GZCL Workout Logger

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About this app

It's time to stop fumbling with spreadsheets.

Start using this intuitive workout tracker built specifically for GZCL programs. Let the app hand the math so you can focus on the thing that matters, getting stronger.

Preloaded with these programs:
- Jacked and Tan 2.0
- Ultra High Frequency 5 Week
- Ultra High Frequency 9 Week
- Volume Dependent Intensity Progression
- The Rippler

The GZCL Method, created by Cody Lefever, is proven to get your stronger. But it is difficult to plan and track the programs using a spreadsheet. And you have to calculate your progressions. And you don't remember what weight you were supposed to lift in the gym. If only there was an easier way... BUT WAIT! There is! Download this app and hop on the easy train to gainsville.

- Preloaded programs
- Automated progressions
- Simple interface
- Post workout stats
- Exercise images
- Warm up, failure, and AMRAP (as many reps as possible) sets
- Support for Imperial (lb) or metric (kg)
- Workout notes and/or exercise specific notes
- Rest timer customizable per exercise
Updated on
Nov 17, 2020

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35 reviews
Jim F
October 27, 2020
I don't usually rate apps. I downloaded this app because I was a bit confused on the progression. This app is fantastic. It's so good that I paid the $5 for the pro version, just to support the dev. Speaking of the dev, top notch. Shot him an email on 10/14 with an issue with the custom bar weight. He responded to my email almost immediately and pushed out an update on 10/16 to fix the issue. Would rate higher if I could.
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Max Peart
July 3, 2021
When you fail a lift, it automatically lowers the reps next cycle, which is great, but after that it never again returns to the regular reps, and you have to set them manually each time. Aside from this, the app works well. It's a good way to quickly track your workouts.
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September 13, 2020
Nice looking app, but I got a few suggestions: - Shouldn't the weight in week 2 (and following weeks) show me the weight of the past week? So far that's somehow only the case for the t3 lifts. - The summary of a training day seems to have a miscalculation involved so that the total weight of each lift is way off my estimation (maybe kg/lbs conversion could be the problem?) - Rounding seems to be strange as well (e.g. 42,5 kg gets rounded to 43,5) - Different pause timer for t1/2/3 lifts.
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Jimmy Cook
September 19, 2020
Thanks for the feedback. I'll work on making these improvements!

What's new

Fixed error calculating volume for exercises.