Description

My PT Hub is an online web and mobile application, enabling personal trainers & fitness professionals to manage their clients by creating customisable training and nutrition programmes, whilst tracking their progress and achievements.


My PT Hub has been designed by Fitness Professionals, for Fitness Professionals to make sure you get everything you need. You and your clients can access the software & app, anytime, anywhere from any device! Your clients can log their workouts, nutrition and progress photos, plus share their activity synchronised from Apple HealthKit making it easy for you to track their achievements. So when we say everything, we mean everything!


With Apple Watch, you and your clients can track workouts quickly and easily, both in and out of the gym.


IMPORTANT, PLEASE NOTE: This app is a companion app for your account on My PT Hub Web Application. An online account is required. If you're a client, ask your trainer for your account details so you can login to this app.


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In app upgrade available
• Unlimited Clients
• Unlimited Nutrition Plans
• Unlimited Training Plans
• Priority Support


$48.99 monthly, $449.99 yearly


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Price may vary by location. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed, and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited when upgrading.


Privacy Policy: https://www.mypthub.net/privacy-policy/
Terms of Use: https://www.mypthub.net/terms-of-use/

What’s New

Version 1.10.5

Bug fixes and performance increases

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
441 Ratings

441 Ratings

K Bucholtz ,

Great way to stay in touch with a trainer

My trainer asked me to download this app and I’m glad he did. He puts in all the exercises, including sets, reps, and weights, and I just start at the top and work through them. I can make changes so he knows what I actually did. And he can put in links to videos to show me how to do the exercises properly. Plus we can message each other. The only downside is that there doesn’t seem to be a way for me to see my past performance. (If there is, I can’t find it.) I’d be more motivated if I could see my progress. Otherwise, love it!

Plano Chik-fil-a Mom ,

UI is simply awful

Where do I start? It feels like this is a beta version which still has to get updated to the current type of user interface that you see on many apps. What would be a nice touch is an icon or picture of the food item once it’s selected. This is a small, but basic thing on many of the food tracking apps out there today.
1. The app doesn’t automatically save so if you’re not careful you’ll have to start over after you’ve entered in your info. Happened to me twice.
2. The units of measure is restrictive. For example, once you have found your food item there is a drop-down list for measurement and typically there is only one choice. Therefore you have to adjust your serving amount to get the correct caloric count. The serving size for special K cereal, per the box, is 1 1/3 cups. I had only had 1 cup. Since I could not adjust the serving size to 1 cup, I had to guess the serving amount and reduced the serving amount from 1 to .80 to get the adjusted calorie count.
3. It’s great that there is barcode scanning capability, but he doesn’t find a lot of items. It couldn’t find the fresh blueberries or the peaches, both which I found on the Lose It app.

I’m using this because my trainer uses it and asked me to track it this way so they can easily have the visibility to my food. I’m going to give this a week before I decide if I can continue with it or not.

generaljerryfit ,

Clunky

It’s gotta lot of bells and whistles but the UX is not fun when you have to constantly retype things. Things on the workout disappear until you go to another category then they reappear. Everyone calls it a push-up btw not a “press up.”

I want so bad for this app to be better and it’s made some improvements over b the past 6 months or so, so that’s very promising, but in my opinion there isn’t much that compares to this, but it’s still about $15 overpriced per month until they fix the enormous amount of glitches.

Update 9/28... the fact that you can’t select multiple exercises when creating a workout is a pain. They’re there. You can select them. They just don’t get transferred to the current workout screen. Kinda tedious if you want to have any kind of creativity with your program.

Information

Seller
Fitii LLC
Size
108.2 MB
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Premium - Monthly $48.99
  2. Premium - Yearly $449.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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