JustFit - Lazy Workout is a free fitness app for Android by developer Enerjoy. This app offers features found in alternative options such as Huawei Health, Muscle Booster and Home Workout - No Equipment but in one convenient package. It lets you create workout routines and track your progress. You also get workout recommendations.
As well as recommending weight-loss exercises, it also has an extensive library of exercises for other goals, such as gaining muscle mass. Most importantly, you don’t need specialised equipment, since most workout plans don’t involve any at all. Of course, you can also incorporate elements such as weights if you have them.
Good production values
JustFit - Lazy Workout offers a clean and straightforward interface, with simple buttons and sections that allow you to get started easily. Each exercise set is very detailed, offering information such as how many calories you burn, how long it takes, what equipment you need and what the focus zones are.
The exercises are very varied and are displayed in convenient ways. For example, there’s a section of exercises you can do on your bed. There’s also a questionnaire that allows the app to assess your current state and offer suitable plans accordingly.
Coach on the go
JustFit - Lazy Workout’s most significant feature is the Workout Coach. This virtual guide allows you to create a personalised workout plan, covering many types of exercises for every part of the body.
You can also target specific areas according to your needs. This doesn’t just mean certain areas such as the lower back or arms but also goals like weight loss or improving your endurance. All of this was developed by professionals in the fitness industry.
A good idea but a mediocre experience
JustFit - Lazy Workout is a comprehensive app, covering many things other apps do separately. A large amount of content makes it a worthwhile choice for anyone interested in improving their physical condition. It offers custom-tailored advice, workouts, and calorie intake plans.
However, bear in mind that even though the app is free to download and use, many features are only available in the paid version. Some users also complain that they were charged for the paid version even though they’d only signed up for the free trial. The developer should be more transparent in explaining exactly what the free version offers.