FitNotes - Gym Workout Log

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About this app

FitNotes is a workout tracker with a focus on simplicity and clean design.

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Workout Log
- View and navigate daily workout logs quickly by swiping between them
- Navigate to a specific day using the inbuilt calendar
- Add an exercise to the workout log and record sets of weight and reps or distance and time
- Swipe across when recording sets to view your workout history with the exercise
- Attach comments/notes to sets
- Rest timer with sound and vibration options
- Re-order exercises you've added to a workout log (long press an exercise card to initiate 'edit mode' and then press and drag the blue drag icon at the top right of the card)

Exercise Database
- Includes a default selection of categories (Chest, Back, Legs, etc)
- Each category contains a small default list of exercises
- Create custom categories to better suit your training program
- e.g. Olympic Lifts, Plyometrics, Ab Training, etc
- Add new exercises quickly using 'Save and New' feature
- Two exercise types: Resistance and Cardio
- Resistance - record training in weight and reps
- Cardio - record training in distance and time

- Create a routine to provide quick access to your most commonly used exercises
- Assign exercises to a particular day within the routine
- Name a day whatever you want (Monday, Chest Day, Workout A, etc)
- Select a single exercise from a day within the routine to add it to the training log
or hit 'Log All' to add an empty set for each exercise which can then be filled in later
- Create as many routines as you want and switch between them using dropdown list
- Remembers which routine you selected last

- Dates on which you have recorded training logs are highlighted
- Tap a day in the calendar to display a popup listing the exercises performed on that day
- Navigate to a specific day's training log by selecting it in the calendar and hitting 'Go!'
- Filter which days are highlighted in the calendar
- e.g.
Highlight days where I did bench press and lifted more than 80kg for at least 5 reps
Highlight days where I ran outdoors and travelled more than 3 miles in less than 20 minutesr

- Backup your data to device storage or an online cloud service (DropBox or Google Drive - please ensure you have the corresponding apps installed on your device if you would like to backup to one of these services)

- Export your training logs in CSV format so they can be analyzed in your spreadsheet application of choice

- Modify or delete the contents of your USB storage: Required in order to be able to backup/export data to your device storage or sd card
- Control vibration: Used if you have selected the 'Vibrate' option for the rest timer
- Prevent device from sleeping: Required in order to ensure the rest timer continues to count down when the screen is off

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Updated on
May 15, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

27.1K reviews
Robert Earle
April 16, 2024
It's for logging your workouts. it doesn't try to to integrate with all your devices and apps. it doesn't track your heart rate or blood pressure. it doesn't coach you or make exercise recommendations. Because it doesn't do those things, it is super efficient at planning a workout and recording your weights and reps. Exactly what I was looking for.
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Cesar Plasencia
March 19, 2024
A simple and useful strength training journal. There's no need to create an online account, and yet it has cloud and local backup options. There's no pointless social feed to eat up your screen real estate. It's just an effective and amazing app to track your workouts. That being said, I would definitely spend more money on the app for an updated UI and for additional ways to track other exercise variables (like warmup sets, drop sets, myorep sets, etc) without using regular set comments.
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W.S. “F-Society Ceawyn” VanNostrand
March 27, 2024
I can customize my workouts, alter the order of a planned work out if I have to skip an exercise because a machine isn't available then come back to it. It's made keeping track of my workouts much much easier. The only suggestion would be to possibly add directions or even links to exercises for people to be able to see proper form. Honestly, that's about the only thing I could possibly complain about and it's so minor.
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What's new

Full change log will be displayed within the app but highlights include:

• Mark exercises as favourites to identify them quickly in the list.

• Input a custom start and end date for any progress graph.

• Configure appearance of exercise cards on the home screen.

• Automatically stop the workout timer when a workout is complete.