The Atlas App for Atlas Wristband 2, the only tracker that learns every exercise.
The first workout tracker that learns to track your form. It can automatically recognizes almost any exercise and even help you target Training Zones optimized to burn fat, tone, or bulk.
Use this app to view automatically recorded workout logs, calories burned, precision heart rate, and muscle activation.
WORKOUT JOURNAL. Whether you’re interested in CrossFit, Body-building, p90x, weight loss, gym activities or anything in between, Atlas Wristband is perfect for those looking to automatically record workouts and track progress toward fitness goals.
STRENGTH IN NUMBERS. Sync your workout journal effortlessly from the Atlas Wristband with this Atlas Wearables app. View muscle focus, heart rate data, calories burned, form evaluation and tunable metrics such as power, stability and velocity. There’s no magic bullet for health and fitness, and you deserve feedback and guidance on what matters to you.
GUIDED WORKOUTS. Sync guided workout programs from the app to your Atlas Wristband to navigate your workouts like a pro. Atlas Coach gives you turn-by-turn fitness helping you hit every muscle group and optimize your workout efficiency.
SYNC WIRELESSLY: Atlas Wristband syncs your hard-earned stats with your iPhone 5 and later to give you complete access to your progress without plugging in.
- Fixed issue where users couldn't put the Atlas Wristband into teaching mode to start teaching it to track activities
Ratings and Reviews
Great app, but is missing estimation of % recovery of muscles and suggestion of compound vs isolation exercises based on that. Fitbod app is currently the best app that does this. At least make data readable from one app to the other when one workout is suggested by Fitbod.
Have not gotten the device yet. The app seems very basic but that is a good thing if you just want to log progress. Im hoping there are timers.
One negative critique is that the video and written instructions for the exercises are extremely basic and bare bones. Google every exercise for precise form. If lifting heavy on exercises like squats and bench presses, you can potentially get injured.
Sync problems with iPhone
I had this product for a bout a year and is a bitter sweet experience with it but recently I changed my phone to iPhone X and the problems started to show up more often. Not wanting to transfer the data to my phone, freezing, the buttons on the app specially the sync won’t work when selected and is annoying having to press this multiple time until it works. Will be looking for another product to track workouts.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.