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The Fitness Court app lets you sign up for free outdoor workout classes at the world's best outdoor gym.

Find a Court
• Workout for free at a Fitness Court near you. National Fitness Campaign is opening hundreds of Fitness Courts across the United States.

Take a Class
• Sign up for free, outdoor fitness classes. We’re adding new class locations all the time. Want to lead a Class? Reach out to classes@nfchq.com

Learn the Moves
• Discover the Fitness Court’s 7 Movements–Core, Squat, Push, Lunge, Pull, Agility, and Bend–designed to challenge and strengthen your body. Beginner, intermediate and advanced training videos show how anyone of any age or ability can use Fitness Court’s bodyweight circuit training system.

Get Training
• Take your workouts to the next level with guided step-by-step coaching from expert trainers. Celebrity trainers like fitness sensation Rob Riches will show you how to get the most of the Fitness Court. You won't believe what you're capable of.

Take the Challenge
• Grab a friend, complete a circuit and see how you score in our timed challenge feature. 7 movements. 15 seconds on. 15 seconds for rest. Do as many reps as you can. When you’re done, share the video and see how you rank on national leaderboards.

Fitness Court are outdoor gyms created by National Fitness Campaign. NFC partners with cities, colleges, schools and developers across the US to spread free fitness.

Please exercise responsibly and consult a physician or qualified healthcare provider before embarking on any new fitness routine.

See you on the Fitness Court!
Learn more at: fitnesscourt.com/app

What’s New

Version 2.14.2

1. Added more training videos.
2. Can register for both paid and free classes.
3. Updated state and city list for the profile account.
4. Squashed some bugs along the way.

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

jcvetko ,

Videos requires internet connection 👎

The fitness court is phenomenal and an excellent addition to our city. However the app requires and internet connection to be able to view the videos. Where my court is located the cell signal is week. I’d like to recommend that the video/audio content be downloadable to resolve that.

Additionally, it would be great if you could put it on the Apple Watch app so I could launch the workout from the watch alone.

RayInNoIL ,

I want to like this but..

I want to like this but there are too many “little” things that should not have been missed.

The good is that it will locate the nearest park, and has some good basic workouts. It could use more videos of the different exercises that can be done at each station and their relative difficulty.

I’d submit the list of bugs/issues to the developers, but there’s no bug report or contact us option in the app. So I’ll list the additional issues here.
Videos can’t be watched in landscape. What makes this worse is that the load in landscape, regardless of the phone’s orientation and immediately rotate to “vertical”, regardless of the phone’s orientation. Rotating the phone has no effect.

Watching a video returns you to the top of the list, not where you were.

There are exercises mislabeled (e.g. Pull-up called a Row).

A bit too much pseudo-health Mumbo-Jumbo (stretching strengthens your internal organs)

BecauseTexas ,

Need Apple Watch app...

Would be a grand idea to create an Apple Watch app as it’s much easier to not carry a phone during a workout

Outside of that it’s a great app with simple and informative short videos of each exercise!

App Privacy

The developer, National Fitness Campaign, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

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

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