Inspire Fitness is accessible on the mobile app and on the web. To access on the web, log in with your username/email and password using a computer browser.

Web access is a much larger version of the mobile app experience. When you save data on the Web and sync your mobile, your changes will appear in the app. If you make changes in the app and sync, those workouts, logs, tracking, etc. will appear on the web.

You don’t need the mobile app to use the web. New users can signup on the web and get access to all the same workout and exercise content that’s in the app. Log in and check it out!


From Home, tap WORKOUTS to access the Programs, My Workouts, and Shared Workouts.



Programs displays all the fitness programs that contain one or more workouts each. Many of these workouts are to be performed over multiple days per week. You can choose a program and its workouts in three ways:

  1. Scroll through the list to see the programs in alphanumeric order. You can scroll quickly through the list, or jump to a letter/number by tapping on the A-Z listing on the right.
  2. Search by Fitness Goal and Location. Just tap each of these quick-search options to find all programs that pertain to certain fitness goals and workout locations. For example, choosing “Weight Loss” in Goal shows programs that are geared towards burning fat. If you also choose “Gym”, then the search results will narrow to only show Weight Loss programs that use typical gym equipment.


  • Hotel: Workouts using items found in a hotel room such as Luggage, Water Bottles, Furniture, plus Tubing.
  • Home: Workouts using limited portable exercise equipment such as a Swiss Ball, Dumbbells, a Medicine Ball, BOSU, and Tubing.
  • Gym: Workouts using common gym equipment such as Barbells, Dumbbells, a Medicine Balls, a Swiss Ball, BOSU, Cable System, Pull Up Bar, Dip Station, and Gym Machines.
  • Home Gym: Workouts using items found at home plus a Cable System and Pull Up Bar.
  • Outside: Workouts that can be done outside. May include exercises using Bodyweight, Playground Equipment, an improvised Pull Up Bar, Bench, and Kettlebells.
  • No Equipment: Workouts using no exercise equipment, however, they may require a Chair, Step, Staircase, or Bench.


  • Choose from the list of muscle groups, exercise categories, and general fitness goals.
  • You can also choose 1-4 stars to find Beginner-Advanced level workouts. 1-star finds workouts for Beginners and 4-stars finds the most Advanced.
  1. Text Search. Just tap the search area at the top and start typing in the kind of program you’re looking for. Programs will be searched by its name, the description, and specific assigned keywords. For example, typing in “Abs” will result in all programs that contain workouts with “Abs” in the title, the description, or in the keywords. You can also use Text Search in conjunction with the Search by Fitness Goal and Location feature.Gender Toggle

At the top of Programs is a Gender Toggle with Male and Female symbols. Choosing either symbol will default a Program to display either a male or female personal trainer. For example, selecting the female symbol and then starting a workout will cause the app to display female images and videos. In the case that a female image or video does not exist for an exercise, the male image or video will be displayed. You only need to set your preference one time. The app will remember your selection, until you change it.

Performing a Workout
When you begin an workout from a Program, you will typically see an Intensity screen, guiding you on the reps/sets/rest time for that workout.

To navigate through the workout:

  • – Swipe left/right to move to the next/previous exercise.
  • – Tap once to show/hide the navigation controls.
  • – Tap Track to enter your sets, reps and weight for each exercise as well as view each exercise’s tracking history.
  • – Tap the video icon to watch a video example – requires a cellular or WiFi internet connection.
  • – When you get to the end of a workout, tap COMPLETE on the last screen to automatically save your workout, date, time and all exercise tracking information into a new log.
  • – If you’re listening to music when performing a workout and you watch a video,
    the music will pause to allow you to hear the audio instructions. Once the video
    has ended, simply pinch the headphone control capsule once to resume your

Workout Slider

The Workout Slider allows you to see thumbnails of your entire workout at once. To bring up the Workout Slider from within a workout, tap the arrow at the bottom. The thumbnails swipe left and right, allowing you to see the entire sequence. Tap on any image thumbnail to jump to that exercise.



My Workouts displays all of the workouts you have created in a scrollable and searchable listing. Either scroll through your list of workouts or tap the search area and type in a workout’s name to locate one. Once you have located your custom workout, tap on it to begin the session. You can tap the plus symbol in the upper right corner to build another workout. To delete a workout, swipe across the exercise to reveal the DELETE button, then tap. Note that deleting a workout will also delete any associated logs.

If My Workouts is empty, tap CREATE YOUR FIRST WORKOUT.



The app allows you to share workouts with your friends. The workouts you receive will appear in the Shared Workouts list. Tap on the Share arrow next to any workout to send it to another registered user. Full instructions for sending and receiving workouts can be viewed in the help area in Share Workout.



This app brings you state-of-the-art drag & drop technology on your device with Builder. Here you can:

  • Create your own custom workouts.
  • Search the male & female exercise images and drag & drop them into your custom workout.
  • Browse the exercise images in different sizes.
  • Preview exercise tips and videos before adding them to your workout (videos require an internet connection).
  • Add Strength or Cardio TARGET Intensities (i.e. reps/sets/weight/notes) to each exercise.
  • Choose from male or female trainer images.
  • Create your own custom exercises with a name, a photo taken on your device camera or from your library, your own tip, and add a URL of a corresponding video hosted on the internet.
  • Quickly access MY EXERCISES to add your own moves to your workouts.
  • Edit any Program, Shared, or previously created workout.

This is a summary of some of Builder’s features. Full instructions can be found in Builder by tapping “?”.



Library gives you full access to images, videos, tips, tracking history, graphs and more.

Upon entering the Library, you can scroll through all exercises. At any time, you can choose a Body Part/Exercise Category and/or Equipment filter from the menus at the top. You can also choose to display just your Favorite exercises.

These filters are identical to those in Builder. Full instructions can be found in Builder by tapping “?”. In addition, you can use the text field to search the library (on its own or in conjunction with the filters).

The library can be viewed as a list, or you can tap to zoom in and swipe through a full screen view of the exercises. While zoomed in on an exercise, tap once to view the instructional video or to review your tracking data.

To create a workout, tap the (+) button to go directly to Workout Builder.



FAVORITES displays all the workouts you’ve marked as favorites by tapping the heart icon. You can choose individual workouts as favorites, or tap the heart icon ALL button to mark all workouts in an entire program as favorites. From the HOME screen, tap FAVORITES and choose a workout to immediately begin.



One of the most innovative features of this app is Next Workout by keeping track of the workout programs you have completed. By tapping NEXT, the app will automatically review the last workout you have completed, then recommend a list of workouts that are similar, part of a progression, or working in the same category for you to perform next. This feature was created by an exercise physiologist to give you progressively changing workouts along the same track just like a real personal trainer. This feature allows you to complete one workout of your choosing in a certain track, and then find your next one without having to do another search for a similar type of workout.

You can use the Schedule tab in Next Workout to plan out your workouts for months and view them in your Calendar app and any of your synced calendars.



This app includes five Timers to add precision to your workouts:

Workout Timer
When you start any workout, this Timer begins keeping track automatically. You can view your session time by tapping on any exercise once. Your current Workout Time will appear on the bottom-left. Workout Timer continues to keep time until you tap Complete at the end of a workout. The completed Workout Time will appear at the top of the Workout Comments in your Log.

Rest Timer
To easily keep track of your rest time, or to time a stretch, use the Rest Timer. Tap once on any exercise and the Rest Timer appears in the center of the screen. Tap SET to choose from a selection of pre-set rest times. Then tap START to begin the Rest Timer. A countdown bar appears, giving you a visual reference of your remaining time. You can continue to swipe from exercise to exercise and using the Track button to enter reps and weight as the Rest Timer counts down. When five seconds of rest remain, the countdown bar will turn red and the device will vibrate (iPhone only). A series of beeps will sound when the rest time is over.

Up Timer
Up Timer acts as a stopwatch with no set stop time. Tap once on the exercise to bring up the Rest Timer screen, then tap the Timers box at the bottom-left to entire the Timers screen. Tap Start to begin the Up Timer. Tap Clear to reset or Pause to stop. To exit the Timers screen, tap on the (X) on the top right.

Down Timer
Down Timer counts down a time, like the Rest Timer, but allows you to set a precise time (up to ten minutes) in minutes and seconds using the two wheels. Down Timer can be brought up with the tab next to Up Timer. Tap Start to begin the countdown. As with the Rest Timer, you will see the countdown bar and hear beeps when your time is up.

Sets Timer
Sets (or Rounds) can be timed using the Sets Timer. Here you can set both an exercise and rest time for multiple sets. Tap the (+) to add additional sets with new exercise and rest times. When you tap Start, the Sets Timer will move from Exercise to Rest, then Set to Set, in order. The countdown bar appears during each countdown and you will hear beeps when each exercise and rest is over.



The cornerstone of a great fitness program is keeping track of your progress. This app logs all your workouts in one centralized system. The individual exercise tracking works across all workouts, so you can see how much weight you lifted and the number of reps performed for a Barbell Squat, for example, in all the different workouts you have performed.

To Log Your Workouts:

  • When you complete a workout, tap COMPLETE on the last screen and a new log will be created with all your exercise tracking data as well as the date, time, workout time, program and workout name.
  • Add workout NOTES at this time if you need to.
  • RATE the workout with 1-5 stars.
  • SHARE the workout with friends who are registered users. At the bottom of the screen you also have the options to post your workout progress to Facebook or Twitter as well as email a log to yourself and others.
  • In every Log, tap Track to see a listing of that workout’s exercises. If you tracked the exercises, you’ll see all the tracking information there as well. You can add, delete or edit any of the tracking. These changes will also appear in the each exercise’s History. Tap the trash can and confirm to remove all tracking for that exercise in the current workout.• If you’d like to clear the history for a single exercise, go to the exercise tracking in any workout, then tap CLEAR and confirm that you’d like to remove the tracking from all the workouts that included the current exercise.• Tap SAVE to complete your log entry and exit.• To delete a log, swipe across the log in the list and tap the DELETE button or tap Edit at the top and tap the delete icon.• Your Workout data can also be graphed in multiple ways.Exercise Tracking:


  • When you perform an exercise, either double-tap the exercise or tap TRACK to enter in the sets, reps and weight. Tap (+)/(-) to add or remove a set.
  • Tracking also features Per Set Notes. Here you can make free-form notes about a set, such as if the weight was too light or heavy.

Rep Max

  • The Rep Max tab is a powerful and quick calculator to help determine your maximum weight for different numbers of repetitions. After you’ve performed a set with a weight that was challenging to complete, enter in the reps and weight into Rep Max. Calculation results will appear indicating weights to use for different numbers of reps (that will be challenging but achievable) using a widely used rep max formula.Cardio
  • The Cardio tab allows you to track virtually any cardio exercise. Here you can enter in your Speed (RPM/MPH), Level, Incline, Time, Min/Max Heart Rate, Distance and/or Calories burned.Your Tracking information can also be graphed in multiple ways.To Export Your Logs:
  • To get a comma delimited text file of any log, tap Export Log in the Log Detail screen. You can then enter any email address for the file to be sent to in .csv format. Other programs, such as Numbers or Excel can open the .csv file to view your log data.
  • To export all logs at the same time, scroll to the bottom of the Log List and choose Export Logs.



SCHEDULE connects to your Calendar app, allowing you to create and manage workout events that integrate with any of your synced calendars. This comprehensive feature allows you to schedule workouts in advance, review the workout types on the calendar, and set reminders. SCHEDULE links your calendar directly to workouts, allowing you to create long term plans using an innovative Next Workout loop. In SCHEDULE, you can view a calendar marked with all of your future workouts, plus all of your previously logged workouts (scheduled or not)—each with a workout thumbnail. Upcoming workouts can be viewed as a calendar month view or as a list. SCHEDULE also utilizes your target or actual tracking to indicate the types of workouts on your calendar.


The Calendar app on your device is used to create and maintain the SCHEDULE. This way, you are not maintaining two different calendars. For users that sync their Calendar to MobileMe, Microsoft Exchange or Google Calendars, the workout events will appear on those calendars as well.


The fastest way to see upcoming workouts is to tap Next from Home and then the Scheduled tab. This displays the workouts you’ve scheduled. You can also view SCHEDULE by tapping the Schedule icon next to any workout. You can perform the workout by tapping the name, or edit the event by tapping the schedule icon. If your schedule is empty, follow the instructions below to add workouts.


Every workout can be scheduled. Tap the Schedule icon to see a month view. Then choose a date that you want to schedule the workout and tap the (+) button on the top-right. This brings up the Calendar app’s Add Event screen. The simplest way to schedule a workout is to choose the Start time and tap Done. The default length of a workout event is one hour.

You have the standard Add Event options of choosing which calendar to assign the workout to, invite others, set an alarm, etc. In addition, a workout description and a link to the workout are automatically added to the notes section of the event. From within Schedule or your Calendar app, tapping the link will jump you to the scheduled workout in the app and highlight it for you.

When you tap Done, and you have another event at the same time, Schedule will prompt you to either allow the overlapped event, or to re-schedule the workout.

When you’ve scheduled a workout, it will appear with the workout thumbnail under the month view. Tapping on it allows you to edit the Event in your Calendar app. When you are finished editing, tap Schedule to return to the app.

Note: Scheduling a My Workout requires the session to be synced using Backup Sync first. If it hasn’t yet been synced, you will get a prompt to sync.


SCHEDULE allows you to use two special features with NEXT WORKOUT:
1. When you finish scheduling a Program, you are immediately brought to the intelligent Next Workout screen, allowing you to plan out multiple workouts in a loop. Just tap a Next Workout to schedule it, and then you’ll be presented with the related workouts to add to your Calendar. This continues until you tap Cancel or Home at the top.

This feature works especially well with Fitness Plans, where you are guided weekly and daily to accomplish the plan in a multi-month period. You can always edit your upcoming workouts from the Scheduled list or your Calendar app.

2. Schedule also allows you to plan out My Workouts or Shared Workouts in the same fashion as Programs. When you schedule a workout, you’ll be brought back to the My or Shared listing for you to add other sessions to your Calendar.


Schedule will display all your previously logged workouts in calendar format for quick visual reference of your accomplishments. You can access your logs of those sessions directly from SCHEDULE. When viewing a workout in Schedule that has already been performed, tap the workout name to jump to the Log Detail to share, edit, etc. Note that Calendar Logs are not events in your Calendar app and do not sync with your other calendars. They can only be viewed within the app as a reference. To view your previous workouts in your Calendar app, be sure to set them up in SCHEDULE.


Workout indicators are a great way to get a quick overview of the kind of sessions you’ve scheduled and performed. When you pull up SCHEDULE’s calendar, you can see all the strength, cardio and flexibility sessions you’ve performed, indicated by colored dots on the month view:

  • Blue dots indicate strength workouts
  • Green dots indicate cardio workouts
  • Orange dots indicate flexibility workouts
  • Black dots indicate My/Shared workouts with no targets or tracking

The workout indicators follow these rules:

  • Workouts Programs have “Strength” “Cardio” and “Flexibility” in their keywords and automatically display the corresponding indicator.
  • My Workouts can have a Strength or Cardio indicator if those target or tracking areas have been entered for the session.
  • If you’ve previously performed and tracked a My Workout, SCHEDULE will display a colored dot for Strength or Cardio if you entered tracking in either of those areas.
  • In all cases, your actual tracking overrides Program keywords or My Workout target intensities.
  • If both Strength and Cardio tracking are mixed in the same workout, the one with 51% or more tracking will display.

Note: Scheduled workouts that have not been performed and logged are removed from the in-app calendar. However, they will continue to appear in your Calendar app where you can edit/delete them if desired.



Graphs allow you to easily see your workout, exercise and progress data in graph format. Each graph contains the following elements:


Tap the Type menu to see the list of data choices to graph. This menu will change depending on what graph you’re trying to access.


Tap the Interval menu to see the list of interval choices. Choosing any item other than “All” allows you to swipe the graph left/right beyond the chosen interval.


Subscribers have have the ability to Print any graph and combine multiple graph choices onto a single PDF and send this PDF to the email address in your Profile.


The plot points and lines are color coded according to the legend that appears at the bottom of the graph.

Plot Points

Each piece of data is represented by a colored plot point on the graph.


Landscape graph plot points “pop-up” when you tap on them, providing specific information about the plot point. Most also provide a tappable arrow that will jump you to the tracking data it represents, where it can be edited.


Workout graphs are accessed from the Log List. Tap the graph icon at the top to view either:

Workout Logs per Week

This displays the number of logs created within a week’s timeframe, giving you a good indication of your training frequency.

Average Workout Length

This displays the average workout time for the number of workouts in a week’s timeframe, giving you a good indication of the time you spend working out.


Exercise graphs can be accessed from three areas:

Exercise History

When performing a workout, you can access the current exercise’s graph on the tracking screen. Tap the graph icon to view the different exercise graph types to display.

Log Detail

On any saved log, tap the Graph button to view that workout’s exercise listing. Only exercises that have data to graph will be tappable.


When building or editing a workout in Workout Builder, tap Target, then the graph icon to view that exercise’s graph.

Note that both Strength and Cardio tracking are supported for graphing. You can view different types of graphs depending on how you tracked a given exercise. If an exercise has both Cardio and Strength tracking, whichever has been tracked more will be displayed.

In all exercise graphs, you can:

  • Navigate forward and backward by tapping the arrows at the top of the screen.• Tap the All Workouts checkbox to toggle an exercise’s graph history performed in any workout, or just the workout you’re accessing the exercise from.• Tap the exercise name to view a large pop-up image of the exercise.BODY STAT PROGRESS

Subscribers can view and print graphs of Body Stats Progress for all measurements recorded in the app including: Weight, Body Mass Index, Basal Metabolic Rate, Body Fat Percentage, Waist, Blood Pressure, Calf, Chest, Hip, Neck, Resting Heart Rate, Thigh, and Upper Arm.

Your Stats data can be viewed as both portrait and landscape graphs. When you choose a type from the Progress menu, you’ll see both your numerical progress data and a mini graph at the bottom. Rotate your device to landscape view to access the full options of Progress Graphs.

Tap the Type and Interval menus to view your Stats data. As with the other graphs, the plot points are tappable so you can jump directly to the My Stats entry if you want to adjust anything.


The printing ability can also be used to create PDFs of My Stat before/after photos to document real body changes. In Calcs, tap My Photos and tap once on any photo. Tap the print icon at the top to have all My Photos sent to your registered email as a PDF.



Metrics use your Workout, Exercise and Body Stat information and turn them into quantitative results so you can have the app automatically measure progress for you.

In order for you to see Metrics, you must have completed workout logs, tracking history and My Stats over a period of time. The Metrics can be viewed from the Calcs screen by tapping Metrics, or on the Home screen News slider by tapping any of the Metrics that appear.

Most metrics can quickly be posted to your Facebook wall or Twitter feed to let your social network know how you’re progressing. For Exercise Metrics, tap the exercise name once to reveal the listing. Tap again to hide it.



Print Workout allows subscribers to create printable PDFs of any workout (Free access has limited printing abilities). The PDFs contain video links for exercises with video and audio coaching and can also include custom exercises. Print Workout can be accessed in the following areas:


Tapping the Print button at the top of an exercise, while performing or viewing a workout, sends the workout to the registered email address in your profile.


Tapping the Print button in the Log section at the end of a workout will also allow you to choose to send a printable PDF. When printing from the Log, your exercise tracking will appear on the PDF.

PDF Links

The Print Workout email with the PDF link will be available for one week from the time it is sent from the app.

Video Links

Exercises in the PDF that have a video link will play streaming video with audio coaching in a web browser when the exercise image is clicked on. Video links in any PDF will be available for one week from the time it is sent from the app.

Print Workout Terms & Conditions

In order to use Print Workout, you must agree to the Print Workout Terms & Conditions that display the first time you attempt to use the Print Workout feature.


Auto-Sync must be enabled in order to use Print Workout.


There are three print layouts to choose from; 4, 9 and 16 exercises per page. You can customize the printout by selecting one or more of the Layout Options. They are:

• Image Only – will only print the exercise images.

• Image & Tracking – adds a tracking grid to record your progress. Depending on where you choose Print Workout, Target, History or Tracking may appear along with the images.

• Image & Tip – adds the written tip on how to perform the exercise.

• Image, Tracking & Tip – Includes all three elements.

Paper Size

Choose US Letter or A4 depending on how you want the PDF formatted.



Use SETTINGS to manage your account, subscription, profile, Facebook, Twitter & MapMyFitness credentials, and network backup with SYNC.



If you don’t already have an account, you will be prompted to create an account including a username and email address when first launching the app. To change your registered email address or password, tap Edit at the approporate place in Profile. Should you need to logout of your account, tap LOGOUT.



Use Profile to enter your information so that the Fitness Calculators can estimate important health and fitness measurements based on your entries.


In Profile, tap the headshot thumbnail to add or modify your account image. This image will appear with all of your shared workouts.



All users have access to Sync. This is a unique service that continually syncs all of your personal settings to the backup servers.

Sync starts working as soon as you log in, so there’s nothing to switch on. Every time you make a change in the app (such as adding a workout or editing a log), Sync sends those changes to your online account. You can see that Sync is working after you make a change by a spinning “gear” located on the bottom-right of the screen. This gear is red when is communicating with the server. It will start to fill up “white” in a clockwise motion as your data is Synced. Once the entire gear is white and disappears, Sync is complete.

You must have an internet connection for Sync to work. If you do not have an internet connection, all of your changes since the last Sync will update as soon as you use the app again with an internet connection. You can force a Sync to occur by going to Settings, tap the Sync tab, then tap Sync Now.

If you get a new device, lose or delete your app, you should use your account to log in. Sync will automatically download all of your personal settings. You can even use the app on two different devices. Sync will merge all the data from each device keeping both devices exactly the same.

Backup is continual and data is restored automatically whenever needed. As a general warning, if you delete anything (exercises, workouts, logs, etc.), they will automatically be Synced and deleted from your online account as well.



New exercises and workouts are automatically added to the app using Content Sync. The green spinner at the bottom-right corner of the app activates upon launch and during a manual Sync Now, indicating the app is checking for any new content available.

If new content has been added, it will start to download and the spinner will turn white. When complete the spinner will no longer be visible and the new workouts and/or exercises will be available in the libraries.


When new workouts have been added, a notification badge will appear in the app icon, the Workouts button on the Home screen, and the Programs tab. Scroll to the top of Programs and choose Show New Only to view the new sessions. You can also clear the notification badge by tapping the Clear New button.

New programs (including all levels and workouts) will also be flagged with a “New” banner across the thumbnail. Once you view the sessions or tap Clear New, those flags will be removed. The workouts will remain in the library but will no longer be labeled as new.


You can view new exercises by either choosing New Exercises from the Category filter at the top of Library or by tapping New Exercises at the top of Builder. The new exercise listing will remain until the next Content Sync, when any added exercises will replace the previous listing.




Once you enter your information, Fitness Calculators will determine your Body Fat Percentage, Body Mass Index, Basal Metabolic Rate, Health Weight, and Heart Rate Percentage. For a detailed explanation of each these calculations, tap the (i) next to each.


To create a log of your fitness statistics, use MY STATS. Here you can enter your measurements on different days, and optionally add a photo. This is how to take your measurements:

Calf – at maximum girth between knee & ankle

Chest – around upper lats, just below armpits

Hip – at maximum girth of the hips (widest part)

Neck – at maximum girth

Thigh – at maximum girth

Upper Arm – mid-way between elbow & shoulder with arm straight

Waist – at narrowest part of waist, above the umbilicus (belly button)

Resting Heart Rate – Lightly place your finger tips on the side of your neck or at your wrist on the thumb side. Avoid using too much pressure. Count your pulse for 10 seconds and multiply this number by 6. For example, if you count 12 beats, multiplying this by 6 would equate to an approximate heart rate of 72 bpm.
Measurement is best taken first thing in the morning before you get out of bed or while at complete rest.

Use the progress feature to track any of your stats over time.

Your Progress data can also be graphed in multiple ways.


See your progress over time in the photo gallery.



The app allows you to share your progress by posting updates about your completed workouts using Facebook and Twitter.

To automatically post that you’ve completed a workout on your Facebook wall, use your Facebook profile information when creating your account, then check the “Post” box in the Facebook area in settings.

You can also send a tweet when you complete a workout. To enable this feature enter your Twitter username and password in the settings. These are not automatic and you have the option to not tweet a workout when you complete one.

Subscribers can also choose to add their completed workout PDF log by turning on the “Include Log” checkboxes. When enabled, the Facebook and/or Twitter posts will include a link for friends/followers to view the PDF log, see your tracking details, watch exercise videos and maybe even try the workout themselves.


The app allows you to share your log information with the MapMyFitness online workout calendar. Just log in to your MapMyFitness account in Settings. If you don’t have an account, you can also sign up on the Settings screen.

When you set the MapMyFitness settings to Auto-Sync, your logs will automatically be sent to the MMF online calendar. The sync occurs whenever the app performs a normal backup Sync.



Never before has a portable personal trainer also acted as a real-live one. By tapping ASK, you can submit your fitness questions to our team. Included in your email is a summary of your app usage, to help the team answer your fitness question. Although emails are answered quickly, please allow at least 24 hours to receive a response.

You’ll get a response to the email you used when you created an account. Subscribers have unlimited access to the fitness team to help you reach your fitness goals.

Ask a Support Question – Our tech team is also here to answer any App questions, listen to feedback, fix issues and take suggestions. Anyone can ask a Support Question, right in the App.



Tap MORE to get the latest news, streaming video tutorials and more. Note: This feature requires internet access.