Reminders?! What is with everyone wanting reminders. This is an Android app. Doesn't your device come with a calendar?! If you're serious about improving your performance, you don't need to be reminded. Nobody has to 'remind' you to eat. It's fine just the way it is. Could use a bigger "Done" button though. I like to slap it on my last rep.
Good app Clean and a very simple interface. Keeps logs and keeps u motiavted. Recommend an additional feature in which age, height and weight is taken by the app and show the approx number of calories burnt. Also there should be a feature in which one can do random number of squats which gets added to the log besides the "daily quota" to be completed
No frills, no adds, just a work out If you're horribly out of shape like me and you enjoy a very simple no frills, no adds app, this is a good choice. Very simple instructions, challenging steps per session. At the end of each exercise it gives you the option of slowing down, speeding up, or keeping the normal progression of the next exercise. I've been using this app, the push up and sit up app from the same makers for two weeks straight and it has not disappointed me. You just have to stick with it.
Droid Pro-good interval trainer but Droid Pro-good interval trainer but i think it miss-calculates a beginners ability. I'm a fat guy and beginner so here's my take: it asks me to do as many as I can do, then it calculates the daily amount which will be separated into 5 sets which are done with only 1 minute apart from each set, similar to tabata training. I was unable to keep up so I think there should be levels such as beginner, intermediate and advanced. Just a suggestion from a out of shape fat guy, this app might work great for jocks :-)
Awesome! I have been using this for just over a month, doing it three days per week. I like it. My only complaint is that it assumes one already knows how to do squats and it does not recommend any foot positions. Otherwise it is really good.
Great app It's handy for building up tolerance. I can now do 250 squats in a row. It can be time consuming but it works so is worth it. The only bad thing I would say is it doesn't tell you how to do a squat with good form, which can cause people injuries if they do it wrong, so YouTube it before you start.
- 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