A 7-step guide to setting up your membership.
You’ve purchased an iFit Coach membership…now what? We’ll get you started in just seven steps
1. Download the iFit Coach app.
2. Log in to your iFit account
If you’re an existing iFit member, simply log in like normal (either with Facebook or your email/username and password). If you’re new to iFit, click Join to create an account and enter the required information.
3. Fill out your profile.
We’ll ask you a few basic questions about yourself. For members, this information may already be saved from your account, so you’ll just need to verify that everything is correct.
4. Connect your wearable.
After you’re done with your profile, follow the steps to connect your wearable. (If you run into problems here, you can enter “Get to Know Your Device: [your wearable’s name]” in the search box at the top. This will pull up an article that contains specific instructions for your wearable.)
5. Set up alerts.
Customize the settings for your wearable. If you choose to skip this part, you can always edit it later on in your app settings.
6. Tell us your goals.
Before we can create your personalized fitness plan, we need to know about your goals and preferences. We’ll ask you a series of questions, so be sure to respond accurately, as your answers will affect your recommendations.
7. View Today’s Plan.
Once you’re in the app, you’ll see Today’s Plan. It shows your goals, how much you’ve done, and what you have left to do.
There ya go! Now you have your own personal trainer and nutritionist right in your pocket. All you have to do is stick to the plan.
If you have any questions about iFit Coach, please leave them in the comments. We’d love to answer them for you!
WARNING: This post is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. The above information should not be used to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet, sleep methods, daily activity, or fitness routine. iFit assumes no responsibility for any personal injury or damage sustained by any recommendations, opinions, or advice given in this article.