The Official App for CrossFit® tracking. BTWB is the world's largest CrossFit® Log with over 40 million results.
- Post results for every CrossFit® workout and create your own.
- Make squads and keep up with your friends' results.
- Hone in on your Strengths & Weaknesses.
- Find out what your Fitness Level is (0-99).
- Discover the perfect workout among 8+ Million Unique WODs.
- See how you stack up against the world with World-Wide Leaderboards.
- Track body fat, benchmarks and more.
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Ratings and Reviews
Awesome WOD and Progress Tracker
I’ve been having BTWB for a few years now and it has continued to improve since the start. I can easily access the workouts I follow and log my times and weights. The progression measurements keep you aware of your strengths weaknesses. I highly recommend any athlete to BTWB to track all of their workouts.
The only thing I would like to see implemented in the application for phones is a timer. More specifically a timer that is linked to the workout, i.e. I follow MisFits and the workouts are already there, so a timer already set for the specific workout would be amazing. This would especially come in handy when doing interval work and each round is for time with rest periods in between or when you need to track your split times for each round, etc.
Thanks for the amazing job guys and keep up the great work!
Solid WOD tracking app
I use the BTWB platform to track my WOD history, even though my box shifted to another platform which integrates class schedules, etc. The reasons I continue to use BTWB include:
- viewing past workouts with specific movement and searching all workouts by movements. (This helps me strategize a workout and also plan workouts for open gym or travel days.)
- the fitness level feature for specific workouts and for overall performance. This is by far my favorite feature and something other platforms don’t provide.
- identifying strengths and weaknesses.
- max lift potential level calculations
- Articles/content are nice; I especially like articles where btwb uses their repository of data to help athletes identify and address weaknesses.
Features and improvements I’d like to see include:
- a way to create (or log) lifting complexes. I currently have to find something similar that’s already in the movement list and make notes.
- max rep logging from the app (works when I use the website, but doesn’t on the app)
- entering planned workouts for future days from the app (avail on the website)
- logging emom’s with alternating AND multiple movements per time interval (and max reps per interval...)
- logging multiple different amraps with rest between (e.g., 6 min amrap for a and b, 1 min rest, 6 min amrap c and d)
Amazing Tracking App
I started using BTWB during summer 2014. It changed the way I workout. I’m a big fan of anything that can make real life more of a video game, and pushing myself to increase my fitness level was an amazing motivator. Since that time I’ve started working out at home, and being able to use BTWB to filter workouts based on movements has been helpful for my garage gym where equipment is limited. The app is easy to use and intuitive.
I’ve used the app to follow both my local affiliate and main site Crossfit, it’s incredibly easy to follow multiple workout tracks. Additionally, I’ve followed some of the free and paid coaching tracks as well over the past 4 years and I love the ease of waking up to your programming already loaded to the app.
Additionally the support staff is great. Anytime I’ve had an issue I’ve put a ticket in and immediately received a response. Great company.
A few minor changes I would recommend include the option to exclude movements in workouts and filter workouts by necessary equipment. If like to see it integrated with Apple health but that may be an Apple side integration.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.