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Tabata Trainer is a easy to use HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) app based on the Tabata method. The app is perfectly suited for anyone looking for a new, fast and effective training routine.

Create your own workouts or pick one of the preloaded workouts and get started.

About the Tabata method:
The standard tabata method consists of eight cycles where you perform 20 seconds of intense exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest. You can pick any exercise you like (i.e push-ups/squats/lunges). After four minutes you are done.

All routines can be performed whenever you want and wherever you want. There is no need for expensive equipment or gym memberships. All you need is your body and what you can find around the house.

Please note:
To listen to music while using the app just start your favourite music app, select your music and then switch to Tabata Trainer and you are ready to go (make sure the mute switch is not activated).

What’s New

Version 4.5

- Fixes issue where featured workouts would not appear.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
59 Ratings

59 Ratings

JimL143 ,

Good but could be great

Love the timer. One problem though: when listening to music with headphones the interval sound seems really low and at times I will miss the signal to rest. Can you add a volume adjustment for the interval sounds?

Tainterr ,


A good simple timer, could be great with a few tweaks, but I like that it isn’t overly complicated.

Marc-Taylor ,

Great app but needs scoring ability

Can you add a function that would allow the user to enter a score (the number of reps completed in your lowest scored round) during the 8 sets of each movement. Once the Tabata is completed, the app would total your scores (the sum of the lowest rep round for each movement) to give you a total score. This would allow the user to compete against himself - trying to increase score for the same Tabata over time. Example: if the minimum reps I can complete during my 8 sets of push-ups is 12, them my score for push-ups would be 12. Then for air squats, for example, the minimum number I completed during the 8 rounds is 20, then my air squat score is 20. My total score for this abbreviated Tabata would be 12+20=32. The next time I do this workout I could look Back at the history and try to increase my score. I've never seen this on an app, but thought it would be a good addition. I would think the calculator function could be incorporated to accomplish this.


Rigo Rigo AB
22.1 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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  • Family Sharing

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

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