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Review: Activ5 Portable Workout Device


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Here is our review of the Activ5 Portable Workout Device.

Exercise Anywhere

Activ5 is a portable isometric-based strength training device & coaching app. It’s the ideal product for anyone looking to improve their fitness, tone their body and stay in top condition. 
Perfect for all ages, fitness levels and anyone with a busy schedule. Activ5 uses isometrics to give you a low impact, full-body workout.

The hand-held, connected device lets you perform 100+ exercises and track your performance gains. Leveraging proven isometric strength-training exercises, Activ5 and the free Training app will help you reach your personal fitness goals and have fun doing so.

The Activ5 device is a “Tiny Gym in Your Pocket” that effectively tones and strengthens muscles.

Activ5 has a durable design that measures more than 90.7kg (200lbs) of muscle force and has proven to increase strength by an average 30% in just 6 weeks.

What’s in the box?

The box contains the Activ5 and some instructions.

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

Setting up the Activ5 is really simple to do and you will be ready to use it within a few minutes.

The Activ5 Companion App (which works on both iOS and Android) features more than 100 seated and standing workouts, enabling users of any age and fitness level to achieve the benefits of strength training with ease. The Activ5 also connects to Apple Health and the Apple Watch.

The Activ5 enables you to complete 5 minute workouts from pretty much anywhere – depending on which workout you are doing.

If you are not a fan of going to the gym (or you’ve not been able to go to the gym) then being able to do workouts from home (or anywhere else) without the need to have lots of different gym equipment around is very appealing. You’ll be surprised just how good this little device actually is!

The Activ5 Portable Workout Device is available now priced around £125.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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