A coworker suggested this app being that I’m just getting back into the swing of working out regularly. Our job isn’t the most consistent as far as schedules go so and we travel a lot so I don’t get to utilize my local gym membership as often as I’d like to. Hotel gyms aren’t always the best and I love that I can get a total burn with minimal equipment. I purchased the premium subscription and I don’t think I’ll go back to paying hundreds of dollars a month to a personal trainer again as so long as Nike consistently produces new quality workouts! Well worth the $15/month
I used to use this app a lot when I was deployed and first started working out to better my lifestyle. I loved it. I recommended it to everyone in the past. Now with the new updates, it’s not even worth the download. It just makes the brand look like all the other money-hungry brands out there.
Update: I came back to this app to see what changes have been made since my last review. I was stoked to find it looked like plans were actually brought back, but now it’s behind a premium subscription? Is this a joke??? I’m deleting the app for good. This relationship is officially over. In the words of Michael Scott, “It’s not me, it’s you.” Previous review: Alright, I don’t normally leave bad reviews, but I love this app too much not to speak my mind. One of the best features of this app was the plans. I don’t know who thought this was an intelligent decision, but judging by the feedback in the reviews since the update, most everyone hates that plans are gone. Bring it back. There is no need to fix what isn’t broken. I’ll keep the app and hope for an update to fix this nonsense, but you’ve lost a user if plans are gone forever.
I've had this app for several years now. It seems like it's gotten better and better. There are more options without equipment which I like and I like the variety of time that each of the exercises demand. I like having the videos that demonstrate what they are and I like having the option to either do an exercise for time or just a repetition number based on your ability. Just a little sad they are charging now but I understand you get what you pay for
I have been using the Nike Training app for many years, and have enjoyed the challenges and the workouts. The feature that I miss most is being able to create a multi-week plan. In a previous iteration, Nike removed the option to select a different exercise for some parts of the workout plan. Having a low or mid impact option for some exercises was extremely helpful. I am not as young and agile as the demonstrators. What I realize is this app has become a sales app, not a fitness app. I also have the Nike Run Club and The Nike Store apps. 90% of my fitness gear are Nike, but I resent being inundated with advertisements, while the features that are most useful are being eliminated. Not feeling good about Nike! The odor of corporate greed is very unpleasant.
I’ve been using the Nike app for years. I got down to 147 in weight, a goal of mine for forever, by utilizing the plan that the app used to offer. The plan helped me keep track with going to the gym on day when I didn’t feel like it. Based on my results, I suggested many friends to use the app to help them get to their goals. I sprained my ankle and was really upset about it, so I layer off of the app for awhile. When I logged back into the app one day, the plans disappeared. The premium plans look alright, I tried to do the seven day free trial but the app wouldn’t allow me to even do any of the workouts. I use the app still every once in awhile when I am unable to go to the gym, but it’s just not the same. The plans put me in the best shape of my life 😪
As much as I like the exercises on here the Watch app needs to be independent of the phone for it to earn a 5.
Wish I could get a sense of the most popular workouts on the app and you could sort the workouts that way to get a sense of what workouts people are using the most on the app.
I’m a college student and can’t afford the video trainer led workouts. They used to have a few free ones and I loved them. Trying to stay in shape for running over the winter.
How much money does one company need? 15/month or 120/year for an app. I already spend 120 on your sneakers. No thanks. I understand there are some free workouts but cmon. I’ve used this for years and find it disappointing and greedy.