100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Free, no ads.
- Some advice to do the pull-ups correctly would be appreciated.
- It could cheer you or motivate you elsehow.
It's meant to be your personal trainer.
This simple application is intended to help us to achieve the goal we have set. Just in case you haven't noticed, this app is associated with the others made by this same developer.
First off, we're asked about how many pullups do we ultimately want to be able to do in a row. Then it asks you how many pullups you can do in a row and the app presents a set to do and the compulsory rests to take between . When we ended the app asked if we felt it was a easy, so-so or hard workout so it could adjust the exercise regimen based on how taxing you think the number of pull ups were, and then it kindly remembered us to take a day of rest before the next workout.
Global progress is shown in a percentage bar. Don't lost your sight from your goal. Rittr Labs has specialized in fitness apps, neither of them are equivalent to other more complex cardio-apps, but to tell the truth, Pull-ups is free with no ads.
Think of the Pull Ups app as your personal fitness trainer that is going to help you build up the strength to complete those 10, 15, 20 or 25 continuous pull ups within a short few days or weeks, depending on your level of fitness.
Just like a real personal fitness trainer, the Pull Ups app adjusts the exercise regimen based on your feedback how taxing you think the individual exercises are. That way, you can continue towards your fitness goal at your very own pace.
Tags: pull ups, pullups, chin ups, chinups, exercises, fitness, workout, klimmzug
- fixed a bug occurring on some Android 1.6 devices
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Peter Warrior.
I can 15 allready!
Very simple app to increase your pull up capacity
Let's you start at your own pace...in privacy....
I'm consistently lining out sets of 25 because of this app. Gotta say its a keeper. A million thanks! CAM
After my set of pull ups i do the same number of chin ups during my "rest time" it is a great way to improve yourself!
I used this app to do something I hadn't been able to do since my early twenties- perform a full 20 chinups! This app really does work if you stick with it. I did it twice a week and went from about 13 reps in January to 20 in April 2014. For anyone interested- here is my video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0l1yu5wICQ