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Pushups 0 to 100 Exercise Workout (Push Up Crossfit Trainer), Pro.

By Clear Sky Apps LTD

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Build a Great Chest & Strong Arms.
Train from 0 to 100 pushups in 10 weeks.

● Get ready to live your dream.

Made by the Clear Sky Fitness Experts, the same people that built the famous Situps, Pull-ups, Squats, 5K Runner and 10K Runner apps.

----- ABOUT THE APP -----

Gradually go from 0 to 100 pushups in 10 weeks. The workouts are 3 times a week, 20 mins each.

The app's audio coach guides you on how many pushups to do, when to rest, and when to resume. During the instructions you listen to your favorite music, and the coach blends in when needed. The app keeps you motivated which is the key to success and the true magic of the app: you will earn wins and badges as you go along and the plan is achievable and enjoyable even by people that never liked to exercise.

With this app, you will have a Great Chest and Strong Arms.

——— FEATURES ———

● personal audio coach guides you
● starts easy and slowly increases
● straight & simple, nothing to learn

● Beginner: counter pushups
● Intermediate: knee pushups
● Advanced: full body pushups

● play your music while exercising
● audio coach gently blends in when needed
● compatible with ALL music apps

● earn wins and badges
● share your wins on Facebook, Twitter, Mail
● meet other trainees on our Facebook community
● motivational quotes for your mind & body

● 20 mins a day, 3 days a week, 10 weeks
● Designed to make anyone succeed
● Extensive guidance for beginners
● Stretching & warmup videos
● Answers to all common questions

----- CONTACT US -----
Dear customers, we are here for you!

What's New in Version 5.5

Dear Customers, we love you. This version includes the following:

Certificate for when you finish the program
Blurred background during workout for clearer view of details
Larger fonts in workout screen
Updated & better looking music player
Updated prev/next/pause bar
Progress button in bottom left of screen
Updated setting screen
Opening animation plays only once


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Customer Reviews

It's possible!

When I started using this app, I could do only a few puahups at a time, but I followed the training program and made it all the way to 100! I feel much stronger, and I was amazed that the app really seemed designed to increase only as much as I could handle each session, even as I kept thinking I had reached my limit. I wish this app integrated with other health apps I use, though. I love the different levels in this app, as I started with counter pushups and now I'm halfway through the knee pushups. I can't wait to get to full pushups! I also used their squat and situp apps simultaneously and found it easy enough to switch between them to get a comprehensive workout. Great app! If you commit to doing it, this app will get you through it!

False advertising?

After reading the Oct 2014 article about Clear Sky’s apps all being built to work together and be HealthKit compatible, I expected my workouts to show up in HealthKit’s “active calories” log. (I’m also using LoseIt! to try and manage food & exercise to lose weight.) I know that pushups aren’t a huge amount of exercise, but it would be a nice incentive for me to be able to see the workout as part of my overall activity log.

I also agree that there should be a better way to be reminded that it’s time to do the next workout. (An Apple Watch notification would be cool to have next month…)

No Apple Health integration

This app, and the others like it from the same publisher, is visually very appealing. However, despite the articles talking about it from various outlets, there is no Apple Health integration. They also lack workout personalization as is common with similar apps, where you test yourself before beginning and then start at the correct level based on what you can already do. The linking of the different workout apps is nice, but could be smoother, especially since they're often sold as a bundle.