TrainAsONE is the revolutionary multi-award-winning AI-powered training app that constantly adjusts your training plan according to you, your data and your goals. Running a dozen races this year? No problem, TrainAsONE can cater for multiple concurrent goals!

Whatever your running experience, TrainAsONE creates a custom plan based precisely on you and your ability. Whatever the distance and target, be it completing your first 5k or podiuming an extreme ultra, TrainAsONE will work for you!

Your plan is built specifically for you and your goals ensuring every workout will promote the most efficient and effective improvement in performance. You’ll never have to worry about overtraining, junk miles, or how to taper ever again!

Around 70% of runners suffer an injury every year. Our plans work specifically to minimise your risk of injury whilst maximising your performance gains. TrainAsONE will get you to the start line in the best shape possible, safely!

Life can be busy and unpredictable. Just tell TrainAsONE when and how long you can train, safe in the knowledge that TrainAsONE automatically adjusts for any missed or off-plan workouts. Had a cold, and don’t know how to return to your training? TrainAsONE does!


Use the TrainAsONE app with no need for a subscription. All of the app's features and functions are open and accessible for any members of the TrainAsONE community regardless of your subscription status. Simply create an account and use the TrainAsONE app straight away.


TrainAsONE offers two different auto-renewing subscription options providing advanced post-activity analysis:

● Monthly Subscription: £9.99 per month
● Yearly Subscription: £99.99 per year

These prices are for United Kingdom customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence.

Your TrainAsONE subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can go to your iTunes Account settings to manage your subscription and turn off auto-renew. Your iTunes Account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription, where applicable.

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Anticipatory Health Limited 2020

What’s New

Version 1.0.14

* Added average heart rate to activity card
* Added workout adherence scores (overall / pace, duration and distance) as coloured gauges
* General bug fixes and enhancements

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Jcokacola ,

Email me when the Apple Watch version comes out

I have been using Runkeeper for train for a marathon but my workouts keep getting erase and not syncing correctly so I am desperately trying to fine another option. The idea of this apps seems perfect but I like to run only with my Apple Watch. The phone stays at home.

Developer Response ,

Hi, we are unaware of any current or recent syncing issues with Runkeeper. As such, please could you use the in-app support so we can investigate.

ahjushi ,

AI is not smart at all

I’ve been running for several years, about 30-50 miles a week and thankfully injury free.

That was until I started using TAO. Now I know I’m just getting older, so at first I didn’t blame TAO and just assumed it was my aging body. Correlation isn’t causation, after all.

I logged my injury in the app and told it to pause my training for 5 weeks while I recovered (you can set a specific date for TAO to start scheduling runs again). After I felt like I was recovered enough, I went ahead and ended my “training pause” in the app, but I did NOT clear my injury status (injury status and training scheduling are independent, which is actually nice).

First day after the 5-week pause it scheduled me an easy 11 min run which felt fine and pain free. Then strangely the immediate next day it scheduled me a 59 min run. And I’m about 11 weeks of using the app, that was actually the longest run it ever scheduled for me (prior to the injury the longest run was 52 min). I’m no training coach or expert, but that seems terribly wrong and dangerous. Needless to say I didn’t do it. I used the default settings for risk tolerance and such, yet asking me to run for 59 min just 2 days after coming out of an injury (without clearing the injured status, mind you), and that being the longest run it ever scheduled, seems very risky and reckless!

It was at this point that I felt like TAO is a bit dangerous. I’ll try setting it to the lowest risk tolerance possible and see if that’s better, but I can’t recommend this app based on my experiences.

Developer Response ,

Hi, we are naturally very disappointed to hear about your experience. Keeping your injury risk as low as possible is a primary concern of the system, and one which is highly valued by our users. And given the myriad of injury types and severity, returning to running from injury is a very difficult domain to automate, and hence we provide many settings for you to guide the system on this journey. At any time we are always more than happy to assist and if you have not done so already, we would love you to use the in-app 'ask a question' feature for us to look at your specific case and work with you back to full training. Regards.

Arkability ,

Most unpredictable running schedule EVER

My boyfriend has this app on his android phone and the app has become my worst enemy. It will tell him he has an upcoming run for the next day and then change it at the last minute at least once if not twice before the next day. We cannot make any kind of plans without them getting ruined by this app suddenly changing its mind about how far my boyfriend has to run. It would only work well for someone who has no other responsibilities in life except waiting to find out this incredibly fickle app’s final decision.

Developer Response ,

There can be many reasons why a plan can change frequently. In fact having an account configured as such is seen as a positive by many of our users. If it is an issue, your boyfriend is more than welcome to ask us directly on the settings he could alter to resolve. Additionally, one can lock a plan for x days. Regards.

App Privacy

The developer, Anticipatory Health Limited, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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