I'm somewhat of a beginner to timing an HIIT workout. I workout alone at home. It was a little confusing to figure out which timer I needed for the specific 30 day HIIT program I am using. But after some trial and error, it works just like it should and I'm off and working out. **Every day in my workout is different than the rest, so I set up a different timer for each workout.
I got this app for a bit of an unconventional use: I like to clean my house using a circuit timer, so for example, 10 minutes in kitchen, then to bathroom, and continuing around my house til I'm back in the kitchen where I'll do another 10 minutes. I've always just used a regular timer, but now I can put in all my rooms as exercises, easily skip to the next room when one is completed, etc. As a to do list nerd, I'm super excited!
Great for setting up my HIIT and interval workouts so I don't have to carry my plans with me and I can concentrate on getting my workout done. A little tedious putting plans in, but no complaints otherwise. Great app.
I use this for all of my HIIT workouts and I love it. One thing that's missing compared to the ios version is the half-mark indicator. It is useful to know without having to look at the timer.
why is is every time i Import a timer it wipes my previously saved exercises this needs to be sorted. some sort of sync feature or something. Please some sort of cloud sync! please!? And stop blood asking me to rate the app after every couple of uses. I have already rated it I can't stand that!
I've tried a few other timers, and this one has the easiest interface. I absolutely love it! The only thing that I'd like is the ability to add images to the exercises.
- Enabled ordered playlists
- Added volume ducking when alerts sound.
- Fixed crash when changing intervals with certain music configurations.
- Added option for volume ducking in music settings.
Workout timer for AMRAP, For Time, EMOM and Tabata (interval training) workouts