Monday, April 6, 2015

Workout Trainer is a TOP app on Android for workout


Get in the best shape of your life with thousands of free workouts and premium training programs that help you achieve your NEW YEAR's fitness goals. Workout Trainer is a TOP app on Android -- download it now!
Your certified personal trainers guide you through exercises with timed, step-by-step audio, photo and video instructions complete with encouragement! Whether you’re doing bodyweight workouts at home or lifting weights at the gym, Skimble’s Workout Trainer is the ultimate fitness companion. You can also choose your area of focus and use the app to get a six pack, lose weight, improve your running, practice yoga, and more.
Workout Trainer is ideal for people who want to get in shape without using any exercise equipment. Also great for those who enjoy Tabata, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), timed workouts, CrossFit WOD and the Scientific 7-Minute Workout.
Workout Trainer is the best app to help you really meet your goals AND stay motivated incl. the following features:
✓ Follow along to workouts with audio instructions and progress cues
✓ See instructional photos and videos that explain each move in detail
✓ Complete our free virtual fitness consultation wizard for a customized experience!
✓ Easily create and edit workouts from your Android!
✓ Add our home screen widget to see a new workout every day
✓ Share your workouts via Email, Facebook and Twitter
✓ Play your favorite music while working out
✓ Discover our 15MM strong community of exercisers like you
✓ Try new and recommended workouts from the community.

3 comments:

  1. Can anyone recommend a good android app for logging my workouts/calorie intake. I tried LoseIt and the official BB.com apps, but I wasn't satisfied with them.

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  2. It's a very different situation, but part of my weekly routine involves running outside, and my phone is a *far* superior device for that, the difference there is that every additional piece of equipment you have to carry is a huge annoyance for jogging. The phone plays music, provides a timer, tells me the time, tracks my route via gps, tracks workout stats so I can tell if I'm gaining losing or staying neutral - just carrying one device.

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  3. i love this app...but it doesn't do calorie intake as well like OP wants...at least the free version doesn't

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