How much weight is that? Use the +/- buttons to select how many of each plate there is on one side of the bar and ask. The weight in kilos, pounds, and something special will appear.
Select your sex and class and hit the button. The national and world records will print. If you'd also like to know what kind of percentage you have, add your lifts to the mix.
The Sinclair Calculator can go either way, from total to Sinclair or from Sinclair to total.
The developer reserves the right to track anonymous usage within the app. This app will stay under development for as long as it is used, so feedback is encouraged!
✓ See the bar path of your lift
✓ See the bar velocity
✓ Focus on particular reps or parts of a rep
✓ Keep track of your progress
Unlike other workout logs and fitness trackers which only allow you to track sets and reps, Bar Sense lets you track the quality of your excercise, rather than just the quantity. Using BarSense's path tracking, you can see:
✓ How straight you kept your bar during a squat
✓ Whether your squat was deep enough
✓ If your bench press incline is too vertical or just right
✓ Whether you used your arms during a clean or snatch.
✓ if you catch the bar too low
✓ How fast your did your lift and how much power you output
Whether you're into bodybuilding, strength training, Olympic lifts or crossfit, use BarSense to improve your technique, get feedback and progress faster in a safe and efficient manner.
See our blog at http://blog.barsense.com on how to interpret the graphs, what to look for in different lifts and general weightlifting tips.
A great way to burn fat in a short & intense workout.
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For cycling, running, sprinting, weightlifting, circuits, tabata...
- input as kilogrammes or pounds
- output as kilogrammes or pounds
- kg / lb <-> kg / lb conversion (4 ways!)
- use collars or not
- use very light discs (0.5 kg and 0.25 kg) or not
- use very heavy discs (50 kg / 100 lb) or not
Useful when performing exercises such as: Squat, Box Squat, Bench Press Board, etc ...
When you start recording, a beep indicates when the inclination will be over the parallel.
You can set an offset if you want to change the threshold.
For example, you can set an offset of "+30" if you want to do an half squats.
You can also set an offset, for example, of "-15", for a full squat.
The beep interval, is the minimun interval between two beeps.
Use Volumes Keys to start and stop the recording.
Long click to delete an item.
Shows the inclination/max inclination/velocity/acceleration of the lifts series
Set an offset for the inclination in the various lift types.
This app was born from the desire to create a port to Android of a small part of the BANG Project, by the Engineer Paolo Evangelista (SmartLifting).
If you are passionate, but also professionals, of powerlifting, I also recommend to read the the book by Evangelista: DCSS - Power Mechanics For Power Lifters.
- BANG Project: http://smartlifting.org/category/bangproject/
- Developer's Web Site: href="http://www.dragora.net/smf2/
I want to emphasize that I am not in any way affiliated with the author of the original project.
Thanks to "Cristiano Morresi" for the photo.
- Samsung Galaxy Nexus
- LG Optimus One P500
- Samsung Galaxy S3
- Samsung Galaxy Note
TAGS: Powerlifting, Squat, Bench Press, Deadlift, Barbell, Inclinometer, BANG Project, Weightlifting