What a gym app should strive to be It may not be the best app around, bit it was the only one who could get me to do more than 15 pushups in a row and do a couple actual chinups (instead of pullups). 2 dollars well spent. It comes with graphical statistics of your improvements, which is awesome
Great for beginners Does the job of you do the work. Easy to follow. I'm sweating right now. You have to push yourself
Tool does not get one fit but... One gets one fit... Just do it with a great tool to incentivise. However I note from September onwards the Arm Dip exercise at beginning of Week 4 suddenly ramps up the target numbers and progressively tapers off towards end of Week 6. Normally targets are built up over the weeks not in reverse. Other exercises graduated targets ok. Be prepared for some real hard yards after Week 6 if restarting at Week 4.
Good program for most part. It could be just a little more user friendly. It would also be nice to suggest cardio to add in or a whole routine for all of the movements at once. Something varied to keep it interesting, not just all pushups then sit-ups etc. or 1st round of each then 2nd etc. Just my thoughts though
All you need I downloaded it to remind me to do my daily push ups. This app is perfect for the reminders and I really like how it calculates your reps. Nice, clean, effective, and simple.
Good app Challenges you to push yourself, especially if you don't rest between sets. Would be better if suggestion of warm up and cool down to avoid injury.
- Redesigned interface
- Training schedule optimization: more accurate configuration depending on your initial results
- No annoying tests between weeks: take a test before Week 1 and carry on with your trainings
- Help screens between weeks have been removed: the app is now even easier to use
- Massive help texts and test descriptions have been replaced with a convenient hints&tips system
- Many bug fixes