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Did you notice these features in your Freeletics app?

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You might not have noticed, but your Freeletics app is constantly evolving. Week in, week out we’re making small changes derived from user feedback that continue to improve your Freeletics experience. It’s all part of our aim to make exercise truly barrier-free; all you have to do is click Start.

Here are two features you might not have noticed in your Freeletics app:

Comeback Coaching

It’s not always easy to keep your training regimen going over the course of weeks and months. And no matter how much you want to stick to the training commitments you make to yourself, sometimes circumstances get in the way.

If you do find yourself in a training break--planned or not--you should know two things: it happens to everyone, and there will be a time when you’re able to start training again and come out on top.

Coming back to your training shouldn’t be so hard. That’s why we’ve worked together with our coach teams to design our newest feature, Comeback coaching. Comeback coaching enables you to ease back into your workout routine safely by adapting your workout so that your training will meet you right where you are.

When you come back after a break lasting ten days, or up to a month, your Coach will ask you if you want to create an easier session.

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Creating an easier session doesn’t mean your goals are changed--it just makes the process of getting back on the path towards reaching those goals smoother. After your comeback, you can continue on your Training Journey as before.

If you’ve taken a break longer than a month, you might want to have a fresh start on your Training Journey. When coming back from a longer off period, you’ll see an option asking if you want to restart your Training Journey or pick a new one.

The best part? Coach knows the fitness level you were at when you stopped training but will take into account that you haven’t trained for some time. So if you restart your Training Journey you’re not back at square one. The Coach may also ask you for your assessment of your current fitness level again, to ensure your training fits your level and goals.

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Daily Recap

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Completing a tough Coach day is a huge achievement and one that we believe is worth recognizing. That’s why we’ve introduced Daily Recap. What does this mean? Well, at the end of every training day, you’ll see a screen celebrating what you’ve achieved in your workout that day. Your Coach will pick out certain things worth celebrating; done 100 Burpees? The Coach will let you know. Crushed your leg Interval? Celebrate it! The path to your greatest version is littered with smaller achievements and it’s these that truly demonstrate how we progress.

And celebrating yourself doesn’t have to stay between you and your Coach. You can share your Daily Recap directly on Instagram Stories and let your friends and followers know just how much you’re progressing.


We’ve updated the feed in your app to make your athletic lifestyle even more shareable. Now you can share all of your achievements - both on and off the training ground - with other Free Athletes. Simply click the blue “+” button on the feed and select what you’d like to post. Celebrate a race, post a progress photo or simply spread some motivation - a holistic athletic lifestyle is about more than just training.

Let’s recap:

Make no mistake, these three features are just the start. Every week, your Freeletics app is growing, improving and becoming its greatest version, just like its users.

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