Freeletics: Workout & Fitness

Freeletics: Workout & Fitness

By Freeletics GmbH

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2013-06-26
  • Current IOS App Version: 5.16.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 128.60 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Freeletics GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 12,846 IOS App Ratings


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! HIIT workouts • 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. Freeletics Privacy Policy: Freeletics General Terms & Conditions: Do you have any further questions about our app? Send us an email: Note: Prolonged usage of GPS can impair the durability of a rechargeable battery.



  • Has changed my life and body

    By Organ1685
    This app has been the perfect addition to my busy lifestyle. It pushes you to the limit, but the results are real and lasting. No gain without pain.
  • Great with some small issues

    By joshtidsbury
    Really love the app, and the workouts have been fun and challenging so far. But there are some minor tweaks that would make it a lot better: - My calories and move metrics seem to be getting double counted. Not sure why. This doesn’t happen with other apps that write to Health - The app on the watch doesn’t fire up automatically when the workout starts on the phone. I know this can be done, as other workout apps do it, and it’s much more convenient - When moving from an exercise that is rep based to one that is time based, it would be very helpful to have a brief countdown before starting the timer. For example, pull up holds are impossible to start at the same time as you press the start button. Overall, great app, and excited to work through the first 12 week program!
  • Best workouts ever

    By Georgy9898
    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.
  • Incredible App and training product

    By Five Fngr DP
    Incredibly tough work outs for each level of training. I used to be an avid weightlifter but have completely changed and am addicted to body weight training. Great Product!! Get the coach for sure!!
  • Easy to use

    By U2 rocks - get it on Adam!!!
    Well thought user experience. Can modify easily (e.g travel may alter available equipment so you need to modify that workout) to accommodate circumstances
  • Really tough, quality workouts BUT...

    By Sirladytron
    The calories burnt approximation seems high? I use this app while wearing my Apple Watch and the calories burnt on my watch seems astronomically high. I hit my 710 daily move goal almost instantly. When I used the Nike training club app, a longer 45 min workout would maybe max out at 400 calories burnt, and the remaining calories I would burn moving around during the day... A 30 min workout with Freeletics awards me upward of 500-800 for a simple core conditioning workout. It doesn’t make sense and I think it’s artificially inflating my activity stats.
  • Misleading app name - by design?

    By AsiaValue
    Thought it was a freemium site based on app name but no way to test it out first and in the meantime it has obtained user information.
  • Beware of this company scam

    By Joseph Washburn
    I purchased the yearly membership last year feb 2018. Decided the app wasn't for me in July and canceled the app. Feb 10th 2019 another charge for a year came out of my account. Now company isn't willing to refund the money. Would rate 0 stars if it would let me.
  • Still learning how to use it

    By Jelly destroyer
    Very good app. Finally coach is starting to circle back my feedback. It would be nice add non planned exercises, like a weekly 5k or 10k run or 2h of alpine sky practice, to the the training plan. There is a Freeletics “run” app. No idea on run link both apps. The learning curve is not so obvious.
  • No Good Free Material

    By BurtFatkins
    This app is misleading and frustrating. There is nothing of value within the app that is free - if you want to get anything out of it you’ll have to pay. Hardly “Freemium”.