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⁃Chosen by the App Store as "App of the Week"
⁃No.1 Health & Fitness app - App Store Rewind
⁃Listed as one of Tech Crunch's top 20 apps
⁃Listed as one of the best apps for weight loss by More.com

PLEASE NOTE: It is currently not possible to share workouts or personal data between Apple devices and other platforms. Cross platform compatibility is something we will be working towards in the future. 


"The iMuscle app has the benefit of teaching you more about the muscles that help your body move."
--- ZDnet

"Anyone into sports training or rehabilitation science will immediately see the usefulness of this app."
--- Tuaw

"iMuscle is a high-quality, professional-grade, but user-friendly app that will help users not just work out, but do so with maximum effectiveness and minimal injury. For personal or professional use, this is a fantastic fitness tool."
--- Apptudes

"iMuscle is a sophisticated workout aid."
--- App of the Day

"iMuscle is a great option for learning to exercise and stretch specific muscles in your body."
--- Lifehacker

"iMuscle allows everyone from fitness junkies to work-out novices to create and maintain a personalized exercise program tailored to their specific needs."
--- 148 Apps


iMuscle 2 provides users with the ability to zoom into an area on our 3D human body and tap on a muscle to reveal exercises and stretches targeted to the development and/or rehabilitation of that specific muscle. Once identified, just add it to a workout. The app also features our unique animations which provide direction on how to properly perform each exercise. In addition to individual users, iMuscle 2 was designed with multiple users in mind, making it ideal for fitness instructors and physiotherapists to use with their clients.


⁃Rotate and zoom-in to our real 3D model with the musculature exposed to reveal superficial and many deep muscles.
- Slick new interface with easy to find workout and exercise areas featuring animated exercise icons.
⁃Over 650 high-quality 3D animated exercises and stretches for both gym and home users.
-Tap muscles to find exercises associated with that muscle.
⁃Search for exercises by type, area worked or equipment used.
⁃Add customized exercises to the app database.
⁃Easily create workouts with our drag & drop feature -- with automatic prompts for set, rep and weight details.
⁃Share workouts with friends, workout partners or clients via e-mail.
⁃Sync workouts between multiple devices by backing up and restoring from iCloud.
⁃Easily track your body measurements.
⁃Track statistics for entire workouts or individual exercises.
- Share your progress via e-mail, Facebook & Twitter.
⁃50+ Preset workouts.
⁃Hints and tips for every exercise.
⁃Add an unlimited amount of users.


1. To work on a particular body area, zoom into the area on our 3D model. Tap on a muscle you want to work on and a thumbnail list of all the exercises associate with that muscle will be presented.

2. Select an exercise and you'll be shown an animated 3D model performing that exercise. You'll also see a written detailed description of how to perform the exercises. Primary and secondary muscles targeted will also be highlighted.

3. Add the exercise to a workout.

Enjoy your workout!


We take pride in our apps at 3D4Medical and continually strive to engage with our customers. We are committed to upgrading and developing our apps and invite you to share in the development process with us. Please send recommendations and feedback to: iMuscle2iPadFeedback@3D4Medical.com.

What’s New

Version 3.9.14

Latest iOS compatibility fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
156 Ratings

156 Ratings

JxSxA ,

Extremely useful and helpful

Whenever I get curious as to how I can change up my routine, I can always come on here and find all types of different workouts. It's easy to manipulate, knowledgable on all ,use every groups and different types of workouts for them. It leaves out some of the grueling research and adds and opinions you find online. Highly suggested and a great app.

dcw94945 ,

Good for finding exercises but not good for tracking workouts

Good app for identifying exercises for specific muscles and groups.

But I stopped using it for active workout recording because you can’t change a created workout on the fly.

Let’s say you decide you want to add a leg exercise to your workout while you’re at the gym. You can’t just go find the exercise and add it.

You have to stop the workout. Exit it. Go find the new routine. Add it to the specific, saved workout and then start the whole thing all over again. You can’t just drag and drop an exercise into a workout while you’re actually in the workout. That makes it unusually cumbersome and really limited for me personally.

I also can’t get prior workout info without actually starting the workout, going to the exercise, checking history, then exit the workout. That’s clumsy. So I want to know what I was benching 2 weeks ago? Can’t do that. All it records is the last workout I did.

So now I use Apple Notes to track my workouts while I’m in progress. This iMuscles 2 app is now reduced to just being a wiki-type resource for finding a new exercise. Which makes it just one more app that does the same thing as many, many other apps.

It’s too expensive for that limited utility.

Dr at Move Better ,

Clinically inaccurate and dangerous

I am a physician that works extensively in a rehabilitative setting with a large patient base with chronic pain. Nearly all of the exercises listed in these videos show crucially and clinically dangerous executions of the movements. Nearly all barbell moves listed will contribute to a significant increase in the likelihood of disc herniations, SI instability, facet irritation, and discogenic pain generators when performed as they are in the animations. How can so many be so wrong? The same is true for nearly all kettlebell exercises and body weight movements. I was shocked to see that the entire program in unacceptable to show to my patients. If you are the designer of this or have any influence on this program, please reach out to me to correct these errors. If you are someone looking for good exercise guides, do not get this app. Buy Starting Strength and then go from there.

App Privacy

The developer, 3D4Medical from Elsevier, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Other Data

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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