Streaks Workout

Streaks Workout

By Crunchy Bagel

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-10-26
  • Current Version: 3.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 131.89 MB
  • Developer: Crunchy Bagel
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 3,608 Ratings


The personal trainer that you actually want to use. Exercise at home, in the park, at the gym, anywhere! You don't need any equipment - you just need a few minutes and a floor. You can customize which exercises you want to do, making it great for all ages and abilities. Features: * 30 equipment-free exercises to choose from * 4 different workout lengths (approx. 6, 12, 18 or 30 minutes) * Create custom workouts * Demonstrations of all exercises * Tips to help your refine your technique * Built-in timer and statistics * Saves workouts to the Health app No more excuses: this is the workout you won't dread. If you have any questions, comments, please contact, or tweet us at @StreaksWorkout. ABOUT HEALTH DATA: On supported devices, Streaks access the Health app to read and write workout data with your permission. All data is accessed in full accordance with the iOS app review rules set by Apple. Please read our privacy policy at for more information on our use of data.




  • Great app for helping me focus on workout personally.

    By Johnnydayday
    But, for many people who are new to some exercises, hope there are could be some guide videos for detail explanations.
  • Give me credit!!

    By Julietdeadly28
    I like this app, I really do, and I use it after injuries or times when I’m out of shape, but sometimes the workouts are harder than I anticipated and I have to stop part of the way through. And then.....nothing. The only way to do that is pause my workout, so I don’t get credit for the part of it I did or anyway to track my progress working back up.
  • More workouts

    By catlover1307
    Should add dumbbell workouts
  • Would be fantastic if it said how many calories you’ve burned!

    By smacherz
    I first want to say that I got this app when it was the “Free App of the Week” (RIP to that little tradition), but I think it would have been worth the money had I paid. I enjoy the workout options and find it to be motivating. However, as another reviewer mentioned, the workouts tend to take longer than the allotted time. For instance, if I do the 12 minute “Everyday” workout, I plan for it to take 16-18 minutes. So, two suggestions for the developers: 1) On the main menu, list how many exercise in addition to the approximate workout time 2) please add something in the app that tells you approximately how many calories you’ve burned from the sets! Other than that, I would recommend this app as an easy way to get in a home workout.
  • Start of Day

    By mattt140
    Unlike the Streaks app, you still can’t change the start of day to another time. Also unlike Streaks, you can’t tell the app you worked out yesterday if you didn’t do it through the app, so if you work out after midnight you lose your streak. To me, the motivation of keeping your streak is the whole reason for having this app, which means I still have to save one of my coveted 12 spots in the Streaks app for exercising. If I can’t keep my streak even if I worked out, I might as well use any one of the other thousands of exercise apps out there. Or you know, go to the gym.
  • Super basic and unimaginative.

    By MamboRambo
    No way to see what an exercise (e.g a ‘bird dog’) is other than the tiny animation during the workout. Workouts seem to be generated via an algorithm which results in stuff like “4 planks” then... “6 planks” Because the workouts are auto generated you can end up where most of 6 or 12 minutes is spent on only one or two muscle groups
  • Simple and Effective, Lacking Variety

    By a.ramos92
    I love the simplicity. I get right into my warm up and workout without having to subscribe to a program filled with ads and cheesy motivational trainers. However, I wish there were more exercises to choose from. There are plenty of exercises that don't require equipment that are not in the seemingly small selection. Also, if I wanted to workout a specific area of my body, like my belly for instance, I can’t sort through which exercises would help with that goal. There could be filters like: legs, arms, belly, etc. I do like the random exercises from time to time, but I would mostly like to use it for the custom workouts. One last note: on the Apple TV version, I cannot name my custom workout easily. If I name a workout “Arms” it will save it as “Custom1Custom1” or “ArmsArms”. The only workaround is to rename the workout in the iPhone version. Other than those things, the app is excellent.
  • I don’t like this app

    By Zsofikanak
    I feel like this app was developed by someone who have no idea about sport/fitness! Purchased the app after reading some recomandations online, but honestly I regret my purches! Don’t recomand this app!
  • Apple TV interface could be better

    By Lory L
    It’s supposed to be random, but it’s annoyingly repetitive. I hit the same exercise 3x in a row and decided to create a custom workout, then I couldn’t find it to do the workout. Found it on my IPad and had to swipe. It’s an exercise in patience.
  • Convenient & Effective

    By skwidney
    It doesn’t matter if you are 25 or 85. A couch potato or an Olympic athlete. This app will give you a work out. I’ve fallen off the healthy train and I’m