Simple, straightforward, useful. There were a few things I didn't pick up on with the UX, like how the app doesn't force me to do the suggested (for example) 3 sets of 8 - 10 reps, it just gives me the interface to record what I did. And it does need some equipment, a resistance band for stretching, bars for dips, and bars for pull ups. I suppose the latter can be done at a park. The app has basic gif videos to show you how to do the exercises.
Shiny and Hollow The UI is nice and intuitive, but that's about all I can say for it. There's no real explanation of how to do the different exercises, and with something like planking or the hollow body hold it's crucial to get the right posture. The "explanation video" was just someone silently doing a HBH for 60 seconds -- cool, but not helpful. And it's impossible to tell at the main screen if you completed any given exercise.
Fantastic Is that is fantastic - I was just getting ready to enter all this information manually into a difference tracker when I found it. The only thing i would change is adding Google Fit integration so that we could try to. work out. My other teacher does use google fit, so once i get used to this routine i may switxh back just to easily log my exercises. Google fit would bring me to five stars + pro version
Really superb app for anyone interested in bodyweight fitness - leads you through many progressions for warming up, skill based work and strength training. You can also follow some stretching and mobility workouts. I particularly like the fact I can look back at last session so I can try to improve a little each session. Has pretty much everything you could need. The one thing I would possibly like to see is 2 timers for skills work - 1 that just counts how long you've been working and a 2nd telling you how much handstand you have accumulated. Also, I would like it to remember what progression I am on between sessions. Great app that is fabulously functional.
I did not have time to use the app before exiting to honor the prompt to review it. My first impression is simply that the app designer did what was essential and nothing more, and dit it very well. I prefer not to have account credentials linked to every single flashy high finish app I come across only to find out they are useless to me; that any level of quality is present in an app that does not require that charade is itself impressive. Many look as though they were written with a Java 1.3 target
Good exercise app Good exercises, nice clean interface. The buttons are somewhat counterintuitive sometimes but nothing too hard to figure out after clicking around a bit. It's also great that the tutorial is a gif rather than a full blown video like some other apps.
- Added Starting Stretching - Flexibility Routine.
- Added Rest Timer - configure/customize your rest times in the settings.
- Added overview for each routine in Home.
- Fixed 505 Error for Google Play Store users who wish to purchase Pro version.
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