Nike Training Club app is filled with workout options that you can tailor to your own individual needs, all you need is your phone some equipment and you are ready.
The app requires some equipment and you can play music from you smartphone (bonus). The music fades out with a count down timer to indicate the next move.
Do you ever download an app that sounds really cool, use it for half an hour and either: a. never use it again; or b. delete it from your phone? (Guilty!)
This is by far one of my most loved app’s that I always leave on my phone.
Alert: The Nike Training Club app is made for women but can be used by anyone in my opinion.
I’m a last minute kind of girl and you will often find me rushing to make things on time. So convenience is at the top of my list when it comes to, well anything really, but fitness too.
It’s so important with our (as everyone always says) “busy lifestyles” to have something thats good for us AND convenient.
The app includes workouts for the following four options:
- Get Lean
- Get Toned
- Get Strong
- Get Focused
The last one is new to me so I am yet to try it however it includes 15 minute workouts to target specific areas.
I have tried workouts in both one and two. They app shows each movement in a video option and changes the move regularly enough so that you do not get bored or loose focus.
Being able to add your own playlist from your library is my favourite addition to the app as this is what motivates me the most, music. If you want some new and different song selections don’t be afraid to check out my fortnightly Wednesday Mix to see what keeps me going: http://www.wondrous.com.au/category/wednesday-mix/.
Oh and the best part? It’s FREE.
I can never go past a free app. Once you download and use it you will not have a clue how you managed to be a part of such an awesome program for free.
You will be required to use some equipment in various workouts such as a medicine ball or a skipping rope. This makes up for the fact that you do not have to pay for the app or any program.
You can select a workout based on what equipment is required and also improvise. I recommend viewing over a number of workouts and deciding on some equipment you feel you would use the most. You can never go wrong with a medicine ball in almost all of the workouts.
I was lucky enough to recently receive 1kg hand weights as a gift from an interview I agreed to do with a gentlemen named Reza. He is working on incidental exercise for his major project at UNSW under an Industrial Design degree (which I am super excited about).
I cannot wait to see what kind of product he produces and I will be sure to share it with you guys. If you want to make sure you don’t miss out, don’t forget to subscribe and you’ll be sure to stay in the know.
How do you feel about working out wherever you want?
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Just your typical pet crashing a workout photo: