Taking the guesswork out of fitness

Taking the guesswork out of fitness

Our Mission
We believe everyone deserves access to amazing training. Our mission is to make world-class, research-based workouts accessible to everyone, everywhere.
Countries we're in

150+

From Nome, Alaska, to Nairobi, Kenya, Volt users can access expert fitness guidance anywhere in the world, regardless of where they train.

Total squats performed

3 Billion

Volt users train hard—and with every workout completed, we’re gaining valuable data insights that help us take the sport and fitness industries to new heights.

Year Cortex launched

2018

The year we introduced Cortex, the world’s first performance training AI, to adapt and personalize workouts to each user in real time, optimizing both safety and results.

It all starts with the plan

Exercise science research shows that workouts are more effective when part of a long-term, structured plan. Volt creates personalized training plans that  adapt to each user’s feedback—so they get the right workout, every time.

Helping people reach their goals

Whether it’s training for a sport, job, or general health and fitness, Volt shows users exactly what to do to reach their goals.
On the field

Athletes and coaches trust Volt for quality, affordable training guidance that helps prevent injuries and take their teams to the next level.

In the field

Military personnel, law enforcement, and first responders use Volt to help them achieve tactical readiness—and stay healthy—no matter the job.

At the gym

From experienced workout warriors to people just starting their fitness journey, Volt provides expert guidance to help them achieve their goals step by step.

For the 9-5

From warehouse workers to desk jockeys, Volt makes workplace fitness easy to adopt (and scale) for companies large and small.

For the finish line

Volt helps triathletes, marathoners, cyclists, and other endurance athletes peak for race day, ski season, or whatever keeps them moving.

What we’re about

Incredible training, delivered through beautifully designed technology—that’s Volt.

Backed by science

Volt’s training content is based on 50+ years of exercise science research. Workouts are never randomly generated, but intentionally built to progressively guide people toward their fitness goals at their own pace.

AI that moves the needle

Cortex, Volt’s training AI, analyzes each user’s progress and predicts what they’ll need next with data-driven precision. Like an expert trainer, Cortex understands how a user is responding to their workout and updates their training in real time.

User-centered design

Volt workouts are delivered through an intuitive and beautiful fitness app. Thoughtful and responsive design combine to make every workout easy to follow—so users can focus on the training, not the technology.

Leadership

Board of Advisors

Dan is an Adjunct Professor of Sport Performance at the University of Washington and has been a CSCS-certified strength coach by the NSCA since 2009. He has coached elite athletes at the high school and college levels since 2006. Dan has a Masters in Sport Administration and Leadership from Seattle University and earned a BA from Colby College, where he played football.

Dan Giuliani

MSAL, CSCS, RSCC
Co-Founder & CEO

Trevor has been in the IT field for over 10 years, including 5 years at Accenture where he worked at notable clients such as T-Mobile, AT&T and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Trevor has a BS in Computer Science and Business from Pepperdine University, where he played midfield and was the President/Captain of the Pepperdine men’s lacrosse team.

Trevor Watkins

Co-Founder & COO

Brian has over 15 years experience in software and hardware engineering. He's tackled technical challenges for organizations such as Amazon, Adobe Systems, and Boeing, but has enjoyed most his time in the startup world. Brian has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maine and a M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Washington. A lifelong athlete, Brian enjoys backcountry skiing, mountain biking, playing soccer, and golfing.

Brian McNaboe

CTO

T.A. is the Managing Director at Pioneer Square Labs in Seattle and an active angel investor and founder of multiple companies, including Senosis (acquired by Google) and Gist (acquired by Blackberry). He also serves on the boards of the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Washington, Inkwell Media, VendorHawk, and Splash.org. T.A. was formerly a professional sailor, winning and losing the America's Cup and completing the Whitbread Round-The-World sailing race. He is a mechanical engineering graduate of Purdue where he attended on a full swimming scholarship.

T.A. McCann

Board Director

Bill has led domestic and international marketing for several major brands, including Clarisonic (acquired by L'Oreal) and Sonicare (acquired by Philips). He has played a key role in the successful launch of over 30 new products, including market-leaders from LifeScan (Johnson & Johnson), Braun, and Oral-B. Bill currently teaches Global Business Strategy and Marketing at the University of Washington. He earned his BS at West Virginia Wesleyan College and his MBA at the University of Pittsburgh.

Bill McClain

Board Director

Board of Advisors

Learn more about our board of strength coach advisors, who are pioneers in the industry and help ensure that Volt’s training is safe and successful.

Meet our advisors

Considered the “Godfather of Strength and Conditioning," Boyd Epley served as the University of Nebraska’s head strength coach for 35 years and founded the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) in 1978. According to ESPN, “Epley is arguably the single most important individual in the history of strength and conditioning in college athletics.” Epley returned to Nebraska in October 2014 as the Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning and currently oversees the department he built.

Boyd Epley

MED, CSCS*D, FNSCA, RSCC*E
Chariman of the Advisory Board

Mike Favre is the Director of Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning at the University of Michigan. In his 18 years of experience, Coach Favre has worked extensively with collegiate, professional, and elite international athletes. In 2011, Coach Favre was named the NSCA College Strength Coach of the Year.

Mike Favre

M.ED., CSCS*D, RSCC*D, USAW-2
Strength Coach Advisor

Justin Smith is the Co-Director of Athletic Performance at the University of Vermont (UVM). He oversees the strength and conditioning for men’s and women's ice hockey, and men's and women's alpine and Nordic skiing.

Justin Smith

CSCS, RSCC*D, USAW
Strength Coach Advisor

Devan McConnell is the Director of Performance Science and Reconditioning Coach for the New Jersey Devils. Prior to this newly developed position, Devan served as the Head of Hockey Performance at UMass Lowell, as well as a strength coach at both Stanford University and Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning. A native of Lake Stevens, Washington, Devan resides in Massachusetts with his wife, Erica, and their two children, Finnegan and Dublin.

Devan McConnell

CSCS, NASM-PES, NASM-CES
Strength Coach Advisor

Mike Nitka was the long time Director of Strength and Conditioning at Muskego High School in Southeastern Wisconsin. With 35 years of experience, Coach Nitka has been frequently honored for his contributions to the field, including being voted the NSCA High School Strength Coach of the Year in 1996.

Mike Nitka

MS, CSCS*D, RSCC*E, FNSCA, USAW
Strength Coach Advisor

Patrick McHenry is the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Castle View High School, and a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Board Member. In 2005, he was selected as the NSCA High School Strength Coach of the Year, and has received the Strength of America Award from the President's Council on Fitness every year since 2010.

Patrick McHenry

MA, CSCS*D, RSCC
Strength Coach Advisor

Careers at Volt

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In 4 months, I've made more gains than I did in 1.5 years on my own. I absolutely love this app.

AndrewJ964
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We just had our spring tournament where we played 14 sets—and didn't lose A SINGLE SET! The girls were in great shape.

Jack Nummerdor
Holton High School

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They are kicking the ball way harder than last year. They've out-jumped the plyo boxes so we have to get bigger ones!

Al Shorey
Darlington School

I love the ability to train with the personalized advice and guidance of a coach even when I'm on the road.

Cameroons
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I have 20 years of coaching experience, and I could not have spent my money on anything better than Volt.

Zach Raber
Trine University

Like having a personal trainer for your phone.

Geneseeker
app store review

I don't have time to build programs from scratch—so I don't understand why a coach would get anything other than Volt!

Joe Todd
Milford High School

Since we started using Volt a couple months ago, we have already seen an increase in strength and speed across our team.

Jenna Handshoe
Tusculum College

I love this app! It's so easy to use and after every workout, I feel the burn!!

E-DM23
app store review

I am running faster than ever and my core has never been this strong.

SeattleRunner87
App Store Review

Volt is a game-changer for us. We are definitely the envy of a lot of other athletic programs around the school!

Chris Adams
Shakopee High School

We had the fewest number of injuries this season and that is directly because of the Volt system.

Rich Carillo
Royal High School

Two years ago we struggled to have kids rep 135. After training on Volt for a year, we are repping 225!

Donnie Kerns
Buckeye Trail High School

These workouts are easy to follow and they kick your butt. Same way my college strength coach used to work our team out.

HardWorkinDawg
App Store Review

I am constantly getting comments from other coaches about how fit our team is!

Constantine Ananiadis
Oberlin College

This app is not like the million other fitness tracking apps...it actually has science and research behind it.

Sara Mos
App Store Review

Volt is the best program I've ever used for training our athletes. It is affordable, organized, and challenging.

Rich Albonizio
Hall of Fame Coach

Volt ensures that each athlete is being pushed in their workouts to gain maximum results.

Gus MacLeod
St. Michael's College

Since starting Volt, not only am I 19 lb leaner, but this is the strongest I've been in years. Volt is legit!

Nick Evans
Atavus Rugby

Volt is the only program that I have used in all 20 years of coaching that resulted in strength gains during the season.

Clint Gard
Rochester High School

Volt makes our job easier, and we’ve seen a tremendous effect on my athletes' athleticism and performance.

Constantine Ananiadis
Oberlin College

We are 7-0 and won our league championship—and our team is the healthiest we have ever been at this point in the season!

Tom Kick
Zimmerman High School

After getting my swim team training on Volt, my swimmers are in the best shape I’ve ever seen in my years of coaching.

Derek Amerman
Peoria Notre Dame HS

We were averaging 1.5 ACL tears every year for 10 years—but haven’t had a single one since starting Volt 3 years ago!

Andy Kaplan
Reinhardt University