Clean UI, Good Google Integration but a little more would make it the best Links to YouTube are too time consuming to look at during a workout and instead I'd like to see it replicate JEFIT with integrated GIF images showing the exercises. Needs more exercises too as it's a little lacking.
Great app - added my own PPL routine and it tracks everything nicely. I bought the paid version as it works so well with my workouts and my need for statistics. Would be 5 stars, but I have an issue where it is not syncing my workouts with Google Fit, which is what I wanted to do. I have searched online for fixes but cannot find anything. Hoping that Zoltan could give me a reply to help me out? I have linked it correctly in Progression, but it is not showing in the linked apps on Google Fit. Also, a suggestion - please add the ability to add the same exercise twice in a workout. I superset the same exercise twice in one workout and I can't add it twice. Had to create another exercise to be able to see it in the app.
Excelent user interface, intuitive and beautiful. The app lacks exercises, such as cable tricep kickbacks or lying tricep extension (only has seated). Would buy if the developer added a more completed database of exercises. EDIT: The lack of common exercises such as calf raises or hip thrust makes me give this app 3 stars. It should at least have the option to add custom named exercises.
Easily the best Android app for tracking your weight lifting sessions, and better than any app I've ever used on iOS, too. Only complaint/request I have is that the syncing with Google Fit doesn't always work. I sync all of my various fitness tracking apps with Google Fit because it's important for me to have all the data in one spot. Has anyone else experienced this? I'm on a Nexus 5x running the most up to date version of Android.
Would like to see percentages Design and ease of use is fantastic. By far the best app to get through lifting without having to fumble through your phone to figure out what's going on. For lifting I struggle to use it because it's difficult to enter in workouts if you are progressing based on percentages of 1RM. A little more in depth overall for the weight lifting side would be incredible.
Excellent app. It provides exactly what I was looking for after having used a physical book to track my workouts. Easy to use, provides a rest timer, and makes it really easy to see your progress in the different lifts. One minor hiccup has been that when I changed devices approximately a week after I started using it it only synced one of my ~5 previous workouts, and I've been unable to import them.
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