Mammoth Hunters Fitness & Diet



    Mammoth Hunters Fitness & Diet's review

    Published: 2015-12-28, by .

    An excellent nutrition and fitness app based on Paleo principles

    • Paleo workouts and nutrition plans
    • Step-by-step workout instructions with video samples
    • Calendar and scheduled workouts
    • Tribes for social challenges
    • Logs and stats
    • Navigation should be more intuitive
    • Nutrition plan is too restrictive unless you upgrade

    "Workout and eat the paleo way"


    Mammoth Hunters is a groundbreaking mobile (and web) nutrition and fitness app for those who are determined to reach their fitness goals. It’s based on the paleo lifestyle, which follows the principle that we humans should take back some of the elements of our ancestors way of life in order to stay healthy and fit: eating food that can be easily found in nature and working out outdoors without any equipment besides our own body.

    Mammoth Hunters makes it a snap to pick up these habits. You only need to input your goal (losing weight, staying healthy or getting fit), your body features (gender, age, weight...), your activity level, and your current and desired body fat percentage. The app automatically designs a workout and nutrition plan to help you reach the goals set.


    Both nutrition and workout plans have been designed by experts devoted to a few golden rules: workouts that can be performed in quick sessions (7-20 minutes) and that don’t require any equipment; nutrition plans and recipes comprising of ingredients that can easily be found in any grocery markets and keep a perfect balance between macro and micro nutrients.

    There are a variety of training sessions so you don’t get bored, each of them with detailed info and video guidance that shows how to perform the exercise correctly. The built-in calendar and scheduled workouts make it so handy to keep up with your schedule.

    Besides the excellent workout and nutrition plans, Mammoth Hunters succeeds in keeping motivation up by logging your stats and allowing you to create Tribes. Members of a tribe can motivate each other through pokes, likes and an in-built chat to reach weekly goals. If staying healthy and fit wasn’t enough reason to workout and eat well, now collaborating with your friends inside the app might be a good one.


    A sidebar would make navigation easier. In addition, the nutrition plan is too restrictive in the free version. You are almost forced to upgrade if you want to see more than basic nutritional guidance.

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    by Manu , Appszoom

    Dec 28, 2015

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