Full Fitness : Exercise Workout Trainer
By Mehrdad Mehrain
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"Rated 4 out of 4 ... the best of its kind at the crowded App Store" - USA TODAY
The top selling fitness app of all time has returned! Becoming and staying fit has never been easier with the help of Full Fitness! Hundreds of exercises are explained with clear pictures, videos and text instructions all within the palm of your hand!
We understand personal trainers can be costly, but changing your workout routine is essential for keeping your body from growing accustomed to the same old exercises. If anything, adding some variety keeps things interesting and enjoyable - making it more likely that you will stick with the program.
For under the cost of a cup of coffee, Full Fitness not only provides instructions for hundreds of exercises, but it sorts them by body region, muscle of target, and the equipment needed. Use our easy-to-use exercise builder to create your own custom exercise routine, and then track your progress as you perform each exercise. Full Fitness allows you to log your exercises, view progress graphs, and email or backup the results online.
Not sure which exercises to perform? Use one of our 30 pre-defined routines to reach a particular goal. All of our routines are developed by licensed fitness professionals and come with complete instructions.
If you have no equipment available, or are more interested in cardio or stretches, Full Fitness has you covered! Tracking of cardio exercises, over 40 stretches and exercises and routines that require no equipment are all included! Full Fitness does even more. Track your food intake and body weight, schedule workouts, setup profiles to track more than one user, and more. This is the intuitive and beautiful fitness app you have been looking for!
● hundreds of unique exercises (more than any other app)
● clear images of people doing every exercise with full text instructions
● hundreds of video instructions for many of the more complicated exercises
● calorie tracker with over 90,000 food items
● cleverly designed logging feature to record and track each exercise
● ability to add your own exercise and track your progress
● exercises ordered by target (abs, arms, back, etc), muscle they target (deltoids, biceps, etc) or equipment they require (swissball, kettlebells, nothing, etc)
● 30 routines to reach various goals (weight loss, strength, ab definition, golf program, etc)
● ability to email your workout logs to yourself, back them up online or view them on the device
● graph your workout results to give yourself the encouraging boost you need
● stop-watch timer to keep track of your rest times in between sets
● weight monitor/BMI calculator and measurements tracker to view your progress
● schedule your workouts ahead of time so you never forget your workout routine
● ability to track MULTIPLE users
● iCloud support and the ability to import content from Full Fitness
● workout sharing tool to share your workouts between other Full Fitness users
Unlike other fitness apps, everything is included - we do not believe in in-app purchases. Further, we are dedicated to providing regular free updates. The next update is under development. Write in and let us know what most interests you.
What's New in Version 2.2
We are working on a massive update involving new exercises, routines and some clever features ... but this update doesn't include it.
Because iOS 7 is being released next week, this update is just to ensure the app keeps working until we have the large update done.
PLEASE - leave us a review on iTunes! Even if you have an old review, we would appreciate an update. Positive word of mouth really encourages us in delivering these free updates.
Out of date
It's been two years since developers knew about the bigger screen on iPhone 6 and yet we are still waiting to have this app expanded to a full view. It's super annoying!
The average rep/weight/max weight chart is missing an important factor. Let's say I've been doing squats with 20kg,30,40,50,60,70 and 80kg 8 times each weight. The app fairly enough says my max weight was 80, my average rep stays at 8, my average weight is waaaay down below my usual because on another time I would do 80kg only. In result it looks like I've done the same amount of exercise or even less because max weight stays the same, reps stay the same and average weight is lower. But I have done a much greater workout and burnt more energy and gained more strength. Shouldn't there be like a progress chart that combines everything together? Please consider.
This app is probably the best app on the market for a intermediate to advanced gym goer.
It has been commented that it isn't the most informative on muscle groups used etc, well to anyone with mild anatomical knowledge this is not an issue at all, what this app does is give you a fairly comprehensive exercise list (although I have given it four stars purely because that is not constantly being updated with new exercises as some variations aren't on there). It also gives an excellent way to track your progress, see it in a graph and timetable your workouts. Without a doubt this is the best fitness app for gym goers with a small amount of experience and above on the App Store.
Very good. Could be better
First of all, I'm very happy with this app. It's obvious the creator knows a wide variety of exercises, knows how to make an easy-to-use app and tries to make the app as personal as possible.
However, there's one big issue I'd like to see changed. It's great having all the exercises divided into limbs of your body. However, it does not specify muscle groups. For instance the 'arms' category. I don't necessarily want to work biceps and triceps in one session, and if you're not sure about the exercises you're performing, you might be working the wrong muscle's. I would like to see every exercise show a diagram of every muscle that you work when performing it.