IRON Weight Lifting Tracker 4+

NEW Workout Planner & Gym Log

IRON Digital, Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.5 • 378 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Finally, a weight lifting app that does what a weight lifting app should. Designed by weightlifters, for weightlifters. Come experience the ease and simplicity of IRON.

IRON's members are...

A. Men and women looking for a weight lifting app to help them build muscle, improve strength, and/or tone up

B. Determined gym goers looking for a reliable workout routine (our workouts are hand-made and personalized to your goal; we never use computer-generated workouts in our weight lifting routines)

C. Advanced weightlifters/bodybuilders looking for a weight lifting app to organize their training and track their performance and progress for every exercise (and a powerful and insightful tool to help avoid plateaus)

D. People just starting out in weight lifting who need guidance in the gym, but don't want to pay for a personal trainer

Every gym goer is different, and every gym goer has their own way of doing things, so we got rid of the rigid structure that you'll find in most workout trackers. Here's what we do differently...

1. If it's a workout or fitness plan you're looking for, we've hand-crafted our workouts to give you a strong weekly regiment. Our workouts are inspired by classic weight lifting and muscle toning principles, proven to bring proper results. We do not offer trendy workout plans that have little effect, like most other workout apps.

2. If you're experienced in weight lifting, you might not need our workouts; you just need an app to track and organize your training. No problem, you can opt-out of our weekly workouts and just build and use your own. We will even change your interface so it's easier and faster to build and access your workouts. No other weight lifting app personalizes to users like this.

3. No workout tracker or workout planner has done anything like the Training Profile. This is where you can explore the ins-and-outs of your training. This is where it's all about you. We encourage you to check it out for yourself.

Choose your plan. We offer monthly, yearly, and lifetime subscription models.

Cancel anytime. Payment will be charged to 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. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable

- Workouts you build will save to MY WORKOUTS
- Save any of our workouts to MY WORKOUTS
- Completely edit our weekly workouts
- Info pages for every exercise
- Superset and triset integration
- Pounds (lbs) and kilograms (kg)
- Hide exercises you can't do in your gym
- Weight-by-Plate logging for barbell exercises
- Sort exercise squares by Biggest Lifts or Most Frequent exercises
- We track your 1 Rep Max (1RM), 2 Rep Max (2RM)...15 Rep Max (15RM) for every exercise
- Tap ADD SETS TO STATS to log sets you missed or forgot to log in the past
- Workout finishers: cardio, HIIT, and bodyweight exercises
- Workout and fitness exercises for all experience levels
- Workout timer for exercises that are performed in rounds instead of sets
- A weekly workout planner
- Workouts for women specifically
- Workouts for men specifically
- Edit your fitness goals and weight lifting experience anytime
- Workout tracker & fitness tracker compatibility
- Extensive workout planner capabilities
- Weight lifting is shown to improve your overall health
- Workout planner apps can help you stay dedicated
- Classic weight lifting, bodybuilding, and muscle toning principles



What’s New

Version 1.2.9

Bug Fixes & Improvements
-Fixes bug causing data not to save on input screen

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
378 Ratings

378 Ratings

DrNurseHitt ,

A lot of potential

I like the simplicity of the app, and I love being able to see and track all my PRs of varying rep ranges, that’s extremely important to me. A few things to make it all better.
1. Improvised workouts: my training is mostly Bulgarian style, and usually I’ll workout multiple times a day with different exercises. There’s currently no way to start an improvised workout and choosing exercises on the fly, and no way to track multiple workouts in a day.
2. Logging more than 10 sets per exercise. Sometimes I’ll do an hour of just deadlifting, and I’d like to log more than just 10 sets at a time.
3. Delete some exercises. A lot of the preloaded exercises I’ll probably never do, and it just clutters up the screen and makes the exercises I want to do harder to find.
4. Add body weight to exercises like chin ups, dips, etc. Used in combination with added weight to get a “Total RM” and “Added Weight RM”
5. Make it easier to see other rep maxes. I like being able to see my list of rep maxes quick and easy, but I’d like a way to see other rep ranges maxes easily as well
6. Manually edit the main screen. Only being to view by heaviest and most frequent doesn’t allow me to see what exercises I’m tracking for that moment. All of my deadlift exercises vastly outweighs my pressing, even though I’d like to see my bench, deadlift, and squat front and center on the main screen.

Developer Response ,

Regarding being able to input exercises on the fly, on the current version tap “ADD SETS” and click on the current day’s date on the calendar and it is easy to add sets that way for one exercise at a time as you workout.

In our version 2.0 that is currently under development, improvised workouts will be made much more efficient and many of the other issues you mentioned will be taken care of as well.

Thank you for your detailed review, we appreciate the feedback!

Squire343 ,

Confusing at first but good app

Maybe I’m just not the sharpest knife in the droid, but at first the app was confusing to me. I think I’m getting the hang of it though. It is a beautifully designed app no doubt. The “login to iTunes” thing needs to be fixed ASAP. it’s incredibly annoying. Another for the developers thing that I think would be really god is if, I’m the workout section, when you tap on the exercise that you’re about to do and it shows sets and reps, if you could access the stats for that exercise within the workout folder, rather than needing to go back to the Page where you name is. That would make the app SOOOO much better in my opinion. I’ll probably end up buying the lifetime version because I’m working out harder than I think I ever have and I’m sore 😂. Good app, would recommend.

Developer Response ,

The password bug has been fixed, please download our most recent update.

Thanks for your review!

KadenHimself ,

Great app in theory, basically unusable

I love the app. It’s great for tracking progress, and it’s super easy to add exercises that aren’t included in the lists already. Very simple and easy to customize to your schedule and routine. I like the idea, I like the developers, and I like that it’s significantly cheaper than competing apps.

My only problem: every time I open the app, I have to enter my Apple ID password. Every. Single. Time. Quickly swipe between apps to change music? Password. Lock phone when putting in in pocket? Password. Spotty internet connection at the gym? Password every time it reconnects to the WiFi.

I’ve typed my password in probably close to 100 times, and I’ve only worked out with this app 4 times. Doesn’t matter if you type it in, it’s going to ask again. Doesn’t matter if you click cancel, because in about 30 seconds you’ll get an “authentication failed” pop up and be asked for you password again. More than half of my time using this app has been typing in my password, and it’s not even remotely clear why, because it seems to function perfectly without an internet connection anyway.

Bottom line: my free trial ends on March 6th, and if the issue isn’t resolved by then I will have to cancel my planned purchase. As it stands, the app is basically nonfunctional. The developers wrote that this should’ve been fixed in the recent update, but 3 of my 4 workouts have been done since I downloaded the update and there has been no change at all.

Developer Response ,

Update: The password bug has been fixed, please download our most recent update.

If for any reason you continue to experience the bug, please contact us ASAP at

Thanks for your patience, and we hope you will consider updating your review now that the bug is fixed.

App Privacy

The developer, IRON Digital, Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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