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I hate when people want everything for free. Don’t you know the work that goes into this app? People like nutritionist, bodybuilders, physical fitness expert’s, etc. all take time to make this app work. Do you think that they’re going to work for free and not any subscription-based system? If you want a personal trainer, you’re going to have to pay hundreds of dollars a month, but with this app it can guide you through the whole thing for a small fee every single month. Unfortunately, people don’t see the value in the work that people put in anymore. So they whine and complain about having a subscription, if you don’t want to pay for a subscription, then go work out from home, do push-ups and sit ups, eat as healthy as you possibly can, and go out for a jog. All that is free, but if you want a guided fitness system, you got to pay for it! Nothing is free! Stop wanting everything to be free!
A lot of people talked about free trial here so I thought it comes with a free trial. I downloaded it and purchased it. But then I realized that there isn’t one. I decided to give it try. I’m not a fitness expert but I personally don’t like it. The workouts look really basic and especially there are not many gym workouts. When I went to the developer website, there is no info on the people who developed the app. Are the people who created the app professional trainers? They’re very sneaky with the billing. So later I realized that if you download the app through the link from Google, you do get a 7-day free trial. But the subscription price doubles compared to direct download from the App Store. That’s so shady. I wonder how many are paying that much money. I looked more deeply into the reviews and realized that a lot of people had the same issue as me, and the customer service here imply Apple controls the refund. But if you go to Apple refund page, it’ll tell you it’s not within policy to refund. The policy is set by the App developers. Overall, I really have some suspicions over why this app is one of the top ranked apps but so many much better similar apps (Nike training club, Fitbod, Centre, etc.) are ranked far below.
I’m gonna have to agree with the young man. We live in a day and age where being in shape is the trend. If your going to create the app at least make if free so that people and actually enjoy it. But your giving it a week. Everyone knows you do see results that fast. No one minds paying but create the with added features that can be brought. So if the top grossing games and apps are free with purchasable content such as fornite. PvP games and app and they are extremely successful. If your app is good people won’t mind paying for extra content. Overall make the app free and see how you do with extra content that could be bought.
I’m a pretty experienced lifter and have gone through many different physical transformations. I sit naturally at 155 and once gained enough mass to be at 180 and also got myself down to 150lbs with 4%body fat. That being said, there should be a free week, day, anything trial. I don’t expect to get things for free but with a service like this, I need to see what you have to offer before I blindly jump in. Even just reading though the suggested plan for free once would be good enough for me to trust your recommendation and give it a shot. I tried finding the free trial twice, if it’s there, it’s not obvious.
This app promotes itself as a replacement for a personal trainer that can use an algorithm based on a tiny amount of input about you and your goals. The app gives no guidance on how much weight to lift for its established number of reps, is completely based on a timeline that does not include any rest between sets or muscle groups, and couldn’t be further from useful for muscle gain. It automatically set my goal to gain 10 lbs as a 4 week plan. For anyone that’s attempted to gain a lean 10 lbs, this is extremely unreasonable. The first workout was a high rep, high volume workout. Those don’t work for gaining mass. Complete garbage. Get Fitbod for $40/year instead of this for $120/year.
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Muscle Booster Workout Tracker has 3 352 user reviews.
Muscle Booster Workout Tracker has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Muscle Booster Workout Tracker (1.2.8) was released on Oct 29, 2019.
You can download Muscle Booster Workout Tracker here:.
Get Better, Stronger, Faster, Harder with MUSCLE BOOSTER WORKOUT PLANNER!
When you work out at home or hit the gym, Muscle Booster's smart training algorithm will guide you through the right weight, sets, reps, rep ranges and rest between sets, so that you can achieve your training goals.
WHO IS MUSCLE BOOSTER FOR?
Muscle Booster was developed specially for men who care about their health and
appearance and want to look and feel amazing. The app is a substitute for a personal trainer and it will help you get in great shape either at home or at the gym.
HOW TO START?
Set your goals: weight loss, muscle gain, or to be more active
Select the zones that you want to work on: shoulders, chest, arms, back, belly, legs
Enter your personal data such as age, height, weight, fitness level, etc.
HOW DOES MUSCLE BOOSTER WORK?
According to your goals and personal data, our smart algorithm will suggest a personalized workout plan – a combination of cardio, strength, recovery and LISS (walking, running, cycling) exercises that will enable you to maximize your results.
The basic plan will be created for 60 days and displayed in your calendar. Each week the workout plan will be updated according to your progress and feedback (if the previous workouts were too easy or too difficult for you).
Additionally, you will have access to a library of 200+ workouts.
Muscle Booster integrates with HealthKit, so you can export nutrition and exercise data from Muscle Booster to HealthKit, and import fitness data and weight and body measurements from HealthKit to Muscle Booster.
You can download the app for free. Further use requires a weekly, monthly, 3-month, 6-month or lifetime subscription.
- Subscription length: week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, lifetime;
- When opting for a subscription, you pay the fixed price for your country which is displayed in the app.
- Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account upon confirmation of purchase.
- Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
- Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.
- You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to Account Settings after purchase.
- When cancelling a subscription, your subscription will stay active until the end of the current period. Auto-renewal will be disabled, but the current subscription will not be refunded.
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when purchasing a subscription.
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