscription... that’s not free 🤔 so I don’t understand why the name is FREEletics.
TLDR: This is an advanced program that adapts to fit your needs as precisely as possible. It can only be beat by hiring an expensive personal trainer. No matter how “hopeless” you are to start, you can make it work with this program and adequate determination. Give it, and yourself, a chance. I hope you do :) “Traditional” gym equipment is not backed by rigorous scientific evidence and has actually been found to encourage muscular imbalances which cause injury. Too much distance running breaks down joints and leads to limited mobility later in life. Just trying to be healthy can actually hurt you, if you don’t know what you’re doing and throw together fitness routines willy nilly. There is a large and growing body of scientific research backing body weight exercise, limited free weight lifting, and high intensity interval training as methods of safe and sustainable fitness regimens. All things in modesty truly is the way to go. Freeletics takes the endless variety of body weight exercises, and their countless modifications, then uses them to craft balanced exercise routines that are customized to your level of health and fitness. Every workout has detailed feedback sections for difficulty and level of competence with technique. This is then used to continually adjust your workouts going forwards. I do 5 workouts a week, and in addition I treat myself to separate free weight lifting sessions for the coveted pump once weekly. I also run for fun a couple times a week during the warmer months of the year (about six months without muddy slushy trails where I live). I’m a molecular biologist and although I am practiced at reading scientific literature and researching various topics to educate myself, I’m not a sports physiologist or trainer. There is just too much to account for when designing a training routine- no matter how smart you are, don’t pretend to be an expert where you are not experienced. I have a genetic tendency to be a super gainer (DNA testing and analysis through 23andMe) which makes it easy to build a muscular physique, but also tough to lose weight and get thinner and I tend towards a slightly pudgy appearance. Most of my life I’ve avoided running and exclusively lifted big heavy weights to train. ‘Cause it felt good. This method of training has helped me go from being an abysmal runner to being able to sprint up flights of stairs without breaking a sweat. I started out before Freeletics by barely maintaining a slow jog for steady state cardio- people could fast walk faster than my running pace. I pushed myself for a few weeks and started blacking out while running. My body just couldn’t handle the intense change I was forcing on it. It wasn’t sustainable. Then I started to train body weight first and foremost with lifting weights as a reward and occasional running to test myself. I can now run a mile in about 9 minutes when I start each running season and I’m starting to see abs. This is not easy, you have to commit and really want to change your daily life and routine. It’s about a change in lifestyle from the foods you eat to the way you spend your free time. 20-30 minutes a day makes a huge difference and this app keeps it to really, truly just 30 minutes. Not an hour of planning for 20 minutes of exercise. Don’t plan on “getting fit” with this and then just going back to old habits like not exercising and binging ice cream. You will gain weight back and you will end up heavier than before. Dig deep and really ask yourself if the fast food and sweet greasy treats now are worth obesity and death by heart attack in 10-15 years. You have to really want to BE healthy, not just look like it. Thanks for reading this far and I hope some of my rant has touched you- I wrote it specifically for YOU. You deserve to live a happy, healthy and fulfilling life. If you’ve read to here, you probably already know that you really want it. I hope that serenity finds you and please remember to be happy and spread the joy!!!!
Billed incorrectly and emailed to Hank Waiting for credit Very sad support on this!! Poor account management
It’s been great but the app will not let me finish day 1 week 3 and I’m getting frustrated with this glitch but outside of that I give it a 5 star.
Was hoping the Apple Watch version was more than just a remote for the phone app. Otherwise everything is ok.
Better workouts online
I really like this app. I use to do CrossFit and the fact that there are some set workouts were you can save your scores is really motivating. I love there is pretty much everything you would do without bars or equipment. It does have the muscle up/pull up option which is cool. What would make it perfect? 1. To add more optional inexpensive equipment (box, medicine balls, dumbbells) 2. The social aspect is great. I love to see my friends’ scores and try to beat them. But the problem is that when you click to see a workout they posted, there’s no way to see the workout itself. You have to go to workouts and look for it. That seems to darn cluncky to me. It would be also nice to see everyone’s score once you click on a post to see the comparison not only with me but the rest of my friends. 3. I wish I could skip the cool down because I actually add a yoga lesson after Freeletics. So that is my cool down.
I’ve been using this app for 3 months now and I LOVE it!!! After years of training on and off in gyms, I finally found something that keeps me motivated and really makes me want to train, and the results have been fantastic, not just physical but mental too. The workouts take less than an hour (some half an hour) and put me through my paces. I definitely recommend this app to anyone who wants a structured plan laid out for them to workout and who wants flexibility to do it anywhere. The app is focused on bodyweight training, where you don’t need equipment or a gym and I love that I can schedule workouts around my schedule (or on vacation). I have been doing mainly weight lifting at a gym on and off for years but I always got bored and had trouble sticking with it like I wanted to. I also read about how you should add bodyweight workouts to weight lifting to round out and wanted to try that. In the 3 months since doing Freeletics, I’ve not only been training more consistently than ever but have seen a BIG improvement in my strength and physique. I thought I was generally strong, but Freeletics has kicked my butt and given my body a whole new challenge with exercises like pullups, pushup variations and sprints. I really feel like my whole attitude has improved as a result of training regularly, not just my body. I have more energy, a more positive outlook, and just want to workout whereas before it was guilt that got me to the gym. The workouts are based on „gods“, versions named after Greek gods like Achilles, each one with a different emphasis (example: core, lower body, full body), time length and difficulty. There’s also warmups, cooldowns and specific exercises in each workout. I usually do 2 or 3 workouts a week but you can choose how many workouts you want before you set each week. You also work on a plan according to what goal you set. What I really like is that at the end of each workout you give feedback and the Coach adjusts the next time around. So if you found the exercises too hard, you can tell the Coach that and it will make it a little easier next time. Each step in the workout has a video showing you how to do each exercise so you know what you’re supposed to be doing. Freeletics also shares a lot of tips & articles on health, exercise science, nutrition, etc. which I find interesting. Like most fitness apps, you can share your training results and personal best times on social media and there is a worldwide Freeletics community with people posting and sharing photos & videos, and encouraging each other. Bottom line, I give this app 5 stars. If you are looking for a „full package“ kind of app that builds in great workouts, personalization, a community and helpful advice, you’ll love this. Just be aware that this app is for serious people who are willing to work hard and sweat to get results. Seeing the results will definitely make you feel great and keep you going.
I have been using this app for a long time and the workouts are great, but one day, it will open for a quick second and then it would crash and Id be sent back to my home screen. I re-downloaded the app to see if that was the problem, but it still happens... I don’t know if its just me or if anyone else is experiencing the same technical issues
It just the best. The layout is very strait forward. Small edits that I would like for them to have added have been included in the last two versions. The subscription isn’t cheap but I think it’s worth it, especially if you don’t pay for a gym subscription and use it every week.
Terrible when it doesn’t and you have to start a workout ALL OVER AGAIN.
I have been at it for about a year. The paid subs, with the coach, is well worth the money and far better an investment than a gym. There is little short-term benefit outside of unachievable sets of exercises and muscle soreness in the following days. I was surprised that, after about 4 weeks of 3-4 sessions a week that the sessions seemed difficult, but achievable. After 10 I saw genuine benefit in terms of fitness, strength and weight that I hadn’t got doing other things. I am in my late 40s and have been using this in conjunction with cycling. I can fit the workouts around my work life and have found them a great support. If it was the only exercise I was doing I would have not kept it up - the workouts can feel repetitive but I had seen results so was encouraged to keep them up. Coach is very good, and adapts well from week to week (but not within a week). When I was injured I could isolate muscles in the app and not get any exercises that would affect them. The flexibility to mix up the number of sessions and your focus is great. Highly recommended if you are after something to fit into a time-poor life that will have an impact.
So far so good. Could do better with eating Commiting to it. Couple months should have a better handle on my routine
Firstly, I downloaded this app after reading the App Store story about Freeletics. Don’t let the name make you download this app because it’s not completely free. However, I did try using the full version, paying for three months. Another let down is how they tell you that you can do it anywhere. If “anywhere” means full access to internet. Sometimes images won’t load and you can’t see what exercises you need to do (even though they show it in the summary page, it won’t show at the main exercise page). If you don’t have data, the app will experience problems and won’t sync your run hence you’ll have to log it manually. Or if your internet is slow, you won’t be able to see how to do the exercises. Lastly, If you’re a pro, you’ll still have to have your phone beside you at all times as you have to swipe right to move to the next exercise. My final verdict is that it isn’t as glamorous as it looks. Kind of a let down. I think paying for the premium Fitbit Coach is better.
Great app however be good to have an option to follow an instructor in real time and a timer to move onto the next exercise as oppose to reaching for your phone to continue onto the next exercise.
I love it so far. Very flexible, so many workout options, I didn’t like a few workouts so changed my coach and love it now. Exercise options if too hard, you choose the days that you can workout, you choose if you have equipment or if you wanna do just a body weight workout. I bought the nutrition package as well but don’t really use it much, except some for meal ideas here and there. Yes, you have to pay but come on, it’s cheaper than a gym membership so stop complaining
I downloaded the app and realised that I had to make a 59 dollar subscription for my “journey so I spent nearly all my money and then it popped up saying are all set. As soon as I clicked ok it said my purchase has failed but the transaction went through freeletics if you see this review please give me my money back or give my my subscription
When I started using the app it seemed like it was going to be a diverse experience, specially because of the broad library of exercises the app included. Instead, the “coach” has limited to offer pretty much the same sets of squats, burpees, lunges and more burpees. I’m on week 7 of my “training journey” and I’m sick of doing burpees day after day. Sorry, there has to be a better way.
They should at least add one free sample training.
Do not waste your time installing this app unless you’re willing to pay for everything (which would be better spent on a gym membership, PT etc)
I’ve had the freeletics app for around 5 years but went to the coach version a year and a half a go. Coach is a game changer! I’ve seen real results and have been consistent! The coach version meets you where you are at and helps challenge your from there! I never thought I could do hundred of burpees, but I can now! I’m leaned up and right where I like to be! Thanks freeletics!
The coach program is very good as it eases you into exercising. I have come a long way in 12 weeks and plan on using it for a long time. The only negative is that sometimes it has me do 50 or 100 repetitions of an exercise I have never done before under the clock. My opinion is that any "under the clock" exercises should have been drilled before and maybe included in previous intervals etc.
Called freeletics. Literally nothing is free. Not a single workout. Save your money. Everything on here can be found on YouTube for free.
I was really disappointed when I found out that the app wasn’t entirely free. I don’t have the kind of money to pay for this, but I know my health is at stake. I don’t know how to reach my goals on my own, which is why I downloaded this app.
Decent workouts. A little music or more explanation might help sometimes.
Seems like it would be a good app if t wasn’t buggy. Went through the training on day one - somehow managed to skip a chunk without knowing, then the app proceeded to give me five seconds for some stretches and not for others, and skipped stretches on one side! The app ended with the last stretch half swiped over. Also, the app could use more voice prompts - one for each exercise, it’s hard to transition well without a prompt to let you know what’s coming next. Two stars for now because it seems promising, and I’ll keep using as I subscribed, but have to manage my own stretches at the end :/. Color me not super impressed so far.
I’m a P90X guy but I LOVE the variety I get with these workouts. Rapid. Focused. Intense. Total convert. 50 years old and rocking on!
I’m a certified unintended workaholic and couch-potato-homebody when I’m not working. AND I’m resource limited on top of it! So I very easily and justifiably could, can, did, and do say, “I don’t have time to work out and/or I don’t have any money to join a gym or class...” But Freeletics (FL) answered ALL of my “excuses”... I did it at home on a towel and I used the free version at first! I did the fitness assessment and did workouts that were done in 15-minutes and I remember thinking, “that’s it? Ummm ok, cool.” And I continued to progress and when I hit mental hurdles the FL community was quick to encourage me and root me on. I found people whose fitness level I could only dream to be like and they friended ME... the couch potato! And I found FL friends that were struggling with the mountain climbers like I was! I have stopped and started many times making a ton of empty promises to myself along the way. The long-termers (super fit wish I could be like) are always here to say, “hi, welcome back!”and root me on when I have the courage to try again. NEVER a word of judgement! Even as frugal as I have to be, somethings are just worth buying. For me FL Coach is just one of those things I do just for me. Whenever I am ready to work on my health and fitness, FL is there. The app has gotten SO much better over the years. It seems to really understand your fitness level and provides the environment to keep you safe during a workout by making sure you warm up and do the exercises correctly and then cool down. I am definitely a FL fan and regularly recommend the app to my friends and patients. Thank you Freeletics team! I for one REALLY appreciate you... even if I never become super fit I have already become SO much more fit than when I started! I can do a burpee now! I can run 1.5km without stopping! I can do a 100 of something!!! Good grief the mental challenges this app has help me over come is worth the price alone! Feelings of self efficacy are priceless!
Oh what joy! Had I known I would not have renewed. Which is why I got the congratulatory email and not the notification that it would renew. Oh and there’s no refunds on renewals. Well played freeeletics. Indeed, the congratulations is for your enjoyment. Enjoy. It would be nice if you optimize the app for notifications or reminders to actually use the app. But I guess that would defeat the purpose, which I believe is to GET. THAT. RENEWAL. BABY!!
I am still getting charged even tho I did not know I signed up! I have contacted my pay pal to dispute these monthly charges of over $30.00 a month. I have gone in and cancelled with Apple even tho I do not remember subscribing to this app!! Still, NO RESOLUTION. The company has not even contacted PayPal from the dispute I filed with them. They contacted company and no response! I do not want to have to cancel my card because of this. I guess I am. Over $100.00 charge from an app I have no idea what it is!
Looks great, lovely visuals but within 45seconds of using you’re prompted to sign up with payment for actual personalized plans. Otherwise it’s just some videos showing exercises that you probably already know, oh, with a timer. Worst thing was after verifying email address I started getting spam spam spam and more spam within 1 hour. 52 emails in 24hrs after verifying email address. Mostly telling me how to lose 50lbs by drinking a manic potion type rubbish. Seems this company either sell your email address or their data base has been hacked.
Great workout program. Really brings you to a point that you just can't wait to exercise.
A great service for absolutely free ! I am benefitting from this app and haven't payed a dime . Definitely the best free bodyweight training I have used to date .
The original Bodyweight fitness app, now in a suite of three, is still the better one of the trio. I'll hold one star back for when they give the user more control for viewing performance improvements, exporting workouts, or restarts after long absences.
Love this app!
App keeps crashing every time I try to get started either by fb or by email
It really makes working out and feeling good about yourself easy.!
Really great app for people on the go that need a quick workout. This app helped me exercise through injury when I couldn't go to the gym. However there are Not enough exercises without equipment and not enough for men. Not enough variety of free exercises too. Premium app is too expensive.