100% Army Fit is a free training and fitness tool built by the British Army for prospective recruits who have an upcoming army assessment or for individuals who simply aspire to the world-class heights of military fitness.
Whether your goal is to lose weight, improve your distance running performance, increase your muscular strength or to simply do more exercise, 100% Army Fit will allow you to track and meet your goals with training plans curated by the very best fitness coaches from the British Army.
• Ensure you are fully prepared for your British Army assessment centre - simply enter your assessment date and work towards your big day with bespoke, official training and workout advice from the British military
• Customise your training plans so that they work around your weekly schedule
• Set training goals to motivate yourself and track your progress
• Receive free, professional workout plans tailored to your goals and improve yourself with fortnightly tests
• Take part in cardio/strength fitness challenges and receive medals for military-level performance
• Tone your abs and improve your strength with muscular exercises such as sit ups, squats and tricep dips - all with perfect military-level form, as demonstrated by British Army fitness coaches through audio and video clips
• Download exercise videos via Wi-Fi for offline use - no need to use your mobile data
• Lose weight effectively with specially curated cardio and bodyweight exercises
• Track your running distance and times via GPS
• Strive to be the best with audio encouragement from British Army fitness coaches
• Learn how to warm up and cool down properly before and after your workouts at home and in the gym
• Receive British Army approved nutrition advice to ensure your exercise work is effective and delivers results
• Learn how to prevent injuries to key areas of your body such as hamstrings, knees and lower back
Download 100% Army Fit now for free and accelerate your workout training to achieve military-level fitness.
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Ratings and Reviews
Great app only 1 downside
This app has given me the motivation to join the army and I believe I’m now strong enough and fit enough to pass assessment. The only issue with the app is that when I do the 2.4km run, the timer is way off (unless I’m understanding it all wrong). It has been telling me when I’ve done 1 km and 2km but when it’s finished, the time it took disappears. When I’ve checked my personal best it says I’ve been doing the run in 01:41. Another issue is that when I go into history, it’s doesn’t tell me the time it took only that I’ve 100% completed the run.
Good information terrible delivery
So, first the good points.
-app teaches you the best way to do things, like what stretches to do and how to do a cool down.
-give you a plan that you can stick to, but I’d suggest you take it and do it all on your own.
-strength section really good and you can put in manually what you just did
-pointed out how out of shape I’ve got in the last 5 years.
-The app doesn’t let you go out and do, let’s say a ten minutes run at the correct pass(past of 3 what ever that means) and when I took my phone out to do it. The app crashed and I lost my whole progress for that activity. In fact if it wasn’t for the fact the cardio section was so poor it would be a really good app.
-doesn’t fully explain parts, like for example can I just input my own score and let the app do the tracking ? (No you can’t) and once an instructions has gone by you can’t go back if you shot past it by mistake.
Concussion. Use the info given don’t bother with using it on a road run like I did it’s, too cumbersome to run with the app open. Be nice to see some work put into that one side of the app. If this is the standard of tools the army equips you with no wonder the recruitment is down. I expected a lot more from this app being ‘the army fitness app’.
Good idea but some big flaws in execution.
I downloaded the app to guide me through improving my general fitness (getting fit enough to be a soldier seems like a good benchmark/goal to aim for).
There are a few issues that i’ve come across while using the app,
- The video tutorials for each exercise should incorporate the ‘down 2,3,4 up 1,2’ pacing in them so you know how to perform the movement at the correct pace before going into the fitness assessment.
- There doesn’t seem to be a way to edit your results after first inputting them, so if you make a mistake, it is impossible to correct.
- I have no idea what the ‘2 out of 10’ pacing scheme translates to in terms of an actual minute/mile pace. Please use real world figures rather than a made up pacing model.
- I don’t like to take my phone with me on runs. Please let users manually input their pace information or create an Apple Watch companion app to track runs.
- Also, during the fitness assessment, the app got stuck on the countdown before beginning the sit up section with the button to progress greyed out at ‘33 seconds’. This was after I had viewed the tutorial video a second time. Had to force quit and relaunch the app.
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- 308.6 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.