Whether you are looking to gain strength, increase your cardio or just improve your lifestyle, My Workout+ is the exercise tracking app for you.
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• Good Morning America
• Mens Health
My Workout+ is the only workout tracking app made by a fitness professional! We are proud to bring you the complete workout tracking solution.
My Workout+ brings your workout tracking notebook to the 21st century providing you with great features such as:
550+ Preset Exercises & the ability to create your own
Saved workouts Makes tracking workouts even faster
Help for beginners Instructional videos along with text to make getting started easy
Rest Timer Stay on top of your workout and know when it’s time to get back after it
Track advanced aspects of your workout Things like RPE, Volume, Supersets are all available to track right in the app
Everything is customizable You can add custom exercises or customize those right in the app already to make the app truly your own
—Reach Your Goals—-
Get alerted when you hit milestones like new PRs (personal records)
View your history and how much you’ve done in each rep range
—Track Cardio Too—
Keep track of your history in your cardio exercises as well
Track your cardio exercises duration & difficulty to get an estimated calories burned
—Dark Mode Support—
With iOS 13 we now fully support dark mode.
—Apple Watch App—
Now you can sync up your rest timer with your Apple Watch to know when it’s time to get to your next set without having to look at your phone.
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Thank you for the continued support! We are here with another great update.
Now, introducing dark mode! Take advantage of the system wide dark mode in iOS 13 right inside of My Workout+.
My Workout+ mimics your system setting to automatically adapt to your preferences.
Some small bug fixes and visual updates to give you a better experience.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
My favorite fitness app
Not only does this easily track volume and let you put workouts together, but easily adding/creating new exercises? Picking muscle group, muscle, and equipment used? Love it. I’ll put together a potential workout day say leg day save the 10 exercises label it leg day and boom set for months. I can easily add weights reps and change accessory exercises quickly
Good, but not great.
I’ve waited a week to write my review, so I’ll get right to it.
Pros: it seems to work fine without internet connection. That was a huge issue with BodySpace; the app I used before, I’ll be comparing them a lot due to my frame of reference. I didn’t mind the upfront cost, I prefer it to some of the others that use subscription fees. I haven’t made a ton of workout plans, but there doesn’t seem to be an imposed limit like BodySpace. The design is simple. The totals of weigh lifted by each muscle at the end is pretty cool as well. The graphs the app makes for volume is also nice.
Cons: my biggest pet peeve is having to manually start the clock after each set. The workout database seems to be large, but the amount of information on how to do the exercises correctly is scarce, most don’t even have photos. I don’t like that you can’t make the workout with a predetermined amount of reps to do without having to “do” the workout; by that I mean putting 0 in weights and adding sets one by one. I don’t like that you can’t just simply review the plan you’ve made without adding it to the calendar day or editing it. I don’t like that it doesn’t give you a start and finish time. I don’t like how bodyweight exercises still require you put a weight. I don’t like the superset feature, it’s super confusing.
Overall, it’s a good app and I think I’ll continue using it over BodySpace, but in my opinion; for whatever it’s worth, it’s got a lot of room for improvement.
Great app and great price
So far this app and the macro app have been serving me very well. A couple things I would like to see in the future would be the following. For the my workout app I suggest being able to copy days that you’ve already completed without having to save them. I’d also like if there was a way to show progress over time in the form of a metric based on total weight or volume over a selected period in time. This way I can see how well I’ve down or not done in the past month. For the macro app, it appears that some foods are not quite as accurate as I would like. I know it’s hard to compare with MyFitnessPal, but the food database seems like it needs to grow in its accuracy a bit more. I still love it and use it daily. All in all I would highly recommend these two apps for someone who takes fitness and health as a lifestyle.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.