NordicTrack Vault ReviewThe NordicTrack Vault is designed to take home gym equipment in a new direction.  While not in use, it looks to be little more than a full-length floor mirror. However, when in use, the mirror becomes a massive touch-screen workout system that slides and swivels away from a hidden storage unit behind it. Within the storage is a spectrum of workout equipment that can be used on its own or in combination with the many instructions, videos and other features that display on the mirror.

What Comes with the NordicTrack Vault?

The NordicTrack Vault’s fitness mirror streams instructor-led exercise videos. The unit comes with a year’s subscription to iFit. After that, the subscription for individuals or families can be continued for a monthly or yearly fee.  iFit provides a massive catalog of different types of training options including high intensity interval training (HIIT), strength training, cardio workouts, yoga, and others.

Beyond the mirror, the NordicTrack Vault itself is a fully loaded kit that contains:

– 2 kettlebells (20 pounds and 30 pounds)
– Dumbbells (pairs ranging from 5 pounds to 30 pounds)
– Yoga mat
– Yoga blocks
– 3 loop bands
– 3 resistance bands

The equipment all fits within the slim cabinet hidden behind the mirror for a very small floor footprint and to avoid the cluttered look gym equipment can bring a room.

Streamed Workouts

The NordicTrack Vault first became available in late February 2021. It started with over 150 workout sessions available, but it continues to add to its offerings the longer it’s on the market.  The workout classes are divided into four different categories.  These include:

– Strength training
– Yoga
– Recovery, mobility and stretching
– HIIT

Each of those categories is further divided by skill level:

– Beginner
– Beginner/intermediate
– Intermediate
– Intermediate/advanced
– Advanced

The NordicTrack Vault’s Mirror

Check out the video review and discuss it on a weight loss forum to find great first-hand information about people’s experiences with the NordicTrack Vault.

The mirror is 60 by 22 inches and provides a sizeable 32-inch screen.  It has Bluetooth connectivity and can swivel at a substantial arc, making it possible to angle the screen directly at your workout space within the room where it is stored. This means that, unlike many other workout mirrors, it doesn’t need to be placed centrally in your room if that’s not what the décor/practicality permits.  You can tuck it off to the side and simply angle the mirror toward where you’ll be doing your workout.

That said, as the NordicTrack Vault stand is actually a heavy-duty shelf to hold weights and kettle bells, be aware that it is challenging to move. Once you have it in place, it’s a bit of a commitment.