I was offered a free month’s access to FitFusion.com in exchange for a review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
A month ago I was contacted by someone at FitFusion to see if I’d be interested in reviewing it. I checked them out and decided to say yes. I thought they had a great variety of workouts. There’s something for everyone. Here’s a description of what FitFusion has to offer:
FitFusion is a digital platform that fuses together a variety of premium fitness video content from your favorite trainers like Jillian Michaels, Tara Stiles and more. You can access over 120 hours of fitness videos when you want, anywhere you are. Subscribe to fitfusion for only $9.99/month and gain access to Yoga, Pilates, HIT, Bootcamp, Dance videos and more, 24/7! If you’re not ready to commit you can also purchase and rent individual videos! Don’t forget you can stream them from your iPhone, ipad, laptop, TV, Chromecast and Apple TV.
You can search through the videos either by category (yoga, strength training, dance, Pilates) or by trainer (Jillian Michaels, Tara Stiles, Billy Blanks, Tone It Up, Cassey Ho). I found some new workouts by trainers I hadn’t heard of before by going through the categories, and tried some workouts by people I had heard about but hadn’t tried before by searching by trainers. If you’re new to fitness, or looking for something new to try, FitFusion would be a great way to do that as there’s lots of different workouts available.
Over the last month I’ve been pretty busy – tests, assignments, a final, starting a new class, and work. Needless to say there hasn’t been a lot of time to drive to a gym or a yoga studio to get a workout in. It’s been great to get home after work or school and within five or ten minutes be working out. Since you can stream the videos you don’t even have to wait to download them.
If you’re crunched for time and can’t afford to spend an hour working out, there’s also lots of shorted videos (10 or 15 minutes), so you can still fit in a quick workout even if you don’t have a lot of time.
All of the workouts I tried were doable at home with minimal equipment (yoga mat, dumbbells). Some of them didn’t even require any equipment. You don’t need a fully stocked gym to get in a great workout.
Another thing I liked was that FitFusion is affordable. For less than the price of a yoga class you can get access to lots of workouts. If you’re on a budget this is a great way to get in workouts without spending a ton of money.
The only downside I saw to FitFusion was that you needed access to an internet connection to stream the videos. If you don’t have the internet you’re out of luck. Whenever I used it to workout I was home, so I didn’t have a problem. I can even see FitFusion being great for someone who travels a lot, as hotels often have wifi now.
If you’re interested in giving FitFusion a try, you can sign up for a free 2 week trial here.
Have you tried FitFusion? What did you think?