Review from Ricky Garcia
Inaccurate The formula on this app doesn't make sense. Seams like is picking random numbers out of the sky. Unsure of how Rip approved of this app
Still have issues with Max weight. The last warm up set stays at 165 no matter what the working weight. Also there don't appear to be a way to change from pounds to kilos and vice versa. Noticed another issue, squats seems to have 6 weight classes I.e 20, 45, 60, 70, 80 and work sets 80 rather than 5 like all the other lifts.
Bug deems it useless The app reflects the same weight for all warm up sets. Just wasted my money.
Basic, waste of money. This only "calculates" your warm-ups for a typical starting strength workout. It doesn't log or track your performance. $2 for a glorified excel formula? Avoid.
Works and helps a lot! This app is seriously a life saver. Haven't had a problem.
Use it every other day Obvious that the author(s) read and understood the book. A feature addition once every 2 years would be nice for things like westside style. Aka weighted pullups/dips & pendlay rows.
Works as advertised. App's used as a warmup set calculator for Mark Rippetoe's Starting Strength powerlifting program. Does exactly what it says it does. If you want tracking apps, there's plenty of free ones, but that's not what this is for. Saved me a hell of time trying to crunch numbers for a workout before work.
Updated for latest Android Phones. Display the target weight as entered as well as other minor fixes.