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iMUSCLE 2 IS A HIGHLY VISUAL, 3D-BASED, AWARD-WINNING HEALTH AND FITNESS APP WITH EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO PLAN AND TRACK YOUR FITNESS PROGRAM. ⁃Chosen by the App Store as "App of the Week" ⁃No.1 Health & Fitness app - App Store Rewind ⁃Listed as one of Tech Crunch's top 20 apps ⁃Listed as one of the best apps for weight loss by More.com PLEASE NOTE: It is currently not possible to share workouts or personal data between Apple devices and other platforms. Cross-platform compatibility is something we will be working towards in the future. WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING: "The iMuscle app has the benefit of teaching you more about the muscles that help your body move." --- ZDnet "Anyone into sports training or rehabilitation science will immediately see the usefulness of this app." --- Tuaw "iMuscle is a high-quality, professional-grade, but user-friendly app that will help users not just work out, but do so with maximum effectiveness and minimal injury. For personal or professional use, this is a fantastic fitness tool." --- Apptudes "iMuscle is a sophisticated workout aid." --- App of the Day "iMuscle is a great option for learning to exercise and stretch specific muscles in your body." --- Lifehacker "iMuscle allows everyone from fitness junkies to work-out novices to create and maintain a personalized exercise program tailored to their specific needs." --- 148 Apps PREMIUM CONTENT: iMuscle 2 provides users with the ability to zoom into an area on our 3D human body and tap on a muscle to reveal exercises and stretches targeted to the development and/or rehabilitation of that specific muscle. Once identified, just add it to a workout. The app also features our unique animations which provide direction on how to properly perform each exercise. In addition to individual users, iMuscle 2 was designed with multiple users in mind, making it ideal for fitness instructors and physiotherapists to use with their clients. iMUSCLE 2'S TOP FEATURES ARE: ⁃Rotate and zoom-in to our real 3D model with the musculature exposed to reveal superficial and many deep muscles. - Slick new interface with easy to find workout and exercise areas featuring animated exercise icons. ⁃Over 650 high-quality 3D animated exercises and stretches for both gym and home users. -Tap muscles to find exercises associated with that muscle. ⁃Search for exercises by type, area worked or equipment used. ⁃Add customized exercises to the app database. ⁃Easily create workouts with our drag & drop feature -- with automatic prompts for set, rep and weight details. ⁃Share workouts with friends, workout partners or clients via e-mail. ⁃Sync workouts between multiple devices by backing up and restoring from iCloud. ⁃Easily track your body measurements. ⁃Track statistics for entire workouts or individual exercises. - Share your progress via e-mail, Facebook & Twitter. ⁃50+ Preset workouts. ⁃Hints and tips for every exercise. ⁃Add an unlimited amount of users. HOW TO USE: 1. To work on a particular body area, zoom into the area on our 3D model. Tap on a muscle you want to work on and a thumbnail list of all the exercises associate with that muscle will be presented. 2. Select an exercise and you'll be shown an animated 3D model performing that exercise. You'll also see a written detailed description of how to perform the exercises. Primary and secondary muscles targeted will also be highlighted. 3. Add the exercise to a workout. Enjoy your workout! 3D4MEDICAL'S COMMITMENT: We take pride in our apps at 3D4Medical and continually strive to engage with our customers. We are committed to upgrading and developing our apps and invite you to share in the development process with us. Please send recommendations and feedback to: iMuscle2iPhoneFeedback@3D4Medical.com.
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The best part of this app is how you can pick out a muscle or group that you want to work in the gym and get a list of excersise ideas and how to do them. This helps in a crowded gym or a gym with limited equipment - you know what you want to do but sometimes you may have to work that muscle using a different piece of equipment. Where I think the app can improve is the graphics and the metrics on the progress tab. This should be expanded- export to excel, link up with life fitness machines to input cardio workouts from QPC codes. The fact that I can email my brother a customized workout that I did is way cool. If I could print out that list with the data that would be useful. Also, to get an effective body fat percentage based off of the measurements plugged into the app it is important to measure the areas correctly. The app should include instructions on the weight and taping at the same level of detail as in excersise demo. Here’s another idea if you software developers are listening: if the graphic of the person matched those that the user inputs on the plates, barbells, weight and tape, etc. that would be pretty cool. Overall I really enjoy the app and it is really helping me to reach my fitness goals. I highly recommend this app.
I like the fact that iMuscle has an extensive library of common exercises yet you can still create your own new ones. The only feature that is troublesome is the ease with which I can edit routines on my Mac or iPhone. I do all my planning on my Mac and then transfer to my iPhone. I run each routine and use the app to time my in between rest periods of 45-60 seconds. It is difficult, however, to edit routines because I cannot expand the window to the right. I can see 3 and 1/2 exercises at a time and it is difficult to slide left or right in that view. I need to see the entire routine in one screen so that I can refine the sequence of the exercises. I would also like the ability to duplicate a routine and save it under a new name so that I can vary some routines to create a new one rather than start a new one from scratch, which is what I have to do today. In addition, it would be nice to have (but not critical) for the app to link to other health/fitness apps to share common metrics such as weight, calories expended through exercise and calories consumed. Finally, I really do like and appreciate the bionic man used to show muscles and groups for each exercise. It helps me two ways: (1) learn the muscle groups that I am working in each exercise; and, (2) insure that I hit all of the muscle groups evenly over time.
I have had back, neck and shoulder issues and had to go to the chiropractor 2X’s a week as well as get physical therapy and take home exercises for 4 months. A lot of the exercises given to me were exactly what I found when looking and targeting the areas with this app. It was perfect for doing homework assignments because I knew which exercises to do from the therapist and found this app to be exactly on point. I found the video action helpful compared to a 2d photo trying to remember movements. I can mark favorites and create routines and keep track. It also shows adjacent muscles and exercises to complement therapy. Very helpful and worth the money. Especially if one cannot continue visits to the doctor for whatever reason.
I looked into getting a personal trainer however where I live it is a very expensive area and personal trainers are $100 an hour. I found this app and was really happy because I get to make over a dozen different workouts which I rotate so that I don’t work out the same muscle groups every day but I feel like I get a great work out because I can target my work out to specific muscle groups. It is totally worth the money to pay for this app as I am not having to pay personal trainer and I don’t need someone else to motivate me .
I like that it has the muscles and exercises for each muscle, but the selection of removing overlaying muscles is a pain. This is because the developers pre-determined what muscles they would stop showing for each click of the remove option. An example of how this is annoying is I wanted to look at where the gluteus maximus tied to the femur. The particular spot is under the LT band so I click on the LT band to remove it from view. What happens is that it doesn’t remove the LT band and removes the gluteus Maximus, ending in the exact opposite of what I want. Again this is because the developers decided what you would want to look at and did not think you might want to examine something different.
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iMuscle 2 - iPhone Edition is ranking in Health & Fitness & Medical
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 3.9.14.
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