BodBot is your own digital personal trainer, providing AI workouts customized to your goals, equipment, physical abilities, desired difficulty and much more. BodBot provides you with step-by-step guidance for each exercise and progression, and your plan adapts over time as you complete or miss sessions.
BodBot already contains the most advanced at-home and bodyweight tailoring of any fitness app on the market, and we’re working flat-out to add new tools to help support our users during this time. Wherever you are, with whatever you’ve got - we’ll get you a great workout plan.
Your Goals, Your Body, Your Plan.
■ Work out anywhere, anytime - at home, at the gym, in your garage, or in a hotel - with any combination of equipment or just your own bodyweight.
■ Get results even on a busy schedule - your workouts are tailored to the days and time you have available.
■ Build muscle, gain strength, increase endurance, improve cardiovascular fitness and lose weight - whatever your starting point and current ability, we’ll work with you to get you where you’re going.
AI Workouts and Adaptation
- Reach your goals with a long-term, science-based approach to fitness, and workouts that learn and adapt from set to set and from workout to workout.
- Achieve your goals at your pace - we’ll adapt your planning based on your activity levels and sleep.
- Make sustained progress with intelligent progression of sets, reps and weight in the gym, and a huge range of bodyweight progressions at home.
Personalized Step-by-Step Guide
■ Move and exercise better with customized fitness assessments targeted at mobility, strength, posture and more.
■ Ditch cookie cutter planning - BodBot will build your workout plan to you and adapt it with your feedback.
■ Gain, maintain or lose weight with a workout routine built to your level.
You Train, BodBot Plans
- Maximize fitness gains with a training plan that intelligently adapts intensity and volume between sessions, with no muscle, movement or joint left behind.
- Level up - for beginner strength-trainers, learn the correct movements with demonstration videos and detailed descriptions.
Your Own Mobile Personal Trainer
Just as a good personal trainer will personalize your workout plan, BodBot creates an individual program for you and adapts it as you progress. Limited range of motion in the shoulders? We can work to correct that. Weaker in the back than in the chest? We can address that. Hamstrings too tight? Want to develop the biceps or the glutes? Can only workout in a few windows during the week? BodBot can handle it all, and your workouts will reflect all of these needs.If you miss a workout, or if you decide to go hiking on a whim, we can integrate this new information and update your training plan accordingly.
- BodBot Plus - 1 month: USD $19.99
- BodBot Plus - Annual - 1 year: USD $59.99
Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. You can manage your BodBot Plus subscription settings: you can turn off auto-renewal from your iTunes account settings after purchase, but refunds will not be provided for the unused portion of the term. Your account will be charged $19.99/$59.99 (depending on the product) for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
- Apple Health: BodBot will ask to read some of your health data - date of birth, heart rate, height, sex, steps, and weight - so that it can more closely tailor its recommendations to you. It also saves your workout, height and weight data to the Apple Health app for use in your other apps that utilize that information.
Please email email@example.com with any requests, account issues or bugs
Ratings and Reviews
Edit: I really love this app. It keeps me pushing myself by adjusting my workouts based on how difficult sets were. I used to add a few pounds every couple weeks or so, and do the same routines. I was frustrated with my lack of strength improvement. But after using bodbot I saw how much I’d been previously underestimating myself. I feel much better and stronger.
What’s more, the development team really cares about you. I got in contact with them when I was having issues and they emailed me back and forth, until I no longer had problems.
Would highly recommend this app.
I would rate this 5 stars if it wasn’t for this one thing that keeps happening.
I’ll be in the middle of a workout, and see that I have for example, planks, coming up soon. Then when my next exercise comes up, it’s no longer planks.
I then check the rest of the workout to see that the ENTIRE routine has changed, often including duplicates of what exercise I had just finished.
I love the dynamic changing of weights and reps based on what I need, but I don’t want my whole routine changed while I’m in the middle of it.
Developer Response ,
Thank you Mimi, it's been great working with you!
Hi Mimi, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org it could be a problem with integrations. We'd love to help you get this sorted out and earn those 5 stars! Thank you!
Great Concept, Faulty Delivery
I really like the idea of the app - using AÍ to develop a personalized training program designed to correct imbalances in your body. And the app appears to do a good job of finding those imbalances. Almost immediately, the algorithm detected I have weak shoulders and rotator cuff and correctly focused on those areas.
However, the app seems to overly focus on those specific muscle groups. I get rotator cuff exercises almost every workout (which actually led to a small overuse injury), while chest, abs, and triceps are almost completely ignored. The app had me go almost two weeks without doing a single chest exercise. I’m worried that in the long term, this could actually cause muscle imbalances/injuries rather than reducing them.
Now, I get that it wants me to focus on certain muscle groups - but that shouldn’t be at the exclusion of others. Even when I set the app to focus on chest and shoulders a certain day, it still only recommended one chest exercise. It doesn’t seem clear to me how the fitness tests translate into the recommended workouts.
The app could do with better explainability - there should be more details on why it chose the exercises it did. And it should attempt to give more well-rounded workouts. If those issues were fixed, I think it would be pretty great.
The interface is also extremely clunky, but that’s not a huge concern for me.
Developer Response ,
Hi Erik, please send us an email at email@example.com - we'd like you to adjust your fitness tests and take a look at previous exercise history. Sometimes if data is entered accidentally it can interfere with planning going forward. As well, with some failed fitness tests it's going to proactively reduce other movements that could exacerbate an underlying strength imbalance. The insights panel generally tries to explain what each test is measuring and doing in response, but at the end of the day if it's not meeting your preferences you'll have total control with some small settings adjustments.
Generally satisfied but some things could be improved
I like that it gives me a variety of exercises I wouldn’t normally think of on my own. The videos are all helpful, but it would be nice if instead of the static image that shows on the workout screen, it showed the video without having to go into the exercise info page and hit play. I find myself doing that a lot with exercises I am not familiar with.
Cons are sometimes it gives really bad programs for the day. Today it tried to give me 5 different variations of pull ups and chin ups. When I maxed out on the second variation, it changed the variation to the kind I had already done and struggled with before. It seems to overemphasize hitting one body part per day, when it should really spread things out more when someone is working out everyday to not exhaust that one muscle.
Also, I tell the app to give me about 60 minutes of programming a day, but I probably need to cut that down to 45 minutes or less because it vastly underestimates the amount of time it things take. My “60” minute workouts take 1.5 - 2 hours per day. 5-10 minutes of stretching, 60+ minutes of resistance training, then 30 minutes of cardio and more stretching.
If these kinks can get sorted, I think it’d be worth 5 stars.
Developer Response ,
Hi Oreganobag, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, we'd love to get this sorted out for you. No doubt there's a conflict in the settings. We'd love to help. Thank you. Be strong, be safe.
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- 100.9 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
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- In-App Purchases
- BodBot - Annual $59.99
- BodBot - 3 Month $29.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.