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Any apps or websites for workout tracking?

MohsenSALAHMohsenSALAH Member Posts: 162 Member Member Posts: 162 Member
Hello everyone,
I hope y'll having great day.

I track my workout progress using phone notes but it is tiring and takes time.

Any suggested apps or websites to save some of my effort?
Thank you
edited July 28

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  • briscogunbriscogun Member Posts: 863 Member Member Posts: 863 Member
    I used to use UA Record. It integrates with MFP perfectly. You can log a workout, or record one. Either way, it loads straight to MFP. It has a lot of different categories already available to track so makes it much easier.
  • Dogmom1978Dogmom1978 Member Posts: 232 Member Member Posts: 232 Member
    I use gym goal for weight workouts.
  • spiriteagle99spiriteagle99 Member Posts: 2,747 Member Member Posts: 2,747 Member
    What kind of workouts? I use Runningahead for runs, walks, and biking. It also can track weights and swimming.
  • MohsenSALAHMohsenSALAH Member Posts: 162 Member Member Posts: 162 Member
    Thank you all, that was helpful.


    What kind of workouts? I use Runningahead for runs, walks, and biking. It also can track weights and swimming.
    weight lifting exercises

  • heybalesheybales Member Posts: 17,729 Member Member Posts: 17,729 Member
    FitNotes

    Great for lifting.
  • M93KGM93KG Member Posts: 18 Member Member Posts: 18 Member
    Fitlist. Cheap. Frills free. Efficient, intuitive GUI.
  • chupacabragumbochupacabragumbo Member Posts: 17 Member Member Posts: 17 Member
    I use Strava for documenting my walking, biking, running, and skating. It's a fantastic app that has GPS tracking, so if you don't have a smartwatch (which I don't) that will track your distance, it can do that for you. It also gives me split times, mileage, elevation gain, etc.
    If you do have a smartwatch, you can link it to the app to get heart rate data, as well as more accurate caloric burn.
    You can pay for it, but there's also a pretty great free version.
  • hiparihipari Member, Premium Posts: 796 Member Member, Premium Posts: 796 Member
    For weightlifting, I use Strong and really like it.
  • StargazerBStargazerB Member Posts: 396 Member Member Posts: 396 Member
    Fitnotes is my personal preference.
  • ritzvinritzvin Member, Premium Posts: 2,687 Member Member, Premium Posts: 2,687 Member
    For weight training I use a paper log book ('the workout log') to keep track of sets, weight, reps.

    For cardio, my Garmin sends to Garmin Connect, Strava, Endomondo, RideWithGPS,.. (I mainly use Strava, but Garmin has some extra metrics if using the accelerometer /heart rate monitor, Endomondo has better PR tracking for various distances, and RideWithGPS has nice average speed versus grade metrics.
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