Seems so easy, yet it gets my heart beat up so quick. Only 7 minutes to start off the day. I have never written a review before, but I feel like this is an app I would use often. You could repeat the 7 minutes a couple times to have a full workout. I really like the timer and the voice tht tells you to rest or what to do next. I recommend giving this a try along with a fitness tracker.
Glorified manual. Yes it tracks reps, but if you dont remember them they are lost forever. There is no summary and no log. Not even during the workout so you can compete against yourself. All effort seems to go into apple. The belt is genius, the apps are horrible and bugged
That's once! Great workout this time. I am a Wahooligan (Wahoo fan) and not an exercise physiologist. I'm looking for a good way to recover and increase strength (particularly upper body and core) after being hit by a car 4 months ago and compression fracturing L1 and T12 vertebrae. I think this is the ticket! It's as tough as you want it to be. I got aerobic throughout and pushed the muscles to their limits. Nice!
Not same as iPhone on Android I finally coughed up the ridiculous amount of money to go pro and buy everything so I'd have the same workouts as my friend who has the iPhone. I was shocked when I didn't get everything she had. I shouldn't be penalized for having an Android!!
Simple but EFFECTIVE This is a simple stopwatch that walks you through the cycle of exercises. It also includes videos that show proper form for each. 1 improvement - I occasionally interrupted the cycle and had to start over. Would like a feature to restart in mid cycle.
Tickr x count inaccurate For some workouts, the tickr x is quite inaccurate. Like squat, even if i stand still, the app will continue to count. Another suggestion, if we can monitor heart rate during exercise, it will be great
Dynamic permissions for Android 6.0 users
A fast, simple, science-based way to work out anywhere, anytime.