Apple (AAPL) officially released the expected answer to the Peloton (PTON) app Apple Fitness +. Apple Fitness+ is now available on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. It is a one-stop shop for your fitness needs, whether you are just starting out or an experienced fitness fanatic.
Costing $7.99 per month or $79.99 per year, Fitness+ gives you access to on-demand recorded workout content for 10 different types of exercise, including daily activities from strength training, yoga and core exercises to treadmills.
Although you don’t need a specific device for each workout, you do need an Apple Watch (prices range from $199 to $499) to activate and register your subscription.
However, in my experience, for those Apple Watch users who want to exercise or who want to go beyond the challenges of conventional exercise methods, Apple Fitness + is a legal home exercise option. And, since only coronavirus vaccines are being delivered right now, this is a good choice if you are not ready to go to a crowded stadium.
A series of exercises that can be performed without special equipment
Although I have so many scales and doctors, you will believe it, but I like exercise. However, I never like guided exercise. I always feel that they don̵
There is a weightlifting bed and treadmill in my apartment. I use it 4 to 5 days a week according to my own routine and record all of them in the Apple Watch. Therefore, I would like to try the exercise that best suits my favorite exercise.
For me, weightlifting involves a series of presses, weightlifting machines and squatting exercises, and I don’t want to change this situation anytime soon, so I decided to choose a treadmill exercise.
When you open the Fitness+ app, which is accessible through the standard Apple Fitness app, 10 workouts will be displayed at the top of the screen. Below, you can get a list of new exercises during the week, beginner exercises, popular exercises, available coaches, and simple and quick exercises.
When you choose an exercise method, in my case, I chose a “treadmill” and you will get a list of daily tasks available to the trainer. You can sort the content according to the length of time, your music and trainer.
I chose the “30-minute treadmill with Sam” program because it contains popular punk music from the 2000s, such as Blink 182’s “All the Little Things”. Basically, I have finished listening.
Impressively, this setup does not require you to equip a specific treadmill, bicycle or rowing machine for this. Instead, you will be prompted during the exercise to tell you to change the machine to a specific setting.
During the workout with Sam, she told you to adjust the incline to a specific setting, but in terms of speed, she told you to adjust it to a “easy” or “moderate” pace or “go all out.” In this way, you don’t have to worry about keeping up with others much faster than you.
If you are looking for a challenge, then some routines will definitely frustrate you. I usually run 3 miles on a treadmill every two days, but when I try to exercise Sam at a 45-minute speed and incline, I need to stop for about 35 minutes because I breathe too fast.
How the Apple Watch fits
When you watch Apple Fitness workout videos on your iPhone, iPad or Apple TV, Apple Watch is the core of the setup. When you start a video, the video will be synchronized with your watch, so your remaining time, calories burned and heart rate will be displayed on your watch and screen at the same time. This way, you can see the distance to the closed ring without having to glance at the watch.
When you close the ring, you will see a smooth screen animation to celebrate your victory. There is also a burn bar on the screen that tells you how you perform compared to other people taking the same exercise. This is an effective motivating factor, which prompted me to work harder than I thought. It is also important to point out that Burn Bar is only suitable for cycling, HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), rowing and treadmill exercises.
If you need to take a break, you can pause your exercise on your device or watch, and both will stop at the same time. This is a great feature that ensures you will never get out of sync.
Try new things and get new tunes
One of the better aspects of Fitness+ is that it encourages you to try new exercises instead of getting into a completely isolated state until you completely exit the exercise.
The “You have to do more” section will provide you with new exercises that can track your recent work based on the coaches you exercise with and the type of exercise. The “Try new things” section provides new trainers who can guide you through the same exercises that you are doing, but slightly different to keep you interested.
All coaches have different playlists for each exercise. If you really want to mine a specific playlist in the end, you can access it through Apple Music and then download it for later listening.
Should you get it?
The monthly fee for Apple Fitness+ is US$7.99, or US$79.99 per year, which is cheaper than the US$12.99 for the Peloton app or gyms that charge US$10 per month (such as Planet Fitness). Although you need some equipment to perform certain routines, such as treadmills, rowing machines or stationary bicycles, it still provides users with a lot of additional exercises, and these exercises only require a yoga mat.
If you want to exercise and need motivation to get started, or just increase your confidence while exercising, then Apple’s line of trainers will do a good job.
The only downside is that one additional course per week, you will not get the live courses offered by Peloton. But other than that, Fitness+ is an excellent fitness app that will help you get blood and really enjoy working out.
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