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5 Best Training Apps: Tested and Rated

“The issue with most apps: Nobody’s actually watching your form. So you can round your back on your deadlifts or rush through your child’s-pose cooldown. BEST OPTION: FlexIt, which connects you directly to a trainer for a live one-on-one session. This means you have somebody watching you every move via a FaceTime-like interface that’s tailored for training. And when your form is off, your trainer can screenshot a frame of your move and telestrate the corrections to you instantly.”

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Best Fitness Apps and Streaming Platforms to Get Fit From Home

“Hook up with virtual personal trainers from 3,000 gyms across the country, including Blink, Gold’s, Physique 57, and more. (You don’t need to be a member of any studio to use the platform.) You’ll train with a trainer over video in a customized workout tailored to your goals.”

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I tried the FlexIt app that brings a virtual personal trainer to your living room

“With hundreds of instructors from hundreds of gyms and fitness studios, the sky’s the limit! I really liked that I could sign up for a same-day session with trainers across the country with various backgrounds. Whether you’re looking for a dance workout or a traditional personal-training session, the instructors have already been vetted and really know their stuff.”

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FlexIt CEO on the Future of Virtual Fitness

“Austin Cohen, CEO and Founder, FLEXIT, joins 'Cheddar Innovates' to discuss its new FlexIt PRO program where you can workout with world-class trainers that have worked with celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Sophia Vergara, Miley Cyrus and so much more.”

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FlexIt’s Head of Training & Innovation: Virtual Training Is Here to Stay

“Finding virtual solutions became a pivot of necessity for athletes, teams and leagues at the onset of the pandemic. Trainers in particular are still reeling from a reduction of in-person training sessions, even among their wealthiest clients. Dedicating a few hours a week to FlexIt, they’re able to supplement their in-person training incomes and expand their client base to new time zones while taking on more business as they hop from one meeting to the next in a virtual space. Gyms can also benefit by having their trainers offer sessions and hedge against the uncertainties of the in-person sweat business.”

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7 Top-Recommended Personal Training Apps

“FlexIt is the newest best-kept secret for training,” says David Otey, a personal trainer and owner of David Scott Performance Training in West Orange, New Jersey. “FlexIt tapped Ebenezer Samuel, fitness director for Men’s Health, to head up their programming innovation. Anything from strength training to cardio-centric sessions can be found in this diverse platform.”

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I've Been Working Out With a Virtual Personal Trainer, and It Helps Keep Me Accountable

“Virtual personal training has been a game changer for me. I have no trouble dedicating 30 minutes to a workout, and I appreciate having the accountability from my trainer. While I still don't love working out, FlexIt makes sneaking in some exercise pretty painless, and it doesn't take too much time away from my work or family. It was exactly what I needed to get out of my rut.”

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FlexIt Brings a New Personal Training Twist to Home Training

"While live-streaming group workouts have become the norm, where Flexit veers from its competitors is with its development of an advanced one-on-one trainer-client interaction feature. Can’t seem to master a kettlebell swing? Flexit allows trainers the ability to help correct each client’s form with a diagram tool in which any type of adjustments can be drawn up, with the client viewing each tweak on his device.”

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Bringing Wellness, Fitness to the Co-Working Industry

“Flexit, the pay-as-you-go gym app connecting users with fitness clubs. The company announced a new partnership with Theragun, a device for deep muscle treatment. Austin Cohen, CEO and founder of Flexit, joined Cheddar to discuss the goal of the partnership.”

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