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FitStar Personal Trainer app review: everything you need to get into great shape in 2021



Featuring multi-angled video demonstrations, expert coaching tips, fitness tracking tools, and much more, this powerful iPhone and iPad fitness trainer app should give you everything you need to kick start your fitness efforts in 2020 and transform your lifestyle for the long haul.

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This personal trainer definitely one of the better examples I’ve seen of health and fitness apps offering things like fitness tracking, social networking, and exercise demonstrations.

FitStar has quite clearly been developed with a great deal of knowledge and expertise, both in the field of app development and health and fitness in general, so it definitely receives a very strong recommendation from me. For more on this personal trainer app, check out our FitStar review. 

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Get Fit With FitStar

The first thing you’ll need to do when you first start using FitStar: Tony Gonzalez is create a user account. Don’t worry though because this can be done by using your Facebook account, so you should be up and running within a matter of seconds.

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Once you get into the meat of the app, you’ll be able to access a whole host of great content, including a full range of video and audio content to get you started.

The videos are all of a very high-quality, offering visual demonstrations of exercises from a variety of angles, with in-house fitness expert Tony Gonzalez providing top-notch coaching tips every step of the way.

FitStar Personal Trainer app runs on devices with iOS 10.0 or later with support of up to iOS 14.0 and it is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It will need 272.2 MB of free memory space on your mobile device to download and install this fitness trainer app.  See our best fitness apps list.

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Track Your Workouts With Ease

There is also a selection of custom audio tracks you can choose from, which are designed to really amp up your energy levels and drive your workouts to new levels of success. Failing that, you can always import tracks from your iTunes Music Library and enjoy your own favorite workout songs.

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The fitness tracking aspects of this app are all fairly standard, and work nicely in conjunction with the social networking features. This means that you can log your workouts and earn new Moves and Badges as you reach certain milestones.

Being able to share your achievements with your FitStar friends online should really help with staying motivated and having a circle of supported people who can hold you accountable to your goals in a fun and friendly manner.

FitStar personal training app currently has more than two thousands seven hundreds customer Fitstar review ratings with a good average rating of three point six out of five stars on apple applications store web site. Supported languages of FitStar user interface are English, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish.

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Pros and Cons


  • Everything you need to get into great shape in 2020
  • Enjoy high-quality video demonstrations and coaching tips from Tony Gonzalez
  • Track your workouts to earn new Moves and Badges when you reach milestones
  • Share your achievements with your FitStar friends online
  • Quick and easy registration by using your Facebook account


  • There is nothing negative to say about this

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Final Words

FitStar: Tony Gonzalez offers a paid subscription service for some of the premium sections of the app, but you can certainly access a large amount of great content with the initial free download.

This is a great iPhone and iPad app for those of you looking to get into (and stay in) great shape, so be sure to take it for a test spin and see what you think!

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Mark is an opinionated writer who loves to review apps. In 2012, he started reviewing Apple apps on a regular basis and wonders how he survived up to that point without these apps.