BetterMe: Health Coaching MODDED 2022


Diet, Workout, Calorie, Fasting Tracker
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Getting fit is now even more accessible with the brand new BetterMe app!😍


📊 Customized wholesome approach to weight loss and weight gain

We adjust to your busy schedule, preferences and lifestyle to achieve fast results without harming your health

🏃‍♀️ Workouts for any level

Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, we’ve got you covered with a variety of exercise sets for at-home or at-the-gym sessions, with zero equipment or a full gym. Even if you’ve never tried to work out in your life, our simple and clear instructions will help prevent injuries and get you accustomed with a fitness world in record time

🥗 Easy-to-follow meal plans

Nutrition plans created by certified experts to boost your progress with options like intermittent fasting, keto, vegan, and many more

⏱ Intermittent fasting

BetterMe encourages you to try out a 16:8 fasting approach – a proven method that is all about WHEN you eat instead of WHAT you eat. Tap on the timer, start your fast, reap the rewards!

The BetterMe app provides you with:

🔵 Workout Programs: personalized sets of exercises and nutrition to help you get in shape faster
🔵 All-new meal plans: dishes picked according to your preferences, and are easy to make
🔵 16:8 intermittent fasting plan to help you take your weight to the next level
🔵 Calorie Tracker: know exactly how much you consume a day and monitor your macros all with an intuitive design
🔵 Water tracker and step counter to make sure that you’re reaching your daily goals

BetterMe offers varied workouts, easy-to-follow meal plans, and useful tips for everyone!

❗️There is no need to go to the gym; over 1,500 of our workouts can be done at home – with our vast library of exercises, everyone will find something to float their boat. Get ready to meet your new favorite way to get in shape fast!

Getting in shape has a lot to do with nutrition, and we’ve carefully hand-picked hundreds of recipes for every taste, cooking time, and budget. Quickly find your new favorite keto breakfast, vegan snack, low-calorie dinner and much more.


Thanks to your feedback, we can make BetterMe even better. This update brings you:
- Minor product improvements
- Major squished bugs.
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40 comentarios en "BetterMe: Health Coaching MODDED 2022"

  1. Emma Hill dice:

    I really just got the app to try the wall pilates, and the workout felt good and tired me out. BUT this app really really needs transition times, a pause button, and explanations of the exercises. I lost 10 seconds on each exercise and they’re only 40 seconds long, so that was a bummer. The lack of explanations makes it harder to transition quickly because I had to watch the person in the video do the exercise a couple times so I could figure it out.

  2. I like the workouts, however the app has several things I don’t like. The videos have no audio or instructions, just a video. Also, the workouts go from one video to the next without a pause to get in the right position. You can’t backup a video either. So you have to hit pause and get yourself from one position to the next, then hit play. Every time you open the app, there are ads for additional products. Everytime. It’s annoying. Like I said though I do like the actual workouts.

  3. Has a lot of features, but I downloaded and subscribed because I thought it would give me a specific workout program. It does not. It gives you the option of selecting from a bunch of wall exercises. There is also ZERO time between exercises that requiring getting in specific positions, often with changing the direction of the yoga mat. There is also ZERO voice coaching which is difficult.

  4. Terrible app. So many glitches. The modules are juvenile and basic. Entering food consumed is impossible with the drop down of choices. Once you finish a fast day, you can’t go back and look at accomplishment. Workout included in subscription is just a timer, otherwise you have to pay more for workouts. I should have done the trial instead of paying for 3 months. A total waste.

  5. I was expecting a workout based on the info I gave, that gradually increased as I progressed. I am almost 67 years old and the exercises gave no time in-between to get up of the floor, back down on the floor, etc. No audio description or instructions. Some of the exercises were manageable but others impossible for me. So far very disappointed. Just another work out app for young people.

  6. Romes dice:

    there’s no pause in between changing positions and by the time you actually get ready to start, you have 10 seconds left to complete 1 one exercise before it starts the next! mind you this is on a mobile phone that i have to switch holding, putting down, tapping to pause, and tapping again to play. if i can easily position myself standing up, laying down as fast as the lady on the screen with a snap of my finger, I’ll give it 5 stars! this just warmed up by being upset!

  7. Not getting a personalized plan, just a random list of videos to choose from. No instruction or time to get into positions, much less do the exercises correctly before it switches to the next. You can hit pause, but there is no way to go back to the start of the exercise. Go from standing to the ground and then back to standing. I spent more time repositioning myself than I did exercising.

  8. Not what I purchased. After completing questionnaire, I was provided a calendar with workouts and meal plans for the day. After closing and going back in, it’s a different view. The one workout I completed had instructions and previews prior to starting. That access is gone. The workouts in my plan tab have no transitions and no instructions. The calendar plan was very good and I was very excited to get going. I can’t seem to find that plan in the app or my emails. Very disappointed

  9. Heather dice:

    I’m a new user, but so far I really like it! There is one thing that I have found that could be adjusted IMO. During the timed exercises, there is little to no pause between the current exercise and the next one. Especially as a new user, I find it difficult to anticipate exactly what position I need to be in, which way I should be facing, standing up/on the floor, etc. I try to pause it quickly when one ends and the next begins, but it’s a bit of a hassle on my phone app. Otherwise, it’s great

  10. Today was my first day, exercises were pretty easy, but the video goes from floor exercises to standing to floor to standing. It would be nice if they could make all the floor back to back and then the standing ones back to back. The fluidity of it wasn’t smooth for the person trying to follow the video. You can see how the cut and pasted the video pieces together it wasn’t all video as one whole video. I’m not giving up yet.

  11. The app is ok. One of the 1st exercises I was unable to do so I modified it myself but it would have been nice if there was a modify button you can press for something similar. I also wish there was more time between parts of the exercise. Like one part required the yoga mat to face one way then the next part it faced different way but no time to adjust so I had to pause which interrupted the overall exercise experience. There should also be voice commands or music to help keep you engaged.

  12. Not thrilled with the experience so far. I don’t like that there’s not a narrative of the exercises being done, and as many others have said there no time to switch quickly to whatever position is coming next or the ability to go back in the video of you accidentally hit skip. Also, the constant barrage of ads is really annoying.

  13. I was excited to try this app, but ended up disappointed. I have food allergies to certain things and there was no option to eliminate anything other than nuts, grains, or dairy. The food tracker doesn’t allow you to input by anything other than oz. It also doesn’t allow you to input recipes and get the nutrition information. The meal plan was way too much for me. No easy lunch options to take to work. I felt like I was just paying for the timer.

  14. I agree with reviewer Emma Hill and the app rep did not seem to understand or reply correctly about transition time. If you are on the floor doing situps, you cannot be in standing position doing something on the wall all in one second. There is no time to process the next exercise, get in position and get in sync with the leader. I don’t mind the lack of verbal instructions, but even a 5-8 sec transition with a quick demo would be helpful. I miss the first few reps currently.

  15. There’s no audio telling you what the exercise is so you have to look reach time. There’s also no break between exercises to stand up or sit down, which means you waste 5 seconds getting set up. It should at least show you in a smaller window what is coming up. Also, you can’t skip back to the previous exercise, do I had to keep starting again and skipping to the one I wanted.

  16. Sh0t Dead dice:

    Really like it so far! The meal plan takes the last minute panic out of figuring out what to eat throughout the week. I’ve only done a few days so far so my only complaint at the moment is that the wall pilates exercises aren’t voiced and the instructor doesn’t demo the exercise at all before the timer starts. With or without voice I’d prefer to have a chance to watch the move before the timer starts.

  17. The exercises are good but the app is not effective. There are no instructions, no time to change positions, and no idea what exercise is next. Some your on the floor then it has you standing but there’s no time to get in the postiton. You lose a lot of workout time trying to change from laying to standing.

  18. Amy Gertz dice:

    90 day free trial. Free lifetime premium membership if you buy their wrist device which is currently 40% off. I’m finding it a useful tool that can easily be personalized. Easier for me to keep up than Noom. Lots of workout videos. I’m almost 70 and appreciate the variety that includes my current low ability level. Using it mainly to get strong after a long period of cancer treatments. This app gets a YES! from me.

  19. This app is mind blowing and mind boggling. I have no clue where to start and am somewhat confused about all the many choices. I’m not very teck savy, am confused on getting the most out of my smart phone to achieve my goals. I will keep exploring this as they have shown that my goals are achievable and not unbelievable. Tomorrow, I start my program – hate to exercise but LOVE the results! 😻

  20. The probably has some good features, but I was more interested in the workouts. With no voice or indication to get ready for next exercise, I miss parts and feel rushed. I also wish there were some basic instructions, reminders on form. I agree with others on no annoying background music is nice. I definitely won’t use the app till they do more with the workouts.

  21. There are no spoken instructions. Distance from wall, angle of body when performing exercises… nothing. Having to look at your screen constantly is not good. I cast it on my TV but I couldn’t make the video full screen on my phone to begin with. Voice commands when performing exercises with video are super important. Many times it adds to your motivation too. I had to keep pausing to switch positions for the next exercise and I couldn’t just start over. Not good.

  22. first workout. was a good series of exercises, but there is no time allowed for position changes. like if an exercise is standing, then flows right I to the next, and if it is on the floor, you miss out on a few of the exercises and vise versa. maybe I will flow better after more practice. but a 5 second pause between, to get next move down would be helpful. really at any level.

  23. I like it and I’m going to keep doing it because I have goals and made the purchase/commitment for 3 months. However, the workouts could make more sense. They go from a mat being parallel to the wall to being vertical constantly so you make a decision to keep the mat to the benefit of you for the majority of the time which is vertically. They go from up to down workouts constantly with no flow. I lose time doing each move because I need to watch what shes doing then reposition myself completely.

  24. Lisamarie dice:

    Edit 1/5/23 this is very much like Noom. Almost exactly, but without a coach and with the added benefit of workout options. They do need a way to go back and restart the exercise I don’t see a way to do that. Also I’m screencasting this on my TV but it certainly would also be amazing if this app was available on the smart TV so that you could just do the workout without screen casting

  25. I’ve only done 1 workout so far. The app needs improvement. Transitions between exercises would be great. As well as an explanation of how to do them, which muscles you should engage and how to breath through it. I’ve also read the first 2 chapters and, as a petite woman who doesn’t have any body image issues and just want to be healthier, I don’t resonate with the writing. Somethings are helpful like reconizing automatic negative thoughts and reevaluating your core beliefs! But needs more work.

  26. ** dice:

    I’ve only used it a few times. It’s a little different from traditional videos- no annoying voices, just a person doing the excercises. You need to be ready to start when starting the video, as it just jumps in. But I like it 👌. I’ve done the senior stretch, I believe it’s called. I used to excercise a lot, then life and a few things like osteoporosis and stenosis set in. Before things ruin my body, I figured I better get moving. So far, so good! I’d definitely recommend it.

  27. I like the wall pilates, but no transition time in between exercises. It also needs sound, a voice explaining the exercise and what is coming up next. It needs to be more planned out so that you don’t keep switching from standing to being on the floor. If you had transition time between exercises then it wouldn’t matter as much.

  28. I bought a 3 month subscription, thinking this app would actually be useful. I even read reviews that led me to believe it would be, but it isn’t. The workouts are not even narrated, just a tiny person on your phone screen, which you’re supposed to imitate for 30ish seconds, then something else. No help on if form is right, no encouragement, just a tiny person on your phone screen. The app is CONSTANTLY trying to sell upgrades & doesn’t interface w/common apps like Fitbit. Waste of time & $$$.

  29. So far not impressed. The workout doesn’t have any audio to tell you what to do next, so you have to get up and look at your phone and watch each exercise before starting it. Then there is also no time between exercises to shift from one position to the next. I thought that the app would give me the directions in my earbuds so that I could go through a workout seemlessly, but that doesn’t appear to be how it works. I will see if there are some other settings that improve it.

  30. This app is just okay. #1 – reason Im not renewing subscription, everytime I open the app its asking me to pay another 19.99 for something and there is no way to make it stop. #2 – the food tracker is extremely difficult to use because there are 20 if the same item and its difficult to adjust the oz and there is not a way to change settings that I have found. There are others that are much easier to use thatln this app. I won’t renew my subscription and wish I’d never paid for this app.

  31. I tried the wall pilates. It was very difficult to follow. It transitions to the next exercise quickly and without any indication of what position you need to be in when the clock starts. There is also no way to restart the clock once you get oriented to what you’re going to be doing. You should be able to at least preview the entire workout and see examples of how to position yourself before you start the workout. It’s very frustrating.

  32. Good app that is improving! At first I was bummed there was no time in between sets to preview the next exercise and no verbal instructions re form but I sent a message to the developer & got fast response that they’re working on it for the phone and that if you log in through a laptop/ desktop, this is already in place. If you use the desktop version their is ample time to prep for the next exercise and it’s described ahead of time and there are verbal instructions regarding proper form.

  33. It’s so rushed and constant pop-ups to buy extra products. There’s no sound or coaching involved to tell you how to stand or position yourself. There’s no time to get into the next exercise. You have no choice but to hold your phone in your hand the whole time and you’ll still miss the beginning. I regret buying the 3 month plan instead of a trail.

  34. I feel like this app needs ALOT of improvements. It won’t let me adjust my fasting time, for one. I decided to start fasting early one day, but then about an later, I decided to have an alcoholic beverage, and there’s no way to delay your fasting once you started. Also, when tracking my calories, the app has nothing in its history. I’ve used calorie apps before, and this one is super inconvenient. I’ve paid for 3 months so I guess I’ll just keep using it.

  35. The exercises are easy to do but for me as a beginner and have had several surgeries on my hips back and other areas it is hard to do without a little bit of pain. It would be nice that in the q&a part of getting set up if they asked if you had any type of surgery and what kind, because with my hip replacement surgeries it is had to do any thing that requires me to get on the floor or cross my legs.

  36. It’s definitely a good workout like everyone says, but it needs the voice-over that they’re working on and it needs a 15 second rest between workouts. And if they do add the 15 second rest period make the workouts 60 seconds instead 30 seconds. Otherwise pretty good app so far, just make those tweaks!

  37. The exercises are pretty good, but there is very little time to transition to the next exercise. On similar apps, there is a period before the next exercise where you are given an example of what’s next to come so that you can prepare. This app does not offer that. Therefore, the first few seconds of the exercise are wasted trying to figure out what to do. I recommend the app having 5 or so seconds demonstrating the next exercise.

  38. Workouts lack verbal ques. Tracking food isn’t easy. I signed up for fasting but there’s no queuing, no reminders to start or stop. I sinked my fit bit, but it doesn’t show workout and steps. I do not find it user friendly. It seemed a good idea in advertisment,but so much in reality. So far, I’m not impressed.

  39. Cancelled my subscription but they kept charging. No one to contact. Not even by mail. Only an automatic answer by mail. About training: No time to change positions during exercises. Even in the military they give you at least 5 seconds to be ready for next exercise. Time keeps running. Literally you have to dive to start pushups after a standing leg strech. Reminders are kind of annoying and there is no way to turn them off. Very disappointed.

  40. Wish I had read the reviews before purchasing. Now I see the same complaints I have. There’s no time built in for transition and no demonstration. Also, I expected a demonstration or follow along from an actual person, due to having to download a “video.” I’m only a couple of days in. The exercises are good, but there’s room for improvement from the actual platform.

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