Freeletics (Version iOS 22.10.0)

Freeletics (Version iOS 22.10.0) -Synopsis: Freeletics delivers personalized high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and other types of workouts.

Price and Platform: Limited free version. Paid plans at $114.99/year. Apple and Android.

RDN Score: 3/5


  • Attractive design with high-quality, well-produced exercise videos.
  • Workout anytime, anywhere with a digital personal trainer in five- to 20-minute sessions. Select calisthenics, weights, running or HITT style workouts.
  • The free version offers 20 HIIT bodyweight workouts, 25 exercises and 20 audio sessions. Upgrade to the paid version for more than 300 bodyweight and gym exercises, tracking stats for sprints and runs, overall training stats and more than 100 recorded audio sessions with tips for healthy mindset and nutrition, plus integration with Spotify.
  • Build a personalized training plan using Freeletics’ AI-Coach and easily adjust your workout to fit your day.
  • App includes options for people at different fitness levels.
  • New users can select their fitness level on a sliding scale from “not fit at all” to “really fit.” The levels include descriptors to help inform the user about what qualifies for each level such as “I lose my breath when walking up a couple flights of stairs.”
  • Includes a 14-day money-back guarantee.


  • Limited free content.
  • App lacks images of people in larger bodies.
  • Not for those who don’t like sharing information. Freeletics asks for a lot of personal details upfront in an onboarding questionnaire before granting access to the personalized training plan.
  • With training program names such as “Shred & Burn,” some users may feel the app is too intense; it is most suitable for exercise enthusiasts rather than new or casual exercisers.
  • The app privacy disclosure reveals a long list of data that may be linked to your identity and that Freeletics may use, including contact information, purchases, usage data, identifiers and location information to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies.
  • Although it costs less than most gym memberships, at $114.99 per year, Freeletics is on the higher end for online fitness programs.

Bottom Line: Freeletics is ideal for anyone seeking fitness motivation and a library of workouts that can be done from wherever they are with or without equipment.

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Marisa Moore, MBA, RDN, LD, is based in Atlanta and specializes in culinary nutrition, communications and consulting. She blogs at Follow her on Instagram and Twitter.