itrain.com

Type of exercise

Body weight training, Cardio, Circuit training, Core strength, Fat Loss, HIIT, Tabata, Toning, Strength training, Stretching, Yoga, Pilates

Benefits & Member Specials

iTrain is an online hub for workouts based on the Hollywood exercising plans and pairs it up with the upbeat, popular music of today. This website has three plans, a pay-per-download, a monthly membership, and an annual membership.

The pay-per-download price ranges from individual workout prices of $.99 to $99.99; the monthly membership is $15.99, and the yearly subscription is $179.99. 

Why It’s Right for You

In addition to having the music and the workout videos available for download, each workout has several levels, so beginners and advanced level exercisers will be able to find their level of comfort. They focus on exercises that get people to run, climb, dance, cycle, lift, and stretch.

Why It’s Not for You

You might also want to take classes where there are others with you, especially for some of the classes which have an added element of fun when you are with others, such as the kickboxing or karate.

If you need a gym for weights or machines, this program is not for you.

Results Expected

You can expect to see results in as little as four weeks with this programs, and the other results you are looking for will be determined on how well you keep up with your workout sessions and which type of exercises you engage in.

Nutrition

There is limited to no information available on nutrition on this website.

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The pay-per-download price ranges from individual workout prices of $.99 to $99.99; the monthly membership is $15.99, and the yearly subscription is $179.99.

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Five Pros:
  1. Accessibility:

    The membership benefits such as videos and emailed newsletters, along with the website, which can be accessed from any device, including mobile devices.

  2. Lots of Variety, You Can Choose:

    There is a large selection of different exercises for you to choose from, so you can pick and choose which ones you’d like to do. The exercises are also different lengths, so if you have limited free time, you can still get a good workout in.

  3. Centers:

    Flirty Girl Fitness has several small gym center locations around the world, including Toronto and Chicago; you could see if you are close and get into to see some of the live classes if you are close.

  4. Working Out from Home:

    There is no gym required for this program. You can easily do a lot of the videos from home. There is also no equipment requirement for most of the videos.

  5. Credibility:

    All of the instructors are masters in their fields, and have the education and credentials behind them when it comes to working with their exercises. You can be sure to get a good workout no matter which selection you choose.

Five Cons:
  1. A Certain Amount of Discipline is Required:

    Apogee programs requires discipline on the part of the member, just like every gym. The members will get their daily subscription email, but there is no tracker to make sure the member is keeping up with their programs.

  2. Injuries or Physical Decline can Hamper Progress:

    If you have medical conditions, it will be hard to start on a level where you will be able to lose weight quickly. Building up muscle and stamina when you have not worked out in a long time, or lead a sedentary lifestyle, it will be harder to get the programs started.

  3. A Lot of Variety:

    This program has a large list of different workouts, from Sculpt to Cardio to STEP to HIIT, and it can be hard to find a good starting place, or it might be tempting to jump around before any good workout results really start to show.

  4. Little Support:

    This program is designed for the self-sufficient or self-disciplined. There are no teachers or instructors to help you through the website or programs other than what you see on the videos.

  5. Membership Fee:

    The financial requirement for the month can be expensive, no matter which level of membership you buy, especially if you are busy or have another membership at a local gym.


7.4 Total Score
Review

iTrain is an online hub for workouts based on the Hollywood exercising plans and pairs it up with the upbeat, popular music of today. This website has three plans, a pay-per-download, a monthly membership, and an annual membership. The pay-per-download price ranges from individual workout prices of $.99 to $99.99; the monthly membership is $15.99, and the yearly subscription is $179.99.

Beginner - Advanced
7
Expected results
7.5
Time per session
6.5
Frequency
8.5
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