My local Y just invested in some of their machines, that seems cool. The app seems ok but too bad it can not sync with more services like Google Fit, Samsung Health or Fitnesssyncer. I don't want to re-enter data when I already have it in another app. I want to get the data once and it to sync everywhere.
13 people found this review helpful
Works, especially the trainer workout plans are great, but could use a few (simple) updates. Checking of a single set instead of all at once, asking if I want to store a change as default before overwriting my sets, a timer for time-based excercises. And maybe the ability to add a small note (or at least a flag) at the end of a workout/excercise if the weights could be increased the next time.
6 people found this review helpful
Looks nice but is rather something to play with than something to work with. Examples: the graphs look nice but i can't scroll through to get an exact value at a specific point. Other example: I can't even see in which mode I was training (i.e. negative, adaptive...) and I can't see the weight of each repetition. If I train adaptive with 80kg the up just tells me I made qpx 80kg but that's wrong, only the first repetition was 80kg. Also there is no connection to google fit.
11 people found this review helpful