Quickly and easily log your weights and cardio workout at your gym or in your own home so you can track your progress and know what weights to lift or distances to run or cycle etc. next time you work out.
You can now log your weights with an Apple Watch
Other similar apps give you huge lists of different exercises, most of which you are not interested in and will never do. Easy Gym Log gives you a blank canvas so you can add the exercises that actually form part of your routine.
This app is totally customisable to your own workouts.
You can now log your weights with an Apple Watch.
This update improves the Watch experience plus a bug fix.
Ratings and Reviews
Just what I was looking for!
I was looking for a simple, functional app where I could log my run times/stats (distance/time, calories burned, etc) as well as track weight training stats (weight,sets,reps, etc). After using the app for a while I do think there are a few functions or features it would be nice if this app had, such as some kind of graphing function which would allow you to graph all data points from a particular category or sub category against time to create a visual progress report. It would also be nice if the app had a section, were the user could track one or more person's body weight and measurements (bust/chest, waist, hip, etc). Other than possibly upgrading the app's appearance and adding a few more features I chose this app because it had the basic functions I wanted without a ton of extra features I won't use. Developers did a great job creating such a simplistic gym companion App.
Simple to use
I like that the app is uncluttered and easy to use--which means I actually use it. It tracks everything I want to track and does not need a bunch of other functionality. Perfect as a substitute for notebook to log your various workouts. Wouldn't want to add complexity, but would love for it to: 1) Track or highlight PRs so you don't have to search through each workout to find them, 2) Show the note on summary view. There is no way of knowing there is a note attached to a workout unless you drill down, 3) Have the ability to export, sync, and print the log to PC/Mac.
Simple and just works
I was debating fitlist and strong. Read a post online about this being super simple and gave it a shot. It's perfect for what it is... An easy to use log app for your workouts. Those other apps were fine, but they gave me a bunch of stuff that I just did not need. This is very customizable because you actually put your exercise names in instead of trying to find them on lists. Took less time. It is definitely just as quick to log between sets too. If you need 1 rep max estimates and warm up calculators with charts, this isn't for you. But if you want to track the weight you've been lifting to make sure you are getting stronger, this works just as good for free.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.