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Thor Fitness: Can't listen to music, no commentary, one level = NOT WORTH IT

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Can't listen to music, no commentary, one level = NOT WORTH IT
First of all, this app is NOT for people who need to get back into shape. It's for people who have some familiarity with moves like Burpees, Squat Thrusts, Heismans, all kinds of push ups, etc. The app feels like a less polished version of P90x, without the commentary, ability to listen to your own music, or adequate rests. It's set at a ridiculous pace, has way, way WAAYYYY too few rests between pushing people to do one minute of burpees, etc, and offers NO COMMENTARY on the moves itself. Additionally, the 60 day program is a typical 5 day on, 2 days off routine. The first month is as follows: a Fitness Test on day 1, Plyo, Core, Lower Body, Upper Body, Rest, Rest. Within the first 30 days there are: 3 fitness tests, 4 Plyo days, 4 Core days, 2 Lower Body days, 4 Upper Body days, and 3 cardio days. The rest are Rest days. Because you can't listen to your own music while working out, the app itself offers no commentary whatsoever, it's set at one level only, and that level is CERTAINLY NOT for beginners, and within each program there are too few rests, and too many exercises in total, I would NOT recommend this app to anybody.
daniel brodsky on Sep 18, 2012 for Thor Fitness
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