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Great workouts! Tough, challenging with good variations in exercises. The recent updates fixed the notification bug. Definitely worth a couple bucks if you are interested in an achievable 60 day exercise program.
Orangeathlete on Jan 5, 2013 for Thor Fitness
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Volt Fitness
It's fantastic! It's kicking my butt. Love it!
Jus learnin on Jan 1, 2013 for Thor Fitness
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Tough workout
I really enjoy these workouts ! I did not lose any weight ( because I continued to eat a lotta junk) but I did stick to the plan and showed great improvement at each fitness test ! 5 stars !!!
Leahcimenialb on Dec 31, 2012 for Thor Fitness
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Good but could be better
I have been using this app for a week. I like to workout while listening to music but the app doesn't allow for this. Also the app has crashed a couple of times in the middle of the workout and I have had to restart the entire workout because there is no way to fast forward or skip exercises which is frustrating. Also the timer will beep only ocassionally and radomly when the time is about to end for an exercise. The workouts are good. The demonstrations are clear and I get a good burn from the workouts. *Would like to be able to listen to music while using app *Need the ability to fast forward or skip exercises within a workout *Fix the timer sound effects *Improve stability so it doesn't crash
Daniel DeAngelo on Sep 27, 2012 for Thor Fitness
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I totally disagree with the previous reviewer. The app is great ! If you can't listen to your poor music WAH ! Maybe you should focus on your body versus the music . The video in the app REPEATEDLY tells you to rest if you can't do any more reps. The rests are more than adequate ( I will admit freely that I sucked wind repeatedly during the initial fitness test); The app should have a section demonstrating the exercises I do agree.but in a pinch you can view the first few seconds of the videos during the exercises. I love the fact that stretching is incorporated in the workout as that is my one greatest faults so a personal thank you to the developer from me .
PMED67 on Sep 20, 2012 for Thor Fitness
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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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