Mobility First

Mobility First Group

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 2.2K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The app that tests and improves your mobility, in a personalized way!

Created by sports and health professionals, and already used by more than 600,000 people including the best fitness athletes on the planet, GOWOD is the only program designed to improve your flexibility and mobility in a totally personalized way!


Download GOWOD , discover your mobility score, and access for FREE to one of the largest video library of mobility exercises (more than 180 exercises) !


Take it to the next level and unleash your full athletic potential with GOWOD Premium!

GOWOD Premium is the only mobility program totally adapted to YOU!
GOWOD's mobilization protocols are tailor-made, taking into account all your needs and training constraints.

Adapted to all your needs: Well-being, training preparation and recovery.
Adapted to your own weaknesses.
Adapted to your training movements.
Adapted to your available time.

Each month, retest your own mobility and track your progress. Access all your personal mobility data, increase the quality of your movements during training, improve your general well-being, and recover better from the sports effort!
14 day free trial with GOWOD Premium!

Terms of use: https://www.gowod.app/terms-of-use
Privacy policy: https://www.gowod.app/privacy-policy

What’s New

Version 3.4.7

Bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
2.2K Ratings

2.2K Ratings

R-Fern ,

Great app overall

Love this app overall and I’m really glad you added challenges as it helps promote consistency, or at the very least getting a certain amount of mobility work in.

Perhaps other users dictated the change, but I much preferred the smaller, segmented picker for selecting time when going to a specific movement/stretch in library.

I would LOVE if you could move the Favorites scrollview to another spot. Perhaps, to the right of “Protocols” and “Library” in that segmented picker? Then allow a similar list view as is shown in the exercise list with the smaller pictures. Having more than a few favorites is maybe not the intent, but even like 10 can feel quite cumbersome to scroll across to get to one at the end of the line.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback!

We are taking them all into consideration and will discuss them at the next R&D meeting.
About the favorites, that's a good idea ;)

Ryan_Melka ,

Incredibly Helpful

I am the type that follows programs well. I like structure and someone to tell me what to do. In the mobility world there are just so many videos, opinions, and of course professionals. This app is the perfect balance. It does an assessment and builds a program specifically for you with assessment points every 30 days. I found that areas I thought were the weakness were not, at all. I thought my hips were the problem and this tool clearly identified my shoulders and overhead reach as issues. And after doing some of the program, man was it right. Worth every penny. I do 15 minutes every day.

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The new app is buggy

Ever since the app redesign, a number of bugs have surfaced in the “Daily” training protocol. If I select a 22 minute session, sometimes I get a 15 minute session. It’ll stop auto-advancing between exercises; this seems to occur more frequently if I skipped an exercise earlier in the session. It’s as if interacting with the session throws it off. Sometimes the labeled time and the timer do not line up; i.e. the movement could be labeled “3 mins each side”, but the timer will count down from 2 minutes. Finally, at the end of a session, sometimes it’ll end on a screen with a bunch of “undefined” labels. C’mon guys.

All of these add up to a relatively frustrating UX, when all I’m trying to do is relax and recover. It’s doubly frustrating because the app was so perfect before the redesign.

App Privacy

The developer, Mobility First Group, 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:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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