Daily Burn (3 Reviews)
Daily Burn (3 Reviews)
Pros Wide variety of workouts | Available for Apple iOS and Android mobile devices | 30-day free trial
Cons Workouts are not downloadable | Nutrition plan is not comprehensive | Costs much more to get one-on-one access to a trainerView Plans
Wide variety of workouts | Available for Apple iOS and Android mobile devices | 30-day free trial
Workouts are not downloadable | Nutrition plan is not comprehensive | Costs much more to get one-on-one access to a trainerView Plans
Daily Burn Company Review
Daily Burn was founded under the name Gyminee in 2007. It joined the TechStars accelerator program in 2008 as a startup and changed to its new name in 2009. Currently, American holding company InterActiveCorp (IAC) has majority stake and controlling interest in Daily Burn.
Daily Burn has a membership of over 2 million persons and assures them that they will “never get bored” by offering 20 fitness programs in a range of ability levels. These include Daily Burn 365 which is broadcast live each day; and Beautiful Belly yoga sessions for expectant mothers.
Workouts from Daily Burn are accessible on a variety of smart devices. Plus, there is a Daily Burn app which is compatible with both Apple iOS and Android.
Daily Burn Pros
One of the most likable features of Daily Burn is its impressive line-up of well-known, expert trainers sharing their fitness know-how in an interesting mix of programs, including strength training, dance, and yoga. You can access over 1, 000 of their workout videos ranging in length from 10 minutes to 1 hour.
Plus, a welcomed recent addition to the company offerings is its audio workouts which you can take with you anywhere you go. The Daily Burn service is available where there is internet access and the app works on Apple, as well as Android mobile devices. It’s easy to navigate and use thanks to features like simple search filters.
Before committing to a subscription plan, you can check out Daily Burn for free – their 30-day free trial gives you full access to all features. Other benefits from using Daily Burn are that you get helpful nutrition guides and recipes once you sign up and the programs do not require any specialized equipment.
Daily Burn Cons
The nutrition guide lacks cookbooks and cooking videos, both of which could make it more interactive. You must have an internet connection or mobile data each time you use Daily Burn, since it does not allow you to download videos to watch while offline.
Access to one-on-one sessions with a personal trainer comes only if you pay an additional price. One off-putting aspect to the generous 30-day free trial is having to provide your credit card information up-front. Members may also feel somewhat disadvantaged since Support is available by email only.
Daily Burn Bottom Line
Daily Burn falls short with less-than-par member support and the inability to download videos. It gets high marks, however, for its variety of solid workouts and the quality of its trainers. So, if that is where your main interests lie, then the Daily Burn app is definitely worth a shot.
How It Works
The first step is to download the free Daily Burn Apple iOS or Android app. You will then need to sign up for one of the subscription plans, beginning with the 30-day free trial. The sign up process includes a questionnaire assessment of your fitness needs with questions about your age, gender, height, weight, workout experience, fitness level, fitness goals and email address.
Daily Burn will then show you a recommended trainer and program along with a preview video. You can then either go with their suggestion or access the Daily Burn library to select your program and workout based on your own preferences. You can narrow your search by course, instructor, duration, etc. and begin working out.
Plans & Pricing
After the 30-day free trial, membership in Daily Burn switches to either the Basic or Premium subscription plan. You will have to provide your credit card information even for the free trial, but you have the option to cancel at any time in the 30 days and not be billed.
The Basic plan charges $14.95 per month and gives you full access to workouts and programs. The Premium plan goes for $19.95 per month and is pretty much the same as the Basic plan with access to the live Daily Burn 365 workouts and audio workouts added.
As long as you sign up for one of the Daily Burn subscription plans, the app will let you access your account and all the programs and workouts your subscription covers. Premium members can stream the live daily broadcasts to the Daily Burn 365 fitness program and have access to the on-the-go audio workouts.
There is no Support page on the Daily Burn website but members can email in their questions and concerns. Members can choose to view the company’s active social media pages to keep up-to-date with Daily Burn happenings. There is also the opportunity to share with other members, so you can get and receive valuable motivation and support.
William’s ReviewSaturday, July 28, 2018 at 11:08 AM
Skeptical at first I was going to like the app, my wife made me start a program, I love it. I use it each day when I get up.
Vanessa’s ReviewSaturday, July 28, 2018 at 11:20 AM
Used it and felt like I was more accountable to my fitness. Love the app, doing great with the workouts and really excited this keeps me going each day.
Univorn’s ReviewSaturday, July 28, 2018 at 11:32 AM
DailyBurn is fantastic, down 8 lbs in 2 months.
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