LES MILLS™ ON DEMAND: Stream Cardio, Strength, HIIT, Core, Flexibility Classes
Online workouts from LES MILLS, the world leaders in group fitness. Get
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Love LesMills OD and this app is fantastic from a user experience and performance perspective. I gave 3 stars because we need one more feature that would make it less daunting to find workouts (there are so many types and episodes to choose from) and easier to get yourself on a schedule. I’d love the ability to “schedule” workouts for a specific date - in the app - so I can plan a weekly calendar view. It would be nice to be able to add specific workouts to a date, where in that day I can just click on it and workout and it have to search for it. Sith so many to choose from, being able to see a history of what I’ve completed and when would be super helpful. I posted this idea in the FB group and received a bunch of DMs supporting it. LesMills posts workout plans on the LesMills site and FB files area you can download and print. This isn’t feasible or practical for many of us who travel and want/need things to be mobile with us. It would be awesome to be able to “join” those in the app and add the workouts to a calendar in the app associated with my LesMills account. I have a treadmill with IFit coach and they’ve definitely mastered the idea of scheduling their on demand workouts to your personal workout calendar or joining a series of planned workouts. You may want to check out what they’re doing.
The good: I am a huge fan of Les Mills gym classes and when I found them On Demand, I signed up immediately. I no longer have to pay for a gym membership and personal training and I have no excuse not to work out. But I don’t even think that way. I look forward to taking all the classes. I love the tutorials and beginners classes to ensure my form is proper. I’m even learning to dance from their dance classes. The Body Pump class is my absolute favorite and is the original reason I became a Les Mills lover. I get excited to see all the new classes that come out each month. The emails that they send motivate me and I am grateful for them as well. Sign up and buy the equipment if you have not done so yet. The disappointing: When I placed my order with Les Mills for all their equipment on Cyber Monday this past year, I contacted their customer service to let them know that they charged me the wrong price and they never resolved the issue. It was not a lot of money and I love the company and the product so much that I did not let it get me down. What that experience did was disappoint me and see an area that the company needs to work on improving. All in all, thumbs up. Les Mills is a part of my everyday and I would never cancel having Les Mills On Demand.
This app is really a great asset for those that don’t have time for, like, or don’t know what to do at the gym. The programming provides much variety from Barre (the weakest program) to GRIT (HIIT) with everything in between. There is enough programming currently uploaded to last you probably half a year doing a different workout everyday. I would suggest that LMOD add more videos on alignment and make more effort to make sure their presenters also use correct body alignment. LMOD also has an online community, contests, workout programs for various goals with corresponding workout to do. These elements are nice. It would be nice if these could be included in the app some how. I think the pricing is good. It’s to bad they don’t offer professional discounts to instructors maybe that could really help their brand presence in USA something I believe they have struggled with but maybe it’s because of the business model of subscriptions. One last improvement would be the ability to be able to design your own workout with amount of time available and parts of body to work.
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