TrainerPass Review

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How Does TrainerPass Work?

Signing up for TrainerPass is quick, easy and affordable. In fact, at less than $5 per month for the Flex Pass, it is one of the most inexpensive options available. To get started, all you need to do is create an account and log in. You’ll get instant access to the TrainerPass library of more than 100 workout videos and pre-planned workout schedules.

Once you have an account set up, you can immediately start working out. As you progress, you might want more intense and targeted workouts. That’s where the Trainer’s Pass option comes in. If you upgrade your membership, you’ll get direct access to a personal trainer that you select. That will let you follow their workout routine and get feedback on your progress.

What Makes TrainerPass Stand Out?

Many online fitness platforms focus on providing a huge library of workout videos without offering much support. At TrainerPass, you don’t have thousands of videos to browse through, but you do get the option to enjoy individualized support during your fitness journey. You can work with a single trainer to achieve your fitness goals.

Plus, with a more limited library, you don’t spend hours putting together a workout schedule. You can find and enjoy your favorite workouts in minutes. Search by type of exercise, look at the ratings and find workouts that keep you motivated all the way through. Most videos are about 20-25 minutes, but you can find longer or shorter workouts to fit your schedule. By giving you preview information on every video, you can quickly and easily sort through the catalog and put together your preferred playlist.

Common Reviews of TrainerPass

With a solid, 4-star rating on the Google Play Store, you know you’re getting an app that works and provides a seamless user experience. The on-the-go aspect of online personal training is one of its biggest benefits, and TrainerPass seems to be doing it right.

When CBS first offered TrainerPass, it was to offer high-quality exercise videos taught by famous fitness instructors to the masses. The lower price point and ease of use have quickly made TrainerPass a favorite for the casual user. Not only can you use it on virtually any device, you can also bring it with you to the gym or on the road.

The biggest complaint users mention is the hidden fees. When you upgrade to the Trainer’s Pass, you pay individually for every trainer. Some are very nominal, while others charge more than $10 per month, just for access to their hosted video content. Be sure to look at pricing carefully and select the trainer you’re most interested in if you decide to upgrade.

Is TrainerPass for Me?

If you know what you’re looking for in an online fitness platform or want to use a specific trainer’s content, TrainerPass may be what you want. Through TrainerPass, you can select a specific trainer and gain access to a large variety of their videos. Whenever they post a new workout, you have instant access.

You don’t get access to every trainer through your membership. Every trainer charges separately for a pass to their content. This means you may want to do some exploring and find the right trainer before you select one for a Trainer’s Pass membership. You can always buy more than one pass, but that can get expensive since the charges are monthly.

Ultimately, if you want easy access to some of the best fitness videos out there, TrainerPass might be for you. If you want a lot of variety or to try out many disciplines before making a decision, you might want to start with a different service before you graduate to TrainerPass.

About the Author

Jeff Hindenach

Jeff Hindenach is the co-founder of Versus Reviews. He graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism. He has a long history of journalism, with a background writing for newspapers such as the San Jose Mercury News and San Francisco Examiner, as well as writing for The Huffington Post, New York Times, Business Insider, CNBC, Newsday and The Street. He believes in giving readers the tools they need to get out of debt.