With the iFit® Live wireless adapter, you can have workouts downloaded directly to your fitness equipment, and your results are automatically uploaded to your profile at the iFit® website! After a quick and easy setup, you simply plug the module into the console of your iFit® compatible machine and iFit® Live does the rest.
Workouts powered by Google Maps
Workouts with Jillian Michaels
Daily workouts automatically downloaded to your equipment
Workout results uploaded in real time to iFit® website
Personalized fitness program
Free iFit® app
iFit® Live module
USB connector cord
1-year membership card
PC or Mac computer with a USB port
Wireless 802.1b router with SSID broadcast enabled (hidden networks are not supported)
Internet connection (a broadband connection is strongly recommended; performance depends upon connection speed)
Note: This iFit® Live module is only compatible with fitness equipment with the iFit® Live port located on the console. This module will not work with iFit® memory card systems.
Took two hours to setup because the in-the-box software didn't establish the proper guidelines to connect to wifi. Multiple workouts disappeared from my history. Service from manufacturer is slow. I requested a refund for a membership I didn't need to buy and won't get it for 3-4 weeks. Ambiguous website, clumsy web interface. Google Maps feature isn't working per the rep until further notice. The rep didn't even know the module came with a 1 year subscription.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
The online iFit component is a neat idea - I don't always like the onboard workouts or get bored with them. Adjusting a workout manually can be a pain and I (like many others, I'm sure) don't always challenge myself as much as I could when adjusting the workout manually. The iFit component allows me to select from a wide variety of workouts and schedule them to my treadmill. This part I like, although the pre-programmed difficulties of the workouts aren't entirely compantible with my abilities.
For example, its idea of 'slow walking' is my moderate jog - I am only 4'10" tall and my little legs just can't walk that fast! So if I want a moderate walking program, I have to choose something a lot slower and it tends to be overall too easy and I end up adjusting the speed constantly.
The competition aspect was cool, too - I am definitely motivated to improve my time on that 5K next time!
I wish it allowed you to program your own manual workouts to send to the treadmill - I would design something perfectly suited to what I can do and a bit more so I wouldn't have to constantly adjust the speed and incline during a manual workout.
The connectivity of the module is spotty. Sometimes it connects right away, other times I have to let it time out and then reconnect several times (which wastes valuable workout time!) and a couple of times, I have been unable to get it to connect at all even though my wireless network is functioning perfectly. This aspect almost makes me regret spending the money on the unit.
It is good that the purchase includes up to four users on the iFit.com site, rather than just one.
The bottom line recommendation was a tough call but I would lean a little more toward recommending.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend