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.
Great app App is great but in my opinion it's missing two important features. First one is support for big screens - it looks blurry on my s3 and doesn't fill the whole screen. Second - it would be really nice to be able to choose a certain time of day when the app would send you a notification to remind you to do the workout
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.
Good simple app but... Went through the plan and was doing about 30 squats at a time. Got up to doing this 8 times in a session then it said congratulations you should now be able to do 100 in a row?!? Ha. I was only just making it through the 30 at a time... But it is a decent program
Tired of cheese I used to be called all sorts of names before I downloaded this app. Now all my online friends, who are better than real ones because you can see their profile, call me Flasbu.
Great app. This app, as well as the companion apps, are simple but great apps for working your way into a routine. There aren't as many features as some other apps but if you are getting back into a routine and aren't sure that you'll keep up with it, this is the app to get to test your commitment.
- 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