Disclosure statement: This post was sponsored by The Fitness Games through their partnership with Fit Approach. I was not compensated monetarily, but was provided the Platinum Version of the application for review. As always, all opinions are my own.
Hi divas and happy hump day! It’s the middle of another week and I hope you are doing well. It is also Workout Wednesday here at Divas Run for Bling which means it’s time to share something fitness related with all my readers and I have something really cool to share today.
Have you been struggling with motivation to workout? Are you a competitive person? Then there is a new app for people like you (and myself 🙂 ). The Fitness Games takes exercise and turns it into a game. You can challenge anyone, anywhere, to any type of workout, proudly post fitness photos and videos, or simply challenge yourself with one of the many kick-ass workouts designed by our personal trainers.
There is the option to create your own workout or you can choose from over 50 workouts in the app divided into 4 categories: Cardio, Strength, Full-Body and Cross-training. Players can earn points from these challenges to level up in The Fitness Games and open free workouts. Sounds like fun right?
I was lucky enough to get to try out this fun app as part of my ambassadorship with SweatPink. Here are my thoughts on the experience:
- It’s fun. I am a super competitive person so I love the concept of this app. You can challenge friends, random people you’ve never met who use the app or yourself.
- Variety. There are over 50 workouts to choose from no matter what part of the body you want to work on a particular day. I loved the cardio options.
- Create your own workout. I loved the option to create your own workout as I am in the middle of half marathon training at the moment.
- Easy to use. It is an easy app to use once you get used it.
- Readily available. The app is available for both Apple and Android products.
- Limited workouts at first. If you are using the free version of the app, there are only a limited number of workouts available if you are not creating your own. You can open additional workouts once you start leveling up or upgrade to the platinum version.
- Learning curve. There is a bit of a learning curve. It took a little while to figure out how to set everything up, challenge others and use the app. Once I figured it out, though, it was pretty intuitive.
Overall, I loved my experience. It was a fabulous way to motivate myself to get off the couch and get my workout in.
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How do you stay motivated to workout?