Fitness Buddy: Train At Home

Fitness Buddy: Train At Home

By Azumio Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2012-04-04
  • Current Version: 5.256
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 219.00 MB
  • Developer: Azumio Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.80877
From 20,505 Ratings


ALL IN ONE APP Your mobile personal trainer to lose weight, gain muscle, stay in shape, eat healthy, create good habits, and live a healthy lifestyle. It’s like a real Fitness Buddy. SIMPLE TO USE User friendly interface Follow along with on screen video instructors Quick and simple workout tracking Search bar to find specific exercises EASY TO FOLLOW GUIDES Choose weekly workout frequency and program duration based on YOUR schedule and we will customize a personal workout plan for you 20+ comprehensive workout programs 135 home workout guides 320 gym workout guides REACH YOUR GOALS Choose your goal, a specific body part to target, or a specific diet to follow. Start building your healthy habits now. Lose Weight Gain Muscle Get Active Eat Healthy BE STRONGER Train with purpose and direction. Follow along with our pro fitness virtual instructors to get the best workout at your home or gym. 2400+ unique exercises! 1000+ HD videos Comprehensive exercises for all major equipments including barbell, ez curl bar, dumbbells, kettlebells, resistance bands, medicine ball, machines, and stability balls Exercise categorization (core, lower body, chest, shoulders, back, arms, cardio) 4000+ exercise photos and animations (retina display resolution) Capabilities to add your own custom exercises and favorite exercises TRAIN SMARTER Professional coach designed exercise to max your calorie burn Break the limits by challenge yourself all the time You can also create your own exercise, workouts and plans EAT HEALTHIER Customize meal plan for keto/ paleo/ fasting/ vegetarian and a lot more Hundreds yummy & healthy recipe serves for you Dedicated count calories and nutritions for each recipe STAY ACCOUNTABLE Track workout progress with calories counting and body weight trend over time Integrated with Apple Health to track daily steps Stay focused with your personal fitness calendar and daily exercise schedule FEATURED IN: - Chicago Tribune - "It's like having a personal trainer in your house without having to hire one" - ESPN magazine - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - Gizmodo - "One of the best iPhone apps ever" 75+ workout routines - Diverse repertoire of exercise routines including workouts for women - Routines specific to your goals (build a big chest, tone butt, lose weight, and more!) - Routines specific to your equipment (resistance bands, kettlebells, bodyweight only, etc) - Build your own workout routines Body metrics tracking - Track your body weight and metrics (chest, arms, thighs, etc) - Graph your body progress Apple Health App Sharing - Integrates with Apple Health App (Fitness Buddy Settings -> Plans Apple Health App Sharing) Upgrade to Fitness Buddy Premium for unlimited access to Premium Programs and Playpen Freeplay workouts, HD videos, dynamic and motivational audio, workout email summaries with tips and advice on healthy living, priority support, and more through a renewable iTunes subscription. * Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. We offer auto-renewing subscriptions with the following specifications: - Subscriptions are 1 month or 12 months long - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase - No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period - Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication. - Read our full Terms of Service and our Privacy Policy at:



  • Just what u want & expect

    By Moon1311
    Dear everybody , Im having a very nice experience every time i use the app , it is just what i wanted , exactly thank God Thanks & Best Regards
  • Great App

    By Listener41
    Great app with nice features that integrate nicely with the Argus app. I am excited to see the new content and features made available with this latest update!
  • Calories burnt isn’t accurate!

    By jbaker23264
    I really enjoy this app, I use it 4x a week to track my progress. My only complaint is that the calories burnt is not accurate. Harvard Law did a study that showed the average person burns 90 calories every 30 minutes doing strength training exercise. Honestly I view this as a huge issue, it’s spreading false information about the amount of calories you’re actually burning which can lead people to eat more. I did a simple 60 minute strength training workout tonight and it said that I burnt 900 calories, this is obviously not true. This is almost false advertising. Thank you.
  • Terrible update

    By rozay page
    I enjoyed the cardio , which is gone. Canceling my subscription
  • Been using it for years

    By TheAmzingDoctorSpace
    Great experience with it, really helps you keep you routines organized and noted. 5 star app for me.
  • Audio feedback.

    By iambilalh
    Loved the app and its workouts but, when working out, I always feel like there we need som kind of sound after an exercise or rest. Similarly, it would be great if a simple audio feedback will be added there. Some people just use Bluetooth and don’t want to look back to their phones.
  • Decent but def could be better

    By DRosenblatt27
    Decent app. A lot of exercises with tracking, which is great. Unfortunately only syncs with about 1/3 of Apple Watch workouts, which is what tracks BPM and calories burnt, so half or more of your daily workout could end up not recorded and not factored into your calorie allowances. Also doesn’t account for calories burned during daily activities. So if I walk 9-10 miles and burn 800-1000 calories at work, which I do often as a chef, that isn’t logged. Huge issue. Plus the meal choices are EXTREMELY limited. Would lead to a very boring lifestyle for most. Used for a while but will probably be cancelling my subscription and switching soon due to these issues. Sad but it is what it is
  • Used to be great!

    By Le Fuda del casa
    I have been using this app for over a year, and I have loved it. After a run or a bike ride, I could do a quick strength training workout. I could specify the amount of time, what equipment I had, and what parts of my body I wanted to work, and it would give me a workout with a variety of activities. With the most recent update however, I can no longer do that. I have to choose pre-programmed workouts, and I have to do three repetitions of each one. I don’t like the new format and I miss the old feature. I may not renew next time my subscription comes around.
  • Rotate screen for workout videos

    By BearPawZoo
    When I purchased this app last year the workout videos would turn with your phone’s movements, now they don’t. What good is a app that doesn’t allow your phone to sit panoramic so you can see the workout when you’re working out? Please fix this issue, I’ve sent you two emails in two weeks and no response. I will be canceling my subscription until further notice.
  • Been using it for 8 years and it has progressively gotten worse breaking my simple use cases

    By Dmv100
    I have many mixed feelings about fitness buddy (I use the + version). I have been using the app since 2012 (crazy!) fairly consistency (close to daily) and I used to love it. It has an extensive library and it was simple and efficient to use. However, over time the app has continued to evolve in ways that sacrifice user experience and almost every notable change has made my own experience and use cases worse. I went from loving it, to accepting it, to having to use it because I have a lot of time/history invested on it, to getting frustrated with every major update. I still get value out of the app but it’s now far from a positive experience. I don’t say that lightly and I don’t really ever post reviews but here is a list of things that have gotten worse with this app (at least the ones I remember right now). the sorting of workouts used to be simply alphabetical and then it was changed to something else I don’t fully understand but basically requires you to just rely on search the grouping of activities used to group all activities of a given group (e.g barbell biceps curls) but now there are multiple seemingly arbitrary groups for the same activity and one has to go through all of them to find the desired activity. I used to be able to use filters like “bodyweight” but at some point it stopped including workouts like “bodyweight chinup / pullup” so I had to stop using that and instead type the specific words on search. (this one hurts me quite a bit) switching to another app often causes the workout to get stopped arbitrarily. My flow is (or used to be, see more below) to got to the workout history page, clone it, re add comments (to continue my currently active workout) and then delete the one that got prematurely stopped. (this one also hurts me quite a bit) even though I use the app every day, the images of the workouts are not cached, and where I go to the gym sometimes has spotty connection and so I can’t really see what the workout is about because it doesn’t have the thumbnail images (I end up having to open the app at home and literally scroll through all the workouts so it can load the images, and then put the phone on airplane mode so it doesn’t start acting strangely). (this one is just annoying) I get a pop up with an invasive rage screen all of a sudden (to upgraded to some other plan) and often times the orange screen pops up many times simultaneously and I end up having to dismiss it like 10 or more times in a row. (this one is baffling) A while back, I used to be able to just find an exercise in the main tab and add it to the currently active workout, but this always fails (instead I have to open the active workout, add the exercise from the option there that says “add new exercise” which means having to recreate the search/filters every time). I thought this would just be a bug that would get addressed quickly but it’s been I think years now and it hasn’t changed. (nit) The back swipe gesture doesn’t work (have to tap on the arrow on the top left) (this one prompted me to write the review) I rely on the workout history page quite a bit to make sure I sequence and space out my workouts and it used to be pretty accessible (on tap), then it got buried in a secondary tab, and now after the latest upgrade I haven’t been able to find it anywhere (the only alternative I can find is some calendar view thing that doesn’t work wee for just quickly scanning the recent workouts). Note that I’ve reported most of this over time through the feedback options but it hasn’t help. Over the years I’ve adjusted to less efficient ways to using the app but it just keeps going in the wrong direction. I have to say that every time I see an upgrade I get hopeful that some of these would get addressed but instead if there’s any change it’s always been for a worse experience at least for how I use the app (and I just happen to use it every day so it’s particularly painful). I’ve continued using it over the years for it’s extensive library and because I have way too much history (plus the export functionality has a bug and doesn’t really export my history properly) but at this point I might need to reconsider again. Maybe I’m not the target user base anymore (I’m not interested in all the food or transformation stuff that is now being pushed) but it’s worth considering core users with simple but I imagine common/frequent use cases. Please take this as well-intended feedback. I’ve been a loyal user to the app but I just keep getting disappointed.