Fitbit Coach

Fitbit Coach

By FitStar, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2013-06-06
  • Current Version: 4.4.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 164.16 MB
  • Developer: FitStar, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 9,705 Ratings


Fitbit Coach makes it easy to get and stay in shape with dynamic workouts that continually adjust to your feedback, goals, and capabilities -- just like a personal trainer! ADAPTIVE WORKOUTS Stick to your fitness goals with bodyweight, run, and walk workouts made just for you. WORKOUT ANYTIME, ANYWHERE Whether you’re home, on the road, or can't make it to the gym, we ensure you get a great workout, in 7 to 60 minutes, that can be done right from your phone or computer. PERSONALIZED WORKOUT RECOMMENDATIONS Fitbit Coach will recommend exercises based on your daily activity tracked with a Fitbit device, providing personalized fitness guidance to better help you reach your goals. CUSTOMIZED COACHING Personalized video workouts show you the moves and provide step-by-step coaching, motivation, and tips. BETTER WORKOUT VARIETY Never do the same routine twice with hundreds of exercises dedicated to your core, butt, legs, arms, back, plus running and walking. New workouts are added constantly to keep things fun, fresh, and fit -- all you need to do is commit to working out. MORE MOTIVATION Customize your fitness soundtrack with Fitbit Radio, which offers a variety of music stations from Pop to Hip Hop to motivate you while you exercise. GET EVEN MORE WITH PREMIUM Upgrade to Premium for less than the cost of a single personal training session. Access an entire year of exclusive, customized programs to help you get lean and toned, lose weight, bulk-up, or gain strength. FITBIT FOR YOU Fitbit Coach is available in English, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish! Integrated with Health app to track your calories burned and workouts, contributing to your overall Health dashboard. Please note, you must have an active Internet connection to use Fitbit Coach. Fitbit Coach is free to download and use. Upgrading to Fitbit Coach Premium adds the above features and is available through an auto-renewing subscription. Subscription is for the Fitbit Coach app only. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Learn more at Fitbit's Privacy Policy can be found at Fitstar's Terms of Use can be found at




  • Changing fitness level

    By Olderthaniwanttobe
    I started the fitness level higher than I should have. The app will not let me go back and change it to the appropriate level making the app useless to me.
  • Only worth it if you buy premium

    By Sam Mila Corza
    They have 1 free video for every 15 “locked” premium videos. At least offer a decent amount of free videos so I get hooked and buy the premium...
  • For the price it’s crappy.

    By Moofasa2222
    I like this app sometimes. It has good walking and running options but I just cannot work our hard enough without my own music. I hate the music they provide, why can’t I listen to my own! Kills it for me. Also they literally never add new workouts, always the same boring stuff.
  • App is basically worthless.

    By Dethemium
    You have to buy premium to do anything but one workout! Oh, and premium is $40 a year or $7 a month. Yeah no, not worth it. Disappointing. Also, I did the single free workout last night. Tried to log into the app to do it again, and it said I reached my workout limit, and to do more I have to buy premium. So now I have literally NOTHING. Waste of time. Don’t download this.
  • Fit bit login invalid

    By kseeleigh
    The app is pretty bad in the fact that Fitbit owners can not login with out Fitbit logins. What is the point of the app let alone advertising it if Fitbit users have no way of accessing.
  • Junk

    By Kathy B 505
    Can’t even login ~ is this app dead or just junk?
  • This app was FANTASTIC till it was no longer available without the Fitbit.

    By Laureninvt
    I used this app daily, and paid for the service. . And then couldn’t use it anymore since I had the Apple Watch and it turned into a Fitbit coach... why not make this avail without the watch! So annoyed honestly.
  • No luck

    By s2288
    App is not recognizing my account with Fitbit. Website and regular Fitbit app I can log-in fine. Attempted to reset password and try again, removed and redownloaded the app. No luck. Wish I could use my Fitbit to the best of its ability by using the coach app. I’m sure it works great once actually being able to be in the app and I’ll be able to change my review.
  • Workouts not balanced, Poot user interface

    By unbalanced athlete
    Some workouts like “Get Moving” will not include both sides for an exercise or tell you to switch legs halfway through. When I tried to rewind to do the same exercise on the other leg it was impossible, only taking me to the beginning of the current exercise. You should be able to scrub through the videos or already go back on the moves.
  • Bare Minimum

    By Shankmcgank
    Like the title implies, the app offers bare minimum. After looking at all 4 of the workout selection programs, they do not offer much different material. You do not need a gym for this app - so keep in mind there is no weighted exercises - even in the get strong section. I did a month of the get lean to get a little more cut while being in relatively good shape previous. The workouts felt the exact same. I often repeated a lot of the movements the next day or the day after that. The “get strong” workouts mimicked a lot of the get lean workouts. Understandable. But gathering strength isn’t as intensive in cardio as it is in this app. If you’re looking for a $7 a month app to get your fatter friend moving - this is it. But if you’re looking for something new - expect about a month of workouts all really just focusing on getting you moving, before getting tired of the same things. Bonus (not really), the ten minute abs that I was hoping to do at the end of each of my workouts never changes. It’s always the same workouts. This app started my cardio kickoff for getting cut, but that’s about it. Be prepared to do a little cardio and stability exercises and then you’re pretty much done with the difficult stuff.