About: Recover is the prehab app for Strava athletes.
The Recover team works with the
world's best sports physicians and Olympians like Meb Keflezighi to design an
app that makes prehab fun and easy.
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I’m really disappointed in the business practices of this app. They advertise that you’ll have access to the exercises needed to help with injuries at no cost. But once you get in, input all of your information, and have a plan created for you, you only have access to a couple videos and have to pay for everything else. To be clear, I have absolutely no problem in paying for something like this. My issue is it was not stated upfront. Please just be honest that it’s going to cost money (and how much) in your description. That way I can make an informed decision.
I’ve had this app for a week and I’ll admit it’s going to take discipline to follow it every day. 1/2 the time I run with a group and meet them 15-20 minutes from where I live so it’s hard to do a warm up before I leave and I’m not going to lie on the cold parking lot asphalt to do it before we start running. Same goes for some of the stretches afterwards and by the time I get home I’m cold and done. One thing I would like to see instead of doing all the sets of the exercises at one time. The app should repeat the sets until you’re finished with the work out. The first time I did it I thought that’s what it did and then I had to start over when I realized it didn’t. A couple of things I haven’t figured out is: 1. I’m 50+ different days different parts of my body hurt worse and there is no way to rate the areas that are tighter than others and I can’t figure out how to change my focus points by starting over with the assessment, I thought when I purchased the premium it would let me but haven’t figured it out. 2. How to share workouts with family members. My son is training for his first 1/2 and I’d like to share custom workouts I created with him. Otherwise, I like the versatility of it.
I’m a construction worker, I also do calisthenics 2-3 times a week but I’ve also got arthritis in my knees. I needed an app that had the right exercises and stretches that would keep me on the path to recovery and I think this is it. I also like the voice explanations and videos, plus you can pick movements that customize what you need help with. The only reason why I’m not giving it 5 stars is because it doesn’t write to the Apple Health app and I don’t use Starva or whatever it’s called.
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