EQX ONE

Pairing you with an elite coach

EQX ONE pairs you with an elite coach who creates a customized weekly plan with classes and workouts to help you meet your goals. Your coach is always one text away, ready to adjust your plan, and keep you on track.
It’s personal coaching, powered by Equinox.
Discussion
Would you recommend this product?
2 Reviews5.0/5
Hunter
Pro
Looks like the Future Fitness team has partnered with Equinox to bring you their trainers virtually. Interesting that Equinox would go downstream to capture more value from their cash cow—training. I'll give it a shot, and you can get $50 off with my code: https://www.eqx.fit/r/kunal_b/ Here's more on the service: In a minute, you'll be paired with a world-class coach. Our coaches have trained pro athletes, Hollywood actors, as well as thousands of working professionals. As a member of EQX ONE, your remote coach will do all of the planning & tracking to get you fit. - Weekly Training Plan Your remote coach builds a custom training plan every week, based on your progress, feedback & work/travel schedule. - Digital Workouts Each workout is designed just for you. Our app gives you detailed video & audio guidance. - Constant Contact Your coach will text you to check in on progress, send reminders, answer questions, or just say hi. - Just $5/Day Your EQX ONE subscription is $150 per month — receive personalized workouts as often as you’d like, wherever is most convenient.
Recently ClassPass launched their own at-home workout app, a natural extension for their customer + recurring digital revenues. 😉
Hunter
Pro
@rrhoover but you go to Equinox. The Product-Ryan fit is pretty compelling! ☺️
@rrhoover @kunalslab I used to go to Equinox, until I began working on SuperFit full time. I'm about to launch a product in similar space to EQX ONE, and if you two have time, I'd love to get some feedback on the product. Unlike EQX ONE though, Remote's target audience is the coach, not the athlete. As a coach, Remote helps me share workouts with friends, like Nike Training Club or EQX One would if their apps allowed third party trainers. https://www.producthunt.com/post...
Hunter
Pro
@rrhoover @leo_kwan happy to give feedback if you contact me via https://earn.com/kunalslab. The $5 donation goes to Black Girls Code. I'd give a thorough answer there for you.
Hunter
Pro

Excited to get started with my coach, Renee!

Pros:

Super cool onboarding process, and they loan you an Apple Watch if you don't have one so you can track your workouts with them.

Cons:

Android app would be helpful. Digging out a spare one at the moment!

No, no, no. Had great coach in terms of experience but no way he could guide me by 1. looking at form to optimize my results; 2. looking at form to avoid injury (I hurt my low back and hip); 3. now way to assess when to move up or down on the weights. Also, you can't hear the instructions if you use the music in the app.