Once you download the app and go through the sign up process it's pretty easy to walk through.
You choose your goal, your fitness level and how long you want to work out. Then you move to..
After it has your workout built it puts on the screen with movements that you can see how to do the exercise. And, if the movements are enough if you hit the little info button you can get written instructions.
Here are my thoughts (pros and cons)
-can be set based on the amount of time and equipment available. For example- when I go to a conference next month I will be taking my kettlebell and my dumbbells. Obviously I won't take my exercise ball or my treadmill so I will adjust it for a different workout.
-perfect for a rainy day, sick kid, or any other situation found in life
-it's portable (being on the phone)
-it walks you through the workouts
-There is a "lady" who talks through the workout
-It moves fast between exercises. I know you can stop it/pause it but when you aren't holding the phone due to doing the exercise it's hard to get to the phone to do so to allow you to get into position. A 5-10 second pause between exercises would be better.
-And then, there's the breaks between the circuits (because you repeat them)- some of them are a bit longer but you can hit the next button to avoid that.
-I wish it were available on the iPad. I can download it as an iPhone app but I can't get it to open- I either can't get it to move beyond a certain point or I get a white screen when it should be opening up the app. Others have had no issues. I prefer the bigger screen.
Overall- I really liked this app and the main app is free. You can upgrade it for a small fee. BUT, you can give it a chance by using the code
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*as a Sweat Pink ambassador I received the upgrade free in compensation for my review. I was not required to give a positive review.