Our Yes.Fit Review involves a virtual race platform, as opposed to the actual virtual races themselves. This platform has many, many races or challenges to choose from and I will review each individual race that I participate in… eventually!
There are several websites that offer various virtual races, my reviews are looking like they will be very similar for each race offered by one site. So I thought maybe a review of the platform offering the races would be appropriate so you can decide for yourself if you want to pursue races at each site.
Races Completed with Yes.Fit
- The Challenge Series: Savannah
- The Great American Adventure – In Progress
- Different Together
- New Orleans
I’ve completed a few races with this platform so far. Savannah was the first one. I did this one just after an actual road trip that Beck and I took, with my son, to Savannah. I have this thing where I like to collect medals and participate in races in each of the actual locations I visit. Savannah was the first. I’m hoping there will be many more.
I am currently working on The Great American Adventure race. I started this one at the beginning of the year and it will last the entire year. I just finished the Different Together and New Orleans races most recently.
What I Like
There are several positive things I’d like to share with you here in my Yes.Fit review:
- Quality Rewards
- Club Membership
With Yes.Fit, you don’t get the actual reward for the race or challenge until you’ve completed the goal. That’s actually pretty important to both Beck and I. We feel it’s a whole lot more motivating when we feel like we need to get it done to get the medal. If you send me the medal right away, well… I already have it so why should I work for it now?
This platform sends quality rewards made of solid materials. The Savannah coin was much bigger and heavier than something like the half dollar. I’d say it was at least as nice as the military challenge coins. There are also t-shirts and water bottles, etc. Yes.Fit has a lot of cool merch.
Another cool thing is that you get discounts for each friend that you refer to the site… and they do too!
The club membership is a cool benefit that differentiates this platform for others. For only $12 a month, or $120 per year, I get a 20% discount on ALL purchases. There are a handful of other benefits to having a membership, as well. For example, digital challenges, like Different Together, are free to participate in. The medal is optional if you want to purchase it.
Also, Yes.Fit has a ton of different races and challenges to choose from. More than any other site I’ve seen. There are so many that I want to do. If only I had a ton of money to do it!
What I Dislike
Now… my Yes.Fit review needs to be honest, right? There are a few things that I don’t like:
- Device Sync
- Limited Time
The site allows you to sync your device to log activities automatically like some of the other platforms do. This is a great feature. But it seems that Yes.Fit doesn’t log my activities as accurately as some of the other platforms. So I have to go in and double check to make sure my activities and times are accurate. This is a little annoying for the longer challenges.
Some of the challenges or races are only available for specific timeframes. I don’t like that. I know it probably has to do with keeping the merch in inventory and whatnot. But I’m on a budget and there are so dang many races! Sometimes I save races to do later when I have the time and money to participate. Unfortunately, I miss out sometimes when I miss the timeframe that it’s available.
Yes.Fit Review Summary
Definitely a Top Favorite.
So, to summarize my Yes.Fit Review, this is one of my top 3 favorites. Just the volume of races they have available for you to join, in my opinion, puts it several steps ahead of the rest.
I definitely recommend this site. I think the quality of the rewards and the variety of races to choose from, along with the club membership options put this platform in the front of the pack when it comes to virtual race platforms. Give it a shot, I’m sure it will motivate you as well. If you do join, be sure to use our referral code to get a discount on your purchase: VQJ7MNIo.
And, by the way, if you’re looking for a cool way to track your progress on your races or just to jot down the details, be sure to check out our Virtual Race Journal. These journals allow you to document all of the details of your race from start and finish dates to registration fees and pace times, and let’s not forget about that ever so important motivational playlist! Grab one for yourself while supplies last.
Now… get to stepping!
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