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I've worked out before, but never at an advanced level, and sometimes it would be on and off. I'd make progress, then gain some of it back, then lose it, etc. Not that it was hard to track or anything, I did that pretty well for all my workouts, but having started up again I wanted to start from scratch and this app was perfect for that. It's new (different) routines compared to what I usually do so it's a nice change of pace and makes for a great motivation to keep at it once again. That being said, it's perfect for those who aren't too advanced already, you need something to get you started and helps, this is it. There are a few things I wish it would have, so I'll give it a 4, but I'm sure, just as I've seen in past reviews, issues and suggestions will be added eventually!
Would definitely recommend this app to anyone looking for a jump start in the gym. It takes care of tracking your progress and automatically increases weight and reps as you go. I have already seen solid gains and I’ve only been using this app for about 3 months. At one point I had a small issue with my subscription being recognized and emailed the developers (there’s a button in the app to report any problems) and within THE SAME DAY they responded that they’ve taken care of the issue. I’ve also noticed after reading through the reviews that nearly every suggestion was later added to the app. There is now a pause function, disabling of supersets, great variability, options to skip/change an exercise and the option to work out early if you want to work out more than 3 times a week. Overall it shows that there is a lot of work that goes into this app and the Devs really are trying to take care of its users
At first, I was pretty excited to use this app. Starting out from day one I could tell there was something off. I'm not sure what algorithm the devs use to judge the weight and reps per set, but it's waaay off. For example, one set for bench had me doing 185lbs for 12 reps. Then on the next set, it chose to do 245lbs for 6 reps. There's also not much variety. If you like to do barbell bench, then this is for you. But anyone that's been training for a while (or even a moderate lifter) can tell you it's a bad idea to have someone do bench for every workout. After the insane difficulty spike with these lifts on upper day, I figured lower would be better. 2 leg exercises (leg press and RDL) was it for legs. After that, they thought it was a good idea to throw more shoulders and the exact same arm routine (bb curl + close grip bench). Guess what day 3 was? That's right, more bench. Oh and Day 4? Yup, more bench press. Fix the algorithm and vary the exercises and this app would be great.
I've done 20 sessions with this app, already seeing good gains. I'd been lifting for about 11 months on my own three days a week, but doing the more traditional back and bi, chest and tri, legs rotation. I hit a plateau and was looking for something to change it up. I ran across this app and have been pleased, I feel strong. Pros: multiple workouts, pre programmed, good instruction videos, receptive tech support. Cons: can't control the weight options, needed a work around when I maxed out on dumbbell shrugs because my gym doesn't carry dumbbells over 100 lbs, the leg days sometimes take longer than I have time for, in a packed gym super sets are hard to do (you can opt out, but have to do that at the beginning - wish you could opt out as you go in the event that there are some that can be done). Wish list: being able to compare progress photos side by side, take out super sets as you go, possibly change order of exercise our slip and come back to later to account for machines being used, add a core/abs component.
I absolutely love this app!! I mean I’m actually paying for the subscription and I never do that(mainly cuz I’m seeing results and it’s tracking on its own) but there are a few options that need to be added. For starters those joined workouts where you have to hop from one equipment to the other needs to have an option to either disable that or give us time in between to get to the workouts. My gym is small but if I was at a big gym I’d have to run across just to get to the other piece and by than that’s 10-20 seconds lost because it starts counting right away. The other is it should give you list of workouts so if you don’t have a piece of equipment in your gym it’ll give you options of equipments/workouts that target the same area and you can choose which one you want/can do . Otherwise this is a great app.
Developed by Gym Futuristic.
BAU5 Workout GYM Training MEN is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Nov 21, 2019and the current version is 2.0.7.
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