THIS IS A TOOLBOX to help you with your progression, not just a workout app. If your goal is to expand and reach new levels, this is the app for you. Here’s what people are saying about it:
“An outstanding app with an incredible amount of knowledge and thought behind it. The app does far more than offer strength programs for you to follow. It will acquaint you with the hows and whys of training – giving you what you need to build a solid understanding of how to workout effectively. Absolutely recommended for anyone who is looking to make significant gains in their strength.”
“I don't normally write reviews but this is by far the best strength and weight training app on the App Store. I have never looked or felt stronger! Detailed information on how to get started and in many aspects of training with charts to track your progression. Will say it again excellent app and a must have for anyone wanting to get in great shape. Best Strength App by Far.”
“I can't say enough good things about this program. If you follow the program, you WILL make progress. The workouts are brutal, relentless, and effective. Great app!”
Select one of the built-in workout routines to keep it simple or go all out and design your own system. Whether you want to focus on bodybuilding or strength, this app has you covered.
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*track workouts in greater precision than any other app (sets, reps, weight, effort, rest intervals, tempo, daily body fat, and daily body weight).
*provides you detailed insights and feedback through multiple types of graphs, some also not available on any other app.
*gives you the absolute best workouts.
*help you establish realistic targets for muscle mass as it relates to strength.
Popular routines like 5/3/1, Starting Strength, and Stronglifts are easy to use with this app. Don't see the exact workout routine you were looking for? Make one. Want to share it with friends/clients? Upload it through the app so others can use your routine.
The MultiYear Training System is available for $9.99/month, $19.99/3 months, or $49.99/year (prices may vary by territory) within the Strongur iOS mobile application. You can subscribe and pay through your iTunes account. Payment will be charged to iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled 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 by the user and auto-renew may be turned off after purchase by going to the 'Manage Subscription' page in settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. The subscription will renew at the same cost.
After you complete a workout, the next workout will automatically adjust (weight/rep/set increments and decrements) to respond to performance levels in the previous workout. That means workout tracking and body tracking couldn't be simpler. Single tap to create a new workout, single tap to save what you did — done.
Privacy and terms here:http://weightliftingapp.com/privacy_and_terms.html
Strongur also supports Apple’s Health app.
Realistic targets keep you on track. Statistical analysis has shown that a beginner can expect a strength gain of about 30% in the first 90 days. Additional gains in strength are gradual and due to an interplay between neuromuscular improvements and hypertrophy. A 5'9" (1.75m) man can expect to gain about 15 lb (7kg) of muscle in the first year. Expect 3-5 years to reach your natural maximum.
These are your targets. Feel free to smash through them.
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Best fitness app out there despite bugs
Overall the app is fantastic. If you accurately set up your workouts it will automatically push you to progressive overload and it won’t let you just stay content with present levels. The graphs are great for monitoring progress, though it would be nice to have body measurement tracking included.
It also has the only fitness watch app I’ve experienced that isn’t a nightmare to operate or doesn’t constantly crash. Unfortunately the app on a 38mm Apple Watch series 2 has an issue with text size. Despite trying to change text size through the watch app, the text in the scrollers is too wide when you get up into the 200 lbs range and turns into things like “2...”
Honestly even with this annoyance, I still would rather use this app than any of the others out there. I just end up scrolling to a number that ends in 1, then count up or down to the weight I need. Irritating, but only relevant on the compound exercises, and way less irritating than constant crashing or a complicated watch interface that other apps have.
Developer Response ,
Body measurements are coming soon. I'll take another look at the text size issue on the smallest screen. Last time I checked it was ok for 100's. Will check again for 200+. Thanks.
Update gave it kinks it needs to work through
They added a much more in depth workout plan that is geared towards a six day a week workout plan. I liked the phase plans because it gave flexibility for people who only worked out 3-4 times a week. The new multi year phases took that option away. It's geared for a Monday Tuesday Wednesday etc plan. It doesn't say what to do if you miss a day of workouts. The new plan seems like it really focuses on a lot of different movements and includes cardio. Wide grip, close grip, side movements etc. Not sure if these plans will increase strength as it seems more to physical appearance. The plan also divides some exercises into left and right side but doesn't distinguish how many reps for which side. Finally there is no countdown clock for when you should start your next lift. The only timer is the one that says how long you've had the workout open, not how long it has been between your sets. Which is a huge annoyance for me
Developer Response ,
You can swipe to delete cardio days. Movement variations are meant to address common technique deficiencies. Do each side for the prescribed number of reps. And you can turn the timer on from the workout navigation bar button.
This took a little learning curve to get used to for a beginner, but once I understood all the features I would never use anything else! Has allowed me to track and progress very steadily for the last 14 months, going from beginner to intermediate lifting. The data on each of the lifts with charts tracking each muscle group makes it easy to zero in on weaknesses to target, and the progress numbers keep motivation up.
Are there things that could be improved? Sure. But the developer is extremely responsive to feedback and the app is constantly updated and improved. All you need to do is ask for a fix or a feature and chances are it will happen.
- Robert Frederick
- 103.2 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 9.0 and watchOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © Robert Frederick
- In-App Purchases
- Disable Ads $1.99
- Log Workouts $4.99
- Phase I $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.