Screenshots

Description

Stay motivated while you build strength and lose weight with Workout Log. Workout log makes it easy to track exercise and fitness progress. Start lifting and gain muscle.

Build easily customizable workout routines so you can quickly log sets, weight, and reps for your exercises in order to push yourself each time you hit the gym. Store your body weight and progress photos in one place to keep yourself motivated. Switch easily between different workout routines and days depending on your needs or fitness goals. With Workout Log Pro you can now reflect on your history for the exercise to see how you should push yourself today and visualize how you have progressed over time.

Workout Log now uses Apple HealthKit to read user heart rate data when available. More heart rate features coming soon!

What’s New

Version 4.5.1

Thanks for supporting Workout Log, this updated includes the following:
- Additional information presented to the user regarding recently completed workouts.
- Sort routine list by recently finished routines.
- Search improvements.
- Improved settings.
* Access settings easily to contact support, upgrade account type, and change simple settings.
- Design improvements throughout.
- Minor bug fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
162 Ratings

162 Ratings

KickButt12345 ,

Its Fairly Good

its a pretty good workout log but there are a few thing i recommend. for instance, i feel they should add something for like if you are doing cardio they should add amount of time you want to spend in that machine or etc. another thing i feel could be great for the app is the ability to reorder your exercises to better fit your workout needs. besides all the things i feel should be added, the app is top-notch no doubt about it.

woodchuckc ,

Difficult to edit

I have found no way to change the order of exercises without completely re-entering everything for the day. (Update: I have added new exercises to my program for my 3-day cycle, and that means they will always be listed last. For instance, I like to do abdominal work first, but I failed to enter them before listing all of the others. So to enter my crunch reps and weights, I have to scroll to the end of the long list, perform the type of crunch or sit-up for the day, enter the data, and then scroll back up to start that day’s body part work. If there was a select box by the title, you could click and then drag the whole exercise to put it in your preferred order.)

Typos can’t be edited, they must be entered, again. (Update: I have found that if I am very careful about where I click into the comment box below each set, I can make edits, but click too close to the existing text and it is gone)

No indication of how many characters are allowed in the name of exercise box. If you enter more than the limit, you can’t scroll to the right to see the hidden text.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback! As of version 2.11 all of these issues should be resolved:) If you are interested, send an email to theworkoutlog@gmail.com with some of your ideas on how it could be improved!

Tallrunner68 ,

Good free app but lacks some features

Edit: I like some of the paid features that allow you to save workout history, but you can’t edit it. Also it’s acclumative, if I save after set 1, 1 set shows up in the history. If I hit save after the 2nd set, there are 3 sets saved. 1 for 1st set, and the 2 that include 1st and 2nd set. And it just continues to add up.

This app is good in that it is simple and free. You can create custom workouts and routines and logging is easy. The problem is that it doesn’t track or save your progress. There is no graph or calendar that you can check. You can only see the weights/reps/notes from the previous workout. So unless you log it elsewhere you can’t see how much weight you’ve added to lifts or how long you’ve been stuck on a plateau etc. Would like to be able to click finished on a workout and have it save somewhere so you can go back and check.

App Privacy

The developer, Colton Lemmon, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

More By This Developer

You Might Also Like