Have You Tried Jefit’s Audio Cue Workouts Yet?

Jefit strives to continually improve upon their award-winning app. One of the more recent updates includes select workouts accompanied with trainer audio cues. There are dozens of new bodyweight and strength training workouts found on both Android and iOS platforms. The programs are featured on Jefit Elite or the free version of the app.

All audio-based workouts, can be found on either version of Jefit app located under the “Find” tab at the top of page (seen highlighted in yellow).

Audio Cue: All About Hands-Free Experience 

The last thing you need while working out is to have to hold onto your phone. Jefit audio cues let you know how long the upcoming set will take and the amount of rest as well as what the upcoming exercise is. It also offers a 3-2-1 countdown to let you know you’re almost finished.

 Different Types of Audio Cues

There are three types of audio tips available: (1) reminder (time countdown and exercise names), (2) pro tips (on Elite only), and (3) personal tips (user can create an exercise tip and replace the pro tip, elite only). Only the pro tips and personal tips are Elite features.

How to Use Audio Cue with Injury Notes

Click “yellow” highlighted areas

  1. This audio cue will remind you about recent injury at the beginning of the workout 
  2. The audio cue can be enabled when you mark a body part as an injury note in History (on a day) or Insights tab under Progress tab. 
  3. The audio cue will be dismissed when you mark the body part as “recovered”. 
  4. Once a body part is marked as recovered, it will become a record in Notes. You can mark it as an injury note again if you hurt the same part.

How to Use Audio Cue (general set up)

  1. Enable sound in your phone 
  2. Turn on the necessary audio cue toggle on your training page 
  3. The toggle will turn “blue” to let you know it’s on (see below).

How to Turn Off Audio Cues

We understand that audio cues may not be for everyone. You might not want to use them at all or after a while, turn them off, to take a break from using them. In any event, here is how to turn off audio cues on the Jefit app. Open any exercise plan and look below the list of exercises in that routine. After the last exercise you’ll see an area to “Add Exercise” and below that you’ll see in green “Audio (Cue).” To the right of that there is an upside down triangle. Click that and a menu pops up from the bottom of the screen on your phone. You can turn off either Cues/Pro Tips/or Personal tips. The last two are for Elite users only. Un click the blue check area and it then becomes blank. The cues are now turned off.

Trainer Audio Cue Programs

Here are just a few examples of Jefit audio workouts. The audio cues are included in beginner, intermediate and advanced workouts. All five of these exercise programs happen to be interval based. Please note that not all Jefit exercises provide exercise tips at this moment. Approximately 50 percent of the exercises feature trainer audio cues.

  • Beginner Bodyweight Routine (Elite, beginner)
  • Audio-Based Workout (Free, beginner)
  • Beginner Full Body Challenge (Elite, beginner)
  • 3-Day Advanced Workout (Elite, advanced)
  • 3-Day Multi Equipment Challenge (Elite, beginner)

Beginner Bodyweight Routine

This 1-day beginner, audio-based coaching routine offers exclusively bodyweight exercises. As a result, the program will challenge your entire body. About half of the exercises in this workout session offer audio coaching tips from a Jefit certified strength & conditioning specialist. The workout includes four supersets, where you will need to execute back-to-back sets with minimal rest.

Audio-Based Workout

This is a 3-day audio-based strength training workout. Approximately 50 percent of the exercises will have trainer audio tips attached to them, to help you execute the movement. The workout program consist of 3 strength training days – each of the workouts contain 1-2 supersets and work all major muscle groups. All three sessions include a combination of bodyweight, dumbbell and barbell.

Beginner Full Body Challenge

This 2-day audio-based coaching workout offers audio cues, the same that you would hear if working with a personal trainer or coach. Remember to turn “on” you Audio Cue button at the bottom of the page. The majority of the exercises use a dumbbell and some stretching and ab work is included. At the end of each session there is an “ab burner” series.

3-Day Multi Equipment Challenge

This program is a 3-day audio-based coaching strength workout. What you can expect on days 1 and 3 – are dumbbell only workouts. Both of these sessions are full body. As for the second workout, a combo session, exercises use dumbbells and a barbell. Again, this particular session is a full body workout. Have fun!

3-Day Advanced Workout

This 3-day advanced strength program has the added feature and benefit of having audio coaching tips for about half of the exercises found in each exercise workout. On DAY 1: You can expect a dynamic warm-up to prepare your body for the upcoming leg strength training day. DAY 2: In this 2nd workout session you have exercises focused only on push and pull movements. Lastly, DAY 3: Includes pressing movements for the shoulders in addition to a few core exercises. Enjoy the audio coaching tips and stay strong!

Use Audio Cue Programs on Jefit App

Try Jefit app, named best app for 2020 and 2021 by PC MagazineMen’s HealthThe Manual and the Greatist. The app comes equipped with a customizable workout organizer, training log, the ability to track data, audio cue tips, and a feature to share workouts with friends. Take advantage of Jefit’s exercise database for your strength workouts. Visit our members-only Facebook group. Connect with like-minded people, share tips, and advice to help get closer to reaching your fitness goals. Try one of the new interval-based workouts and add it to your weekly training schedule. Stay strong with Jefit

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