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3 Free Exercise Apps - 7 Minute Workout, HIIT, Barre @ Downdog


I am a paid user of Downdog yoga app and I love it. They have just released three apps and they are free forever if you download them in Jan

We just released THREE NEW APPS in time for the new year - all three available on iOS, Android and web!
7 Minute Workout - iOS, Android, Web
HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) - iOS, Android, Web
Barre (Ballet Inspired Workouts) - iOS, Android, Web
All three are completely free forever if you download them in January!

Happy New Year from the Down Dog team!

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  • 7's the key number here.
    Think about it. 7-Elevens. 7 dwarves. 7, man, that's the number.
    7 chipmunks twirlin' on a branch, eatin' lots of sunflowers on my uncle's ranch. You know that old children's tale from the sea.
    It's like you're dreamin' about Gorgonzola cheese when it's clearly Brie time, baby.
    Step into my office.

  • I am hurted

  • These look great. Thanks Op. How does the paid yoga app work, and how do you use it? Cheers

    • The paid yoga is similar you have options to choose the types, levels, lengths, boost, focus, music, voice, savasana length and more. You can also download the video to use later when you have no access to the internet. Each day routines are different. You will pay early. They are running promotion atm usd20/year. Imo, great app.

  • Thanks!

    I think the yoga one is free too.

    • Edit: the yoga one is NOT free, you get 3 trial sessions.

      I assume because these are all new apps they're 'free' in the sense they haven't hit the user load to start charging in-app.

  • Always found HIIT more marketable than Fartlek

  • Thanks for these great way to exercise indoors today with 46 degrees predicted

  • I've tried out the HIIT one (a 15 min session) and the barre one (a 30 min session) today.

    I've used other workout apps like the Nike and Adidias ones, so my views below are based on my experiences and preferences with using these kinda apps.

    - The video quality is good.
    - Audio is also good.
    - I like the option of having songs play as I work out and the flexibility to adjust the volume relative to the volume of the voiceover/cuing.
    - I like the ability to choose exactly how long I'd like to work out for and for the HIIT one, how long the rest intervals are.

    - instructions for the barre one were too brief and quick. No instructions for the HIIT one - just the name of the exercise being read out and occasionally instructions to switch sides.
    - No verbal encouragement to keep going, go harder, etc.
    - didn't like all the songs played esp when the beat or tempo of the song is completely at odds with the particular exercise.

    I'll keep these apps but will probably use the Nike one the most.

  • what's downdog?

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