A full body workout that you can take with you wherever you go.
The Daily Workout App guides you through a full body workout that lasts 10, 20, or 30 minutes. You can let the app randomly generate a full body workout for you or you can go into the settings and customize your own full body workout from all of the available exercise options in their library. The randomly generated workout has good variety between all the different muscle groups. The custom option would be good to mix up some cardio in appropriate places to turn it into a HIIT weight training workout.
The app gives you a repeated visual of each exercise for the specified amount of time. Each exercise also has a description of the move under the video for further instruction. For the full body workout, you will go through 20 moves for either 30, 60, or 90 seconds, depending on the length of your workout. The individual focus workouts go through 10 moves for either 30, 45, or 60 seconds, depending on the length of your workout.
- The workouts are customizable. You can go into the settings and create and save your own personal workouts.
- You can customize your level of working out by increasing your exercise time.
- I would recommend that beginners start with the 10 minute workout. This will give you 30 seconds of exercise for each move. Intermediate could use the 20 minute, And Advanced doing the 30 minute workout, for a full 90 seconds for each move.
- You can also focus on a daily muscle group and use the individual target exercises on different days.
- This is a great way to get a full body workout over a weeks time, rather than all at once.
- Beginners could start with a daily 5 minute individual workout. (You can do anything for 5 minutes! And who can’t fit 5 minutes of exercise in…)
- Personalization of exercise moves are limited.
- Alternate moves for an exercise are not shown. If you need to adjust the exercise, making it either easier or harder, you’ll need to do some research on your own to know how to personalize your workout to your level.
- The moves switch very quickly from one to the next, there is no planning out what equipment you will need for your workout routine.
- She does use weights and a chair (for step ups)
- You’ll also need to have a basic level of weight training knowledge, to help you determine how heavy your weights should be for each move.
- There is a verbal cue given at the beginning of the exercise, otherwise their is no other sound included.
- If you can’t see your screen, this can be hard to know when an exercise is finishing until you’ve already moved onto the next.
- If you enjoy listening to music, you’ll want to provide your own.
The Daily Workout App includes Ab, Arm, Butt, Cardio, and Leg exercises. Each of these are also sold individually as an app. So, it’s a deal to buy the Full Body Workout App and get them all at once. The Full Body Workout App does not include their Yoga, Ball, Stretch, Pilates, or Kettle Ball Apps.