GymBook Pro Fitness and Workout Log allows you to keep track of your reps and sets as you work out at the gym. The GymBook Pro Fitness and Workout Log app also helps keep track of your cardio workouts. For keeping track of your cardio data, there is a place to input duration, distance, calories burned, incline, your heart rate, speed, resistance, and the amount of fat burned.
The app also comes with charts, and graphs so that you can easily view your time, distance, and calories burned in order to improve your cardio performance over time. There is also a section that keeps track of your total time spent while performing cardio exercises for each month. Data is tracked for max duration, and for your average duration as well. Also, distance, calories burned, fat burned, heart rate, and pace are tracked for total, max, and average for each month.
There are also charts to help keep track in changes in your body weight, body fat percentage, lean weight, BMI, and weight lifting exercises. Exercises are sorted for each major muscle group. Just select an area to improve on, then choose from the list of exercises. GymBook Pro Fitness and Workout Log comes with almost 200 exercises built in. And it's easy to add more.
If you are not sure about how to perform an exercises select the video icon from the description screen, a list of YouTube videos will allow you to view, then perform the exercise. So download GymBook Pro now
and let's get into shape.
-Send tweet when new personal best is reached for strength
-Share max weight chart to Twitter, Facebook etc...
-App to SD
-Sets and reps planning
-Improved user interface
-4 workout routines included to get you started
-Cardio, strength, body weight charts
-Cardio tracking for total, max, and average
-Major muscle group chart
-Body fat% tracking, and graphing
-Export to CSV
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