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  • Sweat FREE six-month fitness app membership (normally £15/month)

    Sweat FREE six-month fitness app membership (normally £15/month)

    Via cancellable subscription. For newbies only


    If you're new to fitness app Sweat and sign up by 11.59pm on Fri 3 Dec, you can get six months totally free when you register via our special link. A monthly subscription usually costs £14.99 a month, or it's £89.99 for an annual subscription. 

    The six months free offer gets you full access to all of the app's features including:

    • Over 5,000 workouts including at-home and gym, and with or without equipment 
    • 19 different gym programmes created by personal trainers
    • One of the largest digital fitness training communities in the world

    Important: When you sign up to this deal, you'll need to enter payment details and after your six months free is up, you'll be automatically moved onto a monthly subscription, costing £14.99 a month. However, you can cancel your membership before the end of the free six months and you won't be charged for any subsequent months. To do this, you'll need to cancel via your Apple or Google subscription settings at least 24 hours before your renewal date. You can find more on this on the How do I cancel my Sweat app subscription help page.

    Make sure you sign up via this link, or by clicking the 'Claim Your 6 Month Free Trial' button to ensure you're getting the deal. The pricing on Sweat's website is listed in dollars, but you'll be charged via the App Store/Google Play in pounds if you wish to continue with your subscription. 

    How does the Sweat app work?

    Once you've signed up and downloaded the Sweat app (available for free on the App Store and Google Play), login to your account and choose how you'd like to train. You can select your own workouts or choose to follow one of 19 Sweat programmes which has been created by a personal trainer.

    If you choose to follow a Sweat programme you'll be asked to answer a few questions based on your fitness goals, current fitness level, where you'd prefer to workout (at home or in a gym), if you want to workout with or without equipment and what kind of training styles you're interested in. The app will then recommend programmes for you to follow and, if you like, schedule your workouts for you. 

    The app offers guided workouts, with videos and step-by-step instructions for exercises, meal plans based on your dietary requirements, and access to its online community (which is one of the largest of its types worldwide). 

    See How keep fit for free if you're looking for ways to exercise at home. 

    MSE Laura B says:

    If you've not heard of Sweat, you may have instead heard of it's co-founder, Kayla Itsines. She has over 13.5 million followers on Instagram, and over 28 million on Facebook, where she shares free health and fitness content. You can also find free workout videos on her YouTube channel. If you're looking to get into health and fitness but you're not sure where to start, a fitness training app such as Sweat can be a great place to start, as it offers guidance and programmes for you to follow.