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Freeletics Review

Just a quick one – what’s on your phone? Hold on to the answer for a bit. We’ll come back to that in a moment. Let’s talk about me. I love my phone. I carry it with me everywhere I go, literally. I’m a fitness enthusiast. I love working out, too.

I travel a lot, and that definitely affects my workout routine, right? Wrong. Thanks to the Freelatics app on my phone, I carry my training everywhere I go. So, back to the question, again – what’s on your phone, really? A bunch of communication apps, leisure apps, maybe?

Well, let’s add one more to the list – Freelatics. But what is it? What can it do? Should you have it on your phone? We find out that, and more. And, before you ask…

Table of Contents
  • What is Freelatics?
  • How does Freelatics work?
  • Freelatics Training Journey Overview
    • 1. Week 1 – Assessment
    • 2. Week 2 – 11 – Custom training
    • 3. Week 12 – Getting tough
  • About Freeletics Nutrition
  • Is Freeletics Free?
  • Freeletics Pros and Cons
  • Let's Wrap This Up
  • FAQs

What is Freelatics?

Freelatics is a fitness app. No, not like the ordinary ones you are used to. This one comes with premium fitness programs you can do anywhere, without any equipment. Sounds cool, right? Yes – only your body weight, and maybe equipment you can easily access.

The program consists of a couple of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) lasting around 30 minutes each. So, what makes the app stand out? The fact that you have access to a virtual coach who adjusts your difficulty level based on the feedback you provide after each session.

So if you thought personal trainers are only for celebrities, way out of your budget, maybe. Here’s Freelatics for you! Did I also mention that the programs are fully customizable? No? Well, they are. And it might just be one of the coolest things you hear today.

How does Freelatics work?

Once you have the app installed on your device, you’ll answer a few questions to determine your fitness level. You’ll then choose your top three goals from the following;

  • Relieve stress
  • Increase endurance
  • Loose weight
  • Gains strength
  • Improve fitness

Is that all? No.

You’ll then choose how you want to train; either using your body weight or some gym equipment if you have access to such. Once you’re done answering these questions (which won’t take you more than a minute, by the way), the app will analyze your responses and recommend ‘training journeys’ or workout plans.

These plans are meant to last for 6 to 12 weeks.  They include;

  • Fit & toned
  • Calorie Burn
  • Balance Fat Burn
  • Full-body fitness

There’ll be an overview for you on each program so you can read and choose what best fits your needs. Remember the training journeys we talked about earlier in the text? Let’s go over that once again.

Freelatics Training Journey Overview

Once you sign up, the app collects basic data such as age, gender, weight, and height.  You also choose your workout objective, then proceed with the 12-week plan. Let’s break this down some more;

1. Week 1 – Assessment

In this stage, the AI coach analyzes your feedback and recommends the right program for you. Again, this depends on your fitness ability, as per your feedback.

For this, you’re advised to be as accurate and truthful with your responses as you possibly can.

2. Week 2 – 11 – Custom training

Now, this is where all the fun starts. You’ll get deeper into your program, and your AI coach will continue guiding you every step of the way. The workouts here consists of intervals and drills. But I don’t know what these are. No worries.

For drills, you repeatedly perform a single workout. Why? So you master and perfect it. This way, you’ll avoid injuries and get the most out of your training. I found this technique effective. It helped me work my way through archer push-ups – what I’d considered impossible to master before.

Intervals are, however, different. They’re usually 3 to 5 workouts performed differently. Without brakes? Well, you’ll have a 60-seconds break after each workout. You usually go four rounds for each interval, depending on the workouts the coach assigns you. I must warn you – this could be so demanding to your body.

The coach basically aims at giving you something challenging. So, can you go hard? Do you have what it takes? There’s only one way to find out.

3. Week 12 – Getting tough

There’s a reason they call this “hell week.” It’s the final yet the toughest of all weeks. From there, you can now choose how many days you want to work out in a week. You’ll also decide if you want to incorporate runs and sprints in your training.

Honestly, though, this week didn’t prove as challenging to me as people perceive it to be. One thing I learned, though, regardless of how hard it proves to be, it leaves you feeling accomplished. You’d want that, right?

About Freeletics Nutrition

I wasn’t into the nutrition coach while on Freeletics. But, well, I know a thing or two about it. As part of the program, you’ll have access to over 300 recipes. All these are spread over breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

But that’s not all. You’ll also be advised on the correct food portions you should take. The program also comes with personalized nutritional plans based on your choice, objectives, and preferences.

“But I don’t cook”. I can almost hear you lament. Well, here’s something for you – the program comes with great tips for those who prefer eating out. That’s Freeletics for you!

Is Freeletics Free?

Well, the answer to that would be… uhm

You guessed right – it is free. Not entirely, though. Once you sign up, several exercises are free. However, to access the customized plans, you’ll have to dig into your pockets.

So, how much are we talking about? It won’t cost you an arm and a leg, I promise. The 3-month subscription goes for $34.99, the 6-months subscription is $59.99, while for a 12-month subscription, you’ll part with $74.99.

Good enough, right? I mean, we’re talking about $3 a week for the 3-month subscription and $1.4 a week if you go with a 12-month subscription.  Can you imagine that?

Freeletics Pros and Cons


  • Easy to use
  • Has an excellent tracking software
  • Features productive and effective workouts based on the user’s needs
  • Features over 900 workouts
  • Perfect for those working out at home and while traveling


  • Some music playing in the background would be an excellent addition
  • No audio guidance during workouts
  • Breaking up the workouts into segments kind of effects the flow

Let’s Wrap This Up

Is the Freeletics app worth the shot? A big fat, yes. Cleared some space on your phone already?

Here’s a chance to dine with kings by getting a personal AI coach. One in a lifetime chance, or is it? The app is a must-have for those looking to maintain their workout schedule at home. And, who said you can’t carry your gym with you everywhere you travel to?

Whether you want to stay fit, build some muscles, or burn some calories and fats, Freeletics is set to blow your mind. And you know what’s best? You get all that at affordable rates. So, which are your favorite fitness apps? I’d love to hear that in the comments!


Does Freeletics work?

Yes. You only have to stick to the app’s instructions like your life depends on it. Take advantage of the presence of your AI coach and customize the app to your liking.

Is Freeletics good for weight loss?

When signing up, the app gives you a chance to choose your goal. Whether it’s weight loss, strength and muscle gain, or general body fitness, Freeletics has you covered. The app also has options for burning calories and fats. All these contribute to maximum weight loss.

Who should use the Freeletics app?

Anyone working out at home or while traveling. The app is especially perfect for those looking to lose weight, build muscles, or stay fit. If you can spare 15 minutes in a day to train, then try the app.

Is Freeletics good for building muscles?

Yes. Freeletics takes the bodyweight training approach. With such, you’re looking at leaner and well-built muscles.

How frequently should I do Freeletics workouts?

It’s recommended that you do the workouts three to four times a week for better and faster results. Tempting as it may seem, don’t overdo the exercises. Only do the much your AI coach recommends.

Winnance works with other team members, overseeing content planning, writing and proofing. Winnance is a weight loss and general wellness nerd. When not at healthadvise, Winnance runs a couple of community-based health projects.

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