2.52 Reviews

P.volve sells memberships to their at-home, digital, full-body workout program.

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P.volve Reviews

a year ago


I'll echo the other review here...very cool concept but I feel like it oversells a dream of looking like a model and the reality is I don't think it's nearly as effective as barre or other similar workouts. I spent nearly $100 on all of the custom equipment you need, only to cancel my subscription after 2 months. I think it would be so much easier to buy into without all of the custom equipment and if they were a bit more realistic about the results. I'm a naturally lean person, but I'd imagine for anyone else you'd be disappointed.


All the class names were very clickbait-y but didn't do a great job of describing what you would get. You have to spend a lot of money on equipment to make the workouts worthwhile. Workouts are kind of slow and not that interesting...

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2 years ago


A cool concept, a leader of its kind, but I imagine it's difficult to retain customers. The brand popped up in my Instagram feed a little after the world entered into a pandemic lockdown. Working out at home was the only option for many people like me. I signed up for the trial and ordered a few pieces of equipment. The order arrived relatively quickly. But I didn't continue the workout or equipment as I didn't find them all that useful/effective. The ball and sliders are now sitting in a corner collecting dust...


Workout sessions are not easy to follow. It's designed for personal trainers with clients.

Easy subscription management 🔁Fun unboxing 📦
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