Squaddy: Workout log & groups

4.2
43 reviews
5K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Squaddy is the training diary you need. Train solo or in squads with support for many workout styles including: strength training, weightlifting, powerlifting, olympic lifting, bodybuilding, HiiT, CrossFit, F45, Hyrox, Tough Mudder, Obstacle Races, circuits, rowing, swimming, sprinting and track & field.

TRAIN TOGETHER
Bring your friends and teammates on your training journey by creating invite-only workout squads or by sharing your training journal. Training squads allow you to share workouts, posts, and chat. Use them for: sports teams (rugby, soccer, lacrosse, rowing, football, swimming, hockey, netball, basketball, etc); groups of friends getting fit for an event (holiday, wedding, summer); workout buddies; gym glasses; small-group PT; fitness events (Hyrox, Functional Fitness, triathlons); forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Law Enforcement, Fire); schools, colleges and challenges.

PROGRESS FASTER
Record progress across a huge range of exercises and access a detailed training history so you know you’re getting better. With support for: strength, cardio, bodyweight, isometric, strength x distance, bodyweight x distance, eccentric, circuits, complexes and supersets. Leave notes on each exercise and workout.

OWN YOU TRAINING SCHEDULE
Record past sessions and schedule workouts for the future with the training calendar; it’s easier than ever to keep track of your training.

ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS
Squaddy was created to help people achieve their fitness goals, whether just being active 3x per week or hitting a new pb as a competitive athlete. We support your fitness journey, whatever it is, and help the people you train with support you too.

terms of service: https://v2.squaddy.app/terms
Updated on
17 Jan 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region and age The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Financial info and 5 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.2
43 reviews
Mkingsiii
31 May 2022
Honestly almost everything we were looking for in a group workout app. All the stuff that I would like to see changed are minor enough that I'm not even going to subtract a star. Being able to add my own image to workouts or noticeboard posts would be amazing. Or even a small collection of generic icons for quick identification. Overall this is the best group workout app I have come across though! Great for getting the work squad ready.
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Hugh Murat
29 December 2022
I've been using the app for about a month pre-V2 update and V2 has thrown my routine for a loop. My immediate family was using this to keep the group motivated and challenged. We'd redo the same workout over and over with notes about what we actually performed, and the rest of us would receive push notifications that "Person did the workout" and we could read the notes. In V2, I can't add notes to the preset workout and an adhoc workout just doesn't post - "Oops, something went wrong."
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Squaddy labs: Fitness Journal & Social Training
25 January 2023
Hi Hugh. There are various ways to do this in V2. Could you email support@squaddy.app and we'll help you get set up in V2?
Emma Wykes
23 December 2022
Squaddy is a great way to log your training, from cardio to weightlifting and even circuits. You can easily make a whole training plan, share with your friends and chat about your progress all within the app. There's a calendar to show you when you worked out and your progress history which is really useful. I have started logging everything in here so its all in once place and not scattered around multiple apps.