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Vitness Rx tailors workouts to your energy level

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  • Vitness Rx
    $100.00

    Vitness Rx is easy to use and its no-equipment workouts will make you break a sweat, but its iOS app could use a little more polish.

At a Glance

Vitness Rx is easy to use and its no-equipment workouts will make you break a sweat, but its iOS app could use a little more polish.

Price when rated: $100

Pros

  • Varies workouts according to your energy level.
  • New workouts added periodically.
  • Easy to set up and use.

Cons

  • A Bluetooth chest strap would be more convenient.
  • App could do more to help you execute the exercise routines and stay motivated.
  • iOS only.
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