Carrot Fit isn’t your typical exercise app. It’s meaner. And funnier.
Instead of chipperly encouraging you to hit a new personal best, it’s more likely to mock you for not trying hard enough. But that’s a good thing. Honest.
As you huff and puff through the app’s intense seven-minute workout—30 seconds of 12 exercises, with 10 seconds of rest in between—you won’t get any pep talks, but you will laugh.
In addition to its steady stream of droll verbal abuse, Carrot Fit puts a humorous spin on otherwise mundane exercises.
Here, squats are called Territory Markers (picture it for a second).
Running in place is known as Ostrich Escapes. The computerized voice explains that she’s unleashed a squad of attack ostriches. “Run, meatbag! Run! They’re right on your heels!”
An Apple Watch extension lets you add real-time heart rate data into the mix.
No matter how much your lungs and legs might be burning, don’t you dare think about quitting before the seven minutes are up.
You’ll be mocked. Mercilessly and hilariously.