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Review: Wello brings affordable personal training to your home

At a Glance

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  • Wello
    $10.00

    If you want to stay in shape while traveling, or keep odd hours, Wello can help. With a straightforward, easy-to-navigate website and authorized trainers, Wello is a great service—however, video streaming

At a Glance

If you want to stay in shape while traveling, or keep odd hours, Wello can help. With a straightforward, easy-to-navigate website and authorized trainers, Wello is a great service—however, video streaming quality may vary and your trainer can only correct your form audibly.

Price when rated: $10-$200 (dependent on class and trainer)

Pros

  • Convenient and easy to use
  • Affordable

Cons

  • Quality will vary dependent on video and speaker setup
  • Trainers cannot touch you to correct your form
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