Stacked - Workout Tracker for
By M4L, Inc.
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
A NEW TYPE OF WORKOUT TRACKER FOR WEIGHT LIFTING.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced weightlifter, Stacked will help you build muscle, get strong, and lose fat faster.
With it, you can plan and do weight lifting workouts, accurately measure and monitor your body composition, and see and analyze your progress.
And unlike most other weight lifting apps, Stacked isn’t ugly, unwieldy, or unintuitive, and it isn’t cluttered with unimportant features that you’ll never use.
Instead, it’s clean, elegant, and easy to learn and use, and was built by weight lifters for weight lifters.
In short, Stacked is a workout app actually worth using, and especially if you take your bodybuilding seriously.
Here are just a few of the reasons why...
- It comes preloaded with a large database of exercises, including those that use free weights, machines, and body weight, and popular workout routines for men and women.
- You can create your own workout routines, and it’s built to handle everything, ranging from a simple, repetitive bodyweight program to a complex strength training block.
- You can set goals for various exercises and body measurements, and record and see your progress toward them.
- You can see your personal records for each exercise while you’re working out, as well as when you set them.
- You can change workouts on the fly, adding additional exercises and sets as you desire.
- You can create notes for individual sets and workouts, allowing you to precisely record how your training is going.
- It does plate math for you, so you always know how to load the bar correctly.
- You can access a 1RM calculator when you’re creating and doing workouts for easy loading calculations.
- You can assign iTunes or SoundCloud playlists to workouts, and control your music from within the app.
- You can review any workout that you’ve done and see everything from the sets you performed to the notes you made, the total workout duration and volume, and more.
- You can review your progress with your body and in your workouts with pictures and several types of graphs.
- It automatically backs up all of your data in the cloud, for free.
- It supports Imperial and metric systems.
- And more.
Stacked is also 100% free to download and fully functional for your first 10 workouts, which gives you plenty of time to “kick the tires” and make sure it’s right for you.
Once you know that you’re going to stick with Stacked, all you have to do to unlock unlimited workouts is pay a one-time upgrade fee.
So, if you’re ready to get more out of your training, enjoy your workouts, and see how you’re progressing and improving over time, then scroll up, click the “Get” button now, and start your journey today!
What's New in Version 1.8
Fixed the app crash and relaunch while multitasking.
Minor improvements and bug fixes.
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Great so far, has learning curve
It’s an unconventional app layout and flow but once I kinda poked around and gave it a chance it’s pretty useful.
There’s been a couple times where I guess the memory ran out and my entire workout was lost, had to re enter everything. I’m using an iPhone 7.
I still use this app but it did have me paranoid of using other apps while using this one. It hasn’t crashed recently so I assume they’ve fixed it in an update.
If it continues being stable, learning to use this app is a no brainer. Much more convenient than pulling up and making a new page in a spreadsheet on my phone.
1. Optimize the entered weight for an exercise. The double tapping to remove a plate took me a while to figure out and wasn’t stated anywhere and was quite frustrating at first. Also, if you start using the + or - it should begin from your previous weight, not zero again.
2. Dragging and dropping the circles to go further in menu options is like reinventing the button. Why not just keep it a button? Dragging and dropping requires coordination and tapping is a single action.
3. Automatically create graphs based on your workout and other data. Send notifications that give a progress report. I don’t mind sending my data to y’all if need be. I’m sure you’re collecting some kind of data off users anyway.
Great functionality, could use streamlining
This app has been excellent so far. Flexible workout programming, recording weight and reps. As other reviewers have mentioned being able to sort and add exercises by muscle group rather than alphabetically would be great.
This would be a five star app if you could easily share or export entire workout summaries from the Workout History page, rather than sharing only individual exercises from the "Progress" widgets page. While the widgets offer a quick and easy visual, I prefer using my own spreadsheets to track and analyze the data. Being able to export the text from each complete workout would greatly facilitate this process.
Like it....but want to love it
The app has lots of good features like preloaded workouts and goal tracking.
I’d been lifting for around 14 months before buying this app and the BBLS five day split has shown gains in only about three weeks!
I’m looking forward to trying some of the other routines in the coming months.
But there are a few things I keep wishing it had:
1) the really handy built in timer doesn’t sound if The app is minimized to use another one (iPhone 7 with iOS11)
2) once a workout it started some of the other features aren’t accessible unless the workout is ended
3) the user manual PDF format is less then user friendly (with my phone at least)
4) I did have one crash that was kinda a bummer! In the middle of my workout the app closed and delegated all of that workouts data 😳 not cool. But I think a recent update may have addressed this...I hope 🙁
5) it would be AWESOME if it came with the PPL routines Mike recently outlined on his podcast (nov 1) please and Thank you