ROMWOD stands for Range of Motion Workout of the Day. What exactly does that mean? In short, exercising with full range of motion is ideal since it increases flexibility and boosts muscle growth. ROMWOD provides a daily workout for just this purpose.
Many fitness enthusiasts work out with poor form, leading to diminished gains or injury. ROMWOD aims to get every athlete in shape, the right way. The app, which can be used online or offline, includes a library of over 1,500 video-based “flexibility routines” which are directed towards stretching out every part of the body.
Each routine takes 20 minutes on average, a small price to pay for a lean and limber body. ROMWOD’s entire library of routines can be accessed through any smartphone or computer so you’ll have them anywhere. The app seems to have amassed quite a following, too – ROMWOD’s regimen is backed by various sports organizations like the CrossFit Games and USA Weightlifting, as well as over a thousand gyms across the globe.
Includes lots of content, effectively leads to results
Costs money (although there is a week-long trial) – it requires a $13.99 monthly subscription.
July 9, 12:56AM
User since 2021
"Well you know I've just never been very flexible..." Not Anymore! From elite athletes to grandparents looking to improve their range of motion, ROMWOD provides a low cost simple solution to build effective orthopedic maintenance for your body into your daily routine. Even for people short on time, these routines average around 20 minutes in length and often also help users better prepare for more effective sleep. When it comes to sports medicine, docs struggle to give patients the tools to help prevent future injury, and this is where ROMWOD fills the gap.
-Video instruction to your phone or tablet = portable routines -Variety is built in to every day to keep users engaged and target new muscle groups -Pathways can help users target problem areas based on individual needs -Voice over provides encouragement for beginners new to mobility practice -Can cancel free of charge after 7 day trial -Link to purchase equipment in the app if desired
-Cost $13.99 per month (although modest compared to gym fees and injuries) -If user needs additional equipment, this could be an added cost -Would be ideal if app could generate routines based on your workout of the day -Lacks a personal coaching solution if users have questions