I have been able to benefit from this program. So far I have used the program for a month. I see a difference in my definition of my body. I hope for more progress in the future!!!
App never worked and never showed up on my subscription list but still charged me $100 randomly.
Make it so you can search for lifts/exercises. The categories make it hard to find exactly what I’m looking for. Example: can’t find leg press, which I don’t even think is in your catalogue of lifts
Volt is a good app overall. It gives you the workout routine you needed for your sport or fitness in general. But having the apple watch would be much better for apple watch user. So they can leave their phone in the bag and don’t need to check on their phone every set. Please work on it very soon.
It’s a great app but I wish you could tailor it to the equipment you have available.
How do I cancel my free trial I’m not 100% satisfied so I don’t want to pay each month. Great app just not for me.
Need martial arts sports routines (boxing, kickboxing, MMA, karate). The rest is 🔥🔥
Main feature needed is the ability to add (not replace) exercises to the prescribed workout. Overall, tremendous job. Keep growing and improving. Don’t redesign just to redesign; the UI/UX is good!
Edit: 27-Jan-2020; still lacking Apple Watch and iPad cross compatibility. This really bums me out. Feel like they’re missing the mark Apple Health feed-in’s. Also, the ability to do something simple like mark “done” on your watch, showing you the next exercise, seems like an obvious want for this app. Not to mention simple features like playlist and music control. Show me one person in a gym without headphones- you can’t. Edit: Reduced from 4 stars to 3, due to lack of desired features from a pay-to-use app. I initially gave this app 4 stars because it’s lacking a couple basic things that any pay-for major-branded app should have (i.e. Gatorade). If I could do half-stars, I’d really lean towards 3.5 stars. 1. Where’s the Apple Watch compatibility? I should be able to adjust weight and reps on my watch. I should be able to select ‘done’ with my current set and see a timer for my rest and see what’s next. 2. Where’s the iPad function for basic users? Volt has all kinds of stats available to coaches on the Volt Team app. Why can’t I see the same thing for myself? 3. I’d like a little more flexibility and tracking of non-prescribed workouts. If I do a finisher, primer, or one of their “extras”, I should be able to select that as an additional workout and have the same rep counter and weight tracking functionality. The app should also track that and put it into corresponding data points for down the road (and I should see that in stats on the iPad app I don’t have). 4. I’d like more freedom on selecting workouts. Right now I can only change the set to what it thinks is in the same grouping (ex. I can’t select curls if it wants me to do a squat). I like that there is the grouping of, say straight leg or bent leg exercises, but I’d like to see a third option of “all exercises”. 5. I wish there was a way to select what gym equipment I have so it could build the exercises around that. Not everyone has a GHD or goes to a gym that has one. It’d be nice to say I have this, this, and this equipment available to me and the app would select exercises that use that equipment. If I have to pay to use this app, then I want more. If Gatorade is paying Volt to use this as an advertisement, then I want more. I expect more. This is a great app that’s really missing the mark by just a few, simple changes.
I’m a 48 year old woman and have been doing the Lean & Toned part of the app for almost 6 months now. I love it and started seeing results after only a few weeks. I do the workouts every other day and have yet to get bored. This is the longest I have kept up an exercise program. I actually look forward to working out. I workout at home so love the option of being able to replace certain exercises due to lack of equipment. Absolutely no complaints.