Fit Push Ups 2.0
- Updated UI
- Optimized videos
- Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor compatible
- Works with Health
Ratings and Reviews
Too much too fast
I really liked this at first, but the app placed me in the "advanced" category and I couldn't even get through one workout. I put myself in the beginner category and it was fine for a few weeks but it just advances too quickly. After week two they have you doing fingertip and plyometric push-ups that I'm just not physically able to do. There's no option to adjust for physical limitations. I don't have full range of motion in one arm due to a childhood injury and most of the workouts are impossible for me to do. I found myself just doing regular push-ups through most of the workouts, so I've just stopped using the app altogether. Maybe allow users to adjust workouts to their limitations or seriously nerf the progression and I'll probably get back into it.
Good quality but...
Nice app. Great instruction and quality video but it is obvious that the devs did not spend time making the actual workout session realistic and smooth. It makes me wonder if they even tried and tested the actual workout plan because the app is great in every other aspect but they really missed the mark on the workout session. There is a generic audio track and rep count for all of the workouts even though some of the exercises take more or less time to complete. The rest times are either way too long or not long enough. And the amount of reps and sets are unrealistic for the category the app places me in (intermediate). For instruction and form demonstration the app is great but as a workout companion/guide this app is not even close.
Workout wise, phenomenal. Layout looks great, too.
The one problem and why I didn't go 5 Star is the crash frequency is too high for my taste. Not debilitating to the workout, but it may crash once or twice before you can get to the workout.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.