Discussion in 'Health, Fitness & Training' started by AlexNoodles, Mar 9, 2018.
What do you guys recommend as a good app for abs/push ups?
kinda like the couch to 5k thing?
call me old fashioned but why do you need an app for sit ups/ press ups ?
lol, which Cider
You are old fashioned.
Which Cider? Dickin.
A couple of years back I looked for apps to track strength training workouts: different splits, sets, reps, etc. After a lot of research, I decided to stay with ol’ faithful... a pad of paper and a pen.
If you want to track progress I use an app called fitnotes..
If you're looking for workout plans, motivation etc... just grab what you like the look of from the play store/iTunes...
@AlexNoodles when I saw this post yesterday I was wracking my brain trying to remember the app I used before my wedding. Then I went through my old download history and still couldn't find it. Anyway I just remembered the name. I used the free version. However, a quick search brought up this paid version:
Loved this app, it starts of easy and increases difficulty at the right stages. Definitely saw some results after a short while, however, this was in conjunction with a strict diet and plenty of swimming.
But did you get the abs? (or were they truly impossible?)
Lol I was born with abs nah on a serious note stomach was well defined and flat but no rippling abs. Perhaps if I had used the app for 3 months. The results were very good after a month though
There are 3 quite simple apps called sit ups, squats and push ups. You put a target in and it gives workouts that build you up to a target such as 100 straight push ups.
your original post is what inspired my post, I just couldn't remember the details or if it was here, or at TSR, however it's iOS only for me.
Will do some digging, just after something couch to 5k esque
I seem to remember having used a Nike training app for a while, but the programme was more comprehensive than push- and situps only.
Currently use a sling and no app
I find http://darebee.com/ useful. This isn't an app but an exercise resource. I think there is possibly an app - but I just look for workout routines I fancy doing:
Some have limited equipment, but most have none.
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