Type of exercises

Pilates, Cardio, Circuit training, Body weight training, Toning, Fat Loss, Stretching, Yoga, Core strength, Barre,

Benefits & Member Specials

Apogee Life is a hybrid community of different exercise brands. With Movenze, Power Pilates, and Vbarre, along with other, they work to deliver a variety of slimming, toning, and power exercises to your computer.

They have several videos available for streaming on your account. You must sign up for an account and pay for each class individually. 

Why It’s Right for You

If you are looking for some variety at home, and you’d like to try a new routine to revamp your exercise, this is a good fit for you. There is a lot of variety, and you can just select the videos you’d like to participate in.

Why It’s Not for You

 If you need a gym, or you are interested in working out that requires equipment, you might not find Apogee Life to your taste.

Results Expected

Results vary on your own diligence and the programs you select. If you keep working out for at least three days a week, you should be able to see progress in six weeks at minimum.

Nutrition

There is very limited nutrition available on the website; there is no customized information available.

Apogee Life

They have several videos available for streaming on your account. You must sign up for an account and pay for each class individually.

Price Varies


Five Pros:
  1. Videos Individually Sold:

    The workout programs on Apogee Life are all available for purchase individually, so there is no need to worry about paying for something you don’t use.

  2. Accessibility:

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

  3. Lots of Variety, You Can Choose:

    There is a large selection of different genres of exercise, 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.

  4. Quality:

    The videos on the platform are high quality and deliver on the promises for a good workout.

  5. Centers:

    Apogee Life has several small gym center locations around the country; you could see if you are close and get into to see some of the live classes if you are close.

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:

    Apogee Life’s programs have a large list, 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. Lack of Nutritional Information:

    There is no assistance with nutritional information or dieting. The tips and tricks they have listed are limited and might not apply to all involved.


7.4 Total Score
Review

Apogee Life is a hybrid community of different exercise brands. With Movenze, Power Pilates, and Vbarre, along with other, they work to deliver a variety of slimming, toning, and power exercises to your computer.

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