Cody - Fitness Video Training

Cody - Fitness Video Training

By Cody Inc

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2013-03-28
  • Current Version: 3.5.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 47.68 MB
  • Developer: Cody Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 1,203 Ratings

Description

Live in the movement. Cody combines video-based training from the world's top coaches with a supportive fitness community so you can focus on what’s really important: Being present in the moment to truly enjoy the sweat, strength, and triumph of each workout. SIGN UP FOR MEMBERSHIP FREE FOR 7 DAYS *Get 7 days of unlimited access to all 250+ of our training plans. It's only $24.99 per month thereafter with no commitments (see terms below). · Practice to training plans: Learn new skills and reach new heights with video instruction by some of the best coaches in the world. We offer plans in yoga, bodyweight movement, barre, weightlifting, and more. · Log your workouts: Keep a beautiful virtual journal of your workouts with notes, photos, times, and locations that showcase your workout story, not just the numbers. · Join the community: Follow your friends, meet new ones, and cheer each other on with likes, comments, and hashtags. · Track your progress: Review & revisit your fitness journey by browsing your calendar, timeline, and personal stats. · Desktop access: Log in to your Cody account on the web, and access your training plans from any online device. · Offline access: Download workout videos & watch them without an internet connection. Anywhere you take your iPhone or iPad is a place to practice. · Watch on your TV: Play workout videos on the big screen using Apple TV · Integrated with Health: Workouts, Cycling and Running Distance update to your Health dashboard (iOS 8+) Terms: After the 7 day trial period, payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase and your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Your subscription and auto-renewal settings are managed via your iTunes Account Settings and no cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during an active subscription period. Cody's Privacy Policy: https://www.codyapp.com/privacy Cody's Terms of Service: https://www.codyapp.com/terms Questions, comments, and feedback? We would love to hear from you! Send us an email at info@codyapp.com, and we'll get back to you pronto.

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Reviews

  • I think Cody is good.

    5
    By Jeffzkb27xSwiftiesXD
    I think Cody is a good one on the Apple App Store. It is useful.
  • Bad business practices

    1
    By Foodforyourheart
    I used to like Codyapp but they sold out to Alo yoga and then slapped a young yoga teacher with a ridiculous lawsuit. Not very yogic.
  • This company is NOT yogic!

    1
    By Kel kelllllll
    Please, before downloading this app and subscribing, read about the lawsuits happening right now between Alo Yoga vs Dana Falsetti. Then you will learn that Cody app (owned by Alo) is a company that does not reflect yoga values at all. If you want to find an app that promotes teachers who live in alignment with ahimsa, you won’t find it here. You will find Alo Yoga robots who only care about greed. There are so many other apps to choose from to have a home practice. Stay away from this one!
  • Trash Company

    1
    By Jjthejetplane:]
    This company has no morals. They use the image of a yoga teacher they’re currently suing to keep promoting themselves while leaving her in financial ruins. It’s disturbing when a large company takes such gross advantage of a the little guy!
  • Unethical

    1
    By anonincs
    I am shocked and appalled at CodyApp for not speaking in support of Dana and Kinoyoga while using their likenesses to promote their App sales. CodyApp continues as well to support Alo yogas(?) skinny girl outfits while Cody and Alo collectively are continuing to try and knock them down and ruin their good name (s). I echo the sentiment of many when I say SHAME ON YOU! We now live in a world where people strive to destroy others as they claim righteousness....how did this become acceptable? As supporters of yoga and (some) yogis you should be embracing what the practice truly is. This App will NEVER be on my technology won’t be promoted in any of my yoga circles.
  • The best online platform for yoga & fitness!

    5
    By andreafromaustin
    Cody App is by far my favorite online platform (and I’ve tried them all!) to practice with some of the best teachers out there, from both the yoga AND fitness worlds! I love that I can do a HIIT workout or core workout with a gymnastics pro, and then do some yoga with my favorite yoga teachers! Besides the fact that they have all of my favorite teachers dishing out some quality content, the end product is always phenomenal in terms of lighting/setting, and the fact that I can always clearly see what the teacher is doing! Big thumbs up for Cody App!
  • Deplorable

    1
    By wildyogithing
    The first thing you see when you open this app is a photo of a yogi in a handstand. But I have a very hard time accepting that this is an app that’s in any way aligned with the yoga practice when they’re suing a 24-year-old Yoga teacher. She is one person, and they a company. That is never right. To make matters worse, the lawsuit stems from Cody’s decision to sell out to Alo Yoga, a company that could not be more out of alignment with the principles of Yoga. With their large social media presence, they promote the notion that Yoga is only for thin, white people who can perform extreme, acrobatic yoga poses (sometimes on roof ledges or cliffs). They sell their clothing at a cost that no average yogi could afford— the only way to afford their clothes is to be sponsored by them. The people Alo does sponsor do not disclose that their daily posts in Alo clothing are ads, nor does Cody as they constantly post photos of yogis in Alo clothing— all against FTC regulations. Alo is sending cease and desist letters and subpoenas to anyone who speaks about against them, even small-town Yoga teachers. And because Alo owns Cody, Cody is associated with all of this! I will never purchase content from Cody again. At this point, both Alo AND Cody are blocking dissatisfied customers who speak up about this situation on social media— blocking their customers on social media! This is no way to run a business. Deplorable.
  • unethical

    1
    By Mariah Swearngin
    This company is unethical. They try to silence the voices of those who try to speak up for Kino and Dana. Let them go. Drop the lawsuit it’s not to late. Practice what you preach Cody App and Alo yoga. Our voices will be heard.
  • Never again

    1
    By An upset yogi
    As a previous subscriber I was going to recommend this app to my mother because I thought you supported inclusion for all shapes, and sizes. Dana’s chair yoga was my main reason for ALMOST recommending this. That will not be the case now that you are suing her. In fact I will be sure to encourage all those in my life who practice to look else where as your values do not reflect mine or those in my life.
  • #freedana

    1
    By #freedana #freekino
    This company and Alo are suing a 24 yoga teacher for $100,000 yet they still use her photos on there websites/apps. 😡

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