Want a fun, challenging, full-body workout that you can do anywhere?
Al Kavadlo has you covered!
Work out alongside an animated Al as he takes you through more than 40+ unique workouts and over 90 different progressive bodyweight exercises.
Automatic workout logging in the app in the Activity view.
Optional logging to the Health app (iPhone only).
Al Kavadlo is one of the world’s leading experts in bodyweight strength training and calisthenics. The author of several books, including Get Strong, Street Workout, Zen Mind, Strong Body and Pushing The Limits!, Kavadlo is also known for his appearance in the popular Convict Conditioning book series. As lead instructor for the Progressive Calisthenics Certification (PCC), Al gets to bring his unique coaching style to fitness trainers and enthusiasts around the globe.
Several workouts and exercises to get you started for free with you training today.
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This update is fixing a bug where logging to the Health app failed in some cases.
Ratings and Reviews
Excellent design with room for improvement
I was under the impression that this was a body weight workout app, so was a bit disappointed to find so many workouts required a bar. I have a pull-up bar for my door frame, but how am I going to do an Aussie pull-up?
I also feel like some of the workouts might not be totally appropriate for their skill level, and a bit dangerous. For instance “static zero” is a beginner workout, yet if done for the 3-5 recommended rounds, it would mean being on your wrists for 3.5 to almost 6 minutes total. Yikes.
A path to follow, or some sort of guidance would be nice. I agree with another reviewer who said it feels like picking stuff at random. Add to that the bar issue, and I feel like there’s not actually much content that I can pick from.
The design is excellent, as is the animation. You can tell a lot of work was put into making this, and despite my critiques above, I think it is a really great workout app. That said, it should emphasize the necessity of being outside at a park, or the need for bar equipment.
RESPONSE: Very good point, bar work IS body weight. I’d just suggest rewording the “...workout you can do anywhere” then, as it implies no equipment.
Many thanks for the valuable feedback and suggestions!
By our definitions bar training sorts under body weight training and calisthenics, but we understand that others may define it otherwise. We hope that people without a bar at home still will find the many Zero Equipment Workouts in the app valuable.
Beginners (and people) are all different, and some will find certain exercises harder than others. We encourage everyone to listen to their body and stop if they feel great discomfort.
Thanks again! We'll take notes of your feature suggestions - they're very helpful when deciding for future development.
I love the exercises
I love the exercise selection. I mix up the different workouts to keep it fun and give my body a break if needed. I also love that now it logs your workouts, no need for a notebook anymore which is great. I feel that the app needs more on programming, the new daily workouts exercises, well are self explanatory but for the rest of the categories it would be great to know how often should I be doing certain workouts to get best results and also be safe.
Great Job :)
Real close to what I’ve been looking for. The progression through the workouts is good with built in timers and the cartoon demo guy. Some kind of progress map would be a good addition to direct me from one workout to the next. Something that shows your gains and the steps you took (or should take) to get there. As a beginner I feel like I’m just picking random workouts with no guidance really. But I do love the format! Way better than apps that use a video of some guy talking.
- 368.5 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 Agens AS / Al Kavadlo
- In-App Purchases
- Premium Unlimited $6.99
- 1 Month Subscription $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.