- Requires monthly subscription service
- No touch screen
- Weights aren’t included
- Doesn’t offer form feedback
How to Mod?
- Download Mirror v4.1.9 mod apk
- Now install it on your program.
- After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
- Then paste it in an installation directory
- Enjoy full version
Mirror v4.1.9 Mod Apk Premium Requirements
- 2 GHz Processor
- 2GB of RAM
- HDD space 800MB
- 670-MB installation space required
- Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
- MAC OS X 10.8 or later.
Using the Mirror
The Mirror v4.1.9 Mod Apk Premium is simple and easy to use, but since the display isn’t a touch screen, it’s controlled using your phone. To get started, flip on the power switch on the bottom of the Mirror itself and wait for the logo to appear on the display.
Then, open the app to make sure the Mirror is properly connected to your phone via Wi-Fi. If your phone ever disconnects, an icon appears in the upper right corner of the screen.
At the bottom of the app are five tabs: Home, Classes, Live, Progress, and Settings. Under the Home tab, you’ll find recommended classes that are curated based on a survey (which asks about your goals, skill levels, and limitations) and your workout history.
Toward the bottom, you can scroll through upcoming live and featured classes. The Classes tab houses the full catalog of on-demand workouts, which are separated into 13 different genres: barre, boxing, cardio, chair, dance, kickboxing, pilates, pre/postnatal, strength, stretch, toning, and yoga. At the top are two additional tabs labeled Programs and Collections.
Under Programs, you can choose different plans that are separated based on level of difficulty. The Collections tab only has three different options for now, all of which bundle a variety of workouts together based on themes like Absolute Beginner and 15 Minute Favorites.
The Live tab is where you’ll find the schedule for all the live classes based on day and time. When you tap on the Progress tab, you can see your weekly stats, workout log, and how close you are to reaching your workout goal. Lastly, the Settings tab is where you can connect to your Mirror, the included Bluetooth heart rate monitor, and more.
When searching for classes, you can also filter workouts based on preferences like genre, instructor, difficulty, duration, and equipment. When you find a class you’re interested in, tap on it to see a breakdown of the workout, what it’s designed to target, and a background on the instructor.
Scroll to the bottom and you’ll see all the specific exercise moves you’ll be doing throughout the class and for how long.
In terms of music, the Mirror is compatible with Spotify. Once linked to your Spotify account via Settings, you can choose which playlist you want to listen to during the workout and control the music volume. Sometimes, instructors curate their own Spotify playlist for a specific class that you can then play during the workout.
Working Out in the Mirror
Even as a newbie, Mirror’s classes are easy to follow. Throughout the entire workout, the instructor is in the middle of the display, explaining and demonstrating each exercise. Every time a new move or exercise starts, a timer appears in the left corner to indicate how long you’ll be completing it for.
Since there’s no one physically present to correct your form, your reflection in the mirror makes it convenient to check that you’re executing the workouts correctly.
At the bottom of the display are two metrics: calories burned and heartbeats per minute. There’s also a meter for target heart rate, which highlights where your heart rate should be throughout the workout and where it is at that moment.
This allows you to easily identify whether you should pump up the intensity or slow down, in order to match the target.
While you aren’t required to wear a heart rate monitor when using the Mirror, it helps you get the most out of your workouts. For example, if you’re wearing it during a live class, the instructor can see your beats per minute and give you a push if necessary.
Toward the end of a barre class, when I was getting a little tired and decided to slow down a bit, the instructor could see my heart rate dipping and encouraged me to keep going with a quick shout-out, which definitely helped.
Similar to the way FightCamp’s punch trackers hold you accountable for reaching your punch goal, the idea of someone keeping an eye on your heart rate really pushes you to stay on target. It also makes up for the absence of a leaderboard, which adds a competitive element to Peloton’s classes.
All of Mirror’s workouts are filmed inside of its New York City studio with only an instructor present. Each class has a black backdrop that creates an environment free of distraction, allowing you to focus only on your own metrics and form.
While the display shows a list of other people taking the class with you in real time, you can only see information like their name and the city they’re from.
Knowing I was working out with no one around, I took my Mirror classes as an opportunity to step out of my comfort zone by incorporating different equipment into my workouts that I normally wouldn’t attempt at the gym. Using the resistance bands that come with the starter pack, I took a few beginner’s strength training classes.
While the workouts weren’t easy to get through, the instructor would demonstrate the exercises from different angles, allowing me to make sure I was executing them properly. I was sore for days afterwards, but I was also excited to incorporate the resistance bands into future workouts.
With tons of on-demand and live classes to choose from, Mirror v4.1.9 Mod Apk Premium makes it tough to get tired of working out. While it’s undoubtedly pricey, it’s a great option for apartment dwellers in cities where gym memberships are expensive and space at home is limited.
With the ability to take classes on your own schedule and in the comfort of your home, the Mirror allows you to more easily squeeze in workouts on busy days. The instructors are enjoyable to exercise with, the target heart rate zones help make sure you get the most out of your classes, and your own reflection helps you keep your form in check.
And, when not in use, the Mirror exists subtly in the background as a regular mirror. It’s a terrific balance of form and function, and one that’s worthy of our Editors’ Choice.