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GOLD’S AMP is a digital personal training app from the fitness chain Gold’s Gym. The app, which ordinarily costs $9.99 per month, features pre-recorded video trainer routines and a built-in music streaming service. The app includes hundreds of coached workouts ranging from 6 minutes to an hour long.
According to a recent Forbes Article:
On the app, there’s literally hundreds of coach-led, music-driven indoor and outdoor cardio, body weight and stretching workouts for users at every fitness level. Workouts ranging from 6-60 minutes include treadmill and outdoor walking, jogging and running, as well as elliptical, bike, stair climber, rowing and more, with new workouts added every week. There’s also a full catalog of music on there you can customize depending on the workout you choose.
The app also offers opt-in push notifications to help users stay motivated and get alerts for new workouts. And to make it even more engaging, Amp users can also share results on social media and connect to Apple’s Health app on iOS to make it easy to track progress.
Today, subscribers of T-Mobile, can get a 60-day trial offer of GOLD’s AMP for free with T-Mobile Tuesday.
That’s good for me – I’m going to try it out!!
I clicked on the T-Mobile app, to claim this, and these are the instructions to redeem it:
TO REDEEM YOUR FREE 60-DAY SUBSCRIPTION:
1 Tap “REDEEM”
2 Enter your first name, last name and email address
3 Create a GOLD’S AMP™ account and download the app to use your free subscription
Claim in app by May 30, 2018, at 4:59 a.m. ET and redeem by May 31, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. ET for access to a 60-day free unlimited trial of GOLD’S AMP app. Upon promo code activation, user has free, unlimited use of GOLD’S AMP for 60 days. New subscribers only.
Have you used Gold’s Amp, and if so, what was your experience with it? I’m curious to see how it works, and, whether it uses a lot of data. Feel free to leave comments below.
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