While the basic, free Coach program only gives you access to one "personalized" workout program (and several audio and video workouts), there's also a subscription-based Coach Premium service that offers additional features and fitness programs at $39.99 a year. What this means is that gamers who own the Xbox console will be able to use the app to get in some workouts before/after they're done playing games.
Fitbit Coach provides you with access to video workouts and audio coaching from the comfort of your own home. And now that the Fitbit Coach personalized training app is available in Microsoft Store to download for Windows 10 and Xbox, getting (and staying) fit is more doable than ever. However if you do have one of its pulse-enabled trackers, you'll be able to benefit from seeing your heart rate in real time on your TV. Knowing your heart rate and which heart rate zone you're in will help you optimize your intensity and help Fitbit better measure your calorie burn. You can even listen to a selection of music via FitBit Radio to keep you motivated.
To get the full experience, which includes more than 50 expert-designed workouts, users need to sign up to Fitbit Coach.
Fitbit Coach is available in English, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish. At the moment the app is available for the Xbox One, One S, and One X, but its likely it will be made available for Windows PCs in the near future. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.