Yes, you can download your favourite workouts to your Android or iOS device to work out without an internet connection! Once downloaded you'll be able to access the content for the lifetime of your active subscription.
Please note: This feature is only offered with our Premium Subscription. Downloads are currently only available through our iOS and Android apps, and not via our website or TV apps.
When you go to play a downloaded workout, you'll need to be online to open the LM+ app and sign in. Following this, you'll need to go offline to play any of your downloaded workouts. The app will always use an internet connection to stream videos, so be sure to go offline before you play your downloaded workout. You'll see a message saying "no internet detected", but don't worry, this is expected behavior!
To download a video using one of these devices, please follow the below steps:
- Make sure you are on a stable and active internet connection.
- Open the LES MILLS+ app and find the workout you wish to download
- Tap on the DOWNLOAD button, located just beneath the video itself
- Head to your MY WORKOUTS tab, the middle heart icon on the menu bar at the bottom of the page
- The video will be sitting under the DOWNLOADS tab, showing its progress
- Once the download is complete, you can then click on this to get going at any time.
*Please note that in order to play downloaded workouts, you would need to be online to load the app and sign in, then you can go offline to play downloaded workouts offline.
- If you wish to remove this, locate the video under the DOWNLOADS tab, then select the 3 dots to the right, this will bring up a menu where you can select 'Remove from downloads'
8. Once you've clicked on that, you'll see a confirmation screen, simply select REMOVE and you're all done:
Congratulations, you can now watch a workout video offline (or remove it) at any time!
NOTE: Higher quality videos use more bandwidth than lower quality videos. LES MILLS+ videos will automatically adjust in real-time to play at the highest quality available based on your connection speed, but if your service provider applies a bandwidth or data cap to your internet usage, you can change the video quality to a lower setting to consume less data. To do this, hover over the video quality setting in the lower righthand corner of the video while playing, and see quality options. The lower the number, the lower the quality and therefore less data usage.