1. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to the Volt service, where applicable.
2. Designed by CSCS-certified strength and conditioning coaches, and powered by Cortex®, the AI that adjusts your program in real time, each Volt workout builds on the last to progress you toward your goals.
3. If your subscription does not include a free trial, your iTunes Account will be charged at purchase.
4. If your subscription includes a free trial, your iTunes Account will be charged at the end of your trial, unless you cancel at least one day before the end of your trial.
5. Whatever you're training for, wherever you're training — Volt makes it easy to get a world-class workout, with AI-powered programs that evolve weekly and never get stale.
6. Volt's Fire/Rescue, Law Enforcement, and Military programs prioritize physical readiness, injury prevention movements, and equipment flexibility.
7. Unlike other fitness apps that randomly generate unconnected workouts, Volt takes a long-term, science-based approach to fitness.
I have lifted a good amount for about 10 years. Sometimes with set programs in high school, and on my own since. It is great having a program again and not having to carry around paper and pencil is nice. Super easy to use too. Full disclosure, I hadn’t lifted for about a year when I started this app and lost some strength. I wanted to make sure my form was right and didn’t want to over-exert/injure myself right away so I started really low with every weight. It automatically has gotten me back to the point I was at in high school in less than 2 months, without feeling like “too much”. For me, the best features are: mobile, automatic difficulty adjustments, video and written instructions for each exercise, and the ability to replace lifts (in case you don’t have the equipment or are rehabbing). I also just found out they have a yearly plan that is cheaper. Would recommend to anyone looking for inspiration or who is plateauing.
I really enjoy using this app and with Cortex which takes into consideration how you are doing during the workout (some days you’re on your game, others not so much) it really sets itself above everything out there. I have been using this for over a year and can definitely see improvement and my son is really enjoying the workouts as well. I used to be an ambassador for Adidas micoach and they had a very similar program and others that were sport specific but they didn’t market it well and eventually left the market. I was not sure what to try and then I found this app. They have improved it a couple times over the past year and each improvement makes sense! From my standpoint adding Apple Watch features, some HIIT cardio or HIIT runs that guides you like the regular programs (and specific to your sport goals) for off days vs. just telling you what you can do on your own would probably be as close to hiring a personal trainer. They have written and video instruction for every exercise so you can make sure you’re doing it right, timers and they automatically track and progress you so you don’t have to figure it out. Add Cortex which tracks how you are performing during the workout and you really can’t go wrong. They even emailed me to tell me I was paying too much and guided me to the yearly payment option. That’s pretty cool! Andrew
This app is amazing. Since I’ve been training for college football I’ve been struggling to find the most optimal workout program for myself. I’ve been constantly changing my programs weekly and it was leading me nowhere. Upon discovering this app, I feel that I have finally found the perfect weight training program. I’ve listed some pros and cons of this app. Pros: *Up to one full year of specialized training program *From track athletes to football players to tennis this app offers programs for any type of athlete *offers mobility, stretching, warmup, injury prevention, and routines involved outside of just lifting weights such as speed training, agility/ladder work and plyometrics. *videos of every exercise to show you how to perform said exercise correctly. *adapts to your training style by modifying your routine every time you work out. *low price compared to having an actual trainer which could cost $50+ per session Cons: *the primers,finishers,warmups,ect exercises do not include videos of how to execute them and some may be difficult to interpret. *no notification sound for when rest time is up. Since some people like myself could get distracted in the gym. I feel the option of having this would be nice. *thats pretty much it. Great app! Highly recommend to anyone who’s interested in training like an athlete. The right way!