N26 x Freeletics—your personal trainer in your pocket
You’ve already got your bank right on your smartphone. Why not keep a personal trainer there, too?
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Motivating yourself to stay active can be difficult—especially during a global pandemic. But what if you had a personal fitness coach right on your smartphone, helping you schedule your own exercise plan to help you look and feel your best? With Freeletics, now you can.
Find out why 50 million customers choose Freeletics to help them on their fitness journey. For less than the cost of a single fitness class per month, you can get 24/7 access to your very own AI fitness coach and plenty of healthy recipes and dietary recommendations. Best of all, N26 customers now receive a discount when they subscribe to Freeletics—20% off with N26 Standard, and 30% off with premium plans.
What is Freeletics, anyway?
Freeletics is a digital personal trainer and nutrition app that tailors its recommendations specifically to you. Set your own goal from options like “Get toned” or “Improve your mental strength.” Then report on your progress and let Freeletics adapt to you. Your trainer will update itself so it can keep sending you the best recommendations, based on a library of over 300 exercises and 14,000 different workout options.
And what’s fitness without proper nutrition? Freeletics also includes an AI nutrition coach, offering you personalized meal plans and delicious, healthy recipes. Stay on track with encouraging messages and helpful scientific facts sent straight to your smartphone. Bon appetit!
How can I redeem this offer?
To take advantage of this special offer, open your N26 app and go to the ‘Explore’ tab. Under ‘Partner offers,’ tap Freeletics and copy your unique code to your clipboard and enter it when you sign up. Your discount will be applied automatically.
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