iFit: At-Home Fitness Workout

iFit: At-Home Fitness Workout Wiki

Written by ICON Health & Fitness, Inc.

Rated 4.64799 From 23,252 Votes
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  • Last Updated: 2021-04-03
  • New version: 2.6.53
  • File size: 434.34 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

iFit: At-Home Fitness Workout

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iFit: At-Home Fitness Workout is an iPhone and Android Health & Fitness App, made by ICON Health & Fitness, Inc.. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - ICON Health & Fitness, Inc., with the latest current version being 2.6.53 which was officially released on 2021-04-03. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 23,252 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.64799 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

Free 30-day trial to enjoy workouts at home! Interactive. Personal. Training. The iFit app gives you access to thousands of interactive, at-home workouts, including HIIT, cardio, strength training, yoga, and cycling —all on your iPhone or iPad. Use it with or without your iFit-enabled equipment for a high-energy workout experience! FEATURES Access thousands of at-home workouts, led by world-class trainers. From energizing Studio Classes to Global Workouts filmed all over the world, you can choose from a variety of exercise classes, including: Running Walking Cycling Rowing Strength training HIIT Bodyweight workouts Yoga Cardio Treadmill Abs GLOBAL WORKOUTS Virtually train and travel all over the world with Global Workouts. From Antarctica to Bora Bora, you’ll burn calories as your trainer coaches you through workouts in stunning locations. Enjoy learning information about each destination’s history and culture while you sweat it out! AT-HOME TRAINING Work out with more than 100 personal trainers in the privacy and comfort of your own home. With a variety of training styles and personalities, you’re sure to find the perfect fitness coach. USE WITH OR WITHOUT EQUIPMENT You can use the iFit app with or without fitness equipment. If you don’t own equipment, simply choose a workout and follow along at home! If you do own equipment, pair the app to your machine, so your trainer can fully control your workouts. WORLD-CLASS TRAINERS We've hand-selected more than 100 of the industry’s best trainers, including Olympians, professional athletes, and biomechanics experts. You'll feel guided, motivated, and challenged—no matter your level of fitness. IMMENSE FITNESS LIBRARY You're never limited with the endless possibilities of iFit workouts. Choose from thousands of workouts—whatever suits your mood and motivation. REAL-TIME STATS Stay on track by quickly viewing your metrics during any workout. You can also view your post-workout summary, as well as your entire workout history, to measure your progress over time! HANDS-FREE, INTERACTIVE WORKOUTS Follow your trainer’s cues as they take control and automatically adjust your machine’s incline, speed, or resistance for you. With this unique type of training, you can spend less time fussing with buttons and knobs and more time focused on your workout. STUDIO CLASSES Immerse yourself in the group energy of iFit Studio Classes. With upbeat trainers, incredible music, and a touchless workout, you'll feel motivated from start to finish. USING THE IFIT APP Non-equipment users: Download the iFit app to start your FREE 30-day trial and start working out with iFit! After your trial, your subscription will auto-renew, based on the membership you choose. These prices reflect your selected billing frequency: Individual Monthly $15/month iFit-enabled equipment users: A year of iFit is included with select machine purchases. Log in to your account on your machine to access the full workout library. Payment will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will renew automatically unless canceled at least 24 hours prior to the end of the subscription period. There is no increase in price when renewing. Subscriptions can be managed, and auto-renewal turned off in Account Settings in iTunes after purchase. Once purchased, refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. Read our full Terms of Service at https://www.ifit.com/termsofuse and our Privacy Policy at https://www.ifit.com/privacypolicy.

Top Reviews

  • Awesome Concept - functionality not so much

    By good tracking tool
    Let’s start with the positive; love the outdoor class options, live options are limited but are decent, trainers are educated, motivating and scenery is great. Love the interactive nature of the bike with the trainers such as incline/decline adjustments. Feel like you are really there. Negatives: App on Nordictrack S22i bike times out often, cumulative workout data works sporadically (frustrating esp when you are trying to stay motivated and track time on the bike and mileage). Error messages pop up frequently when ‘saving’ workouts and they don’t save all the time. Should have an option to manually add workouts to be sure things are tracked. App on the iPhone doesn’t show cumulative data at all (don’t know if it’s weekly or total stats - should have all those options) and Bluetooth option doesn’t work with the app/bike. No search functionality which is annoying. Filter options are decent though. System often buffers and sometimes historical ride data doesn’t show up at all. I even tried uninstalling and installing, clearing the cache, etc.....need to get this infrastructure fixed or people will get frustrated and go elsewhere. I’ve had better luck with regular Iphone apps like map my run for the tracking aspect - at least it doesn’t lose the data! Hope all of this gets improved as it has a lot of great potential and I love the bike but yikes on all of the issues!
  • App is great in controlling connected equipment but lacks some of the most basic features

    Giving the app 3 stars because it does quite a bit. However, it lacks some of the most basic features that consumers expect to have in a similar app. First and foremost, the Browse section lacks search capability, which requires users to spend a good bunch of time looking for the workout they want to start. People have limited time to workout and if it’s taking me 5-10mins to continue scrolling up and down then thats half my workout time spent. Not to mention the headache (literally) I receive through scrolling up and down. Second, there’s no way to control the video - move it forward to where you left off. Several people get interrupted for various reasons and the last thing they need is to start the same workout from scratch. Big blow on motivation. Lastly, if one starts first of a series of multiple workouts, they have to go to the browse screen and spend a long time (related to first issue listed above) to start the connected second, third related workouts and so on. Having said all of the above, I believe iFit is definitely a great start with tons of improvements awaiting. They need to move forward and close the gap on these basic capabilities before other competitors come to market with better experience and enhanced controls.
  • Great program, terrible app

    By joffreybieber
    I love the idea of iFit and really enjoy all of the sessions so far, but this app is really not good. There are some good things about the app. The quality of the videos is good, and the controls for the machine are relatively responsive. The app does lag a bit in some areas, particularly loading and saving workouts, but no breaking bugs that I have noticed yet. However, when it comes to finding workouts to do this app is simply just a dump of every video they offer with no infrastructure in place to find the workout for you. The organization of the videos is in endless tabs arranged by series. There is no searching, filtering, or sorting of any kind. This really falls into the bare minimum of what an app like this should have. If you want to find a workout for a given intensity or skill level, your only option is to swipe through the tabs until you find something with a promising title, select one of the videos in the series, and hope that it is one of the ones with a description that includes the intensity, because not all of them do. I will adjust my rating if future updates improve the workflow but as an application developer by trade the laziness of this app is a major let down. Seeing as this app is a key component to using iFit for entry level NordicTrack users (and non-NordicTrack users), improving the user experience in the app would increase the value of iFit tremendously.
  • Good for C19 workout

    By LifesRf
    I am using a Proform bike with iFit. The iFit App is a great tool for scheduling your workout. You have choices from mountain to road bike. You have a ton of excellent trainers with a variety of skill sets to train you on. The App has most of the necessary categories you want to monitor for - incline, power, time left and RPM are the most common used by trainers. Rate of Perceived Exertion is missing in the App - so I normally combine this with Watts and RPM and judge from 1-10 how much RPE I am exerting. With C19, iFit never stopped providing programs. They continued with more C19 bike series outdoor and indoor program. Why I gave it a 4 star is that their app is wanky - when starting in the morning- even after you select a program and Bluetooth has connected to the bike - it goes often to Manual Mode. So I have to exit out again, go back to navigation and select my program again. This is a bug that has been there for 6 months now. The other reason is navigation. It’s just ok, but could definitely be improved. It does remember your last filter. If I have a bike, it should focus on bike and not provide other features like trails. I can compare this with Peloton- and the IFit trainers are better. But if we’re talking about the software- there are lots of room for improvements.
  • Love it!

    By loopuy
    There is a trainer or workout for every body and level on iFit! Don’t get discouraged, browse around and find your fit. I don’t like studio workouts, or too much cheery hype but I do like to learn so when I stumbled on Tommy Rivers Puzey during my iFit trial period I was instantly hooked & subscribed! I’ve gone from barely being able to sustain a slightly faster than walk pace for a minute to running at incline for over 30 minutes. Find your trainer/s and stick with the program but don’t be afraid to explore & know that you can override the preset parameters to suit your level. The monthly challenges are a great way to find new trainers and series types. I mostly use the app connected to my treadmill but I have also used it a bit with a rower and elliptical (and a mindfulness series and yoga). Occasionally I get “stuck” in a workout but that’s my wifi, not the app, and eventually it catches up. Love that I can schedule workouts via calendar and that the app is improving (yay for being able to search by trainer!)
  • Promising, but falls short in so many ways

    By sputnikSF
    I love my NordicTrack rower, and iFit has decent content and a simplified on-screen stats display. But the iFit iPhone app and onboard app need a lot of work. Where to start... the calendar is a great idea, but it has a major bug rendering it useless: each day, all of my previous workouts appear for that day even though I previously completed them. Today I have 38 workouts scheduled for me. What else...The app gives me an option to connect Bluetooth to the rower. It never connects. The content browse and suggestions are full of workouts that are nowhere close to my needs or interests, so it’s frustrating they are front and center — eg I only have a rower and I’m not a beginner, so why all this basic non-rower stuff in my face? It makes it really really hard to find the rower workouts at all, let alone the ones at my level. There’s more...e.g. In the app, I thought I’d have fun and share my workout on social. Tapping the share button flashes the button, but that’s it — no share options appear. And then there are missing basics for a modern workout app in 2020: no Apple Health integration, no way to download stats, terrible/non-existent aggregate reporting (including on the iFit website)... I hope these developers get some funding so they can bring this app into the 21st century.
  • Love the workouts, but...

    By Dimp21
    When I first purchased my Proform treadmill, I had zero desire to use the IFIT app. However, after one workout, I fell in love! I’ve been using the machine and following workouts on the app for 6 weeks, and I’m obsessed with several of the walking and running series available. The reason I did not give the app 5 stars is because it is missing what I think is a major component, video controls. I have been kicked out of two workouts recently (which could be a glitch itself), but when I tried to resume I found that there is no way to skip ahead to get to the place I paused, without starting the workout from scratch! As a mother of young children, it’s inevitable that I will need to pause or even temporarily stop my workout to take care of my children. I don’t have the time to restart my workout, especially when I’m already 20 minutes in. Video controls that would allow me to pick up my workout at any point would be so helpful. Or maybe some other type of save and resume function would be great. Either way, I do love the IFIT app, I just need a little more flexibility in controlling the workouts!
  • App Interface needs some love

    By Jaekani
    I purchased a HIIT trainer for Christmas and I’ve been using this program since it came with my purchase and I’ve been loving the workouts. It’s so neat to travel to different areas of the world and actually feel like you’re running along the trails or hiking along a mountain slope. The trainer is right there beside you and helps to keep you motivated and pushing through the workout. Top remarks for the programs and the trainers. Where this app falls short however is the UI. It’s hard to search for something and it seems the categorization of everything is all over the place. It’s was difficult to find a series of workouts that were tuned down to a beginners level or for one that was fully appropriate for my particular machine. And then it also appears that there isn’t a way to check out my stats other than what shows up on my actual machine. It would certainly be nice to know what my average pace was for the past week, or how many miles I put in, but for now I haven’t been able to find it. I’ve fairly tech-savvy, so I’ll update this review if I manage to find it, but for now I’m fairly certain it’s not there.
  • First walk with ifit

    By Christina&Carina
    My family needed a new treadmill- hubby had had a heart transplant, daughter neck surgery and I needed to lose some paunch. Did some research and saw a low priced Pro-Form with Ifit at the Aldi grocery store! At that price it seemed worth a try. We would be walking, not running- and the brand is one of the best. I let my oldest daughter and husband set it up, so I don’t know how complicated it was. I did not hear any cursing and no real complaints, so it must have been tolerable. Today I used it for the first time and had a really good time! The iFit let me do a guided beginner walk around the Egyptian pyramids, a slow mile. It was great fun to see things from a walkers perspective and have an enthusiastic, knowledgeable guide. I am actually looking forward to going into the pyramids tomorrow! I used my phone as the screen, which was fine, but tomorrow I’ll have the iPad charged. I love the idea of walking and touring. A better escape than the news or tv. A great way to exercise and learn. I hope it will keep me motivated
  • Love the app but missing one thing!

    By Venussama
    I have been hooked on iFit since I got my new treadmill in January and I struggle to get off I love it so much. There’s so much variety in terms of workouts and challenges and there so many trainers you are sure to find a ton you enjoy working out with. My only criticism is that (unless I’m mistaken) you cannot schedule workouts from the app. It would be a life save to be able to schedule workouts from the browse/live calendar and then have push notifications on your phone to remind you when they are coming up. Right now I’m having to set my own reminders in Google and even though this works it would be great to have it all in the one app. Then you could look at the calendar within the iFit app and it could show you your future scheduled workouts. Right now the calendar on the app seems like more of a history than a calendar or schedule. Keep up the good work!!

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