FitNotes - Gym Workout Log

FitNotes - Gym Workout Log


FitNotes is a workout tracker with a focus on simplicity and clean design.

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Workout Log
- View and navigate daily workout logs quickly by swiping between them
- Navigate to a specific day using the inbuilt calendar
- Add an exercise to the workout log and record sets of weight and reps or distance and time
- Swipe across when recording sets to view your workout history with the exercise
- Attach comments/notes to sets
- Rest timer with sound and vibration options
- Re-order exercises you've added to a workout log (long press an exercise card to initiate 'edit mode' and then press and drag the blue drag icon at the top right of the card)

Exercise Database
- Includes a default selection of categories (Chest, Back, Legs, etc)
- Each category contains a small default list of exercises
- Create custom categories to better suit your training program
- e.g. Olympic Lifts, Plyometrics, Ab Training, etc
- Add new exercises quickly using 'Save and New' feature
- Two exercise types: Resistance and Cardio
- Resistance - record training in weight and reps
- Cardio - record training in distance and time

Routines
- Create a routine to provide quick access to your most commonly used exercises
- Assign exercises to a particular day within the routine
- Name a day whatever you want (Monday, Chest Day, Workout A, etc)
- Select a single exercise from a day within the routine to add it to the training log
or hit 'Log All' to add an empty set for each exercise which can then be filled in later
- Create as many routines as you want and switch between them using dropdown list
- Remembers which routine you selected last

Calendar
- Dates on which you have recorded training logs are highlighted
- Tap a day in the calendar to display a popup listing the exercises performed on that day
- Navigate to a specific day's training log by selecting it in the calendar and hitting 'Go!'
- Filter which days are highlighted in the calendar
- e.g.
Highlight days where I did bench press and lifted more than 80kg for at least 5 reps
Highlight days where I ran outdoors and travelled more than 3 miles in less than 20 minutesr

Backup/Restore
- Backup your data to device storage or an online cloud service (DropBox or Google Drive - please ensure you have the corresponding apps installed on your device if you would like to backup to one of these services)

Export
- Export your training logs in CSV format so they can be analyzed in your spreadsheet application of choice

Permissions
- Modify or delete the contents of your USB storage: Required in order to be able to backup/export data to your device storage or sd card
- Control vibration: Used if you have selected the 'Vibrate' option for the rest timer
- Prevent device from sleeping: Required in order to ensure the rest timer continues to count down when the screen is off

If you have any feedback then please email [email protected]

Recent changes:
1.11.0 (July 7th)

• Personal Record tracker
- See your actual 1RM-15RM for an exercise
- Current PRs highlighted in training history
- Get notified when you hit a new record
• Bodyweight tracker
• New progress graphs for resistance exercises: 'Workout Volume', 'Total Reps' and 'Max Reps'
• Statistics and progress graphs now available for cardio exercises
• 1RM Calculator
• Weight/rep fields auto-populated from last workout

Full change log is available on upgrade and in Settings
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About FitNotes - Gym Workout Log
FitNotes is a workout tracker with a focus on simplicity and clean design.

Ad Free!

Workout Log
- View and navigate daily workout logs quickly by swiping between them
- Navigate to a specific day using the inbuilt calendar
- Add an exercise to the workout log and record sets of weight and reps or distance and time
- Swipe across when recording sets to view your workout history with the exercise
- Attach comments/notes to sets
- Rest timer with sound and vibration options
- Re-order exercises you've added to a workout log (long press an exercise card to initiate 'edit mode' and then press and drag the blue drag icon at the top right of the card)

Exercise Database
- Includes a default selection of categories (Chest, Back, Legs, etc)
- Each category contains a small default list of exercises
- Create custom categories to better suit your training program
- e.g. Olympic Lifts, Plyometrics, Ab Training, etc
- Add new exercises quickly using 'Save and New' feature
- Two exercise types: Resistance and Cardio
- Resistance - record training in weight and reps
- Cardio - record training in distance and time

Routines
- Create a routine to provide quick access to your most commonly used exercises
- Assign exercises to a particular day within the routine
- Name a day whatever you want (Monday, Chest Day, Workout A, etc)
- Select a single exercise from a day within the routine to add it to the training log
or hit 'Log All' to add an empty set for each exercise which can then be filled in later
- Create as many routines as you want and switch between them using dropdown list
- Remembers which routine you selected last

Calendar
- Dates on which you have recorded training logs are highlighted
- Tap a day in the calendar to display a popup listing the exercises performed on that day
- Navigate to a specific day's training log by selecting it in the calendar and hitting 'Go!'
- Filter which days are highlighted in the calendar
- e.g.
Highlight days where I did bench press and lifted more than 80kg for at least 5 reps
Highlight days where I ran outdoors and travelled more than 3 miles in less than 20 minutesr

Backup/Restore
- Backup your data to device storage or an online cloud service (DropBox or Google Drive - please ensure you have the corresponding apps installed on your device if you would like to backup to one of these services)

Export
- Export your training logs in CSV format so they can be analyzed in your spreadsheet application of choice

Permissions
- Modify or delete the contents of your USB storage: Required in order to be able to backup/export data to your device storage or sd card
- Control vibration: Used if you have selected the 'Vibrate' option for the rest timer
- Prevent device from sleeping: Required in order to ensure the rest timer continues to count down when the screen is off

If you have any feedback then please email [email protected]

Recent changes:
1.11.0 (July 7th)

• Personal Record tracker
- See your actual 1RM-15RM for an exercise
- Current PRs highlighted in training history
- Get notified when you hit a new record
• Bodyweight tracker
• New progress graphs for resistance exercises: 'Workout Volume', 'Total Reps' and 'Max Reps'
• Statistics and progress graphs now available for cardio exercises
• 1RM Calculator
• Weight/rep fields auto-populated from last workout

Full change log is available on upgrade and in Settings
User reviews of FitNotes - Gym Workout Log
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A Google User
Monday 9:31 PM
Outstanding Practical and easy to use. I'm able to add exercises as needed without much effort. The best work out log application I've come across!!
A Google User
Monday 3:57 PM
Sortable lists Any lists should be sortable. Also make an option to randomize rep list and also workout list
A Google User
Monday 2:22 AM
Awesome So easy to keep track of my sets. No need of pen and paper anymore. 😁
A Google User
Monday 1:16 AM
FitNote Simple, easy to use and track workout, can export data.
A Google User
Monday 12:29 AM
Lack of instructions, but good nonetheless A good app indeed. It could really, really do with some instructions, since, for example, the concept of transfering a day's preconfigured routine to the log and THEN logging each exercise is not intuitive at all. Almost gave up on it because of that. But once I got over that hump, it seems to be quite smooth.