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Set and rep tracking app?

jonathantaylor2013jonathantaylor2013 Posts: 3Member Member Posts: 3Member Member
Can anyone recommend an app to track my exercises weights sets and reps?


  • TavistockToadTavistockToad Posts: 35,844Member Member Posts: 35,844Member Member
    You can do it on here?
  • jonathantaylor2013jonathantaylor2013 Posts: 3Member Member Posts: 3Member Member
    I thought I could but can see anything.
  • kami3006kami3006 Posts: 4,849Member, Greeter, Premium Member Posts: 4,849Member, Greeter, Premium Member
    On the PC: Exercise tab > Exercise diary >Strength training.

  • jonathantaylor2013jonathantaylor2013 Posts: 3Member Member Posts: 3Member Member
    Thanks I will give it a try. Was wanting to do it on my phone as I train
  • kami3006kami3006 Posts: 4,849Member, Greeter, Premium Member Posts: 4,849Member, Greeter, Premium Member
    In the app, you can go to the exercise portion of your food diary. Click "add exercise" and then "strength". It gives you the option there.

    I have used the jetfit app in the past and it was okay. I prefer notebook and pen but I do know several folks who use it and are happy with it.
    edited January 6
  • lin_belin_be Posts: 393Member Member Posts: 393Member Member
    I use Regimy for iOS. It has a lot of popular programs but isn’t perfect.
  • Erik8484Erik8484 Posts: 429Member Member Posts: 429Member Member
    I really like FitNotes for my android phone. I hated tracking exercises on MFP, although I can't remember why (I swapped to FitNotes years ago).
  • TankiscoolTankiscool Posts: 9,458Member Member Posts: 9,458Member Member
    I'm old school. Paper and clipboard.
  • FdrotaryFdrotary Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    Another vote for Fitnotes of you're on android, don't like the iPhone version as much. I like it because you don't have to make entire workouts and instead you can create them on the fly so if you have flat barbell benchpress planned but choose dumbbell due to benches being full it is easy to alter. Also it gives you graphs of a lot of stats that are super helpful.
  • GaryRunsGaryRuns Posts: 154Member Member Posts: 154Member Member
    Jefit. They have an app and a web interface, which is convenient, and their database of exercises is pretty extensive.
  • 2_FitNFab2_FitNFab Posts: 162Member Member Posts: 162Member Member
    JEFIT or Daily Strength
  • caroannvcaroannv Posts: 39Member, Premium Member Posts: 39Member, Premium Member
    I’m using one called Strong” which is brilliant! It has exercise demos and everything. The free version allows you to enter three customised workouts and the pro version unlimited and will sync to mfp
    edited January 19
  • collectingbluescollectingblues Posts: 2,308Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,308Member, Premium Member
    Echoing Strong. I also like that it integrates with Apple Watch and Health, and thus ports into MFP from the Watch.
  • Riff1970Riff1970 Posts: 115Member Member Posts: 115Member Member
    I like Strong.
  • CowboySarCowboySar Posts: 404Member Member Posts: 404Member Member
    Tankiscool wrote: »
    I'm old school. Paper and clipboard.
    Me too, log in on paper in the gym then add to my excel spreadsheet and go from there. Easy to view progression and determine weak points
  • CharlieCharlie007CharlieCharlie007 Posts: 211Member Member Posts: 211Member Member
    I use rep count. Basic, but super user friendly.
  • quiksylver296quiksylver296 Posts: 24,282Member Member Posts: 24,282Member Member
  • latestarter75latestarter75 Posts: 50Member, Premium Member Posts: 50Member, Premium Member
    Gymaholic is the one I settled on after trying a few
  • PhirrgusPhirrgus Posts: 1,287Member Member Posts: 1,287Member Member
    Pen and paper here, but I'm restarting AthleanX which has everything laid out on the site, so weight is all I really need to track.

    When winging it after surgery I used Gymrun on Android.

    Create your own plans and routines by day etc.
  • h7463h7463 Posts: 626Member Member Posts: 626Member Member
    I've been using MFP for tracking for several years now. I like that I can copy-to-date exercise lineups, and over the years, I have created so many custom exercises that I frequently use. It'd be a hassle to change to something different.
    I prepare the exercises before training, and I have my iPad set up on the shelf to follow along. I modify weights or reps 'on the way'. Also, the training days can be printed. AND this feature is still available free of charge.
    I tried tracking with bodyspace (before they locked everything behind a subscription...), but at the time, they had so many bugs in it, and it was too annoying.
    I'm running the Polar HR monitor app on my phone, and I just take the results over to MFP for reference.
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