Good app but needs some adjustments Good app, I like the layout of the program and the user interface. I'm only giving it 4 stars instead of 5 because I did not get the results that I was working towards. My goal was 100 push ups. I was able to do 49 before I started the program and after about 3 weeks worth of sessions the program had me doing about 250 push ups spread out over multiple sets and it said I should now be able to do 100 consecutive push ups. After taking a day of rest, I attempted my goal of 100 and was only able to do 58.
Very Useful I would like to thank the developer for creating this app and making it available for the public. It definitely does as described in an efficient manner. A couple things though that I'd change maybe even for a paid version or subscription, I use a variety of push ups to develop different muscles and I prefer your app for improving in all of them. Now I just got the idea to do them all as I do the one and follow the regiment but if your app would allow for different regiments using the same format&save data
Simple and effective Does just what you need. The only thing it could use is recommended rest days. A person that never works out couldn't start the sessions the day after the test (3 days?), but right after the initial test it just sits ready for the workout. Proper rest and recovery is almost as important as the muscular exertion itself. But it's easy enough to just open the app when you're able to workout. Not perfect, but good app.
Good but could use more Love the app guys but I think it would be better if you integrated an optional alarm feature, to remind users to do it. I know I've forgotten on a couple days. Also after a couple days of no use you could have a push notification reminder. Lastly, it'd b great to have the 4 apps in one. I'm currently using the pull ups, push ups, and sit ups apps and having to exit and start each app seems unnecessary. Otherwise awesome app guys. Keep it up!
Simple and effective. I've been using this for about six weeks, and I've seen great progress. When I started, I couldn't do even one push up with good form. So I did the initial test with knee push ups and trained with this app like that for a few weeks. Then I tested myself again and could do three regular push-ups with good form. Now the sessions are up to 24 push ups (total across sets). I like that it asks for your feedback at the end of the workout. Take those rest days. Three days a week is all it takes. I would buy an ad-free version if it was offered. I would like it if the log showed your sets and the total. e.g. Jan 10,2012: 6,5,6,5,5 total 27
Does What it Says... Almost So I hit the goal - 125 total push ups - but I'm not quite able to do 125 continuous push ups. I can do 80. However, when I started two months ago, I could barely do 10, so that's a huge improvement. I've been thinking of where to go from here, and I decided that I'm going to start over, this time, doing them one arm at a time. :D
- possibility to share exercise feedback with developers
- ability to post progress to Facebook
- fixed an issue with the user interface that was occurring on some Android 1.6 devices
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