TB12

TB12

By TB12 LLC

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2017-12-11
  • Current Version: 1.4.9
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 96.39 MB
  • Developer: TB12 LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 455 Ratings

Description

Anybody. Anytime. Anywhere. Whether you’re a professional athlete or simply want to stay active, TB12 is centered around a holistic philosophy to health and wellness by using workouts and nutrition to help you do what you love, longer. The TB12 mobile app offers a library of engaging videos, information, and advice to transform your mobile device into a dynamic workout guide. Everybody is different, so your workouts should be too. That is why we design unique workout programs for each client focused on helping them reach their personal goals. We use resistance band workouts and muscle pliability work as a primary or complementary way to train. - Learn how to live the TB12 lifestyle with customized resources covering exercise, pliability, hydration, nutrition, and cognitive practices. - We’ll help fuel your body with a growing library of healthy and delicious recipes, supplementation recommendations, and hydration advice. - Get a look behind the scenes with exclusive content featuring our Body Coaches and the TB12 community. - Track your daily hydration progress and sync workouts with the Apple Health app. Subscribers receive: - A personalized workout program tailored to your goals and abilities. - 400+ exercises so you’ll never do the same workout twice. - A library of exclusive pliability and resistance band workouts. -Our favorite smoothie, snack, and meal recipes. SUBSCRIPTION PRICING & TERMS The TB12 app is free to download and use — you can also upgrade to TB12 Premium by selecting an auto-renewing subscription option: $9.99/month $99.99/year Payment will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription renews automatically unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the subscription period. Subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal turned off in Account Settings in iTunes after purchase. Once purchased, refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. Read our full Terms of Service at http://tb12sports.com/APP/TB12-App-Terms-of-Service.html. Read our full our full Privacy Policy at http://tb12sports.com/APP/TB12-App-Privacy-Policy.html. Read our Premium Access Terms & Conditions at https://tb12sports.com/APP/TB12-Subscriptions.html.

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Reviews

  • Couldn’t download workout

    3
    By mindfulness12345
    The app glitched my phone and couldn’t load any workout at all. P/s: it works a day later. I can load the video online but still can’t download the workout.
  • Seriously?!

    2
    By Zozzi2gj
    For $10/month I was expecting way more. Actually, much less would be a really good thing. I’m 62 and in good shape. Swim a mile 3 times/week and I just dumped the weights and am addicted to the resistance bands which I do the other 4. So, why can’t I build my own workout? I don’t do “leg” and “upper” days. Really disappointing.
  • TB12

    5
    By La Johnny
    Great information in making my transformation.
  • TB12

    4
    By D. Hill
    This review is from a non subscriber who is new to the app. Upon setup the application makes it easy to enter in your first name, height, weight and account information. After setting up your account or logging in users can begin to navigate the interface. Focusing on design of the menu interface the app is easy to use as well to look at with the bright red TB12 trademark color blending in with the white grayish tone. The app is swift when navigating and never sluggish. While providing a wealth of content the app is also never confusing to use. The app provides article and video content in exercises, diets and products to purchase in a integrated format. TB12 provides a free trial as well so it is worth a download for those interested.
  • My favorite workout app

    5
    By MattBirk
    I recently came across Tom Brady‘s book and went to the bookstore and sat down and read the first chapter. It made so much sense to me… Here’s a guy that is 41 years old and is rarely hurt… His constant striving to be longer the muscles to keep them pliable clicked with me. I decided to download the app and give it a shot for one month. I just hit three months strong with the app. At the one-month mark I did not even check in with myself because I was so into the TB12 workouts. You can select what type of athlete you are in it will design workouts for you. When I first started I did overall athlete but then once the ski season began I switched it to skier. If I don’t do these workouts three times a week then my core and body does not feel as strong. I have suffered with low back pain for the past two years and this is the absolute best I’ve felt. What are you especially like about it is that they are not simply telling you some exercises to do, but rather most of the exercises I have never seen before in my life and they look pretty easy but they are so challenging to the core. I think the app does a one week free trial so if you were on the fence commit to doing it three times in the first week and then you can always cancel if you don’t like it.
  • Is this really what Tom Brady does?

    3
    By Vince6816
    This app is ok. Not what I would imagine an elite athlete nor one to the playing caliber of the ‘greatest of all time’ would use. I suspect this is geared towards the average joe. Nike Training Club (Apple App Store) or Core Performance is much more challenging and similar.
  • Best Workout program for those over 40

    4
    By clydesdalecm
    I’m a former professional baseball player, and have had multiple surgeries since playing. Broken wrist, two shoulder surgeries, three knee surgeries, & arthritis in my lower back. In my 30s, I was lifting weights, jogging and cycling which worked great up until that second knee surgery. As I approached my 40s, I would go hiking occasionally, but didn’t seem to find the enough frequency or intensity to stay in shape. At age 45, I committed to CrossFit, and the instructor was great in eased me into the classes. But as the intensity increased, I ended up having a third knee surgery. At age 46, I was left to going for long walks, I would walk a golf course, and I would play ice hockey once a week in and over 40 men’s league. I then had an epiphany at age 48 when I was watching the first Patriots game of the season. How is it that Tom Brady can still be playing at such a high level at age 41? And apparently seem to be as fit as ever and essentially uninjured to the naked eye. I studied the materials on the TB12 Method, and gave it a shot. I am now 3 months into the workout program and this is the best I’ve felt since age 35. I went all in and purchased the vibrating foam roller, vibrating sphere, handle bands and looped bands. I complete my work out in my basement in a relatively small space, and to take the equipment on the road when I travel. I’ve consistently been working out three or four days a week, and I feel worse on days I do not work out. I’ve only lost 10 pounds, but there’s no doubt my BMI is changing for the better, as clothes that haven’t fit me in a few years are now back in the wardrobe rotation. Obviously, I am a huge fan of this program and I am happy to provide this testimonial for others to hopefully get those who have either been injured or sedentary off the couch and into a consistent workout program that can work for them.
  • Great workout app

    5
    By Reedk
    First, it only does the TB 12 workout so if you are looking for a general workout app look elsewhere. It has a tone of sports specific workouts that use the TB 12 gear which I like. The workouts consist of a rollout, 3 workouts that vary by week and day, and a final rollout. The lady talks you through them so you can listen on an airbud and occasionally glance at at video to make sure you are doing it right. It integrates with health so other apps know about the data. It is a program though so no customization but overall if you want the tb12 workout walkthrough it does the job.
  • Good workout plan, app has issues

    2
    By NStavas22
    There are lots of times when it takes 30+ minutes to download the workout. Also I’ve had to delete the workouts and re-download them because it freezes so often. Love Tom Brady, love the workout plan, but the app needs some fixes.
  • pretty good but

    5
    By skitunes2
    overall the program works- i feel great. but, need to add downhill skiing as a workout profile.

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