Assault Fitness Workouts 4+

Assault Fitness

Designed for iPhone

    • 2.2 • 35 Ratings
    • Free

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Experience training with AssaultFitness. Complete daily workouts designed to increase power output, stamina, and endurance. Every workout is designed with multiple versions that are specific to the AssaultBike, AssaultRunner, and AssaultRower. These effective workouts are programmed utilizing different workout schemes, time domains, functional movements, rep schemes, and loading to provide a well-rounded level of fitness.
Challenge yourself! In addition to the Workout of the Day, compete in Assault challenges and see where you stand against the rest of the world. When completing these challenges, sync up to the Assault Elite console though Bluetooth to get the most accurate workout metrics uploaded directly into your post-workout statistics.
Invite your friends to the APP and create personalized training groups. Challenge each other to a Workout of the Day, an Assault Challenge, or a custom workout. Each group workout populates a leaderboard consisting of all members of the group.
Learn from the best trainers out there. Assault Fitness has partnered with expert trainers to provide Signature Programs guaranteed to increase your Fitness!

What’s New

Version 1.0.17

Bug fixes and performance updates.

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Ksakie ,

Doesn’t sync, not idea for hands free follow along programming

I just purchased the assault fitness runner (absolutely love it- it’s amazing) and was excited to see they had an app. However, it has a ways to go to be developed. I don’t understand why there is a Bluetooth option as I can’t get the information from the runner to sync with my phone. Other than saying it’s connected to the runner via Bluetooth, there is no data getting fed to the app. Also, the written Workouts aren’t exactly user friendly. It’s a timer with some text telling you what exercise to do, when and for how long/distance. While the phone can rest on the touch pad, you no longer can see the data on the touchscreen. Example: a program tells you to sprint for a certain distance, but because you may have placed your phone on the screen and the program isn’t feeding data to the phone, you have to then move the phone to see where your stats are at. It’s just a written exercise with a timer. Not ideal if you just want to get up and go and follow along. It’s great programming but obnoxious to navigate when trying to keep your HR up.

Jettaylor8381 ,

Constantly Crashing

This app consistently crashes. You lose all the stats you’ve earned. All workouts you completed will disappear. Any friends will go away along with your profile information. You have to start over. It’s very frustrating. The only reason I gave 2 stars is that has good workouts and fun to compete with my wife.

ggamer75 ,

Useless app and connectivity?

I use an Assault Elite bike with a Bluetooth button at my local gym.

I have a Polar H10 heart monitor, an iPhone, a Garmin Edge 530, and a Garmin HR Dual heart monitor.

I have this Assault Fitness iOs app.

I cannot figure out how to get the bike or the app to read my Heart Rate data. I’ve gone through support and so far have been advised to use “Polar’s HR5k or HR122k” - which as far as I can tell don’t exist.

How is this done? I can go into the app settings/Bluetooth and connect to the bike, but neither read my heart rate. The bike has ‘Heart Rate’ programs, so I can tell it’s supposed to work, but appears to be completely useless.

Mechanically, the bike is cool, but to actually use it with useful data, I guess I’ll record with Polar Beat and just ignore the bike’s console and delete this app. Maybe the console will give me Watts sometimes. Glad I didn’t buy this for my home.

I’ll update this review if I receive useful connectivity info. I hope I do.

App Privacy

The developer, Assault Fitness, 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
  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

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

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