By Worry Free Labs
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There were never enough hours in the day, but who has a full hour for the gym? We built this free app to help busy people hack their exercise routines and make fitness find time for them.
GraphFit charts your progress as you exercise throughout the day. Build your workout, set your daily goals, and plot your success one rep and one step at a time. Biking in the morning, pushups between breakfast and lunch, planks while this app downloads (we dare you!), and dips before bed. It's a revolutionary workaround workout for the modern workday.
Here are the features that will keep you motivated and moving on your workout goals:
✔ Track up to 13 exercises at one time.
✔ Build your daily workout by enabling or disabling the exercises of your choice.
✔ Select from 47 different exercises.
✔ Set daily goals for each exercise and log progress at your convenience.
✔ View per-day progress at a glance and see which exercises remain.
✔ Analyze your daily exercise trends to find your optimal workout times.
✔ Share progress with friends and workout pals via Facebook and Twitter.
Now, log two reps on that download button and get busy getting fit!
Bent Over Raises
Bent Over Row
Dumbbell Bench Press
Incline Bicep Curls
Incline Dumbbell Press
One Arm Row
Spiderman Push Ups
Straight Legged Dead Lift
What's New in Version 1.0.1
Improved Twitter integration
I'm glad I got this app. It is simple and elegant in its design, and I haven't experienced any problems/bugs with it. My favorite features of the app are the graphing function, exercise icons, and ease of setting goals and tracking progress.
What I would like to see included in future versions is:
1) A way to edit the number of reps/time you completed! Currently, you can add but you can't subtract or otherwise change it if you put the wrong number by mistake. As a result, my graph is not entirely accurate, and I can't fix it.
2) An ability to adjust the current daily goal without it changing previous daily goals
3) Perhaps include a space to write notes or mark how many sets/rounds completed in a day
4) Maybe the ability to add custom exercises/icons
Overall, I enjoy using this app to track my exercise and see how I'm progressing in my training. The graph, in particular, helps motivate me and allows me to check my progress at a glance. Great app!
The interface and layout is so sleek and pretty. I love it. A lot of fitness apps offer the same things do most of the time the only deal breaking factor comes down to the style of the app. I love it. Thank you guys
Great app but would like to be able to add my own exercises such as swimming -- things that aren't listed