Intensity - Powerlifting Log

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4.7
1.15K reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

An ad free workout tracking app to optimize your training for progression. Intensity is focused on getting you better than you were yesterday.

Intensity has an interface that makes tracking easy. You can quickly track an entire workout or track as you go. Designed for progression, it has everything you need right at your finger tips. This includes in-depth stats to identify trends in your training, custom goals to push you to progress, and the ability to easily view your personal records.

Intensity includes popular powerlifting programs such as 5/3/1, Starting Strength, Stronglifts 5x5, The Texas Method, Smolov, Scheiko, The Juggernaut Method, PowerliftingToWin programs, Candito programs, Kizen programs, and practically every other popular powerlifting program you can think of. If you can't find what you are looking for, you can build your own programs or customize existing programs.

With your workouts stored securely in the cloud, access your data whenever you need it. You can access your data on Android, iOS, Windows, and Desktop.

You can import data from popular apps such as FitNotes, Strong, and Stronglifts 5x5. You can also export all your workouts for further analysis.

Intensity includes social features where you can add your friends, share workouts, and compete on the leaderboard.

Other features include:
• Timer & stopwatch
• Interval timer
• Bodyweight tracker
• 1RM calculator
• Plate calculator with custom plate settings
• Wilks calculator
• IPF points calculator
• Warmup calculator

Use Intensity as the ultimate tracking tool that will last you your entire lifting lifetime.
Updated on
Jan 17, 2021

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Health and fitness and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.7
1.15K reviews
Kyle Goodwin
January 12, 2021
A great deal of potential but definitely lacking with no support. I bought the premium to see if that would actually get the devs to listen or respond. Nope. Frankly the paid version is NOT worth it. The app has some frustrating bugs. Also, it's nice that users can add an exercise but there is no regulating of them. So there are a ton of duplicates and misspellings. The ability to extract data is the only reason I keep using this. Edit: this app has gotten worse. Don't bother installing.
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Taylor Hamling
January 6, 2021
I'm sorry to hear that was your experience. I always aim to reply to support emails as quickly as possible. Your email must have been lost somehow. Please send your email to support@intensityapp.com and I'll get back to you right away. Exercise database is user generated. Use the Recent Exercises tab to ensure you use the same exercise per session.
rachel massey
September 29, 2020
New to the app and discovering things that make it super user friendly with every workout! Ability to edit reps/weights + apply to all sets, even retroactively. Ability to measure in KG or lbs and ability to convert workouts into one or the other. Ability to add from diary, without having to go into the exercise. Etc etc etc! Will keep using for sure. Might even try to enter my training notebook from the past 30 days to see what the pie charts would look like. I think this is pretty f'in neat.
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A Google user
September 11, 2019
I wanted to love it...but in the end the complexity of the app and all the extra steps you had to go thru to do simple things did me in. Instead of "adding to diary" then going to diary, opening program, enter in first week and begin...just "start program" would've been great. I did want to love it, but setting up, differentiating sets, reps and programs and otherwise functionality just wasnt quite there. With a huge market of fitness apps, simplicity, functionality and aesthetics is critical.
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Taylor Hamling
September 11, 2019
Adding to your diary is 2 steps: tap the plus button, select the exercise. Programs are not the primary use case. They act as templates to add a collection of workouts over weeks or months. As such, you need to select a start date and enter your 1RM's so the dates and weights are pre-populated. Keep in mind this app is designed for powerlifters.

What's new

Added reps metric to stats
Added workout notes (long hold on the date to edit/view)
Added workout duration (long hold on the date to edit/view)
Added ability to add plates to warmup and plate calculator
Settings for warmup and plate calculator persist session to session
Ability to clear offline data from Settings (in case of corruption)
Adjusting offline data tracking to optimise for performance and reduce errors
Various minor changes and bug fixes