Bullshit ads and bullshit app. Workout was doing well until day 16. I opened up the app and some war game app blocked me from being able to continue. I opened and closed the app several times but the ad was still there. I even restarted my phone. In the end I just found some 30 day regimen online and continued where I left off.
Great progress tracker I was keeping track of how many pushups I had achieved with dry erase marker on my mirror. This does it for me now, increasing my goal each day. My only complaint is that the reminder does not work for more than a day at a time. I have to turn the reminder off then back on to get it to work the next day.
Lacking variety I am an enthusiast when it comes to push-ups. I found this app does nothing more but reminds to workout. There are so much more techniques, plus it aims for 40 push ups at the end. I came up with my personal work out though
Simple & Effective Just pushups. A fine supplement to any program if challenges help motivate you. I like how I don't lose motivation for messing up if I'm too busy or sore. It's just 30 days, not 30 consecutive days. I can 'catch up' on missed days if I want to, too. I like using the whole series in tandem when I have time, and throughout the day as I can. Even if it's not your main activity, it's consistently achievable and easy to use for positive reinforcement. Though I wish I weren't asked to share every day.
Few tweaks needed I love these apps but the ads are kind of annoying when youre trying to begin your workout. I would be willing to pay a dollar to get rid of the ads. I do like that there is the ability to share your finished workouts with other people. I think it would be fun to have something similar to a trophy system for completing X number of workouts and competing with friends.
Good, No Frills App This app is good because it simply gets the job done. It tells me how many push ups I need to do and I can track my progress. Can't ask for nothing more than that.